These are pictures taken by me of some of my friends wearing garments made by me. These are just random pieces, they’re not meant to be cohesive since they were made with no final purpose other than curiosity and experimenting.
Its been a long time since I last posted because I haven’t had the time because there has been too much thing going on in my life and this next work took a loooooong time. So for this second partial evaluation I was supposed to draw 10 fashion figures that include all the different textiles I’ve been taught throughout the semester (Jeans, checkers, leopard, transparencies, taffeta, sequins, lace and ‘capitoneado’) and applying the different techniques: watercolor, prismacolor, chartpak, gel pens, liquid paper, and others. The idea was to make some kind of fashion ad campaign. My collection was inspired by flamenco which is Spain’s traditional dance, which I practice and is my favorite.
Hope you liked it :). May it all be for His glory.
This next designer is now one of my favorites (you can tell by the number of looks I liked). Jenni Kayne decided that she was going to be a fashion designer when she was 8 years old. In 2003, she was just nineteen when she launched her line. Her first appearance in Fashion Week was in 2005 and became part of the CFDA three years later.
“My customer loves fashion, but she wants clothes that she’ll go back to again and again. And that’s what I want to give her.” – Kayne
These next looks are some I’ve selected from her past seasons.
I like the simple feel to her clothes and how they look so sophisticated, I could wear any of her looks. I can definitely say Jenni Kayne is one of my favorite designers, and one that I look up to. You can find more about her and her designs clicking the link bellow.
This is my exam from my fashion drawing class. We were suposed to draw two fashion figures that wore the 5 types of textiles we had learned to represent in this first partial (jeans, leopard print, checkers prins, jacket, see through). This is what I came up with 🙂
Este fue el primer examen parcial de mi carrera de la clase de figurín y de representación de textiles. Tuve que dibujar dos figurines que tuvieran poses con movimiento y que estuvieran vestidos utilizando los cinco tipos de textiles que aprendimos a dibujar en el parcial (mezclilla, capitaneado,leopardo, pata de gallo y transparencia). Estos son los dos litiga que se me ocurrieron. 🙂