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What Does it Take to Be A Fashion Designer?
 
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Click for more: http://ww2.kqed.org/artschool/ Oakland high school student Zachary Fernandez made it to the finals on the first season of Project Runway Junior, then headed straight back to Oakland School of the Arts to continue his education as a designer. His newest collection, Kathmandu, was inspired by recovery efforts in Nepal after the devastating 2015 earthquake. Art School followed Fernandez's process as he sketched, sourced fabric, and designed his new project, revealed at a culminating fashion show in spring 2016. Hi, my name is Zachary Fernandez and I'm currently a fashion student. So I am starting my Kathmandu 2016 collection. My collection's gonna be debuting at my school fashion show, and so I have little under seven weeks to get this all put together. So our school assignment was to pick a city that we wanted to be inspired by for this collection. I ended with Kathmandu, Nepal, all of the trouble that they went through last year was really inspiring and I was able to take those ideas of imbalance and the destruction of culture and apply that to this new collection. These are the pieces that I ended up designing. They're ever-changing and they kind of just are always in flux. My sketching process involves a lot of images, a lot of mixed medias, I like to do collages, watercolors, acrylic paste, it's a real reflection of what my mind looks like. Here you have the final sketches that I've done. The sketching process for me is really a major step between just ideas and kind of this fantasy world that I've created in my mind to really functional wearable pieces. Fabric sourcing is one of my favorite things to do. It's really like a group activity, like meet a couple of friends, we'll just go, we'll explore the city, we'll get inspiration. So I'm looking for like a very pale blue that's almost like very silverish, and then I'm gonna be looking for a very deep, rust orange color. Okay, so I need to find this, but more grayish blue. The fabric store is one of those places that you go in with one idea and one concept and one thought, and you come out with like 500 more. This is it. - This is it! - This is it. - [Girl] Dude! - Hey! Yes! So I spend the majority of my time draping and it's definitely a part that will make or break a piece. I take a piece of muslin, which is just a really basic blend fabric, and I started sculpting it to the dress form. And then those mock-ups that I make of the dress form are then fitted to the model, and sometimes I try them on a model, I'm like, this is hideous, I don't know why, it just overpowers her or something happens and that leads to even better ideas and even more just, creativeness. When you design while you create, I just think it takes so much longer and you like pressure yourself so much more. So, my design mind is turned off. And it's just about sewing, and sewing, and sewing, and sewing, and sewing. So after I finish draping, I take a part of that mockup and I totally seam rip it and I re-pattern it, and then I cut out of my real fabric. It's always really nerve-wracking 'cause a lot of times the fabric's all that you have, either the budget doesn't allow for you to get more fabric, or there's simply not anymore left. It has this like box-like structure in it. The box is actually lined with horse-hair so that it can kind of take the shape and that's why I'm kind of trying to like manipulate it right now 'cause it just takes on whatever shape you really need it to. The show, oh the show. Six days, and I'm still cutting up fabric like, I don't think that's normal. There's always going to be that last minute hurry up and finish like state of being. I have a picture in my mind about how this is supposed to go, but who knows if it actually go that way. I think that there can be a lot of different ways to read the look. Obviously you look for like the main things like color, silhouette, is this an evening piece, is this a day piece and you just kind of put the garment and choose certain categories and that really helps people read fashion out, by the time the piece is on the runway I'm already thinking about a whole new collection and I'm really thinking something totally different, but it doesn't really hit me that these people, for them it's the first time that they've seen this. I've spent months and months planning and sketching and putting it together. If I see all these different things in these pieces, but no one else does, then it's kind of sad, but then it's also part of what makes fashion art, is because people see it in so many different ways. We are in my home, studio, bedroom combination in Berkeley, California. I have this look from Project Runway Junior, which was the first episode, and this look for my most recent collection. They really mean a lot to me 'cause they show how much progress I've made within the last four, five months.
Views: 1694125 KQED Art School
How to Become a Fashion Designer with Alexa Chung | S1, E2 | Future of Fashion | British Vogue
 
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The second episode in our series exploring the future of fashion sees Alexa visit Central St. Martins where she meets students at the beginning of their fashion careers, before visiting the studio of progressive young designer Molly Goddard to take a look at the inner workings of a fledging brand on the rise. Film correction: Willie Walters students who were interviewed by Alexa in Episode Two of The Fashion Documentary, have recently graduated from the B A Fashion Course at Central Saint Martins, they are not MA students as was stated in the programme Subscribe to British Vogue►► http://po.st/SubscribeBritishVogue Series 1 Episodes: Episode 1: http://bit.ly/AlexaSeriesEp1 Episode 2: http://bit.ly/AlexaSeriesEp2 Episode 3: http://bit.ly/AlexaSeriesEp3 Episode 4: http://bit.ly/AlexaSeriesEp4 Episode 5:http://bit.ly/AlexaSeries5 Episode 6: http://bit.ly/AlexaSeriesEp6 Click Here For Series 2: http://po.st/TheFutureOfFashionS2 Vogue has dispatched contributing editor Alexa Chung to investigate the state of fashion today in her series The Future of Fashion. Alexa Chung will be talking to everyone from current fashion students to the heads of major design houses, via journalists, buyers and all the workers in between. Watch as Alexa Chung try to find out what the future holds for this multi-billion pound fashion industry; how the next generation will get fashion careers using all the tools available to them; and what the fashion landscape looks like in terms of sustainability and technology. CONNECT WITH BRITISH VOGUE Web: http://po.st/BritishVogueVideo Twitter: http://po.st/TwitterBritishVogue Facebook: http://po.st/FacebookBritishVogue Google+: http://po.st/GoogleBritishVogue Instagram: http://po.st/InstagramBritishVogue Pinterest: http://po.st/PinterestBritishVogue Newsletter: http://po.st/NewsletterBritishVogue ABOUT BRITISH VOGUE British Vogue is the world’s leading premium lifestyle and fashion entertainment channel. Weekly releases and brand new original programming including short films, series and in-depth documentaries, British Vogue’s channel is the ultimate destination for unprecedented access into the world of fashion, beauty and culture. How To Become A Fashion Designer With Alexa Chung | Future of Fashion | British Vogue https://www.youtube.com/user/vogue
Views: 693442 British Vogue
Top 10 Classic Fashion Designers
 
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John Galliano once said 'the joy of dressing is an art.' These are the masters of the art. Join http://www.WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Classic Fashion Designers. Subscribe►►http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=watchmojo Facebook►►http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo. Twitter►►http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo Suggestion Tool►►http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest Channel Page►►http://www.youtube.com/watchmojo For this list, we’re looking at classic designers from around the world that revolutionized the fashion industry and turned their companies into international labels. Special thanks to our users Muppet_Face, mac121mr0, Mar Brody, AmaanS, JUSTICECOUTURE, Gale Hawthorne, Mrmrjobo101 and arimazzie for submitting the idea on our Interactive Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest Check out the voting page here, http://watchmojo.com/suggest/Top+10+Fashion+Designers Want a WatchMojo cup, mug, t-shirts, pen, sticker and even a water bottle? Get them all when you order your MojoBox gift set here: http://watchmojo.com/store/ WatchMojo is a leading producer of reference online video content, covering the People, Places and Trends you care about. We update DAILY with 4-5 Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Versus clips on movies, video games, music, pop culture and more!
Views: 182444 WatchMojo.com
What it Takes to Become a Fashion Designer
 
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In Episode 2 of the Fashion East documentary, we follow the journey of Lulu Kennedy’s newest recruits for their first shows with the designer mentorship scheme, and learn what exactly it takes to become part of Fashion East. First up is recent MA graduate and menswear designer Stefan Cooke, who digitally manipulates timeless fabrics and classic charity shop gems, reproducing the print onto flexible synthetic materials, dressing an army of princes for battle on the runway. To find out what it takes to become a designer, we join Lulu at an inspirational talk to fashion students at Central Saint Martins, meeting the up and coming names who have a Fashion East sponsorship in their sights. Finally we’re introduced to Charlotte Knowles, a womenswear designer that specialises in the tension between revealing and concealing, and the Fashion East team call her into the office for a chat about opportunities in the near future… How do you make the leap from fashion graduate to fully fledged designer? What do the Fashion East team look for in a newcomer? And after having just joined the scheme, will Stefan be ready to show at MAN? Director Tom Ivin Producer Declan Higgins Shooting Assistant Producer Kez Coo Global Executive Producer Eloise King Editor Isolde Penwarden Additional Editor Paul Frankl Colourist Benjamin Rozario Dubbing Mixer Matt Cheney, Ben Sims Production Manager Lauran Clark Production Coordinator Rosa Harris Edmonds Post Production Manager Tom Lynch Post Production Coordinator Regina Lemaire-Costa Director of Licensing Cristina Lombardo Senior Music Supervisor, EMEA Alex Benge Music Supervisor Bonnie Reilly Senior Designer Rebecca Boyd-Wallis Designer Kristina Britton Production Accountant David Gray Equipment Manager Henry Cotsford Equipment Assistant Jamie Gettings Post Tech Supervisor Dominic Brouard Senior VP Production, UK Bree Horn Head of Post Production Daniel Elias Channel Manager, UK Jordan Joseph Stefan Cooke Fashion Film - Stefan Cooke and Jake Burt Cast Arun and Benjamin at SUPA. Angel and Kieran at Tomorrow Is Another Day. Kwame at HMG. Director of Photography Jack Reynolds Styling Gary David Moore Fashion Editor Bojana Kozarevic Hair Nicole Kahlani Hair Assistant Jade Pye Make-up Mona Leanne Casting Arqa Production Assistant Ruth Lane Location courtesy of The Truman Brewery All clothing Stefan Cooke Charlotte Knowles Fashion Film - Charlotte Knowles and Alexandre Arsenault Cast Frankie at IMG. Jasmine at Elite. Director of Photography Diana Olifirova Styling Anna Pesonen Styling Assistant Jacob Harris Fashion Editor Bojana Kozarevic Designer Assistant Vanessa Bon Miranda Hair and make-up Terri Capon at Stella Creative Artists using Laura Mercier and Bumble and Bumble Hair Assistant Alice Swindells Casting Mischa Notcutt at 11casting Production Assistant Sophie Cheah Location M by Montcalm Hotel All clothing Charlotte Knowles Music "Head Underwater"“Floating” “Lunacar” “Steps” “Bitte” “Hotter” “Shoes” “Non Stop” “Falling” “Stomp” Written and performed by James Jacob aka Jakwob Courtesy of Sony ATV Archival video courtesy of Fashion East, BFC, Sharna Osbourne, InDigital Special Thanks Fashion East, The Truman Brewery, Sophie Jewes at Starworks Group, Naoki Watanabe and Sam Wilson at Karla Otto Follow i-D: YouTube http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-iD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/i_D Twitter https://twitter.com/i_D Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iDmagazineofficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/i_D Tumblr: http://i-donline.tumblr.com/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/i-d-online-1 More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos
Views: 74226 i-D
Anna Wintour Tips for Success for Fashion Designers.
 
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Anna Wintour is the Editor in Chief of Vogue magazine. She is The Key figure of the fashion world, widely praised for her eye for upcoming fashion trends and her support for younger designers. The eldest daughter of Charles Wintour, editor of the London Evening Standard (1959–76), her father consulted her on how to make the newspaper relevant to the youth of the era. She became interested in fashion as a teenager. Her career in fashion journalism began at two British magazines. Later, she moved to the US, with stints at New York and House & Garden. She returned to London and was the editor of British Vogue between 1985 and 1987. In this video, we bring you Anna Wintour Tips for Success for fashion designers. It is the amalgamation of the videos from interviews around the web. --------------------------- #7 is my favorite... Lets us know in the comments, which one is your favorite. ---------------------------
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The Fashion Family Every Young Designer Wants to Join
 
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Fashion East, the legendary London-based non-profit mentorship scheme, has quietly disrupted the London Fashion Week schedule for the last 17 years. Carefully selected by a panel with razor sharp fashion sensibilities, six rising designers get the opportunity to be sponsored, mentored and guided by the team; from the classroom all the way to the catwalk, and beyond. In the first episode of i-D’s latest documentary, we get to know Fashion East’s founder and director, Lulu Kennedy, and the elusive team behind the runway, who together have steered the careers of Gareth Pugh, Craig Green, Wales Bonner, Henry Holland, Martine Rose, Kim Jones, Charles Jeffrey, Matty Bovan and JW Anderson, amongst a myriad of other unique quintessentially British designers, all from an attic at the top of a winding staircase at their East London HQ. We’re introduced to current designers including A Sai Ta and his nomadic-influenced ‘global aesthetic,’ derived from a Western perception of his Chinese-Vietnamese heritage, and fashion pranksters Rottingdean Bazaar, who drop in on a seaside Zumba class in their hometown on the south coast. Elsewhere, at the Royal Albert Hall, the 2017 Fashion Awards are looming, and Fashion East alumni are nominated in the star-studded line-up. Join us as we witness a season within Fashion East, the scheme that put young London fashion on the map. Director Tom Ivin Producer Declan Higgins Shooting Assistant Producer Kez Coo Global Executive Producer Eloise King Editor Isolde Penwarden Additional Editor Paul Frankl Colourist Benjamin Rozario Dubbing Mixer Matt Cheney, Ben Sims Production Manager Lauran Clark Production Coordinator Rosa Harris Edmonds Post Production Manager Tom Lynch Post Production Coordinator Regina Lemaire-Costa Director of Licensing Cristina Lombardo Senior Music Supervisor, EMEA Alex Benge Music Supervisor Bonnie Reilly Senior Designer Rebecca Boyd-Wallis Designer Kristina Britton Production Accountant David Gray Equipment Manager Henry Cotsford Equipment Assistant Jamie Gettings Post Tech Supervisor Dominic Brouard Senior VP Production, UK Bree Horn Head of Post Production Daniel Elias Channel Manager, UK Jordan Joseph ASAI Fashion Film - A Sai Ta Cast Georgia and Lin Yap at Storm. Tamara at Models 1. BMX Bikers Dini Kennedy, Veslie Collins Camera Kez Coo Associate Producer Kate Villevoye Fashion Editor Bojana Kozarevic Styling Aika Moshita Styling Assistant Hannah Hetherington Hair Ryuta Saiga Hair Assistant Cayla Jeongmi Kim Make-up Thom Walker at Art + Commerce Make-up Assistant Lindsay Low Nail Technician Sylvie Macmillan Casting Mischa Notcutt at 11casting Location Old Street Chinese Restaurant All clothing ASAI Rottingdean Bazaar Fashion Film - James Theseus Buck and Luke Brooks Cast Helen Ford. Luke Fairhead. Nina Capildeo. Romalie Ford. Ruth Nathan. Sarah Bibb. Sarah Little. Stephanie Sheppard. Tatiana Capildeo Camera Tom Ivin, Kez Coo Styling, all clothing Rottingdean Bazaar Location Rottingdean Terraces Music "Head Underwater"“Floating” “Lunacar” “Steps” “Bitte” “Hotter” “Shoes” “Non Stop” “Falling” “Stomp” Written and performed by James Jacob aka Jakwob Courtesy of Sony ATV Archival video courtesy of Fashion East, BFC, Sharna Osbourne, InDigital Special Thanks Fashion East, The Truman Brewery, Sophie Jewes at Starworks Group, Naoki Watanabe and Sam Wilson at Karla Otto Follow i-D: YouTube http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-iD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/i_D Twitter https://twitter.com/i_D Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iDmagazineofficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/i_D Tumblr: http://i-donline.tumblr.com/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/i-d-online-1 More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos
Views: 190790 i-D
Project Runway Australia fashion designers
 
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Project Runway Australia is a reality television show based on the American program Project Runway, wherein fashion designers residing in Australia compete ...
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Fashion your future: Think more like a fashion designer | Suzi Vaughan | TEDxQUT
 
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We live in times of unprecedented, disruptive change and uncertainty and most people find it challenging to thrive in those circumstances. If ‘design thinking’ is the new black, then thinking like a fashion design may just be the next big thing! This talk takes the idea of design thinking and translates it into a series of very practical tips that you can employ yourself, every day to help you think more optimistically in times of uncertainty and ambiguity. Professor Suzi Vaughan has settled (for now) in Brisbane, Australia having studied, lived and worked in Europe and Asia. After graduating from St Martins School of Art in London with a Ba Hons in Fashion, she started her professional career as a fashion designer, later moving into fashion education. Since 2011 she has been part of the executive team of a large Australian university. With over thirty years’ experience of design practice and teaching, she has become an advocate for the power and potential of design thinking. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 242407 TEDx Talks
7 Black Fashion Designers You Should Know
 
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Hey guys, in today's video I am talking about black designers that you should know about. MY SOCIAL MEDIA: Personal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fashionroadman/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/fashionroadman Photography Insta: https://www.instagram.com/Ayothesnapper/ Depop: https://www.depop.com/ayoroj MY EQUIPMENT: Camera Body: https://amzn.to/2SFS9qQ Main Lens: https://amzn.to/2ENeu1T Secondary Lens: https://amzn.to/2EKukKt Tripod: https://amzn.to/2C1vKyM Mic: https://amzn.to/2EHn7tN Memory Card: https://amzn.to/2TdBSOR If you want to join a worldwide discord groupchat where people talk about fashion : https://discord.gg/DQMDvKk SHOUTOUT TO MY SPONSOR “The Allotment Store.” ( https://www.allotmentstore.com ) You can use the code “AYO20” to get 20% off your orders including sale items. They stock Rick Owens, Ann Demeulemeester, Boris Bidjan Saberi, Isabel Benato, Damir Doma, Rick Owens, Thom Krom, Maharishi & many others. CHECK OUT MY AMAZON STORE : https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/thefashionarchive MENTIONED IN THIS VIDEO: 1.) Grace Wales Bonner (Wales Bonner) 2.) Kanye West (Yeezy) 3.) Martine Rose 4.) Virgil Abloh (Off White / Louis Vuitton) 5.) Samuel Ross (Oakley / A-Cold-Wall* / Polythene Optics) 6.) Kerby Jean-Raymond (Pyer Moss) 7.) Shayne Oliver (Helmut Lang / Hood By Air)
Views: 1818 The Fashion Archive
5 MUST HAVE APPS FOR FASHION DESIGNERS!
 
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5 Must Have Apps For Fashion Designers! 300 THUMBS UP FOR PART 2 OF MUST HAVE FASHION APPS! ▷ SUBSCRIBE THEN HIT THE 🔔! : https://goo.gl/k36dt1 TAKARA ONEÁ MERCH: http://www.takaraonea.bigcartel.com IG & TWITTER - @takaraonea ▷Watch more Takara Onea Fashion videos: https://goo.gl/Oj2Jfv Become apart of the Fam! #SeeYouAtTheTop LUBB YOU! TEEKS XO ▷ APPS 1. Pret- A- Template App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/prêt-à-template/id839537579?mt=8 2. Pantone Studio App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pantone-studio/id329515634?mt=8 3. FAD App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fad-the-ultimate-fashion-dictionary/id673684905?mt=8 4. Instagram App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/instagram/id389801252?mt=8 Android Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.instagram.android&hl=en 5. Pinterest App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pinterest/id429047995?mt=8 Android Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pinterest&hl=en PLEASE LIKE & SHARE THIS VIDEO! 🌹 #ROADTO100K ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ♡ ▷CONNECT WITH ME #TEEKUPS Twitter: https://twitter.com/takaraonea Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/takaraonea Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TakaraOnea Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/takaraonea ▷FILMING EQUIPMENT Nikon D3300 DSLR http://amzn.to/2FnWv0N Nikon 55-200mm Zoom Lense http://amzn.to/2GBDTJU 2x 33" Photo Studio White Umbrella Reflector Lamp Photography Stand Lighting Kit TKT-11 http://amzn.to/2GBEf3c Business inquiries only: [email protected] *this video is not sponsored*
Views: 155853 Takara Oneá
Ralph Lauren: How I Built a Fashion Empire
 
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Oct. 26 (Bloomberg) -- This episode of Game Changers spotlights the career of fashion designer Ralph Lauren. Explore his meteoric rise, his personal and professional set-backs, as well as his successes as an ambassador for America. --Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
Views: 874769 Bloomberg
Tom Ford’s Inspiring Advice to Designers at the Fashion Fund Awards Ceremony - Vogue
 
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As the speaker at the 2013 awards ceremony for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund, we hear Tom Ford share his inspiring words of advice to young designers trying to gain notoriety in the industry. Still haven’t subscribed to Vogue on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/vogueyoutubesub CONNECT WITH VOGUE Web: http://www.vogue.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/voguemagazine Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/vogue Google+: http://plus.google.com/+Vogue Instagram: http://instagram.com/voguemagazine Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/voguemagazine Tumblr: http://vogue.tumblr.com The Scene: http://thescene.com/vogue Want even more? Subscribe to The Scene: http://bit.ly/subthescene Tom Ford’s Inspiring Advice to Designers at the Fashion Fund Awards Ceremony - Vogue Starring: Tom Ford and Anna Wintour
Views: 44923 Vogue
20 Most Influential Fashion Designers of all time
 
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This is a special compilation of some of the greatest and most influential Fashion Designers in history. music By Lisa Raegan- A L'Infini
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9 Men’s Fashion Designers You Need to Know
 
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WWD’s Style Director Alex Badia fills you in on the key men’s fall collections in New York.
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Top 10 Best Fashion Designers In The World
 
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1. Karl Lagerfeld 2. Valentino Garavani 3. Giorgio Armani 4. Coco Chanel 5. Ralph Lauren 6. Jean Paul Gaultier 7. Tom Ford 8. Kate Spade 9. Betsey Johnson 10. Marc Jacob
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Up & Coming Fashion Designers That Need to Be on Your Radar | Elles Episode 5: The New Guard | M2M
 
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In the final episode of Elles, we hear from the up and coming design talent carving their own space in the industry. Christelle Kocher, Julie Paskal, Johanna Senyk, and 2017 LVMH Prize winner Marine Serre are leading a new generation of designers building bridges rather than barriers between people through fashion. Watch Episode 4 of Elles: ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmODn9h2Sbs&index=4&list=PLaT9mKYgyGNbchS1ejlFl3CO24GE5Oh4_ Watch Episode 1 of Elles: ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOpcex4uwR0&list=PLaT9mKYgyGNbchS1ejlFl3CO24GE5Oh4_&index=2&t=0s Catch more of our full-length documentaries here: ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50l2ppmGdqQ&index=2&list=PLaT9mKYgyGNaXS6AdQeGlCmtj7fOS2zpW Subscribe to Made To Measure! ► https://www.youtube.com/c/MadeToMeasure?sub_confirmation=1 -------------------------- Get even more M2M: Visit: ► http://www.m2m.tv Watch on Apple TV, Roku and more: ► http://m2m.tv/where-to-watch Download our iOS app: ► http://bit.ly/M2MApp Like us on Facebook: ► https://www.facebook.com/m2m Follow us on Instagram: ► http://instagram.com/m2m Follow us on Twitter: ► http://www.twitter.com/m2m -------------------------- FASHION NOW STREAMING Made to Measure (M2M) is a new fashion video network. M2M covers the world of fashion and style - past, present and future - through fresh and culturally relevant storytelling. M2M features original programming, classic fashion films and runway shows from the world’s top designers. M2M’s original series and documentaries highlight the people, issues, trends, and events that have defined and transformed the fashion landscape. Subscribe to Made To Measure! ► https://www.youtube.com/c/MadeToMeasure?sub_confirmation=1
fashion design process │how fashion designers work
 
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In these series of design thinking with Gaurav Mandal, he elaborates on the meaning of the conceptualization for fashion designers which is one of the most important part of design process
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Why Fashion Designers Don't Dress Fashionably
 
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Do you ever wonder why fashion designers don't dress very well? I explain, from a fashion designer's perspective, why I don't dress fashionably. Ask me a question! Or leave a comment below to explain why you DO or DON'T dress fashionably! Article Version is here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-fashion-designers-dont-dress-well-emily-m-keller?trk=pulse_spock-articles Designers are figuring out 1 piece of the puzzle, where stylists are dealing with the big picture puzzle. I’m like many other fashion designers. I don’t dress particularly well or fashionably. Those of you out there that already know fashion designers don’t dress well, you’re ahead of most. Give me a second and let me help the others catch up and understand that lots of designers don’t dress fashionably. It’s a classic case of “The cobbler’s son has no shoes”, “There are only wooden spoons at the blacksmith’s house”, “The lady who sells fans fans herself with her hands”, “At the potter’s house water is served in a broken jug”, “The carpenter’s house always needs work, “The architect’s house is always crooked.” Why People think we dress well: -Stylists’ Confusion – We didn’t go to school to style outfits. We didn’t learn how to coordinate colors with shapes on different body types. We went to school to learn how to develop designs and how to execute them. I learned absolutely nothing about styling in my 4 years at FIT because my major wasn’t styling. Why We Don’t: 1. Workaholism – successful designers are obsessed with their work, therefore they tend to neglect all other aspects of their life. And dressing yourself is a completely different animal from dressing other people. And if I know I’m going to make no money off of dressing myself, then I would rather spend my time designing my clothing line. Time is money. Although, I do feel like this is changing with social media and each individual’s ‘personal brand’ is becoming more important. 2. Clothing Exhaustion – I design clothes all day for my target customer. The last thing I want to do when I get home is look at my own clothes and think about what to wear. 3. A designer isn’t usually their customer - Many designers’ target customer isn’t normally a category that they themselves fit into. This can be why you don’t see designers running around in their own pieces. It can be awkward to wear your own clothes if you know you’re not the type of person you’re designing it for. 4. Dressing Yourself Is Hard – Just as it’s easier to judge others actions and life choices, it’s also easier to know what others should be wearing. It’s hard to realistically judge your own character and therefore it’s also hard to dress yourself. Honestly, my boyfriend has a ton of say in what I wear. He is basically my personal stylist because I can’t figure out how to dress myself. Although I do sometimes ignore his strong opinions. 5. Simplifying life – This is a big trend right now. With all the minimalist living ideas popping up. But there are plenty of people who had this concept in mind before it became cool. Having a daily simplified ‘uniform’ saves time in one’s busy schedule. Think about it: if your whole closet was white button downs, blue jeans, and black sneakers, you would save so much time in the morning. Boom. Especially if you knew you looked good and felt confident in that ‘uniform’. Remember those days when the minute you left your house you regretted what you put on? You would never have a day like this ever again! You could predictably exude confidence. It’s lowering your risk of looking like an idiot. 6. We’re too cool. We’re basically just too cool to dress fashionably. Maybe it’s a bit of an elitist mentality. Everyone knows that fashion wannabes put a lot of effort into what they wear. Who are fashion wannabes you ask? They’re all the other fashion industry professions except for designers. This includes but is not limited to: stylists, buyers, merchandisers, bloggers … At FIT, the merchandise majors dressed up for class: heels, makeup, the works. The designers didn’t. Our work load was notoriously larger, so we didn’t have the time to pamper ourselves. Plus we had more crap to carry. You can’t wear heels while carrying a suitcase full of paper, fabric, scissors, and humongous rulers, without looking like an idiot. Dressing comfortably started as a necessity in school and wound up being a key differentiation between us and them as we transitioned into the working world. Too cool for school should really be too cool since school. Keep in touch with me :) Instagram: @emilykeller_co Website: http://www.emilykeller.co/ Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/EmilyKellerco?ref=hdr_shop_menu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EK.EmilyKeller PoshMark: https://poshmark.com/closet/_emilykeller_
Views: 12848 The Fashion Run-Up
Los Angeles Fashion designers talk how to find a clothing manufacturer and buying bottles and cars
 
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Fashion designers talk about how they found a manufacturer to make their clothes. How to find a clothing manufacturer. Other videos from Gentry Garb talk about traveling the world, designing clothes and how to run a business. Big Sean Bounce Back.
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Top 10 Best Fashion Designers in India
 
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Fashion Industry in India has gained a lot of popularity in today's world and has made its mark on the global map. Thanks to our top fashion designers who are now the most popular faces in the International fashion industry and are making our country proud. So, here is a new video of Top 10 best fashion designers in India and if you like this video, don't forget to share and subscribe and please give us your suggestions for some new videos in the comment section below.
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Why Do We 'STAN' Mediocre Black Fashion Designers?
 
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With all the kickback from my videos criticising Fenty Maison by Rihanna and Off-White by Virgil Abloh, this video had to be made. SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram: FashionRoadman Twitter: FashionRoadman MY CAMERA EQUIPMENT: https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/thefashionarchive FASHION PUBLICATIONS I HAVE READ/CURRENTLY READING: https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/thefashionarchive?listId=1102HLDRIZDK6 WORLDWIRDE FASHION GROUPCHAT: https://discord.gg/DQMDvKk Use Code "AYO20" for 20% off all items including sale items @ https://www.allotmentstore.com/ (Ann Demeulemeester, Rick Owens, Isabel Benenato, Boris Bidjan Saberi & More...) MY SECOND YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7VOf5IsbNYOiJ3n1A5DrhQ?view_as=subscriber For business enquiries: [email protected] MENTIONED IN THIS VIDEO: Virgil Abloh Rihanna Fenty Maison Veronique Gebel Martine Rose A-Cold-Wall* Samuel Ross Grace Wales Bonner Recho Omondi Mowalola Ogunlesi Fashion East Ozwald Boateng & More...
Views: 1704 The Fashion Archive
Exposing Process: Four Young Fashion Designers
 
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This short film is made in response to Nick Waplington/Alexander McQueen: Working Process, and explores the techniques of four young fashion designers and the studio spaces they occupy. ‘You can spend, hours, days, weeks preparing for that moment of creation that can sometimes only be a second, a minute or five minutes’ - Nick Waplington Featuring: Sadie Clayton, Phoebe Kowalska, Harry Mundy and Olubiyi Thomas. http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/exhibition/nick-waplingtonalexander-mcqueen-working-process
Views: 5153 Tate
Showcase: Black Fashion Designers
 
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Black designers have made a sizeable contribution to American fashion. An exhibition in New York looks at their work and their legacy. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: http://www.youtube.com/c/trtworld/live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTWorld Twitter: https://twitter.com/TRTWorld Visit our website: http://www.trtworld.com/
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Zimbabwe's fashion designers persevere despite economic woes
 
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Zimbabwe's economic crisis has forced many local designers to go at it alone and make their own clothes applying their own unique twist. This is in spite of a soaring inflation and currency shortage.
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Top Ten Richest Fashion Designers In The World
 
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Top Ten Richest Fashion Designers In The World 10. Sara Blakely 9. Tory Burch 8. Michael Kors 7. Aerin Lauder 6. Domenico Dolce 5. Stefano Gabbana 4. Renzo Rosso 3. Miuccia Prada 2. Ralph Lauren 1. Giorgio Armani Thanks for watching! :)
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Coco Chanel | Fashion Designers
 
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Watch more Fashion Designers and Fashion Brands videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/500163-Coco-Chanel-Fashion-Designers The founder of the House of Chanel really presents a lot of contradictions. She set a fashion for very simple dressing but she lived surrounded by antiques. The founder of the House of Chanel really presents a lot of contradictions. Coco Chanel came from very humble beginnings but she became one of the most famous women of the 20th century. Even her career had two distinct periods. The first part lasted from around 1909 to 1939, when she closed her couture house because of World War II. The second half of the Chanel career was from 1953 to 1970 when she came out of kind of a self-imposed retirement. Coco Chanel was born in France in 1883 and she was raised in an orphanage, even though she wasn't really an orphan. Her mother had died and her father just couldn't take care of her and her two sisters, so he dropped them off at an orphanage to be raised. As a young adult she was a seamstress in a local shop and also tried to start a career singing in cafes. It's probably there that she acquired her nickname Coco, her real name was Gabrielle, because a couple of the songs she sang had "Coco" in the title. So here singing name, as it were, was Coco Chanel. She was rescued from this kind of unsuccessful singing career by a rich man that she met at the cafe named Etienne Balsan. Balsan was the heir to an industrial fortune, which gave him the time to ride and train and raise racehorses. He was really influential on Chanel, not only in her style of life, but also in her style of dressing, because Etienne and his wealthy riding friends all walked around in English-style riding clothes, and that's the look that she started to acquire. Coco became an excellent horsewoman and was known throughout her life as a very sporty individual. She not only started to wear English-inflected and menswear styled clothes, she actually could do the sports and the outdoor activities that they represented. Chanel actually started her fashion career as a milliner with a small hat shop she opened in Balsan's apartment in Paris. Chanel's hats were very simple, distinguishing her and her designs from a lot of the other fashionable hats at the time. Her shapes were simple, whereas other designers put a lot of ruffles and feathers and flowers on the hats, Chanel put like one or two ornaments, really keeping it simple in line with her design philosophy. Her first actual clothing shop was opened in Deauville, a resort area, in 1913. Because it was a resort area, people were into less formal, sporty clothes, and so her easy-to-wear skirts and pullovers, her knit tops, found a really receptive audience. She became a proper couturier in 1915, when she opened a real couture house, a made-to-order house in another resort area in Varetz. When she moved her couture operations to Paris, her career really took off, and she found clients among the avant-garde, artistic, more modern, forward-thinking women in the social world. During the 1920s and the 1930s, Chanel's style really crystallized. She became known for using a lot jersey in daywear, really easy-to-wear knits. Simple shapes, a lot of black. While some people say that Chanel invented the black dress, that's of course not true, but she definitely helped popularize the style. She did not operate her business from 1939 to 1953. And in fact, her activities during that period remain a bit controversial. When she ended her self-imposed retirement in the '50s and showed her first collection, people were astonished that it was so similar to the work that she had been doing before. They were really looking for something a little bit more revolutionary from this revolutionary designer. But within a year or two, people had realized that this is the Chanel look, and it in fact became very influential on fashion in general.
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How high-fashion designers come up with ideas
 
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So THAT'S how these weird jeans trends are made. I feel like this not only explains how the waist belt came into existence, but also the janties, the "extreme cut out" jeans, the inverted jeans (just mask the shorts in photoshop, and flip them upside-down!), and the double-waist jeans (the clone stamp tool is a designer's best friend!) Watch the previous skit I made: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nafpDeSOXLQ 👕 Merchandise here: http://bit.ly/2mVRYbv 🔸 Support me on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/annikavictoria ☕️ Buy me a coffee https://ko-fi.com/annikavictoria ☕️ 🎵 Podcast: http://www.annikavictoria.com/podcast 🎵 ******** Patreon loves ********* Small Businesses↓ Thrifted Thrills http://www.etsy.com/au/shop/ThriftedThrills Oz Yarn https://www.ozyarn.com.au/ Special, huge thanks to these brilliant humans (my Patreon Producers!)↓ Barbara, Bernice Yu, Bert Nielson, Calvin Coombs, deborah j knickerbocker, eli, Ellen Randerz, Ellie Noyes, JackayCruz on Depop, Jennifer Getter, Jennifer Liu , Laura East, Loushy, Maggie Vincent, Mandy Holland, Marie Minet, Mum & Dad, Marilyn Wolmart, S Shoes, ThisArtyMess, Meghan Handwerker ******** CREDITS CHANNEL ICON By Andrea http://keetan-art.tumblr.com MUSIC Epidemic sound ******* CAMERA: Canon Powershot G7X Mark ii Editing software: Final Cut Pro 10 Sewing Machine: Bernina B 335 ******* Find me elsewhere on the internet! ► WEBSITE http://www.annikavictoria.com ► INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/littlepineneedle ► TWITTER https://twitter.com/annikavictoria_ ► PATREON https://www.patreon.com/annikavictoria ► PODCAST http://www.annikavictoria.com/podcast
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Top 12 African Fashion Designers
 
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Did You Enjoy this countdown? Leave a comment below, Subscribe and stay tuned for more! + subscribe, like, comment, and share. Thanks for watching ! - Join us .. Facebook,- https://www.facebook.com/Minatvafrica-169239323422361/ Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/minatvafrica/ Twitter- https://twitter.com/minatvafrica
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History of Children's Wear | Fashion Designers
 
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Watch more Fashion Designers and Fashion Brands videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/500132-History-of-Childrens-Wear-Fashion-Designers Famous designers have been doing children's clothing since the beginning of the 20th century. One of the best known Parisian couturiers, Madame Lovain, produced beautiful clothing for young girls, her own daughter included, and her work in haute couture for women followed. The usual pattern is that children's clothes are an offshoot of the designer's main business. Baby Dior is one example. It was introduced in 1967 as its own boutique in Paris, and the brand has had remarkable staying power. People who receive Baby Dior as gifts for their little one consider themselves very lucky. Children's fashion is a growing market for designer brands.
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CENTRESTAGE 2018 – Hong Kong Young Fashion Designers' Contest 2018 (Full version)
 
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The Hong Kong Young Fashion Designers’ Contest 2018 (YDC), which has been a cradle for local design talents, was held on 8 September as the finale of CENTRESTAGE. 16 shortlisted designers competed for the top three awards. Related links: CENTRESTAGE https://centrestage.com.hk/ FASHIONALLY http://www.fashionally.com/ Hong Kong Trade Development Council http://www.hktdc.com/
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Adobe illustrator fashion tutorial for fashion designers
 
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this tutorials teach how to illustrate skirt as fashion illustration using Adobe illustrator CC 2017 . Trainer's profile : https://www.urbanpro.com/gurgaon/dheeraj-k/2712832 Please like and subscribe us if you like it and want to support us . thank you
Views: 7661 Celoris Designs
Fashion Brand Failure: #1 Mistake Failed Fashion Designers Make & How to Avoid It
 
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53% of Fashion Businesses fail within the first 4 years, according to Entrepreneur Magazine. In this video I cover 2 Topics: 1. The trap or the reason majority of first-time fashion designers tell themselves when they want to be in the fashion business. 2. A simple exercise that you as a future fashion designer must you do minimize your risk so you don’t add to clothing line failure rate and increase your chances of success. There are a number of reasons why clothing brands fail but in my experience, the #1 reason I have seen, especially for a new fashion designer is that they do not realize what is involved in running a fashion business. They often confuse their passion for fashion with fashion business. When you want to start a clothing business, its important understand that the goal of the fashion business is to make money. This tutorial lists how to find that difference and what are the costs involved in starting a fashion business that will cut in to a fashion designer's profit margin and could make the difference between a successful & failed fashion designer. ****************** Other videos: ****************** How to start a clothing line under $67? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JKL3xIc0Oc 8 Ways to Fund Your Clothing Business https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udT54wcRW-c
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Best websites for fashion designers + Giveaway winner | Justine Leconte
 
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** Sweater giveaway** Winner: Olja Saarma. Congratulations! Please comment under this video by tomorrow (Monday 28th of Nov.) before 8pm and tell me your email address, I will write to you privately to get your post address and full name. If I don’t hear from you by that time, another winner will be picked randomly among the same pool of contestants, so that the sweater doesn’t end up without any owner! **Black Friday discount still active until tonight** Order on www.justineleconte.com/shop and get a 30% discount on your order with the code BLACKFRIDAYYT16 upon checking out. Orders should be placed by the end of Sunday, 27th of November 2016 at midnight (Paris time) in order for the discount to apply. Limited to one order per person (identified by an e-mail address), for the countries to which we deliver and only until inventory has sold out. If you found out that we are not currently shipping to your country, get in touch and we will look for a solution. Websites mentioned in this video: Spoonflower: https://goo.gl/VFSVqS Paletton: https://goo.gl/9FgsIW Patternbank: https://goo.gl/Jtaszl Trend Tablet: https://goo.gl/T4RfJG Fabric House: https://goo.gl/fphUnO Pinterest: https://goo.gl/AXMXHn Give this video your two thumbs up… and subscribe to this channel because: - it is free! - you don’t miss any future video! Write me an email, send me your work to get feedback: [email protected] Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/27njUYp See you soon: new video at least every SUNDAY. Take care, Justine ************************** VIDEOS MENTIONED IN THIS VIDEO How to build a capsule wardrobe: https://youtu.be/AP9EiAFe7Pw How to know when a trend is over: https://youtu.be/i6n09T4P3Y8 ************************** SOCIAL My website (current collection): www.justineleconte.com/shop Facebook: Justine Leconte Fashion http://on.fb.me/1Llrclr Instagram: JustineLeconte_officiel http://bit.ly/1JJWxtU Twitter: JustineLeconteO http://bit.ly/1JJWzC2 Pinterest: jleconteberlin Business requests: [email protected] Ask a question / ask for a video / say hi: [email protected] ************************** Music: YouTube Audio Library Ambiment - The Ambient by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100630 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
JUKI HZL F600 Computer Sewing Machine for Fashion Designers & Tailors
 
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Description Features: Juki, the leader in industrial sewing, now delivers high technology to your home with the new F-Series for sewing and quilting. This machine will exceed your expectations by combing power and reliability with all the features even a pro will love. Get professional results with the sleek, easy to operate, multi functional design developed for superior quilting, home decor and garment construction. Take advantage of Juki's many years of industrial sewing expertise and expand your horizons with the JukiHZL-F600. Box Feed - Industrial Sewing Machine Technology - In order to provide beautiful seams and outstanding feed performance, Juki adopted box feed system. The conventional feed mechanism is oval motion. This eliminates material shrinking and shifting. The accurate feeding system provides superior stitch quality for a variety of light to heavy weight fabrics. Capability to sew from light to heavy weight materials No Fabric shrinkage even sewing on extra light weight materials Thick handles can be sewn with ease Direct Stitch Pattern Selection - Frequently used stitch patterns can be selected directly through the direct select mode. Foot Controller with Thread Trimming Function - The new HZL-F series trims both needle and bobbin threads automatically by pressing the heel side of the foot controller. With this feature you can concentrate on your project while automatically cutting the thread. Random Stitches - The F600 will create the width of select quilting stitch patterns automatically and at random. This will give your quilting project an enjoyable look without any hassle. Powerful Feeding - The HZL-F series has powerful feeding thanks to a special steel feed dog and improved presser foot construction. Heavy material projects, such as hemming denim jeans, can be sewn with ease. Large variety of patterns and stitches Open Toe Presser Foot Edge Sewing Presser Foot Highest quality industrial style button holes - 16 types One finger, automatic needle threading 255 Sewing Patterns and 4 Fonts Patchwork Presser Foot Large LCD display (33mm x 66mm) and easy pattern selection Easy Threading from the seated position Automatic thread trimming by push button
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Fashion Designers Yubi Thapa and Manish Rai | LIVON-THE EVENING SHOW AT SIX
 
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CLICK HERE to stay connected ! https://www.facebook.com/theeveningshowatsix/ https://www.instagram.com/theeveningshowatsix/ Call us @ 01-4485106 Hosts: Nattu Shah, Presca Udas, Neelum Chand, Nikita Acharya Subani Moktan & Itchya Karki An entertainment talk show on Himalaya Television hosted by well-known faces of Nepali media industry. The show holds several fun activities along with the entertaining combination of the celebrity hosts. The show takes telephone calls too. Major segments in the show are: -HEADPHONE GAME -RAPID FIRE -FOOD BUZZ -SULAV'S ILLUSION -CHOPSTICK GAME -GEMS GAME and more... Everyday : 6:00pm - 7:00pm Repeat Telecast : 1:00am - 1:30am, 2:00am - 2:30am Produced by: Himalaya TV Sponsored by : LIVON Serum Powered by: RUSLAN Connect with HIMALAYA TV https://www.facebook.com/HimalayaTv/ https://www.youtube.com/himalayatvnepal www.himalayatv.com
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Isabel Marant & Mary Katrantzou, Powerful Female Fashion Designers | Elles Episode 1 | M2M TV
 
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In the premiere episode of Elles, follow director Maurine Pagani as she meets two female designers changing the international fashion landscape: Isabel Marant and Mary Katrantzou. Watch Episode 2 of ELLES: ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_sIMrZCwu8&index=3&list=PLaT9mKYgyGNbchS1ejlFl3CO24GE5Oh4_&t=0s Catch more of our full-length documentaries here: ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50l2ppmGdqQ&index=2&list=PLaT9mKYgyGNaXS6AdQeGlCmtj7fOS2zpW Subscribe to Made To Measure! ► https://www.youtube.com/c/MadeToMeasure?sub_confirmation=1 -------------------------- Get even more M2M: Visit: ► http://www.m2m.tv Watch on Apple TV, Roku and more: ► http://m2m.tv/where-to-watch Download our iOS app: ► http://bit.ly/M2MApp Like us on Facebook: ► https://www.facebook.com/m2m Follow us on Instagram: ► http://instagram.com/m2m Follow us on Twitter: ► http://www.twitter.com/m2m -------------------------- FASHION NOW STREAMING Made to Measure (M2M) is a new fashion video network. M2M covers the world of fashion and style - past, present and future - through fresh and culturally relevant storytelling. M2M features original programming, classic fashion films and runway shows from the world’s top designers. M2M’s original series and documentaries highlight the people, issues, trends, and events that have defined and transformed the fashion landscape. Subscribe to Made To Measure! ► https://www.youtube.com/c/MadeToMeasure?sub_confirmation=1
Senegal's Fashion Designers Keep Tradition Alive
 
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In Senegal, the recent Muslim feast of Eid al-Adha meant food, family and fashion. And the country's top designers have released their latest collections. VOA's Anne Look reports from the catwalks and sidewalks of Dakar that though many call this "traditional" wear, there is nothing old-fashioned about it.
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SPILLING THE "T" WITH CLASSIC ROYALTY/ Q & A- Fashion Designers
 
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Designer Info: 👑 My Sewing Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/731168867007799/ Instagram: @ClassicRoyalty FaceBook: ANITA RIVERS Snap Chat: CLASSICROYALTYD [email protected] Com
'Khadi' Fabric Is Being Reinvented By Indian Fashion Designers
 
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'Khadi' is in need of an image make-over. For an indigenous fabric, it deserves more love for being the stylish and elegant fabric it is. Watch how Indian designers reinvented it. NDTV is one of the leaders in the production and broadcasting of un-biased and comprehensive news and entertainment programmes in India and abroad. NDTV delivers reliable information across all platforms: TV, Internet and Mobile. Subscribe for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/ndtv?sub_confirmation=1 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ndtv Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ndtv Download the NDTV Apps: http://www.ndtv.com/page/apps Watch more videos: http://www.ndtv.com/video?yt
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Top 25 Supplies for Fashion Designers
 
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Here is my top 25+ supplies for fashion design. These are daily supplies for students or designers who are setting up a home studio. Gingher Fabric Shears http://amzn.to/2fUC0Qs Paper Scissors http://amzn.to/2wjwpKK Thread Snippers http://amzn.to/2fUNTFY Cloth Tape Measure http://amzn.to/2ifcnL5 Seam Tape (I couldn’t find a link) Seam Ripper http://amzn.to/2wjwZIq 1 lb Dressmaker Pins http://amzn.to/2ifcMx5 Hand Needles http://amzn.to/2ie7Bxg Presser Feet + Bobbins/Cases (Get what is specified on your materials list) Mercerized Thread http://amzn.to/2wrAsne Tracing Wheel http://amzn.to/2wriW2t Push Pins http://amzn.to/2wreLns Erasers http://amzn.to/2wc67JX Blue/Red Pencil http://amzn.to/2x0tQu3 Chalk Wheel http://amzn.to/2wbku0W 18” x 2” Ruler http://amzn.to/2vNjLSw L Square Ruler http://amzn.to/2vSl3du Hip Curve Ruler http://amzn.to/2vRSQn7 French Curve http://amzn.to/2wjGrv9 Let's Be Friends!!! ❤️ I N S T A G R A M @whitneyb1111 https://www.instagram.com/whitneyb111... ❤️ T W I T T E R https://twitter.com/whitneybvlogs ❤️ W E B S I T E www.whitneybaldwin.com ❤️ E M A I L [email protected] Welcome to my channel! I am currently a Fashion Design student at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. I am also renovating an old farmhouse build in the late 1800's. I make videos on DIY's, How To's, Life style content, House Renovations, Travel content, Technology and Design.
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How designers turn inspiration into fashion collections
 
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How designers turn inspiration into fashion collections: In my previous videos, we talked about how to create a fashion collection. We will do more exercises now to better understand the steps of any collection. Apart from the text part of any documentation - the phase when you read a lot about the topic you are interested in- there is the visual documentation. In this case, I took another image from a book of mine and use it as a starting point for some sketches.How to actually get inspired by an image? Try to decompose the image into elements. See what are the definitory elements that compose the image. In this case, you could use elements like: the pattern with stripes, the color, the sleeves and the lower part of the costume, the structures you see in the area of eyes and those elements near the ears. Use them separately, combine them, use them as modules: big or small, rotate them and so on.I used the shapes near the ears and I placed them in the center of my costume. I imagined those shapes will have holes inside, so that you can see the skin or the layers of my costume. You can use the elements and place them in other parts of your costume. For example, some sleeves could become scarfs or you could undo them and sew them again in stripes to create a rhythm to your future garment.If you used a lot of volume for the upper part of your costume, try to simplify the rest, there is no need to over-work the whole costume. As about the drawing style, use details and a black marker to add the contrast here and there, where you feel the need. For the second drawing, turn the page upside down and get inspired. Even if the elements are the same, they position will inspire you to see even more in the photo, to discover inspiration there where you did not know it exist. See how used the "let's say glasses" from my source of inspiration and used them as earrings.Mix the elements and play with them in unusual combinations.When sketching, there is no need to think of the human body. You can draw it only when it helps, if not, the costume will be enough. Use simple lines and add color because this will help you visualize the outfit.Also, write down your ideas regarding the colors or textures to be used in the final work. And now sit back and see how I used another image to finish my small collection inspired by African art.As I previously mentioned, try to really sketch after the photos I used and send me your collection by email. My email is: [email protected] Waiting for your sketches and I will come back with a feed-back.Thank you and please don't forget to subscribe if you liked my video.
Views: 60445 Fashion teaching
📖BOOK ON FASHION DRAWING: my favorite one. Great for fashion designers!
 
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🎓📽📖 In this video I make a quick review on book "Fashion Drawing. Illustration techniques for fashion designers" by Michele Wesen Bryant. 📽✍🏼JOIN MY VIDEO COURSE "Fashion sketching with markers for beginners" and learn how to draw like a fashion designer: https://olgaart888.teachable.com/p/fashionsketching/ In this video I go over basic proportions for woman's figure in fashion drawing. You will need a pencil (or a black liner) here. ✏️Read my blog on interior design drawing: http://www.olgaart888.com/blog/englishcourse 📖MY BOOK "The SKETCH. Interior Design Drawing" (paper-based) Check my book on Amazon.com by using this link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1539884635/ref=sr_1_11?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1493769793&sr=1-11&keywords=olga+sorokina 📖MY BOOK (in PDF) is here: https://olgaart888.teachable.com/p/the-sketch ___________ 👩🏼‍🎨Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/olgaart888/ 📽New video every week! Subscribe!
Views: 501 Olga Sorokina
इंडिया के 10 बेस्ट फैशन डिज़ाइनर | Top 10 Fashion Designers of India | Chotu Nai
 
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Pls subscribe for more such vids इंडिया के 10 बेस्ट फैशन डिज़ाइनर 10. ऋतू बेरी (Ritu Beri) ऋतू बेरी भारत के उन चुनिन्दा डिज़ाइनर में से एक है जिनके डिजाईन की डिमांड इंटरनेशनल मार्किट में तेजी से बड़ी है | ऋतू की सबसे पहली फैशन लाइन ‘लावण्या’ के नाम से 1990 में प्रदर्शित हुई थी | इनकी यह कलेक्शन इतनी फेमस हुई की ये रातो रात सुपरस्टार बन गयी | यह ऐसी पहली भारतीय महिला है जिन्होंने अपना पहला डिजाईन कलेक्शन पेरिस में प्रेजेंट किया था वर्तमान समय में में ऋतू के डिजाईन दिल्ली, मुंबई, पेरिस, लन्दन, USA में धूम मचा रहे है | ये दिल्ली यूनिवर्सिटी से ग्रेजुएट है और इन्होंने दिल्ली के FIT से फैशन डिग्री हासिल की है | 9. रीना ढाका (Rina Dhaka) रीना ढाका का नाम भारत के बड़े फैशन डिज़ाइनर में आता है | इन्होंने अपने carrier की शुरुआत में रीना ढाका ने अपने एक परिचित के लिए ‘सलवार कमीज़’ नाम से बुटीक शुरू की थी | यह वेस्टर्न परिधानों की एक्सपर्ट मानी जाती है और एक्सपेरिमेंट करने से कभी भी पीछे नहीं हटती और यही कारण है की इनके परिधानों में फ्यूज़न लुक दीखता है | इन्होने अपने carrier की शुरुआत 1980 से की थी और यह प्रतिष्ठित ‘Yuv Rattan’ अवार्ड भी जीत चुकी है 8. रोहित बल (Rohit Bal) रोहित बल भी भारत के जाने मने फ़ैशन डिज़ाइनर है इन्होंने दिल्ली के सैंट स्टीफन कॉलेज से ग्रेजुएशन किया है और इसके बाद ये कुछ सालो तक अपने भाई की एक्सपोर्ट कंपनी में काम किया | 1990 में रोहित बल में अपनी फर्स्ट फैशन लाइन निकाली जो पारम्परिक पुरुष परिधानों पर आधारित थी | इनके मेजर क्लाइंट में उमा थर्मन, सिंडी क्रावफोर्ड, पामेला एंडरसन, नाओमी कैम्पबेल और अन्ना कौर्निकोवा जसे अंतरराष्ट्रीय सितारे है | इन्हें भारतीय परिधानों का मास्टर भी कहा जाता है 7. रितु कुमार (Ritu Kumar) भारत की प्रतिष्ठित फैशन और सबसे पूरानी डिज़ाइनर रितु कुमार ने अपना ही unique स्टाइल डेवलप किया है | इनके डिजाईन भारत की प्राचीन परम्पराओं को दर्शाते है | रितु कुमार 3 मिस इंडिया विजेताओ के परिधान डिजाईन कर चुकी है ये मिस यूनिवर्स, मिस वर्ल्ड और मिस एशिया पेसिफिक जैसे अंतराष्ट्रीय मंच के लिए भी परिधान डिजाईन कर चुकी है | 6. मनीष अरोड़ा (Manish Arora) मनीष अरोड़ा भी भारत के जाने माने फैशन डिज़ाइनर है सन 1997 में मनीष अरोड़ा ने अपना खुद का ब्रांड लांच किया और इंडिया में ही इसे बेचना शुरू किया | इसके बाद इन्होंने साल 2000 में हांगकांग फैशन वीक में इंडिया को रिप्रेजेंट किया और इसी साल मनीष अरोड़ा ने अपनी दूसरी फैशन लाइन ‘Fish Fry’ के नाम से इंडिया की 6 मेजर सिटीज में सेल करने के लिए निकाली | 5. जेजे वलाया (JJ Valaya) जेजे वलाया का फैशन हाउस अपने पारम्परिक और मॉडर्न परिधानों के फ्यूज़न के लिए वर्ल्ड फेमस है जो बहुत ही खुबसूरत और आकर्षक होते और विशेष रूप से इन पर हाथो से काम किया होता है | जेजे वलाया के प्रोडक्ट लेबल ‘वलाया होम’ और ‘स्टूडियो वलाया’ के पूरी दुनिया में प्रशंसक और ग्राहक है | राजस्थान के जोधपुर शहर में पले बढे जेजे वलाया ने अपना नाम अपने ओरिजिनल और प्रीमियम डिजाईन के दम पर बनाया है | 4. अबू जानी और संदीप खोसला (Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla) बेहतरीन और फेमस डिज़ाइनर अबू जानी और संदीप खोसला ने किसी तरह की प्रोफेशनल ट्रेनिंग नहीं ली है | यह मुकाम इन्होने अपनी मेहनत और लगन के दम पर पाया है | इंडिया के फैशन सर्किट में ‘अबू जानी’ और संदीप खोसला एक जाना पहचाना नाम है | ये भी भारत के प्रसिद्ध और जाने माने फ़ैशन डिज़ाइनर है 3. वेन्डेल रोड्रिक्स (Wendell Rodricks) डिज़ाइनर वेन्डेल रोड्रिक्स का नाम फैशन industry में सबसे जाना माना नाम है, इन्होंने अपना carrier कैटरिंग बिज़नस से शुरू किया था लेकिन बाद में इन्होंने फ़ैशन इंडस्ट्री को चुना और इसी में आगे बढ़े | यह अपने सफ़ेद परिधानों के लिए भी मशहूर है | वेन्डेल रोड्रिक्स प्रमुख इंडियन न्यूज़ के लिए बहुत से आर्टिकल लिख चुके है और फेमिना, गोवा टुडे के लिए भी लिखते रहते है | 2. तरुण तहीलीआनी (Tarun Tahiliani) तरुण भारत के सबसे प्रसिद्ध फैशन डिज़ाइनर में से एक है | इन्होने न्यू यॉर्क के ‘The Fashion Institute of Technology’ से डिग्री हासिल की है | इन्होंने सन 1987 में इंडिया का पहला फैशन बुटीक खोला था जिसे नाम दिया गया ‘Ensemble’ | बाद में तरुण ने दिल्ली में ‘the Tarun Tahiliani Design Studio’ की भी शुरुआत की | तरुण के डिजाईन किये हुए परिधान टोक्यो, न्यू यॉर्क, लन्दन, हांगकांग, दुबई में भी बिकते है | 1. मनीष मल्होत्रा इसमें कोई शक नहीं की मनीष मल्होत्रा ही इंडिया के फैशन डिज़ाइनर में नंबर 1 है जो ना केवल बेस्ट डिज़ाइनर में से है बल्कि बॉलीवुड के मनपसंद डिज़ाइनर भी है | साल 1998 में मनीष ने अपना डिजाइनिंग स्टोर ‘Reverie’ नाम से शुरू किया और मनीष, इंडिया के रईस और प्रतिष्ठित परिवारों के लिए भी ड्रेस डिजाईन कर चुके है | 25 साल की उम्र में मनीष ने बॉलीवुड अभिनेत्री जूही चावला के लिए ड्रेस डिजाईन करी थी | इन्हें सबसे ज्यादा पॉपुलैरिटी तब मिल जब इन्हें न्यू यॉर्क में होने वाले बॉलीवुड अवार्ड्स में शिरकत करने के लिए माइकल जैक्सन के कपडे डिजाईन करने के लिए कहा गया | Image Credits list: https://www.chotunai.in/?p=85 Music Credits: music by backgroundmusic.online
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Top 10 female fashion designers in Nigeria
 
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Watch more Fashion Designers and Fashion Brands videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/500139-Burberry-Fashion-Designers Burberry's emergence as a fashion brand is relatively recent. Until 1990's when the brand was kind of revitalized, it was seen as something that was very classic and rugged, but not necessarily fashionable. The brand was founded in 1856 by a man named Thomas Burberry, who ran a small, kind of outdoor outfitting shop in Basingstoke, England. He moved to London where the business really expanded. Burberry popularized the fabric gabardine, which is a very tightly woven fabric, which is really good for outerwear, especially for outerwear for sports. He appealed to a clientele that was really interested in hunting and fishing and lots of other outdoor activities. Burberry grew into having the reputation of being very correct in town, but also very rugged on the playing fields and out in the country. British army officers wore Burberry coats, a style that was known as the Tielocken, during the Boer War in the 1890's. In 1911, Burberry outfitted Roald Amundsen on his South Pole expedition. During World War I the company added epaulets and D rings to their Tielocken coat, and the trench coat was born. After the war, Burberry started to line the trench coats with their distinctive check, and registered the design as a trademark, and it's, of course, become one of the most copied design in fashion. Burberry has received several royal warrants for its products, and the royal warrant is a mark of distinction that you get from the British Royal Family when they like your products. The trench coats are among their most famous products. Humphrey Bogart wore one in Casablanca, Audrey Hepburn wore one in Breakfast at Tiffany's. In the late 1990's, Burberry decided to venture into fashion, to try to change their image from being eternally classic, to being more desirable as a fashion brand. They hired an American fashion executive, Rosemary Bravo, and she brought in an Italian designer, Roberto Menichetti, and he launched the line Prorsum, which is one of the important Burberry lines now. For the first time, Burberry presented runway shows, had ads with well-known models, and the Burberry check moved from the lining of trench coats onto everything from bikinis to clothing for pets. The Prorsum line takes its name from the Latin word that means forward, and it's found on the little banner on the Burberry logo. When Menichetti departed in 2001, Christopher Bailey succeeded him. He had had experience prior to this at Donna Karan and at Gucci, and it's under his direction that the company has really moved forward, with major ad campaigns, lots more fragrances, and very diverse line of products that still conveys classic Burberry, but with a lot more fashion sense.
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Fashion designers create a working condition and environment that suites their needs, as most designers work from home so that they are able to create and sew whenever they get the inspiration. Understand a designer's work day with advice from a successful fashion designer in this free video on fashion jobs. Expert: Olive Page Bio: Olive Page is a Wilmington fashion designer who recently showed her new collection LIV by Olive J. Filmmaker: Rendered Communications
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