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E VERY PROCESS HAS A BEGINNING AN INTERMEDIATE STAGE AND AN END TO IT THIS BOOK IS ALL ABOUT SHOWING ALL THE CREATIVE DESIGN PROCESSES INVOLVED FROM START TO FINISH IN MAKING A COLLECTION OF WEARABLES IT SHOWCASES ALL BEHIND THE SCENE THOUGHT PROCESSES AND STEPS TAKEN TO TURN A CONCEPT INTO REALITY THIS BOOK ALSO HIGHLIGHTS THE IMPORTANCE OF FOCUS AND DIRECTION NEEDED IN THE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS OF A COLLECTION THIS BOOK IS A COMBINATION OF MY SKETCHBOOKS USED THROUGHOUT MY DESIGN DEGREE AT THE SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN IN MAKING OF FOUR DESIGN COLLECTIONS THE IDEA IS TO LOOK BACK AND PUT TOGETHER ALL OF THE WORK IN A BOOK FORMAT TO SHOWCASE A MORE GRAPHICALLY INTERACTIVE PORTFOLIO THAT HIGHLIGHTS ALL THE IMPERATIVES NEEDED IN CREATING A FASHION COLLECTION BEING A COLLECTION OF PROCESS BOOKS IT INCLUDES ALL THE THOUGHT PROCESS AND ITS EXECUTION FROM BEGINNING TILL THE END STRUCTURED IN A STEP BY STEP FORMAT ARRANGED ACCORDING TO THE GIVEN BRIEF FOR EACH INDIVIDUAL COLLECTION IT ALSO INCLUDES THE INITIAL RESEARCH PROCESS IN THE FORM OF DATA AND IMAGES CURATED FROM DIFFERENT BOOKS AND WEBPAGES MAY IT INSPIRES OTHER YOUNGER DESIGNERS 1
E  VERY PROCESS HAS A BEGINNING, AN INTERMEDIATE STAGE AND AN END TO IT, THIS BOOK IS ALL ABOUT SHOWING ALL THE CREATIVE D...
E VERY PROCESS HAS A BEGINNING AN INTERMEDIATE STAGE AND AN END TO IT THIS BOOK IS ALL ABOUT SHOWING ALL THE CREATIVE DESIGN PROCESSES INVOLVED FROM START TO FINISH IN MAKING A COLLECTION OF WEARABLES IT SHOWCASES ALL BEHIND THE SCENE THOUGHT PROCESSES AND STEPS TAKEN TO TURN A CONCEPT INTO REALITY THIS BOOK ALSO HIGHLIGHTS THE IMPORTANCE OF FOCUS AND DIRECTION NEEDED IN THE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS OF A COLLECTION THIS BOOK IS A COMBINATION OF MY SKETCHBOOKS USED THROUGHOUT MY DESIGN DEGREE AT THE SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN IN MAKING OF FOUR DESIGN COLLECTIONS THE IDEA IS TO LOOK BACK AND PUT TOGETHER ALL OF THE WORK IN A BOOK FORMAT TO SHOWCASE A MORE GRAPHICALLY INTERACTIVE PORTFOLIO THAT HIGHLIGHTS ALL THE IMPERATIVES NEEDED IN CREATING A FASHION COLLECTION BEING A COLLECTION OF PROCESS BOOKS IT INCLUDES ALL THE THOUGHT PROCESS AND ITS EXECUTION FROM BEGINNING TILL THE END STRUCTURED IN A STEP BY STEP FORMAT ARRANGED ACCORDING TO THE GIVEN BRIEF FOR EACH INDIVIDUAL COLLECTION IT ALSO INCLUDES THE INITIAL RESEARCH PROCESS IN THE FORM OF DATA AND IMAGES CURATED FROM DIFFERENT BOOKS AND WEBPAGES MAY IT INSPIRES OTHER YOUNGER DESIGNERS 1
E  VERY PROCESS HAS A BEGINNING, AN INTERMEDIATE STAGE AND AN END TO IT, THIS BOOK IS ALL ABOUT SHOWING ALL THE CREATIVE D...
ALI KHAN MASTER OF ARTS FASHION DESIGN SCAD 15
ALI KHAN MASTER OF ARTS FASHION DESIGN SCAD- 15
ALI KHAN MASTER OF ARTS FASHION DESIGN SCAD 15
ALI KHAN MASTER OF ARTS FASHION DESIGN SCAD- 15
Qui tes vous Ali Khan WHO ARE YOU ALI KHAN ABOUT THE DESIGNER I m a Graduate from the Savannah College of Art and Design with an M A in Fashion Design I have a background in Textiles Science with an undergrad degree from Textile Institute of Pakistan Born in Karachi Pakistan in a very average family I was also an average kid but with above average and high end dreams That s where the journey started I was always interested in Arts whether it is visual arts or performing arts I used to write direct and act in dramas After completing my Undergrad in 2010 I got couple years experience in design development and apparel merchandising Being working in Pakistan I got the experience of working in production for some of the best denim and Leather brands in the world Doing Research and Development and training under some of the best Italian denim designers and have worked as designer for an ethnic high end designer brand which all in all built a strong base for career ahead After getting some experience in the industry I decided to pursue my further studies in the field of fashion and learn all the aspect of design I applied in Savannah College of Art and Design SCAD due to its ranking and the fact that this institution helps students with academic scholarships even to international students which is not a norm in the field of arts Luckily I got my admission with a great 5 4 scholarship which was the only reason I was able to pursue my dream to study in one the best ranked colleges in the world and believe me it is a great learning experience in a highly creative environment I successfully completed my Masters degree in Fashion Design with distinction A CGPA of 4 0 which I never thought would happen as when I started my career I didn t have the technical skills which were required for that reason I had to work tirelessly in order to learn them Even throughout SCAD nothing was coming easy it was very tough ride to survive and I did it which was all merely because of pure conviction and focus to fulfill the dream of my father to see me as a very successful individual In the Graduation Ceremony SCAD honored me with an award for OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT which in it self was an assurance of survival Throughout SCAD I designed four collections in the span of two and a half years which were completely different in terms of genre and method of design My Final Collection FRANKENSTEIN was featured in the grand SCAD FASHION SHOW 2015 in Savannah Georgia and was well appreciated by the faculty jury and the members of the industry
   Qui   tes-vous , Ali Khan     WHO ARE YOU , ALI KHAN   ABOUT THE DESIGNER I   m a Graduate from the Savannah College of...
Qui tes vous Ali Khan WHO ARE YOU ALI KHAN ABOUT THE DESIGNER I m a Graduate from the Savannah College of Art and Design with an M A in Fashion Design I have a background in Textiles Science with an undergrad degree from Textile Institute of Pakistan Born in Karachi Pakistan in a very average family I was also an average kid but with above average and high end dreams That s where the journey started I was always interested in Arts whether it is visual arts or performing arts I used to write direct and act in dramas After completing my Undergrad in 2010 I got couple years experience in design development and apparel merchandising Being working in Pakistan I got the experience of working in production for some of the best denim and Leather brands in the world Doing Research and Development and training under some of the best Italian denim designers and have worked as designer for an ethnic high end designer brand which all in all built a strong base for career ahead After getting some experience in the industry I decided to pursue my further studies in the field of fashion and learn all the aspect of design I applied in Savannah College of Art and Design SCAD due to its ranking and the fact that this institution helps students with academic scholarships even to international students which is not a norm in the field of arts Luckily I got my admission with a great 5 4 scholarship which was the only reason I was able to pursue my dream to study in one the best ranked colleges in the world and believe me it is a great learning experience in a highly creative environment I successfully completed my Masters degree in Fashion Design with distinction A CGPA of 4 0 which I never thought would happen as when I started my career I didn t have the technical skills which were required for that reason I had to work tirelessly in order to learn them Even throughout SCAD nothing was coming easy it was very tough ride to survive and I did it which was all merely because of pure conviction and focus to fulfill the dream of my father to see me as a very successful individual In the Graduation Ceremony SCAD honored me with an award for OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT which in it self was an assurance of survival Throughout SCAD I designed four collections in the span of two and a half years which were completely different in terms of genre and method of design My Final Collection FRANKENSTEIN was featured in the grand SCAD FASHION SHOW 2015 in Savannah Georgia and was well appreciated by the faculty jury and the members of the industry
   Qui   tes-vous , Ali Khan     WHO ARE YOU , ALI KHAN   ABOUT THE DESIGNER I   m a Graduate from the Savannah College of...
MENTOR I was taught Fashion by a British Designer by that I am not referring to a very attractive person wearing tailored suits with a charismatic personality but by Mark Karl Hughes a British bald headed round shaped man in his early 40 s with only black color spread out in his wardrobe a graduate from Saint Martin s with a big craver for creativity He had a uniquely motivational approach in his teaching His focus was always on discovering and imparting skills building and nurturing of concept and idea development in his students extremely helpful and committed in stimulating students with exciting design briefs and challenges that provoke thought debate He was heavily armed with a bounteous knowledge in History of fashion and cinema such a bookworm and a cinema fanatic that he always had a Book and a DVD of an old movie from somewhere in the back of his trench coat for us to go through for every idea and theme we currently were working on He never believed in grading system as he believed that the fear of failure limits creativity and getting a grade has way too much importance placed upon it He used to make us trust on our own instincts Often I used to feel puzzled on how something is going to turn out but was always eager to try it as Trying it never meant trouble to me They want me to green light that something will work and often I do not know if something will and often am saying just try it Mark Karl Hughes He was really helpful in every aspect even going out of the way to make us learn He used to do it as it was his only passion in life Although he was the same person who at the starting of my Graduate program austerely told me to change my major or to go back to my home country the day I told him I can t sew He was crazy old man with a great sense of humor and a powerhouse of knowledge His excessive introduction in this book tells his importance in my life It is true that I learned a lot from him It was all his belief giving me freedom to explore and for taking my vision to the next level I miss him a lot 7 6
MENTOR I  was taught Fashion by a British Designer, by that I am not referring to a very attractive person wearing tailore...
MENTOR I was taught Fashion by a British Designer by that I am not referring to a very attractive person wearing tailored suits with a charismatic personality but by Mark Karl Hughes a British bald headed round shaped man in his early 40 s with only black color spread out in his wardrobe a graduate from Saint Martin s with a big craver for creativity He had a uniquely motivational approach in his teaching His focus was always on discovering and imparting skills building and nurturing of concept and idea development in his students extremely helpful and committed in stimulating students with exciting design briefs and challenges that provoke thought debate He was heavily armed with a bounteous knowledge in History of fashion and cinema such a bookworm and a cinema fanatic that he always had a Book and a DVD of an old movie from somewhere in the back of his trench coat for us to go through for every idea and theme we currently were working on He never believed in grading system as he believed that the fear of failure limits creativity and getting a grade has way too much importance placed upon it He used to make us trust on our own instincts Often I used to feel puzzled on how something is going to turn out but was always eager to try it as Trying it never meant trouble to me They want me to green light that something will work and often I do not know if something will and often am saying just try it Mark Karl Hughes He was really helpful in every aspect even going out of the way to make us learn He used to do it as it was his only passion in life Although he was the same person who at the starting of my Graduate program austerely told me to change my major or to go back to my home country the day I told him I can t sew He was crazy old man with a great sense of humor and a powerhouse of knowledge His excessive introduction in this book tells his importance in my life It is true that I learned a lot from him It was all his belief giving me freedom to explore and for taking my vision to the next level I miss him a lot 7 6
MENTOR I  was taught Fashion by a British Designer, by that I am not referring to a very attractive person wearing tailore...
F Ideas don t come every night at 9 as there no standard time or schedule for creativity It is just something that or me a design process start with putting ideas on my sketchbook It usually starts with a point of reference a film a piece of fabric or even architecture of a building can be inspiration Each and every material in the sketchbook is very important and the process in making in making into a collection is the most fascinating part clicks instantly or takes days to come It comes when it comes or not for that matter It is just like giving birth to a child Antonio Cuitto As my dad was a civil engineer I also think likewise that building a concept for a collection is like building a bridge as concept serves as pillars on which the whole collection rests upon If you build a strong concept and story the whole collection falls into place It is exactly like building a path for channeling water and this channeling of mind was mainly focused in my Khan DESIGN ISNT JUST MADE IN A DAY Putting thoughts on a paper is usually the first step of concept development in making a collection I thoroughly enjoy the process of sketching as it serves as a fuel to my creativity I don t even know when I start sketching that after my tenth sketch in which state of mind I ll be in Sketching ideas is just like dreaming and in the start it is allowed to dream as big as possible and putting it on paper then the hard part comes as to narrow it down and execution of making it into a real Collection career building at SCAD Curiosity is the most important thing to initiate a design process John Galliano 9 8
F  Ideas don   t come every night at 9, as there no standard time or schedule for creativity. It is just something that  o...
F Ideas don t come every night at 9 as there no standard time or schedule for creativity It is just something that or me a design process start with putting ideas on my sketchbook It usually starts with a point of reference a film a piece of fabric or even architecture of a building can be inspiration Each and every material in the sketchbook is very important and the process in making in making into a collection is the most fascinating part clicks instantly or takes days to come It comes when it comes or not for that matter It is just like giving birth to a child Antonio Cuitto As my dad was a civil engineer I also think likewise that building a concept for a collection is like building a bridge as concept serves as pillars on which the whole collection rests upon If you build a strong concept and story the whole collection falls into place It is exactly like building a path for channeling water and this channeling of mind was mainly focused in my Khan DESIGN ISNT JUST MADE IN A DAY Putting thoughts on a paper is usually the first step of concept development in making a collection I thoroughly enjoy the process of sketching as it serves as a fuel to my creativity I don t even know when I start sketching that after my tenth sketch in which state of mind I ll be in Sketching ideas is just like dreaming and in the start it is allowed to dream as big as possible and putting it on paper then the hard part comes as to narrow it down and execution of making it into a real Collection career building at SCAD Curiosity is the most important thing to initiate a design process John Galliano 9 8
F  Ideas don   t come every night at 9, as there no standard time or schedule for creativity. It is just something that  o...
THE SUITCASE PROJECT 710 AN OBJECT BASED STORY DRIVEN COLLECTION THE BRIEF Select a suitcase and on the structure of that suitcase design a collection of minimum four garments a jacket which is convertible a top which can be changed from couture to summer wear a pair of pants and another garment of your choice STORY OF A TIME TRAVELLER I SELECTED A VINTAGE 1960 S TRUNK CASE AND BASED ON THE THE LOOK MADE A STORY OF A TIME TRAVELLER WHO MAKES A TIME MACHINE IN HIS SUITCASE A FULL SCALE ELECTRICALLY WORKING PROTOTYPE OF A TIME MACHINE WAS MADE FOR THIS PROJECT THE COLLECTION MADE IS ACCORDING TO THE STRUCTURE COLOR AND DETAILS OF THE CASE AND THE DESIGN FOLLOWS THE EXTENSIVE STORY LINE 11 10
THE SUITCASE PROJECT 710 AN OBJECT BASED STORY DRIVEN COLLECTION  THE BRIEF Select a suitcase, and on the structure of tha...
THE SUITCASE PROJECT 710 AN OBJECT BASED STORY DRIVEN COLLECTION THE BRIEF Select a suitcase and on the structure of that suitcase design a collection of minimum four garments a jacket which is convertible a top which can be changed from couture to summer wear a pair of pants and another garment of your choice STORY OF A TIME TRAVELLER I SELECTED A VINTAGE 1960 S TRUNK CASE AND BASED ON THE THE LOOK MADE A STORY OF A TIME TRAVELLER WHO MAKES A TIME MACHINE IN HIS SUITCASE A FULL SCALE ELECTRICALLY WORKING PROTOTYPE OF A TIME MACHINE WAS MADE FOR THIS PROJECT THE COLLECTION MADE IS ACCORDING TO THE STRUCTURE COLOR AND DETAILS OF THE CASE AND THE DESIGN FOLLOWS THE EXTENSIVE STORY LINE 11 10
THE SUITCASE PROJECT 710 AN OBJECT BASED STORY DRIVEN COLLECTION  THE BRIEF Select a suitcase, and on the structure of tha...
THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TIME AND ANY OF THE THREE DIMENSIONS OF SPACE EXCEPT THAT OUR CONSCIOUSNESS MOVES ALONG IT
   THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TIME AND ANY OF THE THREE DIMENSIONS OF SPACE EXCEPT THAT OUR CONSCIOUSNESS MOVES ALONG ...
THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TIME AND ANY OF THE THREE DIMENSIONS OF SPACE EXCEPT THAT OUR CONSCIOUSNESS MOVES ALONG IT
   THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TIME AND ANY OF THE THREE DIMENSIONS OF SPACE EXCEPT THAT OUR CONSCIOUSNESS MOVES ALONG ...
M ichael Kelly Brook Mike Kelly born March 3 1931 was an European theoretical physicist from the University of Edinburgh He is best known for the biggest heist claimed in the history of mankind through time travel Mike was born in Black Ford a small town in Edinburgh in a poor family having a really stumpy yet a scholastic lifestyle He loved books but never wanted to be poor his entire life His dream was to be collector of the famous priceless artifacts from all over the world He grew up as very smart kid having unusual theoretical approach It was merely because of taking interest from very early age in his father John Allison Brook s research papers on Geometry Relativity and The Fourth Dimension He was very close to his father When he was 11 years old his father died at age 69 in world war II leaving behind him nothing but an old house where there was nothing intriguing rather than his Father s piling years of research work on Time Alteration theory which never published as he wanted it to be kept undisclosed There was a theory about time lapsing and was written Michael Kelly Brook born March 3 1931 15
M  ichael Kelly Brook    Mike    Kelly  born March 3, 1931  was an European theoretical physicist from the University of E...
M ichael Kelly Brook Mike Kelly born March 3 1931 was an European theoretical physicist from the University of Edinburgh He is best known for the biggest heist claimed in the history of mankind through time travel Mike was born in Black Ford a small town in Edinburgh in a poor family having a really stumpy yet a scholastic lifestyle He loved books but never wanted to be poor his entire life His dream was to be collector of the famous priceless artifacts from all over the world He grew up as very smart kid having unusual theoretical approach It was merely because of taking interest from very early age in his father John Allison Brook s research papers on Geometry Relativity and The Fourth Dimension He was very close to his father When he was 11 years old his father died at age 69 in world war II leaving behind him nothing but an old house where there was nothing intriguing rather than his Father s piling years of research work on Time Alteration theory which never published as he wanted it to be kept undisclosed There was a theory about time lapsing and was written Michael Kelly Brook born March 3 1931 15
M  ichael Kelly Brook    Mike    Kelly  born March 3, 1931  was an European theoretical physicist from the University of E...
Had Goddard somehow flown four years into the future and then shortly returned to his own time Time that has passed cannot just be seen but can be altered by stepping in that dimension So if you can travel at the speed of light you get to any event in no time at all By bouncing back and forth you can also get to any event inside the future and past like here a million years from now in no time at all Inspired by his father s research on possibility of time alteration he thought about fulfilling his impractical dream to collect the famous priceless artifacts from all over the world pulling off the con in stealing Koh I Noor the biggest diamond in the world This idea of finding That Dimension became a lifelong obsession and the basis of his research further into time travel He got to know about his father s secret experiment conducted in 1935 with the conjunction of the Air force the experiment that got leaked in public nothing but as a conspiracy theory It was the curious story of a time slip experience happened to Air Marshal Sir Victor Goddard 17 16 In 1935 while still a Wing Commander he was sent to inspect a disused airfield near Edinburgh at a place called Drem He found it in a very dilapidated state with cattle grazing on grass that had forced through cracks in the runway Later that day he ran into trouble while flying his biplane in heavy rain and decided to fly back to Drem to get his bearings As he approached the airfield the torrential rain abruptly changed to bright sunlight When he looked down he saw the airfield had been completely renovated and was now in use There were mechanics in blue overalls walking around and four yellow planes parked on the runway One of these was a model which for all his aviation experience he completely failed to recognize It was a very puzzling experience not alone because the instant renovation was quite impossible but also because mechanics were supposed to wear khaki and Air Force planes were painted with a silvery aluminum paint Four years later Goddard solved the mystery With war now raging in Europe he happened to visit Drem again to find it exactly as he had seen it in 1935 completely with blue overalled mechanics and yellow planes He even found the plane he had been unable to identify earlier a Miles Magister
Had Goddard somehow flown four years into the future, and then shortly returned to his own time      Time that has passed ...
Had Goddard somehow flown four years into the future and then shortly returned to his own time Time that has passed cannot just be seen but can be altered by stepping in that dimension So if you can travel at the speed of light you get to any event in no time at all By bouncing back and forth you can also get to any event inside the future and past like here a million years from now in no time at all Inspired by his father s research on possibility of time alteration he thought about fulfilling his impractical dream to collect the famous priceless artifacts from all over the world pulling off the con in stealing Koh I Noor the biggest diamond in the world This idea of finding That Dimension became a lifelong obsession and the basis of his research further into time travel He got to know about his father s secret experiment conducted in 1935 with the conjunction of the Air force the experiment that got leaked in public nothing but as a conspiracy theory It was the curious story of a time slip experience happened to Air Marshal Sir Victor Goddard 17 16 In 1935 while still a Wing Commander he was sent to inspect a disused airfield near Edinburgh at a place called Drem He found it in a very dilapidated state with cattle grazing on grass that had forced through cracks in the runway Later that day he ran into trouble while flying his biplane in heavy rain and decided to fly back to Drem to get his bearings As he approached the airfield the torrential rain abruptly changed to bright sunlight When he looked down he saw the airfield had been completely renovated and was now in use There were mechanics in blue overalls walking around and four yellow planes parked on the runway One of these was a model which for all his aviation experience he completely failed to recognize It was a very puzzling experience not alone because the instant renovation was quite impossible but also because mechanics were supposed to wear khaki and Air Force planes were painted with a silvery aluminum paint Four years later Goddard solved the mystery With war now raging in Europe he happened to visit Drem again to find it exactly as he had seen it in 1935 completely with blue overalled mechanics and yellow planes He even found the plane he had been unable to identify earlier a Miles Magister
Had Goddard somehow flown four years into the future, and then shortly returned to his own time      Time that has passed ...
J shaken after being hit by 3 5 million volts Tesla on contact with the resonating electromagnetic charge found himself outside his timeframe reference He reported that he could see the immediate past present and future all at once But he was paralyzed within the electromagnetic field unable to help himself His assistant by turning off the current released Tesla before any permanent damage was done Tesla s research was used in making a time travel device for predicting and protecting European Union to evade from another reminiscent world war This project undergoing completion was destroyed as a result of an air strike on the site as war broke down in Europe leveling everything that existed there 19 ohn was working on the top secret military programs under the Air force using the 1895 secret and unfinished work of Nikola tesla which was stolen Surreptitiously in first world war Tesla s work in conducting research with his step up transformer indicated that time and space could be influenced by using highly charged rotating magnetic fields in high voltage electricity which made the possibilities of time travel Tesla discovered that time and space could be breached or warped by creating a doorway that could lead to other time frames But with this monumental discovery Tesla also discovered through personal experience the very real dangers inherent with time travel Tesla s first brush with time travel came in March 1895 A reporter for the New York Herald wrote on March 13 that he came across the inventor in a small caf looking 18
J  shaken after being hit by 3.5 million volts, Tesla, on contact with the resonating electromagnetic charge, found himsel...
J shaken after being hit by 3 5 million volts Tesla on contact with the resonating electromagnetic charge found himself outside his timeframe reference He reported that he could see the immediate past present and future all at once But he was paralyzed within the electromagnetic field unable to help himself His assistant by turning off the current released Tesla before any permanent damage was done Tesla s research was used in making a time travel device for predicting and protecting European Union to evade from another reminiscent world war This project undergoing completion was destroyed as a result of an air strike on the site as war broke down in Europe leveling everything that existed there 19 ohn was working on the top secret military programs under the Air force using the 1895 secret and unfinished work of Nikola tesla which was stolen Surreptitiously in first world war Tesla s work in conducting research with his step up transformer indicated that time and space could be influenced by using highly charged rotating magnetic fields in high voltage electricity which made the possibilities of time travel Tesla discovered that time and space could be breached or warped by creating a doorway that could lead to other time frames But with this monumental discovery Tesla also discovered through personal experience the very real dangers inherent with time travel Tesla s first brush with time travel came in March 1895 A reporter for the New York Herald wrote on March 13 that he came across the inventor in a small caf looking 18
J  shaken after being hit by 3.5 million volts, Tesla, on contact with the resonating electromagnetic charge, found himsel...
It took him nearly 23 year to join the missing links and figuring out the mechanism of time travel and in 1965 he started building the device but on very smaller size scale in an old trunk the old technology used by Tesla or John was as 11 x 6 square meters a size of a hall Due to time technology evolved and size of mechanism became smaller John saved part of it as he was secretly transferring the research papers through out the years into a room in the basement which became Mike s prime work area as years passed He would several spend hours a day working on what was left from John Michael got his degree from the university of Edinburgh in KELLY S DIARY Theoretical Physics Ariel view of the suitcase Time machine in development phase 21 20
It took him nearly 23 year to join the missing links and figuring out the mechanism of time travel and in 1965, he started...
It took him nearly 23 year to join the missing links and figuring out the mechanism of time travel and in 1965 he started building the device but on very smaller size scale in an old trunk the old technology used by Tesla or John was as 11 x 6 square meters a size of a hall Due to time technology evolved and size of mechanism became smaller John saved part of it as he was secretly transferring the research papers through out the years into a room in the basement which became Mike s prime work area as years passed He would several spend hours a day working on what was left from John Michael got his degree from the university of Edinburgh in KELLY S DIARY Theoretical Physics Ariel view of the suitcase Time machine in development phase 21 20
It took him nearly 23 year to join the missing links and figuring out the mechanism of time travel and in 1965, he started...
THE RESONATING ELECTROMAGNATIC CHARGE 22 The step up transformer in a time and space could be influenced by using highly charged rotating magnetic fields in highvoltage electricity which made the possibilities of time travel KELLY S SKETCH BOOK
THE RESONATING ELECTROMAGNATIC CHARGE      22  The step-up transformer in a time and space, could be influenced by using h...
THE RESONATING ELECTROMAGNATIC CHARGE 22 The step up transformer in a time and space could be influenced by using highly charged rotating magnetic fields in highvoltage electricity which made the possibilities of time travel KELLY S SKETCH BOOK
THE RESONATING ELECTROMAGNATIC CHARGE      22  The step-up transformer in a time and space, could be influenced by using h...
He used to promptly visit thrift stores junkyards in finding the necessary parts needed especially an intently winded rotor mechanism which he found in a VHS Casette player He worked day and night combining the Tesla resonance coil with high speed rotor equipped with an aluminum frame and mounted with highly charged magnets 24
He used to promptly visit, thrift stores, junkyards in finding the necessary parts needed especially an intently winded ro...
He used to promptly visit thrift stores junkyards in finding the necessary parts needed especially an intently winded rotor mechanism which he found in a VHS Casette player He worked day and night combining the Tesla resonance coil with high speed rotor equipped with an aluminum frame and mounted with highly charged magnets 24
He used to promptly visit, thrift stores, junkyards in finding the necessary parts needed especially an intently winded ro...
The high voltage electric current from coil was reaction he came up a plan and formulated a connected Waveform amplifier which amplified combination of certain types of antidepressants the current in the presence of highly charged tricyclic antidepressants doxepin Silenor rotating electromagnets created Resonating imipramine Tofranil protriptyline Vivactil Electromagnetic charge and passing through and trimipramine Surmontil when injected a thick resistive metal access to narrow and in high dosage drops the blood pressure channelize the charge to a human bearable drastically resulting proportional extreme wavelength creating a inter dimensional access drop in body temperature This drastic drop breaching other time frames It took him in temperature will cause the human body nearly 10 years to build the device fully inside to shutdown halting all functionality but if his trunk due to his financial discrepancy in the formulation were to be taken at the right buying the equipment needed for it For that time when the body gets exposed to resonating reason Mike worked at a White Man Tailor charge would create an automatic temperature shop in the central city where he served as an balancing system resulting in restoring the assistant for 7 years body temperature to its normal stage This A normal temperature of a human theory showed significant success when tried on body is 97 F according to studies the highest specimens making his plan complete with an survived internal body temperature was 115 inevitable success probability F The resonating electromagnetic charges had an ailing effect on the human body When exposed to a human body It can elevate the temperature of the by almost 35 to 40 degree Fahrenheit which would affect the brain tissue directly resulting in coma or sudden death Mike was working on counteracting the drastic rise of the body temperature Having the Newton s Third law of Physics in mind For every action there is an equal and opposite 26
The high voltage electric current from coil was  reaction , he came up a plan and formulated a  connected Waveform amplifi...
The high voltage electric current from coil was reaction he came up a plan and formulated a connected Waveform amplifier which amplified combination of certain types of antidepressants the current in the presence of highly charged tricyclic antidepressants doxepin Silenor rotating electromagnets created Resonating imipramine Tofranil protriptyline Vivactil Electromagnetic charge and passing through and trimipramine Surmontil when injected a thick resistive metal access to narrow and in high dosage drops the blood pressure channelize the charge to a human bearable drastically resulting proportional extreme wavelength creating a inter dimensional access drop in body temperature This drastic drop breaching other time frames It took him in temperature will cause the human body nearly 10 years to build the device fully inside to shutdown halting all functionality but if his trunk due to his financial discrepancy in the formulation were to be taken at the right buying the equipment needed for it For that time when the body gets exposed to resonating reason Mike worked at a White Man Tailor charge would create an automatic temperature shop in the central city where he served as an balancing system resulting in restoring the assistant for 7 years body temperature to its normal stage This A normal temperature of a human theory showed significant success when tried on body is 97 F according to studies the highest specimens making his plan complete with an survived internal body temperature was 115 inevitable success probability F The resonating electromagnetic charges had an ailing effect on the human body When exposed to a human body It can elevate the temperature of the by almost 35 to 40 degree Fahrenheit which would affect the brain tissue directly resulting in coma or sudden death Mike was working on counteracting the drastic rise of the body temperature Having the Newton s Third law of Physics in mind For every action there is an equal and opposite 26
The high voltage electric current from coil was  reaction , he came up a plan and formulated a  connected Waveform amplifi...
On 1 February 1850 the jewel was sealed in a small iron safe which was also enclosed in a red dispatch box both sealed and kept in a chest It was formally handed over to the Punjab government of Sir Henry Lawrence s younger brother John Lawrence It was then sent to England for presentation to Queen under strict security arrangements They departed from Bombay on 6 April 1850 on board the paddle sloop HMS Medea captained by Captain Lockyer THE PLAN D M ike wanted to travel back in time to India in the year 1850 to steal the K oh I Noor the most precious gem in the world A 186 carat diamond which was later confiscated by the British and the diamond is mounted in the crown of Monarch of the United Kingdom On 29 March 1849 the British raised their flag on the fortress of Lahore and the Punjab was formally proclaimed part of the British Company rule in India One of the terms of the Treaty of Lahore the legal agreement formalizing that the gem called the Koh i Noor to be surrendered by the Maharajah of Lahore as a token of British rule To make this confiscation to look more real as an honor to the queen it was decided that the Koh I Noor should be surrendered directly from the hand of the conquered prince into the hands of the sovereign In 1850 the diamond was to be presented by Maharaja Ranjit Singh s 13 year old son Dulip Singh to Queen Victoria 29 28 ulip Singh was also travelling for the ceremony to the United kingdom under the guardsman ship of a Dr Login a surgeon in the British Army in West Bengal with whom Dulip never met The plan was to impersonate and replace Dr login who was on his way from Bengal before he aboard the ship where this heist can be executed As far as the probability of success was concerned under such security arrangements there was an insignificant chance to get away with it as the Captain Lockyer who was commanding the ship and crew never seen Dr Login before
On 1 February 1850, the jewel was sealed in a small iron safe, which was also enclosed in a red dispatch box  both sealed ...
On 1 February 1850 the jewel was sealed in a small iron safe which was also enclosed in a red dispatch box both sealed and kept in a chest It was formally handed over to the Punjab government of Sir Henry Lawrence s younger brother John Lawrence It was then sent to England for presentation to Queen under strict security arrangements They departed from Bombay on 6 April 1850 on board the paddle sloop HMS Medea captained by Captain Lockyer THE PLAN D M ike wanted to travel back in time to India in the year 1850 to steal the K oh I Noor the most precious gem in the world A 186 carat diamond which was later confiscated by the British and the diamond is mounted in the crown of Monarch of the United Kingdom On 29 March 1849 the British raised their flag on the fortress of Lahore and the Punjab was formally proclaimed part of the British Company rule in India One of the terms of the Treaty of Lahore the legal agreement formalizing that the gem called the Koh i Noor to be surrendered by the Maharajah of Lahore as a token of British rule To make this confiscation to look more real as an honor to the queen it was decided that the Koh I Noor should be surrendered directly from the hand of the conquered prince into the hands of the sovereign In 1850 the diamond was to be presented by Maharaja Ranjit Singh s 13 year old son Dulip Singh to Queen Victoria 29 28 ulip Singh was also travelling for the ceremony to the United kingdom under the guardsman ship of a Dr Login a surgeon in the British Army in West Bengal with whom Dulip never met The plan was to impersonate and replace Dr login who was on his way from Bengal before he aboard the ship where this heist can be executed As far as the probability of success was concerned under such security arrangements there was an insignificant chance to get away with it as the Captain Lockyer who was commanding the ship and crew never seen Dr Login before
On 1 February 1850, the jewel was sealed in a small iron safe, which was also enclosed in a red dispatch box  both sealed ...
THE COLLECTION After finding a prospect loophole the next thing was to come up with an attire collection which relates to the time and has all the essential gadgets Having spent those 7 years assisting in a Tailor shop Mike developed dexterity in tailoring He the look and functionality of his outfit has a significant importance thus he spent time putting ideas on paper THE TRANSFORMATIONAL JACKET His first piece from the collection was a Transformational jacket a light brown doctor s handbag made with leather that completely transforms into an English woolen tailored jacket The functionality of the jacket was to facilitate the escape plan It was about finding the right combination of fabrics as the mechanism of transformation was all hidden inside the lining of the jacket For which he had to spend time to make sure it works Mike went in making multiple mock ups in different fabrics till he finally found the correct pattern for its jacket He selected a very expensive woolen fabric with its weight on the lighter side a nice hand feel and good drape in it Cut and tailored to fit and attached with patch pockets there was not even a slight insinuation while wearing it that there s so much more to it that just a jacket Oh it s a masterpiece said mike with a sense of accomplishment standing in front of the mirror trying it out 31 30
THE COLLECTION After finding a prospect loophole, the next thing was to come up with an attire collection, which relates t...
THE COLLECTION After finding a prospect loophole the next thing was to come up with an attire collection which relates to the time and has all the essential gadgets Having spent those 7 years assisting in a Tailor shop Mike developed dexterity in tailoring He the look and functionality of his outfit has a significant importance thus he spent time putting ideas on paper THE TRANSFORMATIONAL JACKET His first piece from the collection was a Transformational jacket a light brown doctor s handbag made with leather that completely transforms into an English woolen tailored jacket The functionality of the jacket was to facilitate the escape plan It was about finding the right combination of fabrics as the mechanism of transformation was all hidden inside the lining of the jacket For which he had to spend time to make sure it works Mike went in making multiple mock ups in different fabrics till he finally found the correct pattern for its jacket He selected a very expensive woolen fabric with its weight on the lighter side a nice hand feel and good drape in it Cut and tailored to fit and attached with patch pockets there was not even a slight insinuation while wearing it that there s so much more to it that just a jacket Oh it s a masterpiece said mike with a sense of accomplishment standing in front of the mirror trying it out 31 30
THE COLLECTION After finding a prospect loophole, the next thing was to come up with an attire collection, which relates t...
THE TRANSFORMATION PROCESS OF THE JACKET d b a c f e The final finished look of the jacket made with baume wool and satin lining with soft leather embedded for transformational purposes g
THE TRANSFORMATION PROCESS OF THE JACKET   d   b    a   c    f    e   The final finished look of the jacket made with baum...
THE TRANSFORMATION PROCESS OF THE JACKET d b a c f e The final finished look of the jacket made with baume wool and satin lining with soft leather embedded for transformational purposes g
THE TRANSFORMATION PROCESS OF THE JACKET   d   b    a   c    f    e   The final finished look of the jacket made with baum...
BIASED CUT JODHPUR PANTS J odhpurs are originally long pants reaching to the ankle snug from the calf to the ankle The thighs and hips were f lared a traditional oriental style possibly to help with cooling the body in a hot climate It was a factual decision made by Mike after researching the culture and the origin to make them as these pair of pants originates from an ancient style of Indian trouser called the Churidar in Northern India popularized in England later the style of ridingtrousers worn ended at mid calf worn with tall riding boots He designed them keeping the Indian full legged fit with a combination of woolen corduroy fabric and leather to complement He got the fit from a pair of pants he bought from a thrift store which belong to the WW2 German Army uniform These were cut on bias diagonal from the grain line corduroy fabric to give it the shape with volume Cutting the pants on bias fabric gives it a very little stretch even in a woven fabric Two different corduroy fabrics are used in the body to give the design element and the bottom hem is connected with leather spats The waistband attached with two color leather and a fasteners on the sides which holds it tight to the waist These pair of pants not only relates to the time he will be traveling in but are designed technically to provide mobility as well 35 34 DRAPED VERSION OF JODPHURS JACKET IN LIGHTWEIGHT COTTON MUSLIN
BIASED CUT JODHPUR PANTS J  odhpurs are originally long pants, reaching to the ankle, snug from the calf to the ankle. The...
BIASED CUT JODHPUR PANTS J odhpurs are originally long pants reaching to the ankle snug from the calf to the ankle The thighs and hips were f lared a traditional oriental style possibly to help with cooling the body in a hot climate It was a factual decision made by Mike after researching the culture and the origin to make them as these pair of pants originates from an ancient style of Indian trouser called the Churidar in Northern India popularized in England later the style of ridingtrousers worn ended at mid calf worn with tall riding boots He designed them keeping the Indian full legged fit with a combination of woolen corduroy fabric and leather to complement He got the fit from a pair of pants he bought from a thrift store which belong to the WW2 German Army uniform These were cut on bias diagonal from the grain line corduroy fabric to give it the shape with volume Cutting the pants on bias fabric gives it a very little stretch even in a woven fabric Two different corduroy fabrics are used in the body to give the design element and the bottom hem is connected with leather spats The waistband attached with two color leather and a fasteners on the sides which holds it tight to the waist These pair of pants not only relates to the time he will be traveling in but are designed technically to provide mobility as well 35 34 DRAPED VERSION OF JODPHURS JACKET IN LIGHTWEIGHT COTTON MUSLIN
BIASED CUT JODHPUR PANTS J  odhpurs are originally long pants, reaching to the ankle, snug from the calf to the ankle. The...
These were cut on bias diagonal from the grain line corduroy fabric to give it the shape with volume Cutting the pants on bias fabric gives it a very little stretch even in a woven fabric Two different corduroy fabrics are used in the body to give the design element and the bottom hem is connected with leather spats 37 36
These were cut on bias  diagonal from the grain line  corduroy fabric to give it the shape with volume. Cutting the pants ...
These were cut on bias diagonal from the grain line corduroy fabric to give it the shape with volume Cutting the pants on bias fabric gives it a very little stretch even in a woven fabric Two different corduroy fabrics are used in the body to give the design element and the bottom hem is connected with leather spats 37 36
These were cut on bias  diagonal from the grain line  corduroy fabric to give it the shape with volume. Cutting the pants ...
THE ANGLE COLLAR SHIRT T he thought was the to design a button down shirt that complements the prim look he is trying to achieve As Mike was travelling to India The sub continent that experiences mostly Sub tropical Humid Climate where it is very hot in summers Keeping this in mind he had to come up a design pattern would suit the conditions and keep his body temperature cooler It should be highly functional yet when combined with the other pieces make it an Haute couture formal wear 38
THE ANGLE COLLAR SHIRT T  he thought was the to design a button down shirt that complements the prim look, he is trying to...
THE ANGLE COLLAR SHIRT T he thought was the to design a button down shirt that complements the prim look he is trying to achieve As Mike was travelling to India The sub continent that experiences mostly Sub tropical Humid Climate where it is very hot in summers Keeping this in mind he had to come up a design pattern would suit the conditions and keep his body temperature cooler It should be highly functional yet when combined with the other pieces make it an Haute couture formal wear 38
THE ANGLE COLLAR SHIRT T  he thought was the to design a button down shirt that complements the prim look, he is trying to...
T he original Oxford Weaved fabric in pearl white made by Scottish fabric mills was used by Mike The shirt was designed sleeveless and openings were given on the sides for temperature maintaining purpose however it was all hidden when worn underneath the jacket The collar of the shirt was the main design element It was long and kept at an angle where it got attached with a shiny black button which was a shape of a clock 41 40
T  he original Oxford Weaved fabric in pearl white, made by Scottish fabric mills was used by Mike. The shirt was designed...
T he original Oxford Weaved fabric in pearl white made by Scottish fabric mills was used by Mike The shirt was designed sleeveless and openings were given on the sides for temperature maintaining purpose however it was all hidden when worn underneath the jacket The collar of the shirt was the main design element It was long and kept at an angle where it got attached with a shiny black button which was a shape of a clock 41 40
T  he original Oxford Weaved fabric in pearl white, made by Scottish fabric mills was used by Mike. The shirt was designed...
THE GOGGLE HELMET T THE FOURTH GARMENT he goggle hat was constructed by deconstructing an old WW 2 aviator helmet Two magnifying lenses were attached on the right glass enabling binocular vision It had a radio transmitter embedded into its backside Mike reprogrammed the transmitter into a sound amplifier which enabled him to listen to sounds from far as 50 ft The body was made with fabric pieces from an old torn woolen jacket lined with a black fabric and filled with nickel coins alloy of 75 copper and 25 nickel which blocks electromagnetic radiations thus preventing any brain injuries which could possibly occur 42
THE GOGGLE HELMET T THE FOURTH GARMENT  he goggle hat was constructed by  deconstructing an old WW-2 aviator  helmet. Two ...
THE GOGGLE HELMET T THE FOURTH GARMENT he goggle hat was constructed by deconstructing an old WW 2 aviator helmet Two magnifying lenses were attached on the right glass enabling binocular vision It had a radio transmitter embedded into its backside Mike reprogrammed the transmitter into a sound amplifier which enabled him to listen to sounds from far as 50 ft The body was made with fabric pieces from an old torn woolen jacket lined with a black fabric and filled with nickel coins alloy of 75 copper and 25 nickel which blocks electromagnetic radiations thus preventing any brain injuries which could possibly occur 42
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T he day finally came on June 13th the moment finally came to commit the biggest crime in world history without any trace of being ever committed Mike was ready dressed up looking dapper He put on his hat stepped in the trunk and injected the formula he developed turning the machine ON He set the coordinates to India in 1850 on the day HMS Medea vessel was to leave Bombay and Dr Login was suppose to arrive from West Bengal He felt numb as his body temperature started fluctuating The amplitude of vibrations shook the ground and he disappearedwith a sonic boom creating an electrical blackout in the town 46
T  he day finally came, on June 13th  the moment finally came to commit the biggest crime in world history, without any tr...
T he day finally came on June 13th the moment finally came to commit the biggest crime in world history without any trace of being ever committed Mike was ready dressed up looking dapper He put on his hat stepped in the trunk and injected the formula he developed turning the machine ON He set the coordinates to India in 1850 on the day HMS Medea vessel was to leave Bombay and Dr Login was suppose to arrive from West Bengal He felt numb as his body temperature started fluctuating The amplitude of vibrations shook the ground and he disappearedwith a sonic boom creating an electrical blackout in the town 46
T  he day finally came, on June 13th  the moment finally came to commit the biggest crime in world history, without any tr...
THE CONSPIRACY THEORY I t is reported in the History that on 3 July 1850 Koh I Noor diamond was handed over of the to the Queen it was exhibited at the Crystal Palace a year later But it was also vaguely reported that the diamond was not shiny as the other cut gemstones of that era and there was a general disappointment regarding it But what is not reported is IT WASN T THE REAL DIAMOND AFTER ALL A year was taken before its exhibition under Queen s acquiescence to investigate under concealment and later to cover up the truth that could have highly defamed British Navy which was that time the largest and most powerful in the world Britain strode as a colossus on the world political military and economic stages The truth of the missing diamond would have raised ambiguity on the supremacy of Britain affecting its extensive colonial possessions especially in the subcontinent The ship when travelling to Britain with the Jewel had a difficult voyage an outbreak of cholera on board when the ship was in Mauritius had the locals demanding its departure and they asked their governor to open fire and destroy the vessel if it did not respond Shortly thereafter the vessel was hit by a severe gale that blew for some twelve hours Later found from Lawrence family that during the voyage John Lawrence left the jewel in his waistcoat pocket when he sent it to be laundered it was lost for a while then was returned promptly by the steward named Kelly Roberts Dr Login was later found missing so as the steward who found the diamond as it was Michael Kelly all along pulling off the most impeccable theft in world history which has no account of it ever happened No one knows what later happened with Mike after his ghostly departure with the diamond He never came back to the time where he departed from in 1975 There is a probability of him getting trapped in the 4th Dimension or another assumption that he may have travelled into the future It might actually be possible as a man appeared on some online bulletin boards in the year 2000 and 2001 and claiming to be a time traveler from 2036 with a machine called C204 Gravity Distortion Unit having the exact similar blueprint to the time travel contrivance Michael Kelly brook made 48
THE CONSPIRACY THEORY I  t is reported in the History that on 3 July 1850, Koh-I-Noor diamond was handed over of the to th...
THE CONSPIRACY THEORY I t is reported in the History that on 3 July 1850 Koh I Noor diamond was handed over of the to the Queen it was exhibited at the Crystal Palace a year later But it was also vaguely reported that the diamond was not shiny as the other cut gemstones of that era and there was a general disappointment regarding it But what is not reported is IT WASN T THE REAL DIAMOND AFTER ALL A year was taken before its exhibition under Queen s acquiescence to investigate under concealment and later to cover up the truth that could have highly defamed British Navy which was that time the largest and most powerful in the world Britain strode as a colossus on the world political military and economic stages The truth of the missing diamond would have raised ambiguity on the supremacy of Britain affecting its extensive colonial possessions especially in the subcontinent The ship when travelling to Britain with the Jewel had a difficult voyage an outbreak of cholera on board when the ship was in Mauritius had the locals demanding its departure and they asked their governor to open fire and destroy the vessel if it did not respond Shortly thereafter the vessel was hit by a severe gale that blew for some twelve hours Later found from Lawrence family that during the voyage John Lawrence left the jewel in his waistcoat pocket when he sent it to be laundered it was lost for a while then was returned promptly by the steward named Kelly Roberts Dr Login was later found missing so as the steward who found the diamond as it was Michael Kelly all along pulling off the most impeccable theft in world history which has no account of it ever happened No one knows what later happened with Mike after his ghostly departure with the diamond He never came back to the time where he departed from in 1975 There is a probability of him getting trapped in the 4th Dimension or another assumption that he may have travelled into the future It might actually be possible as a man appeared on some online bulletin boards in the year 2000 and 2001 and claiming to be a time traveler from 2036 with a machine called C204 Gravity Distortion Unit having the exact similar blueprint to the time travel contrivance Michael Kelly brook made 48
THE CONSPIRACY THEORY I  t is reported in the History that on 3 July 1850, Koh-I-Noor diamond was handed over of the to th...
PORTRAIT SHOWCASING THE JACKET TRANSFORMATION INTO A LEATHER BAG
PORTRAIT SHOWCASING THE JACKET TRANSFORMATION INTO A LEATHER BAG
PORTRAIT SHOWCASING THE JACKET TRANSFORMATION INTO A LEATHER BAG
PORTRAIT SHOWCASING THE JACKET TRANSFORMATION INTO A LEATHER BAG
PHOTOSHOOT OF THE SUITCASE PROJECT
PHOTOSHOOT OF THE SUITCASE PROJECT
PHOTOSHOOT OF THE SUITCASE PROJECT
PHOTOSHOOT OF THE SUITCASE PROJECT
IT WAS ALL MADE KEEPING THE STORY IN MIND KHAN 54
IT WAS ALL MADE KEEPING THE STORY IN MIND KHAN       54
IT WAS ALL MADE KEEPING THE STORY IN MIND KHAN 54
IT WAS ALL MADE KEEPING THE STORY IN MIND KHAN       54
Y 3 CHARLES JAMES COLLECTION A DESIGNER COLLABORATIVE COLLECTION THE BRIEF THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS IMAGINE If Yohji Yamamoto and Charles James designed a collection for Adidas Y 3 Much of designing is about the ability to Design in a variety of Designer s handwriting s The future of fashion design MAY be about the ability to channel and design in a manner that mimics the work capitalizing on the creation of work from a prototype Initially you will need to create a muslin piece from either Charles James or Yohji Yamamoto in order to fully explore and get under the skin of the designer you are researching Be the first hand resource which YOU have created From this you will then design and create a series of four outfits which respond to the brief in a way which is personal to you yet exploits the handwriting of the designer you choose 57 56
Y-3 CHARLES JAMES COLLECTION A DESIGNER COLLABORATIVE COLLECTION  THE BRIEF  THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS  IMAGINE     If Yohji...
Y 3 CHARLES JAMES COLLECTION A DESIGNER COLLABORATIVE COLLECTION THE BRIEF THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS IMAGINE If Yohji Yamamoto and Charles James designed a collection for Adidas Y 3 Much of designing is about the ability to Design in a variety of Designer s handwriting s The future of fashion design MAY be about the ability to channel and design in a manner that mimics the work capitalizing on the creation of work from a prototype Initially you will need to create a muslin piece from either Charles James or Yohji Yamamoto in order to fully explore and get under the skin of the designer you are researching Be the first hand resource which YOU have created From this you will then design and create a series of four outfits which respond to the brief in a way which is personal to you yet exploits the handwriting of the designer you choose 57 56
Y-3 CHARLES JAMES COLLECTION A DESIGNER COLLABORATIVE COLLECTION  THE BRIEF  THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS  IMAGINE     If Yohji...
YOHJI YAMAMOTO CHARLES JAMES
YOHJI YAMAMOTO  CHARLES JAMES
YOHJI YAMAMOTO CHARLES JAMES
YOHJI YAMAMOTO  CHARLES JAMES
INITIAL RESEARCH WHEN MARK KARL HUGHES ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS GIVES YOU THIS ELOQUENT KIND OF BRIEF DESIGNING A COLLECTION BASED ON MERGING THE GENIUSES OF CHARLES JAMES AND YOHJI YAMAMOTO WHICH IN A WAY ALSO COMPLEMENTS STUDENT S PERSONAL STYLE OF DESIGN BASED ON THE BRIEF GIVEN IT WAS OBVIOUS THAT IN ORDER TO GET UNDER THE SKIN OF A DESIGNER A THOROUGH RESEARCH ABOUT THEIR LIFE DESIGN SENSE STYLE AND TECHNIQUES IS SURE NEEDED 61 60
INITIAL RESEARCH WHEN MARK KARL HUGHES ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS, GIVES YOU THIS ELOQUENT KIND OF BRIEF, DESIGNING A COLLE...
INITIAL RESEARCH WHEN MARK KARL HUGHES ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS GIVES YOU THIS ELOQUENT KIND OF BRIEF DESIGNING A COLLECTION BASED ON MERGING THE GENIUSES OF CHARLES JAMES AND YOHJI YAMAMOTO WHICH IN A WAY ALSO COMPLEMENTS STUDENT S PERSONAL STYLE OF DESIGN BASED ON THE BRIEF GIVEN IT WAS OBVIOUS THAT IN ORDER TO GET UNDER THE SKIN OF A DESIGNER A THOROUGH RESEARCH ABOUT THEIR LIFE DESIGN SENSE STYLE AND TECHNIQUES IS SURE NEEDED 61 60
INITIAL RESEARCH WHEN MARK KARL HUGHES ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS, GIVES YOU THIS ELOQUENT KIND OF BRIEF, DESIGNING A COLLE...
THE RIGORS OF MATHEMATICS IN THE CREATION OF FASHION CHARLES JAMES 62
THE RIGORS OF MATHEMATICS IN THE CREATION OF FASHION  CHARLES JAMES       62
THE RIGORS OF MATHEMATICS IN THE CREATION OF FASHION CHARLES JAMES 62
THE RIGORS OF MATHEMATICS IN THE CREATION OF FASHION  CHARLES JAMES       62
THEY ARE THREE DIMENSIONAL SCULPTURE THAT COMES ALIVE ONCE ON A WOMEN S BODY Charles james 64
THEY ARE THREE DIMENSIONAL SCULPTURE, THAT COMES ALIVE ONCE ON A WOMEN   S BODY Charles james       64
THEY ARE THREE DIMENSIONAL SCULPTURE THAT COMES ALIVE ONCE ON A WOMEN S BODY Charles james 64
THEY ARE THREE DIMENSIONAL SCULPTURE, THAT COMES ALIVE ONCE ON A WOMEN   S BODY Charles james       64
CHARLES JAMES THE POWER HOUSE OF INSPIRATION C harles James was an inspiring genius in the art of sculpting fabric into inventive fashions He had his own unorthodox creative process and a complex personality of looking things differently not merely as clothes or shape as James would call them They are Three dimensional sculpture that comes alive once on a women s body He was a pattern cutting genius a Sculptor of Cloth ever mindful of the women wearing the shape Charles James had nothing to do with fashion never having had formal dressmaking training he applied himself to the rigors of mathematics in the creation of fashion James always thought outside of the box and wasn t constricted by the normal dressmaking conventions theories or techniques He developed his own methodology based on mathematical architectural and sculptural concepts as they relate to the human body Charles James work in the architecture department at Commonwealth Edison were later used to great effect in his dress designs James s personality shines out in his designs They are bold in their ambition possess strong geometric lines and reflect a newly defined American glamour Being from an engineering background I find such inspiration in his design methodology which I totally relate as dress for me is a combination of calculations and algorithms keeping in mind the geometry of human body and the physics of body movement 66
CHARLES JAMES THE POWER HOUSE OF INSPIRATION  C  harles James was an inspiring genius in the art of sculpting fabric into ...
CHARLES JAMES THE POWER HOUSE OF INSPIRATION C harles James was an inspiring genius in the art of sculpting fabric into inventive fashions He had his own unorthodox creative process and a complex personality of looking things differently not merely as clothes or shape as James would call them They are Three dimensional sculpture that comes alive once on a women s body He was a pattern cutting genius a Sculptor of Cloth ever mindful of the women wearing the shape Charles James had nothing to do with fashion never having had formal dressmaking training he applied himself to the rigors of mathematics in the creation of fashion James always thought outside of the box and wasn t constricted by the normal dressmaking conventions theories or techniques He developed his own methodology based on mathematical architectural and sculptural concepts as they relate to the human body Charles James work in the architecture department at Commonwealth Edison were later used to great effect in his dress designs James s personality shines out in his designs They are bold in their ambition possess strong geometric lines and reflect a newly defined American glamour Being from an engineering background I find such inspiration in his design methodology which I totally relate as dress for me is a combination of calculations and algorithms keeping in mind the geometry of human body and the physics of body movement 66
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INSPIRATION FROM THE MASTER YOHJI YAMAMOTO J apan s elegant king of noir and the creator of Adidas Y 3 is a father of Fashion to me His sense of Design and avant garde spirit in his clothing frequently creating designs far removed from current trends Yohji s work s reflects the zeitgeist period of the time as the style of his clothing is based on traditional Japanese dress of the 18th century His signature oversized silhouettes in black often feature drapery in varying textures shows utter influence from his culture I admire Yohji Yamamoto s free from constraints design style He is one of the most influential designers of the modern era His Philosophy taking a different cultural perspective I belong to completely believe in designing clothes in making women look strong and independent rather than making women look sexy and attractive In his designs Yamamoto hopes to establish the feeling of nobility and intelligence instead of sexuality He designs clothes that women can feel comfortable in and free them from constraints of feeling like they are being judged based on their physical attributes Not only that Yamamoto also corporate his men s design and adapt them for women He wanted women to dress the way they want rather than having the society decide what they can or cannot wear He describes the use of black color in such a beautiful way as he calls it EMBRACING BLACK THAT ABSORBS ALL OTHER COLORS AND HAVING THE DEPTH OF SHADOW 73
INSPIRATION FROM THE MASTER YOHJI YAMAMOTO  J  apan   s elegant king of noir and the creator of Adidas    Y-3, is a father...
INSPIRATION FROM THE MASTER YOHJI YAMAMOTO J apan s elegant king of noir and the creator of Adidas Y 3 is a father of Fashion to me His sense of Design and avant garde spirit in his clothing frequently creating designs far removed from current trends Yohji s work s reflects the zeitgeist period of the time as the style of his clothing is based on traditional Japanese dress of the 18th century His signature oversized silhouettes in black often feature drapery in varying textures shows utter influence from his culture I admire Yohji Yamamoto s free from constraints design style He is one of the most influential designers of the modern era His Philosophy taking a different cultural perspective I belong to completely believe in designing clothes in making women look strong and independent rather than making women look sexy and attractive In his designs Yamamoto hopes to establish the feeling of nobility and intelligence instead of sexuality He designs clothes that women can feel comfortable in and free them from constraints of feeling like they are being judged based on their physical attributes Not only that Yamamoto also corporate his men s design and adapt them for women He wanted women to dress the way they want rather than having the society decide what they can or cannot wear He describes the use of black color in such a beautiful way as he calls it EMBRACING BLACK THAT ABSORBS ALL OTHER COLORS AND HAVING THE DEPTH OF SHADOW 73
INSPIRATION FROM THE MASTER YOHJI YAMAMOTO  J  apan   s elegant king of noir and the creator of Adidas    Y-3, is a father...
HISTORY 1972 STARTED THE FIRST BRAND Y S 1977 PRESENTED THE FIRST COLLECTION IN TOKYO 1981 PRESENTED THE FIRST COLLECTION IN PARIS 1982 PRESENTED THE FIRST COLLECTION IN NEW YORK 1984 PRESENTED THE FIRST MEN S WEAR COLLECTION IN PARIS 1988 OPENED YOHJI YAMAMOTO AOYAMA SHOP 1989 WIM WENDERS FILM PORTRAIT OF YOHJI YAMAMOTO NOTEBOOK ON CITIES AND CLOTHES 1991 PRESENTED YOHJI YAMAMOTO HOMME COLLECTION 6 1THE MEN WITH COMME DES GAR ONS 1995 PRESENTED YOHJI YAMAMOTO FEMME COLLECTION IN SAPPORO INTRODUCED YOHJI YAMAMOTO NOIR 1999 DESIGNED COSTUMES FOR TAKESHI KITANO S FILM BROTHER 2002 PUBLISHED TALKING TO MYSELF BY YOHJI YAMAMOTO APPOINTED AS CREATIVE DIRECTOR FOR Y 3 SPORTS STYLE DIVISION OF ADIDAS PRESENTED THE FIRST COLLECTION OF Y S IN PARIS EXHIBITED YOHJI YAMAMOTO MAY I HELP YOU AT MAISON EUROP ENNE DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE IN PARIS DESIGNED COSTUMES FOR TAKESHI KITANO S FILM DOLLS 2003 EXHIBITED YOHJI YAMAMOTO MAY I HELP YOU AT HARA MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART IN TOKYO 2005 EXHIBITED CORRESPONDENCES YOHJI YAMAMOTO AT GALLERIA D ARTE MODERNA DI PALAZZO PITTI FIRENZE ITALY EXHIBITED YOHJI YAMAMOTO JUSTE DES V TEMENTS AT THE MUS E DE LA MODE ET DU TEXTILE PARIS FRANCE LAUNCH OF A MAGAZINE CURATED BY YOHJI YAMAMOTO 2006 EXHIBITED YOHJI YAMAMOTO DREAM SHOP AT THE MODE MUSEUM ANTWERP BELGIUM 2008 PRESENTED Y S FASHION SHOW AT THE ANCESTRAL TEMPLE OF THE FORBIDDEN CITY BEIJING CHINA 2009 OPENED YOHJI YAMAMOTO PARIS CAMBON SHOP 2010 PRESENTED YOHJI YAMAMOTO HOMME COLLECTION YOHJI YAMAMOTO THE MEN 4 1 2010 TOKYO FIRST TIME AFTER 19 YEARS 2011 YOHJI YAMAMOTO WILL OPEN HIS FIRST UK SOLO EXHIBITION CELEBRATING HIS LIFE AND WORK AT THE VICTORIA ALBERT MUSEUM IN LONDON PHOTO EXHIBITION OF YOHJI YAMAMOTO HISTORY HELD AT YOHJI YAMAMOTO AOYAMA STORE IN COMMEMORATION OF 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF DEBUT AT PARIS FASHION WEEK 2012 FIRST PUBLIC EXHIBIT IN JAPAN OF ARTWORKS BY DESIGNER YOHJI YAMAMOTO AT YOHJI YAMAMOTO AOYAMA STORE YOHJI YAMAMOTO IS DELIGHTED TO INTRODUCE HIS NEW LINE REGULATION YOHJI YAMAMOTO EXHIBITION WAS HELD IN DESIGN MUSEUM HOLON IN ISRAEL 2013 DURING 2013 14AW PARIS REDAY TO WEAR FASHION WEEK YOHJI YAMAMOTO S NEW COLLECTION LINE REGUALATION YOHJI YAMAMOTO MEN WAS RELEASED Y S NEW COLLECTION LINE Y S EXCLUSIVE WAS RELEASED
HISTORY  1972  STARTED THE FIRST BRAND Y   S 1977  PRESENTED THE FIRST COLLECTION IN TOKYO 1981  PRESENTED THE FIRST COLLE...
HISTORY 1972 STARTED THE FIRST BRAND Y S 1977 PRESENTED THE FIRST COLLECTION IN TOKYO 1981 PRESENTED THE FIRST COLLECTION IN PARIS 1982 PRESENTED THE FIRST COLLECTION IN NEW YORK 1984 PRESENTED THE FIRST MEN S WEAR COLLECTION IN PARIS 1988 OPENED YOHJI YAMAMOTO AOYAMA SHOP 1989 WIM WENDERS FILM PORTRAIT OF YOHJI YAMAMOTO NOTEBOOK ON CITIES AND CLOTHES 1991 PRESENTED YOHJI YAMAMOTO HOMME COLLECTION 6 1THE MEN WITH COMME DES GAR ONS 1995 PRESENTED YOHJI YAMAMOTO FEMME COLLECTION IN SAPPORO INTRODUCED YOHJI YAMAMOTO NOIR 1999 DESIGNED COSTUMES FOR TAKESHI KITANO S FILM BROTHER 2002 PUBLISHED TALKING TO MYSELF BY YOHJI YAMAMOTO APPOINTED AS CREATIVE DIRECTOR FOR Y 3 SPORTS STYLE DIVISION OF ADIDAS PRESENTED THE FIRST COLLECTION OF Y S IN PARIS EXHIBITED YOHJI YAMAMOTO MAY I HELP YOU AT MAISON EUROP ENNE DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE IN PARIS DESIGNED COSTUMES FOR TAKESHI KITANO S FILM DOLLS 2003 EXHIBITED YOHJI YAMAMOTO MAY I HELP YOU AT HARA MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART IN TOKYO 2005 EXHIBITED CORRESPONDENCES YOHJI YAMAMOTO AT GALLERIA D ARTE MODERNA DI PALAZZO PITTI FIRENZE ITALY EXHIBITED YOHJI YAMAMOTO JUSTE DES V TEMENTS AT THE MUS E DE LA MODE ET DU TEXTILE PARIS FRANCE LAUNCH OF A MAGAZINE CURATED BY YOHJI YAMAMOTO 2006 EXHIBITED YOHJI YAMAMOTO DREAM SHOP AT THE MODE MUSEUM ANTWERP BELGIUM 2008 PRESENTED Y S FASHION SHOW AT THE ANCESTRAL TEMPLE OF THE FORBIDDEN CITY BEIJING CHINA 2009 OPENED YOHJI YAMAMOTO PARIS CAMBON SHOP 2010 PRESENTED YOHJI YAMAMOTO HOMME COLLECTION YOHJI YAMAMOTO THE MEN 4 1 2010 TOKYO FIRST TIME AFTER 19 YEARS 2011 YOHJI YAMAMOTO WILL OPEN HIS FIRST UK SOLO EXHIBITION CELEBRATING HIS LIFE AND WORK AT THE VICTORIA ALBERT MUSEUM IN LONDON PHOTO EXHIBITION OF YOHJI YAMAMOTO HISTORY HELD AT YOHJI YAMAMOTO AOYAMA STORE IN COMMEMORATION OF 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF DEBUT AT PARIS FASHION WEEK 2012 FIRST PUBLIC EXHIBIT IN JAPAN OF ARTWORKS BY DESIGNER YOHJI YAMAMOTO AT YOHJI YAMAMOTO AOYAMA STORE YOHJI YAMAMOTO IS DELIGHTED TO INTRODUCE HIS NEW LINE REGULATION YOHJI YAMAMOTO EXHIBITION WAS HELD IN DESIGN MUSEUM HOLON IN ISRAEL 2013 DURING 2013 14AW PARIS REDAY TO WEAR FASHION WEEK YOHJI YAMAMOTO S NEW COLLECTION LINE REGUALATION YOHJI YAMAMOTO MEN WAS RELEASED Y S NEW COLLECTION LINE Y S EXCLUSIVE WAS RELEASED
HISTORY  1972  STARTED THE FIRST BRAND Y   S 1977  PRESENTED THE FIRST COLLECTION IN TOKYO 1981  PRESENTED THE FIRST COLLE...
DESIGN PHILOSOPHY OF YOHJI S SPORTSWEAR BRAND THE Y STANDS FOR YOHJI YAMAMOTO THE 3 REPRESENTS ADIDAS THREE SIGNATURE STRIPES AND THE SIGNIFIES THE BOND BETWEEN THE TWO Ten years ago together with adidas we created something that did not exist before and completely projected the future My desire was and is to make sportswear elegant and chic Adidas is a very personal inspiration to me it enriches my creative life Yohji Yamamoto 2011 76
DESIGN PHILOSOPHY OF YOHJI   S SPORTSWEAR BRAND  THE Y STANDS FOR YOHJI YAMAMOTO THE 3 REPRESENTS ADIDAS    THREE SIGNATUR...
DESIGN PHILOSOPHY OF YOHJI S SPORTSWEAR BRAND THE Y STANDS FOR YOHJI YAMAMOTO THE 3 REPRESENTS ADIDAS THREE SIGNATURE STRIPES AND THE SIGNIFIES THE BOND BETWEEN THE TWO Ten years ago together with adidas we created something that did not exist before and completely projected the future My desire was and is to make sportswear elegant and chic Adidas is a very personal inspiration to me it enriches my creative life Yohji Yamamoto 2011 76
DESIGN PHILOSOPHY OF YOHJI   S SPORTSWEAR BRAND  THE Y STANDS FOR YOHJI YAMAMOTO THE 3 REPRESENTS ADIDAS    THREE SIGNATUR...
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Y III ELEGANCE BLACK KOREAN VELVET WITH SATIN LINING 83 82
Y-III ELEGANCE  BLACK KOREAN VELVET WITH SATIN LINING  83            82
Y III ELEGANCE BLACK KOREAN VELVET WITH SATIN LINING 83 82
Y-III ELEGANCE  BLACK KOREAN VELVET WITH SATIN LINING  83            82
THE ASSYMETRICALVELVET JACKET 85 84
THE ASSYMETRICALVELVET JACKET  85            84
THE ASSYMETRICALVELVET JACKET 85 84
THE ASSYMETRICALVELVET JACKET  85            84
BLACK POLY COTTON TEXTURED FABRIC Y III PERFORMANCE 89 88
BLACK POLY COTTON TEXTURED FABRIC  Y-III  PERFORMANCE  89            88
BLACK POLY COTTON TEXTURED FABRIC Y III PERFORMANCE 89 88
BLACK POLY COTTON TEXTURED FABRIC  Y-III  PERFORMANCE  89            88
THE CURVED STRIPES HAREMSHORTS 91 90
THE CURVED STRIPES HAREMSHORTS  91            90
THE CURVED STRIPES HAREMSHORTS 91 90
THE CURVED STRIPES HAREMSHORTS  91            90
THE ASSYMETRICAL BIKER VEST 95 94 BLACK LEATHER FINISHED FABRIC WITH BLUE SATIN LINING
THE ASSYMETRICAL BIKER VEST  95            94  BLACK LEATHER FINISHED FABRIC WITH BLUE SATIN LINING
THE ASSYMETRICAL BIKER VEST 95 94 BLACK LEATHER FINISHED FABRIC WITH BLUE SATIN LINING
THE ASSYMETRICAL BIKER VEST  95            94  BLACK LEATHER FINISHED FABRIC WITH BLUE SATIN LINING
Y III AVANT GARDE BLACK POLY COTTON TEXTURED FABRIC WITH SHINY POLY PIPING 99 98
Y-III AVANT GARDE  BLACK POLY COTTON TEXTURED FABRIC WITH SHINY POLY PIPING  99            98
Y III AVANT GARDE BLACK POLY COTTON TEXTURED FABRIC WITH SHINY POLY PIPING 99 98
Y-III AVANT GARDE  BLACK POLY COTTON TEXTURED FABRIC WITH SHINY POLY PIPING  99            98
THE ASSYMETRICAL SCARF JACKET 101 100
THE ASSYMETRICAL SCARF JACKET  101            100
THE ASSYMETRICAL SCARF JACKET 101 100
THE ASSYMETRICAL SCARF JACKET  101            100
Y III SAMURAI BLACK LEATHER BLACK AND GREY BAUME WOOL LEATHER FINISH COATED FABRIC 105 104
Y-III SAMURAI  BLACK LEATHER BLACK AND GREY BAUME WOOL LEATHER FINISH COATED FABRIC  105            104
Y III SAMURAI BLACK LEATHER BLACK AND GREY BAUME WOOL LEATHER FINISH COATED FABRIC 105 104
Y-III SAMURAI  BLACK LEATHER BLACK AND GREY BAUME WOOL LEATHER FINISH COATED FABRIC  105            104
THE ASSYMETRICAL SAMURAI KILT 107 106
THE ASSYMETRICAL SAMURAI KILT  107            106
THE ASSYMETRICAL SAMURAI KILT 107 106
THE ASSYMETRICAL SAMURAI KILT  107            106
Y III PERFORMANCE BLACK POLYESTER SPANDEX PERFORMANCE FABRIC 111 110
Y-III PERFORMANCE  BLACK POLYESTER SPANDEX PERFORMANCE FABRIC  111            110
Y III PERFORMANCE BLACK POLYESTER SPANDEX PERFORMANCE FABRIC 111 110
Y-III PERFORMANCE  BLACK POLYESTER SPANDEX PERFORMANCE FABRIC  111            110
THE TWISTED BODY PERFORMANCET SHIRT 113 112
THE TWISTED BODY PERFORMANCET-SHIRT  113            112
THE TWISTED BODY PERFORMANCET SHIRT 113 112
THE TWISTED BODY PERFORMANCET-SHIRT  113            112
Y III MONOCHROME BLACK AND WHITE POLYESTER FABRIC WITH COATED LEATHER FINISH 117 116
Y-III MONOCHROME    BLACK AND WHITE POLYESTER FABRIC WITH COATED LEATHER FINISH  117            116
Y III MONOCHROME BLACK AND WHITE POLYESTER FABRIC WITH COATED LEATHER FINISH 117 116
Y-III MONOCHROME    BLACK AND WHITE POLYESTER FABRIC WITH COATED LEATHER FINISH  117            116
THE MONOCHROME HAREM PERFORMANCE PANTS 118
THE MONOCHROME HAREM PERFORMANCE PANTS       118
THE MONOCHROME HAREM PERFORMANCE PANTS 118
THE MONOCHROME HAREM PERFORMANCE PANTS       118
Y III DESIRE BLACK LEATHER FINISHED FABRIC WITH BLUE SATIN LINING 123 122
Y-III DESIRE  BLACK LEATHER FINISHED FABRIC WITH BLUE SATIN LINING  123            122
Y III DESIRE BLACK LEATHER FINISHED FABRIC WITH BLUE SATIN LINING 123 122
Y-III DESIRE  BLACK LEATHER FINISHED FABRIC WITH BLUE SATIN LINING  123            122
THE HALF CIRCLE CAPE 125 124
THE HALF CIRCLE CAPE  125            124
THE HALF CIRCLE CAPE 125 124
THE HALF CIRCLE CAPE  125            124
THE 3 ZIPPER HAREM PANTS 127 126
THE 3-ZIPPER HAREM PANTS  127            126
THE 3 ZIPPER HAREM PANTS 127 126
THE 3-ZIPPER HAREM PANTS  127            126
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Y III DIMENSION BLACK LEATHER FINISHED FABRIC 131 130
Y-III DIMENSION  BLACK LEATHER FINISHED FABRIC  131            130
Y III DIMENSION BLACK LEATHER FINISHED FABRIC 131 130
Y-III DIMENSION  BLACK LEATHER FINISHED FABRIC  131            130
STAINLESS STEEL AN ART DRIVEN PROCESS BASED COLLECTION THE BRIEF For this course you need visit the High Museum of Art Atlanta Really spend time there and get inspirations from artworks or even from the architecture of the museum Take lots of photographs and draw the artworks which you like Grab as much information as you can Select an artwork that inspired you based on your research Select a designer of your choice as if he was assigned to design a collection based on it WOW ALI YOU HAVE SOME INCREDIBLE TALENT HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT MOVING INTO HIGH END COSTUME DESIGN MANY OF YOUR DESIGNS ARE BREATHTAKING I CAN IMAGINE THEM ON THE BIG SCREEN I WILL PASS YOUR LINK OVER TO OUR RECRUITERS IN GERMANY WHO WORK WITH THE Y 3 TEAM CHEERS Be the first hand resource which YOU have found inspirational From this you will then design and create a series of four outfits which respond to the brief in a way which is personal to you yet depicts the Artwork of the Artist you choose A ANDY SHEARER ADIDAS CREATIVE TEAM 133
STAINLESS STEEL AN ART DRIVEN PROCESS BASED COLLECTION  THE BRIEF  For this course you need visit the High Museum of Art A...
STAINLESS STEEL AN ART DRIVEN PROCESS BASED COLLECTION THE BRIEF For this course you need visit the High Museum of Art Atlanta Really spend time there and get inspirations from artworks or even from the architecture of the museum Take lots of photographs and draw the artworks which you like Grab as much information as you can Select an artwork that inspired you based on your research Select a designer of your choice as if he was assigned to design a collection based on it WOW ALI YOU HAVE SOME INCREDIBLE TALENT HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT MOVING INTO HIGH END COSTUME DESIGN MANY OF YOUR DESIGNS ARE BREATHTAKING I CAN IMAGINE THEM ON THE BIG SCREEN I WILL PASS YOUR LINK OVER TO OUR RECRUITERS IN GERMANY WHO WORK WITH THE Y 3 TEAM CHEERS Be the first hand resource which YOU have found inspirational From this you will then design and create a series of four outfits which respond to the brief in a way which is personal to you yet depicts the Artwork of the Artist you choose A ANDY SHEARER ADIDAS CREATIVE TEAM 133
STAINLESS STEEL AN ART DRIVEN PROCESS BASED COLLECTION  THE BRIEF  For this course you need visit the High Museum of Art A...
On March 25th 2014 after giving it heavily promotes artists this course outline Prof Hughes from the region and bears the gave us the money to buy the distinction of being the only tickets to the museum and told us major North American museum that with a department dedicated I want you guys to go there and have fun spend the whole day and get inspired but I do need the receipts especially from you Ali Saying in his quirky to folk and self taught art The High museum permanent collections are composed of over 14 000 pieces and feature American decorative arts from 17th century to present day European art from Renaissance to Impressionism American 19th and 20th century art folk attitude as he wasn t sure that I art African art photography would even go to the museum and American and international modern and contemporary art ABOUT THE MUSEUM A very comprehensive selection The High Museum of Art of prominent artists is presented colloquially the High visually from Tiepolo to Monet from John stunning is the leading art Singer Sargent to Ellsworth Kelly museum in the Southeastern The building itself is a United States This fine art masterpiece Opened in 1983 museum is one of Atlanta s biggest the 135 000 sq ft white enamel cultural attractions There s a exterior structure designed by whole lot going on here and a Richard Meier another three wide range of periods covered aluminum buildings designed by The museum exhibits are a Renzo Piano little bit Met a little bit MoMA and a quite bit of Southern 135 134
On March 25th 2014, after giving   it heavily promotes artists  this course outline, Prof. Hughes  from the region and bea...
On March 25th 2014 after giving it heavily promotes artists this course outline Prof Hughes from the region and bears the gave us the money to buy the distinction of being the only tickets to the museum and told us major North American museum that with a department dedicated I want you guys to go there and have fun spend the whole day and get inspired but I do need the receipts especially from you Ali Saying in his quirky to folk and self taught art The High museum permanent collections are composed of over 14 000 pieces and feature American decorative arts from 17th century to present day European art from Renaissance to Impressionism American 19th and 20th century art folk attitude as he wasn t sure that I art African art photography would even go to the museum and American and international modern and contemporary art ABOUT THE MUSEUM A very comprehensive selection The High Museum of Art of prominent artists is presented colloquially the High visually from Tiepolo to Monet from John stunning is the leading art Singer Sargent to Ellsworth Kelly museum in the Southeastern The building itself is a United States This fine art masterpiece Opened in 1983 museum is one of Atlanta s biggest the 135 000 sq ft white enamel cultural attractions There s a exterior structure designed by whole lot going on here and a Richard Meier another three wide range of periods covered aluminum buildings designed by The museum exhibits are a Renzo Piano little bit Met a little bit MoMA and a quite bit of Southern 135 134
On March 25th 2014, after giving   it heavily promotes artists  this course outline, Prof. Hughes  from the region and bea...
T he visit to the High was much of inspiration yet the day felt short for this place to be explored fully will take a week Took a lot of photographs even drew some of them but spent time mostly just looking at them trying to get it absorbed as much as possible The architecture of the building being highly inspirational geometrical angular shapes complemented my style of design Looking to find more I saw a round metallic dish suspended on the wall it was something completely out of this world 137 136
T  he visit to the High was much of inspiration, yet  the day felt short for this place to be explored fully, will take a ...
T he visit to the High was much of inspiration yet the day felt short for this place to be explored fully will take a week Took a lot of photographs even drew some of them but spent time mostly just looking at them trying to get it absorbed as much as possible The architecture of the building being highly inspirational geometrical angular shapes complemented my style of design Looking to find more I saw a round metallic dish suspended on the wall it was something completely out of this world 137 136
T  he visit to the High was much of inspiration, yet  the day felt short for this place to be explored fully, will take a ...
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STANDING IN FRONT OF IT YOU FEEL IN A DIFFERENT AURA OR DIMENSION COMBINED ART WITH SCIENCE INTO A LAYERED A MULTI SENSORY EXPERIENCE NAMED UNTITLED BY THE FAMOUS ANISH KAPOOR THE STAINLESS STEEL CONCAVE DISH CREATING THE UNCANNY SENSE OF LIMITLESSNESS THROUGH THE MYRIAD FRACTURED REFLECTIONS OF MYSELF IN ITS SURFACE AND THE ASTONISHING ACOUSTIC EFFECTS THAT ITS CONCAVE FORM PRODUCED IT JUST PERSUADED ME TO MAKE OUTFITS 141 140
   STANDING IN FRONT OF IT YOU FEEL IN A DIFFERENT AURA OR DIMENSION. COMBINED ART WITH SCIENCE INTO A LAYERED, A MULTI-SE...
STANDING IN FRONT OF IT YOU FEEL IN A DIFFERENT AURA OR DIMENSION COMBINED ART WITH SCIENCE INTO A LAYERED A MULTI SENSORY EXPERIENCE NAMED UNTITLED BY THE FAMOUS ANISH KAPOOR THE STAINLESS STEEL CONCAVE DISH CREATING THE UNCANNY SENSE OF LIMITLESSNESS THROUGH THE MYRIAD FRACTURED REFLECTIONS OF MYSELF IN ITS SURFACE AND THE ASTONISHING ACOUSTIC EFFECTS THAT ITS CONCAVE FORM PRODUCED IT JUST PERSUADED ME TO MAKE OUTFITS 141 140
   STANDING IN FRONT OF IT YOU FEEL IN A DIFFERENT AURA OR DIMENSION. COMBINED ART WITH SCIENCE INTO A LAYERED, A MULTI-SE...
PROCESS T he designer which first came in mind was Charles James the genius who s known for unorthodox creative process was an already an inspiration from the prior collection and who better then him would have made this collection which such passion His art of sculpting fabric into inventive fashion was heavily needed as this was the time to look things differently not merely as clothes or shape as James would call them THREE DIMENSIONAL SCULPTURE THAT COMES ALIVE ONCE ON A HUMAN BODY 143 142 This collection had nothing to do with mainstream fashion either wasn t anything constricted by the normal dressmaking conventions theories or techniques It was just merely meant making fashion as wearable art the phrase which later on transformed into passion and a signature style carried in my later work
PROCESS   T  he designer, which first came in mind was Charles James, the genius who   s known for unorthodox creative pro...
PROCESS T he designer which first came in mind was Charles James the genius who s known for unorthodox creative process was an already an inspiration from the prior collection and who better then him would have made this collection which such passion His art of sculpting fabric into inventive fashion was heavily needed as this was the time to look things differently not merely as clothes or shape as James would call them THREE DIMENSIONAL SCULPTURE THAT COMES ALIVE ONCE ON A HUMAN BODY 143 142 This collection had nothing to do with mainstream fashion either wasn t anything constricted by the normal dressmaking conventions theories or techniques It was just merely meant making fashion as wearable art the phrase which later on transformed into passion and a signature style carried in my later work
PROCESS   T  he designer, which first came in mind was Charles James, the genius who   s known for unorthodox creative pro...
INITIAL CONCEPT SKETCHES
INITIAL CONCEPT SKETCHES
INITIAL CONCEPT SKETCHES
INITIAL CONCEPT SKETCHES
L ater on in a discussion with Mark he suddenly pulled out two books from the back of his hypothetical trench coat which were on Origami the Japanese paper folding technique and told me to go and play with it Taking 8 5 x 11 paper sheets and an action figure I started my journey of discovering the depth of innovation and the multi dimensional nuance rapt me enough to use it in my collection These were shapes which we never known to me came into existence as i kept on playing with it This would make an amazing collection I thought 147 146
L  ater on in a discussion with Mark, he suddenly pulled out two books from the back of his hypothetical trench coat, whic...
L ater on in a discussion with Mark he suddenly pulled out two books from the back of his hypothetical trench coat which were on Origami the Japanese paper folding technique and told me to go and play with it Taking 8 5 x 11 paper sheets and an action figure I started my journey of discovering the depth of innovation and the multi dimensional nuance rapt me enough to use it in my collection These were shapes which we never known to me came into existence as i kept on playing with it This would make an amazing collection I thought 147 146
L  ater on in a discussion with Mark, he suddenly pulled out two books from the back of his hypothetical trench coat, whic...
INITIAL SHAPE FORMATION 149 148
INITIAL SHAPE FORMATION 149            148
INITIAL SHAPE FORMATION 149 148
INITIAL SHAPE FORMATION 149            148
A fter developing shapes on the smaller scale with paper on the figure I made full scale models in Oak tag paper and it look great The challenge came to cut and fold the metal look alike plastic into the same shapes made first with paper These were precisely calculated highly geometrical threedimensional shapes very hard to form by a stiff material It took a lot time and effort to actually construct these shapes The origami inspired shapes made in Oak tag was then divided into pieces and made into a pattern which would make it a bit easier to form the shapes in the real material 151 150
A  fter developing shapes on the smaller scale with paper on the figure, I made full-scale models in Oak tag paper and it ...
A fter developing shapes on the smaller scale with paper on the figure I made full scale models in Oak tag paper and it look great The challenge came to cut and fold the metal look alike plastic into the same shapes made first with paper These were precisely calculated highly geometrical threedimensional shapes very hard to form by a stiff material It took a lot time and effort to actually construct these shapes The origami inspired shapes made in Oak tag was then divided into pieces and made into a pattern which would make it a bit easier to form the shapes in the real material 151 150
A  fter developing shapes on the smaller scale with paper on the figure, I made full-scale models in Oak tag paper and it ...
FULL SCALE SHAPE FORMATION 153 152
FULL- SCALE SHAPE FORMATION 153            152
FULL SCALE SHAPE FORMATION 153 152
FULL- SCALE SHAPE FORMATION 153            152
FULL SCALE SHAPE FORMATION 155 154
FULL- SCALE SHAPE FORMATION 155            154
FULL SCALE SHAPE FORMATION 155 154
FULL- SCALE SHAPE FORMATION 155            154
Later on half way in my collection i shared this idea with Maxine Stores one of the teachers at SCAD She gave me an idea to look up FREDERIC C HAMILTON BUILDING at the DENVER ART MUSEUM as my collection was about art and was all about geometrical structural shapes The Extension to the Denver Art Museum The Frederic C Hamilton Building is an expansion and addition to the existing museum designed by the Italian Architect Gio Ponti The 146 000 square foot Hamilton Building opened to the public October 7 2006 The materials of the building closely relate to the existing context as well as innovative new materials The building is covered in 9 000 titanium panels which together forms spaces that connect to the 21st Century The building is covered in 9 000 titanium panels From its foundation to the present inspires the form of the new museum Coupled with the magnificent topography with its breathtaking views of the sky and the Rocky Mountains the dialogue between the boldness of construction and the romanticism of the landscape creates a unique place in the world The bold and forward looking engagement of the public in forging its own cultural urban and spirited destiny The Hamilton Building s design recalls the peaks of the Rocky Mountains and geometric rock crystals found in the foothills near Denver I got inspired from the light and geometry of the place giving completion to my concept in making the collection it is just breathtaking structure 156
Later on half way in my collection, i shared this idea with Maxine Stores, one of the teachers at SCAD. She gave me an ide...
Later on half way in my collection i shared this idea with Maxine Stores one of the teachers at SCAD She gave me an idea to look up FREDERIC C HAMILTON BUILDING at the DENVER ART MUSEUM as my collection was about art and was all about geometrical structural shapes The Extension to the Denver Art Museum The Frederic C Hamilton Building is an expansion and addition to the existing museum designed by the Italian Architect Gio Ponti The 146 000 square foot Hamilton Building opened to the public October 7 2006 The materials of the building closely relate to the existing context as well as innovative new materials The building is covered in 9 000 titanium panels which together forms spaces that connect to the 21st Century The building is covered in 9 000 titanium panels From its foundation to the present inspires the form of the new museum Coupled with the magnificent topography with its breathtaking views of the sky and the Rocky Mountains the dialogue between the boldness of construction and the romanticism of the landscape creates a unique place in the world The bold and forward looking engagement of the public in forging its own cultural urban and spirited destiny The Hamilton Building s design recalls the peaks of the Rocky Mountains and geometric rock crystals found in the foothills near Denver I got inspired from the light and geometry of the place giving completion to my concept in making the collection it is just breathtaking structure 156
Later on half way in my collection, i shared this idea with Maxine Stores, one of the teachers at SCAD. She gave me an ide...
Mark showed me a film Qui tes vous Polly Maggoo A 1966 French film translating Who Are You Polly Maggoo Directed by William Klein It was a satirical art house movie spoofing the fashion world and its excesses He made this wild incursion into the world of Parisian haute couture Elegant yet scathing The opening seven minutes starting with a coughing sound of women showed Top fashion models wearing sharpedged aluminum dresses and walking on the runway filmed beautifully in black and white inspired me to make my origami based shapes in metal pieces bolted down on a human body It was also shown in the film few models literally bleeding from sharpedged aluminum dresses So it was evident to use another lightweight good structure material to imitate metal sheets as I never wanted that to happen with my models I tried out many materials and later found this black plastic sheet used in making Sloper patterns in an art store and made it look like metal by covering it with silver chrome sticker sheets 159
Mark showed me a film     Qui   tes-vous, Polly Maggoo    ,  A 1966 French film translating Who Are You, Polly Maggoo  , D...
Mark showed me a film Qui tes vous Polly Maggoo A 1966 French film translating Who Are You Polly Maggoo Directed by William Klein It was a satirical art house movie spoofing the fashion world and its excesses He made this wild incursion into the world of Parisian haute couture Elegant yet scathing The opening seven minutes starting with a coughing sound of women showed Top fashion models wearing sharpedged aluminum dresses and walking on the runway filmed beautifully in black and white inspired me to make my origami based shapes in metal pieces bolted down on a human body It was also shown in the film few models literally bleeding from sharpedged aluminum dresses So it was evident to use another lightweight good structure material to imitate metal sheets as I never wanted that to happen with my models I tried out many materials and later found this black plastic sheet used in making Sloper patterns in an art store and made it look like metal by covering it with silver chrome sticker sheets 159
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W e shot a film named Stainless steel just like shown in Who Are You Polly Maggoo filmed in black and white by Bernard Jackson and amazingly photographed by Brittany Mullins capturing the installation of this artifact on human body rotating the screw driver in clock ward motion piece by piece bolt by bolt showcasing the reaction of these metallic pieces when joined together on a human body The shapes created the mystic sense of limitlessness through the myriad fractured reflections in its surface just like the stainless steel concave dish made it as a tribute to the Artist 177 176 It was quite surreal to see an Art installaion on a body which felt creatively very satisfying
W  e shot a film named Stainless steel, just like shown in    Who Are You, Polly Maggoo     filmed in black and white by B...
W e shot a film named Stainless steel just like shown in Who Are You Polly Maggoo filmed in black and white by Bernard Jackson and amazingly photographed by Brittany Mullins capturing the installation of this artifact on human body rotating the screw driver in clock ward motion piece by piece bolt by bolt showcasing the reaction of these metallic pieces when joined together on a human body The shapes created the mystic sense of limitlessness through the myriad fractured reflections in its surface just like the stainless steel concave dish made it as a tribute to the Artist 177 176 It was quite surreal to see an Art installaion on a body which felt creatively very satisfying
W  e shot a film named Stainless steel, just like shown in    Who Are You, Polly Maggoo     filmed in black and white by B...
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REVIEW By Lamella Bowles Art If I had a dime for every time that word has been used to describe a collection and I m guilty as any it would be down parkas for each and every one of those shivering style stars And what I believe if this is understood properly will be a trendsetter for looking fashion in a totally different manner undoubtedly Fortunately though this collection Art is Fashion Fashion is Art created by Khan the student of Savannah College of Art and Design revolves almost entirely around the artwork of High Museum of Art Atlanta and Charles James which I believe is the father of fashion in his genre It can be a called as an Art from James by Khan Which might be an artsy name given by me but trust me this whole collection is about Art I will refer it as four art pieces which actually makes that collection Tailored is not a word that comes in front of mind In khan s hand and through his shape focused lens highly depicts Art installation on Human Body The idea of his collection takes on a Sculptural quality diverse with fashion strangely true Khan s use of Origami and Metal bolted structures manages to stand out and leaves us creatively pleased actually it s such an Art the way he has combined these two things to give three dimensional structure shape and form which was a very bold approach and credit has to be given for that experimentation Khan constructed this collection based of Untitled the much famous stainless steel concave dish by Anish Kapoor from the High Museum as his inspiration That s where the whole geometrical world came from Luckily however Khan had not exhausted his clearly inexhaustible skills in thinking up how its going be worn because the process of putting on those pieces itself is an eye candy for those who believe in creativity small pieces on a naked human body joined by using bolts is Art at its best and should be captured by the lens Art is fashion As Khan says It s a sort of challenge Because it is different from my comfort fashion zone but everything I believe is impossible to make if you don t try I don t know if he said this in different manner as he was looking at a beautiful model passing by of different ethnicity you know that is also possible It s fashion beyond fashion said Khan clearly having the last laugh April 01 2014 8 57a m 207 206
REVIEW By Lamella Bowles Art. If I had a dime for every time that word has been used to describe a collection   and I   m ...
REVIEW By Lamella Bowles Art If I had a dime for every time that word has been used to describe a collection and I m guilty as any it would be down parkas for each and every one of those shivering style stars And what I believe if this is understood properly will be a trendsetter for looking fashion in a totally different manner undoubtedly Fortunately though this collection Art is Fashion Fashion is Art created by Khan the student of Savannah College of Art and Design revolves almost entirely around the artwork of High Museum of Art Atlanta and Charles James which I believe is the father of fashion in his genre It can be a called as an Art from James by Khan Which might be an artsy name given by me but trust me this whole collection is about Art I will refer it as four art pieces which actually makes that collection Tailored is not a word that comes in front of mind In khan s hand and through his shape focused lens highly depicts Art installation on Human Body The idea of his collection takes on a Sculptural quality diverse with fashion strangely true Khan s use of Origami and Metal bolted structures manages to stand out and leaves us creatively pleased actually it s such an Art the way he has combined these two things to give three dimensional structure shape and form which was a very bold approach and credit has to be given for that experimentation Khan constructed this collection based of Untitled the much famous stainless steel concave dish by Anish Kapoor from the High Museum as his inspiration That s where the whole geometrical world came from Luckily however Khan had not exhausted his clearly inexhaustible skills in thinking up how its going be worn because the process of putting on those pieces itself is an eye candy for those who believe in creativity small pieces on a naked human body joined by using bolts is Art at its best and should be captured by the lens Art is fashion As Khan says It s a sort of challenge Because it is different from my comfort fashion zone but everything I believe is impossible to make if you don t try I don t know if he said this in different manner as he was looking at a beautiful model passing by of different ethnicity you know that is also possible It s fashion beyond fashion said Khan clearly having the last laugh April 01 2014 8 57a m 207 206
REVIEW By Lamella Bowles Art. If I had a dime for every time that word has been used to describe a collection   and I   m ...
T his Collection was much praised by the faculty as this was the first time any student attempted such a kind of concept and pulled it of all the way It was a very tough decision first to make a collection combining sculpture and fashion together I would thank Mark Hughes for giving me the freedom to think outside the box and experience such form of Art This collection was published in the 5th Issue of C est Moi Magazine in November 2014
T  his Collection was much praised by the faculty, as this was the first time any student attempted such a kind of concept...
T his Collection was much praised by the faculty as this was the first time any student attempted such a kind of concept and pulled it of all the way It was a very tough decision first to make a collection combining sculpture and fashion together I would thank Mark Hughes for giving me the freedom to think outside the box and experience such form of Art This collection was published in the 5th Issue of C est Moi Magazine in November 2014
T  his Collection was much praised by the faculty, as this was the first time any student attempted such a kind of concept...
ABSTRACT FRANKENSTEIN MASTERS OF ARTS FINAL PROJECT A BOOK DRIVEN THEME BASED COLLECTION THE BRIEF Design a Collection of six complete looks based on the theme projected in the Project Research Proposal Paper reviewed and approved by the graduate committee A Designer can cross the discipline to think outside the box to guide his product to a higher level of design by uniqueness in its approach The purpose of this paper is to explain the significance of an approach which is called Experiment in Design The idea of making this collection is about forming combination of different materials alien to for wearable purposes predominantly in fashion world with premium tailoring fabrics challenging each other and behaving differently leading to Create New Fashion New Shapes and New ideas which in a way is inspired from Frankenstein a novel written by the English author Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley about the young science student Victor Frankenstein who creates a grotesque but sentient creature in an unorthodox scientific experiment Experimentation in terms of the fabrics materials details and innovative ways to make garments this collection will also show the aspect of both fashion Reconstruction and Deconstruction in it The shapes and fits involved in this collection will be also being distinctive and altered as to create something new and innovative On the whole this design collection distinctively will display the combination of Fashion sculpture and engineering which will be its unique approach to set the standards 211 210
ABSTRACT  FRANKENSTEIN MASTERS OF ARTS FINAL PROJECT A BOOK DRIVEN THEME BASED COLLECTION  THE BRIEF  Design a Collection ...
ABSTRACT FRANKENSTEIN MASTERS OF ARTS FINAL PROJECT A BOOK DRIVEN THEME BASED COLLECTION THE BRIEF Design a Collection of six complete looks based on the theme projected in the Project Research Proposal Paper reviewed and approved by the graduate committee A Designer can cross the discipline to think outside the box to guide his product to a higher level of design by uniqueness in its approach The purpose of this paper is to explain the significance of an approach which is called Experiment in Design The idea of making this collection is about forming combination of different materials alien to for wearable purposes predominantly in fashion world with premium tailoring fabrics challenging each other and behaving differently leading to Create New Fashion New Shapes and New ideas which in a way is inspired from Frankenstein a novel written by the English author Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley about the young science student Victor Frankenstein who creates a grotesque but sentient creature in an unorthodox scientific experiment Experimentation in terms of the fabrics materials details and innovative ways to make garments this collection will also show the aspect of both fashion Reconstruction and Deconstruction in it The shapes and fits involved in this collection will be also being distinctive and altered as to create something new and innovative On the whole this design collection distinctively will display the combination of Fashion sculpture and engineering which will be its unique approach to set the standards 211 210
ABSTRACT  FRANKENSTEIN MASTERS OF ARTS FINAL PROJECT A BOOK DRIVEN THEME BASED COLLECTION  THE BRIEF  Design a Collection ...
BACKGROUND On one day Mark gave me two books and a DVD in which one of them was The novel Frankenstein By Mary Shelley The other book was a visually vibrant version of the original Frankenstein by Gris Grimly and the DVD was of the same movie made in 1994 featuring Robert Di Nero The story of the Creature a monster who knows more about his origins He reads Frankenstein s original journal and learns how he was constructed from parts of dead bodies And he is thoughtful Yes I speak and read and think and know the ways of man he says with an echo of Caliban And he asks What of my soul Do I have one What of these people of which I am composed The whole issue of the film is concentrated here Has Frankenstein created a monster or a man De Niro brings a real pathos to the role and there is agony when he asks the scientist Did you ever consider the consequences of your actions And his loneliness is palpable The story which moved me and made me think about What if These dead bodies parts were joined with the clothing they were wearing how would that clothing look like 213 212
BACKGROUND  On one day, Mark gave me two books and a DVD, in which one of them was The novel Frankenstein By Mary Shelley....
BACKGROUND On one day Mark gave me two books and a DVD in which one of them was The novel Frankenstein By Mary Shelley The other book was a visually vibrant version of the original Frankenstein by Gris Grimly and the DVD was of the same movie made in 1994 featuring Robert Di Nero The story of the Creature a monster who knows more about his origins He reads Frankenstein s original journal and learns how he was constructed from parts of dead bodies And he is thoughtful Yes I speak and read and think and know the ways of man he says with an echo of Caliban And he asks What of my soul Do I have one What of these people of which I am composed The whole issue of the film is concentrated here Has Frankenstein created a monster or a man De Niro brings a real pathos to the role and there is agony when he asks the scientist Did you ever consider the consequences of your actions And his loneliness is palpable The story which moved me and made me think about What if These dead bodies parts were joined with the clothing they were wearing how would that clothing look like 213 212
BACKGROUND  On one day, Mark gave me two books and a DVD, in which one of them was The novel Frankenstein By Mary Shelley....
A monster constructed from parts of different bodies his body parts acted differently created a conflict inside his body gave me the idea of using the same concept in fashion to experiment and see how different fabrics and materials behave with each other Using the concept of metal bolted on a body in my previous collection I wanted to take it to another level by combing it with prim tailoring fabrics figuring on how these contradicting materials compliment each other This would not make just six different looks but would create six different monsters within themselves 214
A  monster, constructed from parts of different bodies, his body parts acted differently, created a conflict inside his bo...
A monster constructed from parts of different bodies his body parts acted differently created a conflict inside his body gave me the idea of using the same concept in fashion to experiment and see how different fabrics and materials behave with each other Using the concept of metal bolted on a body in my previous collection I wanted to take it to another level by combing it with prim tailoring fabrics figuring on how these contradicting materials compliment each other This would not make just six different looks but would create six different monsters within themselves 214
A  monster, constructed from parts of different bodies, his body parts acted differently, created a conflict inside his bo...
he background behind T the story Frankenstein is Innovation and Experimentation which is the area I am interested to work on I believe design as in Art is not limited to materials or methods It s a whole new world now as from over the year s Designers have evolved in design innovation and working with different materials Combing different materials is a very vast topic there s always a thin line that makes it look either visually alluring or grievous and much of the importance is given on its execution Being more Avant Garde It was a very difficult subject and very different from my previous work For this I had to go dim to feel this subject The book by Gris grimly helped to achieve this state of mind rimly enlivens the prose while retaining its power to both frighten and engage G sympathy for the monster creator Victor Frankenstein This is a richly morose nightmare of a book a primer for young readers on the pleasures and dangers of decadent languidness Gris Grimly s Frankenstein is a twisted fresh and utterly original full length full color graphic novel adaptation of Mary Shelley s original text brought to life by acclaimed illustrator The first fully illustrated version to use the original 1818 text this handsome volume is destined to capture the imagination of those new to the story as well as those who know it well New York Times bestselling illustrator has long considered Frankenstein to be one of his chief inspirations From the bones and flesh of the original he has cut and stitched Mary Shelley s text to his own artwork creating something entirely new a stunningly original remix both classic and contemporary sinister and seductive heart stopping and heartbreaking 217 216
he background behind T the story Frankenstein is Innovation and  Experimentation, which is the area, I am interested to wo...
he background behind T the story Frankenstein is Innovation and Experimentation which is the area I am interested to work on I believe design as in Art is not limited to materials or methods It s a whole new world now as from over the year s Designers have evolved in design innovation and working with different materials Combing different materials is a very vast topic there s always a thin line that makes it look either visually alluring or grievous and much of the importance is given on its execution Being more Avant Garde It was a very difficult subject and very different from my previous work For this I had to go dim to feel this subject The book by Gris grimly helped to achieve this state of mind rimly enlivens the prose while retaining its power to both frighten and engage G sympathy for the monster creator Victor Frankenstein This is a richly morose nightmare of a book a primer for young readers on the pleasures and dangers of decadent languidness Gris Grimly s Frankenstein is a twisted fresh and utterly original full length full color graphic novel adaptation of Mary Shelley s original text brought to life by acclaimed illustrator The first fully illustrated version to use the original 1818 text this handsome volume is destined to capture the imagination of those new to the story as well as those who know it well New York Times bestselling illustrator has long considered Frankenstein to be one of his chief inspirations From the bones and flesh of the original he has cut and stitched Mary Shelley s text to his own artwork creating something entirely new a stunningly original remix both classic and contemporary sinister and seductive heart stopping and heartbreaking 217 216
he background behind T the story Frankenstein is Innovation and  Experimentation, which is the area, I am interested to wo...
THE ARTISTS WHICH HAVE A HIGHER INSPIRATION ON ME LEADING TO MAKE THIS COLLECTION IS HUSSEIN CHALAYAN WHO IS KNOWN AS FASHION S BIG THINKER HE BELIEVED IN DOING INNOVATIONS AND EXPERIMENTS CHALAYAN ONCE SAID IT LETS YOU CREATE SOMETHING YOU COULDN T HAVE DONE IN THE PAST FROM HIS ENDLESSLY WHIRRING MIND COME FUTUREGAZING GARMENTS THAT TRANSCEND THE RUNWAY AND LIVE OUTSIDE TREND VOGUEDECLARED HIS SPRING 2007 SHOW IN WHICH METAL ANIMATRONIC DRESSES RAPIDLY MORPHED THROUGH MORE THAN A CENTURY OF SILHOUETTES A MOMENT OF PURE MAGIC AND MAGIC IS WHAT WE VE COME TO EXPECT FROM THIS TECHNOLOGY OBSESSED CONJURER WHOSE DESIGNS CONTINUALLY CHALLENGE ANY RECEIVED NOTIONS OF WHAT FASHION CAN BE PUT HIM AS AN INSPIRATIONAL DESIGN MENTOR FOR THIS COLLECTION 218
THE ARTISTS WHICH HAVE A HIGHER INSPIRATION ON ME LEADING TO MAKE THIS COLLECTION IS HUSSEIN CHALAYAN WHO IS KNOWN AS FASH...
THE ARTISTS WHICH HAVE A HIGHER INSPIRATION ON ME LEADING TO MAKE THIS COLLECTION IS HUSSEIN CHALAYAN WHO IS KNOWN AS FASHION S BIG THINKER HE BELIEVED IN DOING INNOVATIONS AND EXPERIMENTS CHALAYAN ONCE SAID IT LETS YOU CREATE SOMETHING YOU COULDN T HAVE DONE IN THE PAST FROM HIS ENDLESSLY WHIRRING MIND COME FUTUREGAZING GARMENTS THAT TRANSCEND THE RUNWAY AND LIVE OUTSIDE TREND VOGUEDECLARED HIS SPRING 2007 SHOW IN WHICH METAL ANIMATRONIC DRESSES RAPIDLY MORPHED THROUGH MORE THAN A CENTURY OF SILHOUETTES A MOMENT OF PURE MAGIC AND MAGIC IS WHAT WE VE COME TO EXPECT FROM THIS TECHNOLOGY OBSESSED CONJURER WHOSE DESIGNS CONTINUALLY CHALLENGE ANY RECEIVED NOTIONS OF WHAT FASHION CAN BE PUT HIM AS AN INSPIRATIONAL DESIGN MENTOR FOR THIS COLLECTION 218
THE ARTISTS WHICH HAVE A HIGHER INSPIRATION ON ME LEADING TO MAKE THIS COLLECTION IS HUSSEIN CHALAYAN WHO IS KNOWN AS FASH...
WITH THE COMPANY OF ALEXANDER MCQUEEN S WORK CALLED ROTATING ON A TURNTABLE WEARING A WHITE DRESS BEING SPRAY PAINTED BY TWO INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS WHICH IN ACTUAL WAS THE INSPIRATION CAME FROM AN INSTALLATION BY THE ARTIST REBECCA HORN OF TWO MACHINE GUNS FIRING PAINT AT EACH OTHER MCQUEEN USED THAT METHOD IN FASHION TO SHOW THE INNOVATIVE TECHNIQUES AND ALTERNATIVE METHODS BEYOND THOUGHT 220
WITH THE COMPANY OF ALEXANDER MCQUEEN   S WORK CALLED    ROTATING ON A TURNTABLE   , WEARING A WHITE DRESS, BEING SPRAY-PA...
WITH THE COMPANY OF ALEXANDER MCQUEEN S WORK CALLED ROTATING ON A TURNTABLE WEARING A WHITE DRESS BEING SPRAY PAINTED BY TWO INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS WHICH IN ACTUAL WAS THE INSPIRATION CAME FROM AN INSTALLATION BY THE ARTIST REBECCA HORN OF TWO MACHINE GUNS FIRING PAINT AT EACH OTHER MCQUEEN USED THAT METHOD IN FASHION TO SHOW THE INNOVATIVE TECHNIQUES AND ALTERNATIVE METHODS BEYOND THOUGHT 220
WITH THE COMPANY OF ALEXANDER MCQUEEN   S WORK CALLED    ROTATING ON A TURNTABLE   , WEARING A WHITE DRESS, BEING SPRAY-PA...
AND THE PRODIGIOUSLY TALENTED DESIGNER AITOR THROUP WHOSE WORK FASCINATED WITH ANATOMY HAS BEEN AN ENCOURAGEMENT IN BUILDING UP THIS IDEA OF FRANKENSTEIN AITOR S DESIGN PROCESS REVOLVES AROUND INNOVATIVE METHODS OF DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION IN PARTICULAR CONSTRUCTION PROCESS WHICH UTILIZES HIS OWN SCULPTURES OF THE HUMAN BODY AS A SYSTEM FOR BLOCKING GARMENTS HIS COLLECTION HAS A STRONG NARRATIVE THREAD RUNNING THROUGH IT AND FEATURED A DIVERSE SELECTION OF INFLUENCES FROM GENERIC MILITARY GARMENTS TO HINDU SYMBOLISM COMING TOGETHER THROUGH UNIQUE TRANSFORMATIONAL PRODUCT FEATURES HIS WAYS OF DESIGN REMINDS ME OF THE SCIENTIST ALCHEMY WHO FIGURED OUT HOW TO BRING A BODY TO LIFE MADE OF HUMAN CORPSE PIECES 223 222
AND THE PRODIGIOUSLY TALENTED DESIGNER AITOR THROUP, WHOSE WORK FASCINATED WITH ANATOMY, HAS BEEN AN ENCOURAGEMENT IN BUIL...
AND THE PRODIGIOUSLY TALENTED DESIGNER AITOR THROUP WHOSE WORK FASCINATED WITH ANATOMY HAS BEEN AN ENCOURAGEMENT IN BUILDING UP THIS IDEA OF FRANKENSTEIN AITOR S DESIGN PROCESS REVOLVES AROUND INNOVATIVE METHODS OF DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION IN PARTICULAR CONSTRUCTION PROCESS WHICH UTILIZES HIS OWN SCULPTURES OF THE HUMAN BODY AS A SYSTEM FOR BLOCKING GARMENTS HIS COLLECTION HAS A STRONG NARRATIVE THREAD RUNNING THROUGH IT AND FEATURED A DIVERSE SELECTION OF INFLUENCES FROM GENERIC MILITARY GARMENTS TO HINDU SYMBOLISM COMING TOGETHER THROUGH UNIQUE TRANSFORMATIONAL PRODUCT FEATURES HIS WAYS OF DESIGN REMINDS ME OF THE SCIENTIST ALCHEMY WHO FIGURED OUT HOW TO BRING A BODY TO LIFE MADE OF HUMAN CORPSE PIECES 223 222
AND THE PRODIGIOUSLY TALENTED DESIGNER AITOR THROUP, WHOSE WORK FASCINATED WITH ANATOMY, HAS BEEN AN ENCOURAGEMENT IN BUIL...
WE CANNOT FORGET YOHJI YAMAMOTO WHO HAS BEEN THE FATHER OF DESIGN FOR ME HIS WORK IN DESIGN FITS AND SHAPES WITH HIS CLASSIC STYLE INSPIRES ME TO AN ACCENT THAT I FEEL LIKE THE ACOLYTE OF YOHJI YAMAMOTO HIS WORK WITH BRAND Y 3 ALSO INSPIRES ME AS IT INVOLVES INNOVATION AND COMBINATION OF SPORTSWEAR AND COUTURE TO MAKE A HIGH END FASHION LINE FOR A SPORTSWEAR BRAND 224
WE CANNOT FORGET YOHJI YAMAMOTO WHO HAS BEEN THE FATHER OF DESIGN FOR ME. HIS WORK IN DESIGN, FITS AND SHAPES WITH HIS CLA...
WE CANNOT FORGET YOHJI YAMAMOTO WHO HAS BEEN THE FATHER OF DESIGN FOR ME HIS WORK IN DESIGN FITS AND SHAPES WITH HIS CLASSIC STYLE INSPIRES ME TO AN ACCENT THAT I FEEL LIKE THE ACOLYTE OF YOHJI YAMAMOTO HIS WORK WITH BRAND Y 3 ALSO INSPIRES ME AS IT INVOLVES INNOVATION AND COMBINATION OF SPORTSWEAR AND COUTURE TO MAKE A HIGH END FASHION LINE FOR A SPORTSWEAR BRAND 224
WE CANNOT FORGET YOHJI YAMAMOTO WHO HAS BEEN THE FATHER OF DESIGN FOR ME. HIS WORK IN DESIGN, FITS AND SHAPES WITH HIS CLA...
THIS COLLECTION IS ALSO INSPIRED BY ARTIST SUCH AS ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG WHO IS KNOWN FOR THE NEO DADA ERA IN ART FOR HIS NEW WAY AND UNUSUAL USE OF MATERIALS IN ART ORIGAMI AS ITS ALL ABOUT SHAPES ARCHITECTURE OF LE CORBUSIER AS IT HAS VERY INTERESTING SHAPES AND MARY SHELLEY AS SHE IS THE AUTHOR OF THIS IDEA CALLED FRANKENSTEIN THESE ALL INCLUDING MORE HAVE HELPED ME BUILDING A CONCEPT AND IDEA TO INCORPORATE THE SENSE OF INNOVATION FOR THIS COLLECTION THERE IS EXTENSIVE AMOUNT OF LITERATURE AND VISUAL CONTENT WHICH I HAVE GONE THROUGH IN BUILDING UP THIS IDEA THE IDEA HAS BEEN DEVELOPED BY JUST NOT ONLY FASHION ORIENTED BUT IT HAS BEEN DEVELOPED RANGING FROM LITERATURE TO FILMS ARCHITECTURE TO TECHNOLOGY AND ARTWORKS TO ANATOMY AND SCULPTING TECHNIQUES 226
THIS COLLECTION IS ALSO INSPIRED BY ARTIST SUCH AS ROBERT  RAUSCHENBERG WHO IS KNOWN FOR THE NEO DADA ERA IN ART FOR HIS N...
THIS COLLECTION IS ALSO INSPIRED BY ARTIST SUCH AS ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG WHO IS KNOWN FOR THE NEO DADA ERA IN ART FOR HIS NEW WAY AND UNUSUAL USE OF MATERIALS IN ART ORIGAMI AS ITS ALL ABOUT SHAPES ARCHITECTURE OF LE CORBUSIER AS IT HAS VERY INTERESTING SHAPES AND MARY SHELLEY AS SHE IS THE AUTHOR OF THIS IDEA CALLED FRANKENSTEIN THESE ALL INCLUDING MORE HAVE HELPED ME BUILDING A CONCEPT AND IDEA TO INCORPORATE THE SENSE OF INNOVATION FOR THIS COLLECTION THERE IS EXTENSIVE AMOUNT OF LITERATURE AND VISUAL CONTENT WHICH I HAVE GONE THROUGH IN BUILDING UP THIS IDEA THE IDEA HAS BEEN DEVELOPED BY JUST NOT ONLY FASHION ORIENTED BUT IT HAS BEEN DEVELOPED RANGING FROM LITERATURE TO FILMS ARCHITECTURE TO TECHNOLOGY AND ARTWORKS TO ANATOMY AND SCULPTING TECHNIQUES 226
THIS COLLECTION IS ALSO INSPIRED BY ARTIST SUCH AS ROBERT  RAUSCHENBERG WHO IS KNOWN FOR THE NEO DADA ERA IN ART FOR HIS N...
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THE DRAPED LOCK HOODIE GREY JERSEY FABRIC METAL LATCH 242
THE DRAPED LOCK HOODIE GREY JERSEY FABRIC METAL LATCH       242
THE DRAPED LOCK HOODIE GREY JERSEY FABRIC METAL LATCH 242
THE DRAPED LOCK HOODIE GREY JERSEY FABRIC METAL LATCH       242
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THE RECONSTRUCTED METAL JACKET BLACK WOOLEN FABRIC WHITE COTTON LINING BLACK POLYMER SHEETS 250
THE  RECONSTRUCTED  METAL JACKET  BLACK WOOLEN FABRIC WHITE COTTON LINING BLACK POLYMER SHEETS       250
THE RECONSTRUCTED METAL JACKET BLACK WOOLEN FABRIC WHITE COTTON LINING BLACK POLYMER SHEETS 250
THE  RECONSTRUCTED  METAL JACKET  BLACK WOOLEN FABRIC WHITE COTTON LINING BLACK POLYMER SHEETS       250
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THE METAL BOLTED JUMPSUIT BLACK WOOLEN FLEECE COTTON PLAID LINING TONED GREY PLAID WOOL SILVER METAL MESH 258
THE METAL BOLTED JUMPSUIT BLACK WOOLEN FLEECE COTTON PLAID LINING TONED GREY PLAID WOOL SILVER METAL MESH       258
THE METAL BOLTED JUMPSUIT BLACK WOOLEN FLEECE COTTON PLAID LINING TONED GREY PLAID WOOL SILVER METAL MESH 258
THE METAL BOLTED JUMPSUIT BLACK WOOLEN FLEECE COTTON PLAID LINING TONED GREY PLAID WOOL SILVER METAL MESH       258
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THE HALF BOLTED JACKET WOOLEN PLAID FABRIC BLACK COATED SUSPENDER 266
THE HALF BOLTED JACKET WOOLEN PLAID FABRIC BLACK COATED SUSPENDER       266
THE HALF BOLTED JACKET WOOLEN PLAID FABRIC BLACK COATED SUSPENDER 266
THE HALF BOLTED JACKET WOOLEN PLAID FABRIC BLACK COATED SUSPENDER       266
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THE COMBAT JUMPSUIT TINTED BROWN CORDOROYE DYED BLACK CORDOROYE 272
THE COMBAT JUMPSUIT TINTED BROWN CORDOROYE DYED BLACK CORDOROYE       272
THE COMBAT JUMPSUIT TINTED BROWN CORDOROYE DYED BLACK CORDOROYE 272
THE COMBAT JUMPSUIT TINTED BROWN CORDOROYE DYED BLACK CORDOROYE       272
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THE ASSYMETRIC PLAID COAT BLACK AND GREY PLAID WOOLEN FABRIC WITH BLACK SATIN LINING 278
THE ASSYMETRIC PLAID COAT BLACK AND GREY PLAID WOOLEN FABRIC WITH BLACK SATIN LINING       278
THE ASSYMETRIC PLAID COAT BLACK AND GREY PLAID WOOLEN FABRIC WITH BLACK SATIN LINING 278
THE ASSYMETRIC PLAID COAT BLACK AND GREY PLAID WOOLEN FABRIC WITH BLACK SATIN LINING       278
TO CREATE SOMETHING EXEPTIONAL YOUR MINDSET MUST BE RELENTLESSLY FOCUSED ON THE SMALLEST DETAIL GIORGIO ARMANI 280
    TO CREATE SOMETHING EXEPTIONAL, YOUR MINDSET MUST BE RELENTLESSLY FOCUSED ON THE SMALLEST DETAIL - GIORGIO ARMANI -   ...
TO CREATE SOMETHING EXEPTIONAL YOUR MINDSET MUST BE RELENTLESSLY FOCUSED ON THE SMALLEST DETAIL GIORGIO ARMANI 280
    TO CREATE SOMETHING EXEPTIONAL, YOUR MINDSET MUST BE RELENTLESSLY FOCUSED ON THE SMALLEST DETAIL - GIORGIO ARMANI -   ...
THE PLAID JODHPURS GREY WOOLEN PLAID FABRIC WITH BLACK SATIN LINING 282
THE PLAID JODHPURS GREY WOOLEN PLAID FABRIC WITH BLACK SATIN LINING       282
THE PLAID JODHPURS GREY WOOLEN PLAID FABRIC WITH BLACK SATIN LINING 282
THE PLAID JODHPURS GREY WOOLEN PLAID FABRIC WITH BLACK SATIN LINING       282
THE PLAID JODHPURS GREY WOOLEN PLAID FABRIC WITH BLACK SATIN LINING 284
THE PLAID JODHPURS GREY WOOLEN PLAID FABRIC WITH BLACK SATIN LINING       284
THE PLAID JODHPURS GREY WOOLEN PLAID FABRIC WITH BLACK SATIN LINING 284
THE PLAID JODHPURS GREY WOOLEN PLAID FABRIC WITH BLACK SATIN LINING       284
THE BOLTED JOGGER PANTS GREY JERSEY FABRIC
THE BOLTED JOGGER PANTS GREY JERSEY FABRIC
THE BOLTED JOGGER PANTS GREY JERSEY FABRIC
THE BOLTED JOGGER PANTS GREY JERSEY FABRIC
BLACK PASHMINA WOOL GREY WOOLEN PLAID FABRIC 288
BLACK PASHMINA WOOL GREY WOOLEN PLAID FABRIC       288
BLACK PASHMINA WOOL GREY WOOLEN PLAID FABRIC 288
BLACK PASHMINA WOOL GREY WOOLEN PLAID FABRIC       288
THE BLACK ANGLULAR KILT BLACK POLY COTTON FABRIC WITH WHITE LEATHER BELT 290
THE BLACK ANGLULAR KILT BLACK POLY COTTON FABRIC WITH WHITE LEATHER BELT       290
THE BLACK ANGLULAR KILT BLACK POLY COTTON FABRIC WITH WHITE LEATHER BELT 290
THE BLACK ANGLULAR KILT BLACK POLY COTTON FABRIC WITH WHITE LEATHER BELT       290
THE COWEL MESH TUNIC BLACK LINEN FABRIC BLACK POLYESTER MESH 294
THE COWEL MESH TUNIC BLACK LINEN FABRIC BLACK POLYESTER MESH       294
THE COWEL MESH TUNIC BLACK LINEN FABRIC BLACK POLYESTER MESH 294
THE COWEL MESH TUNIC BLACK LINEN FABRIC BLACK POLYESTER MESH       294
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T hat weekend was all about SCAD fashion From queen of punk VIVIENNE WESTWOOD to the annual fashion show SCAD s Museum of Art got a whole lot chicer On May 14th fashion and accessory students got to show off their designs during the Design Static Show Similar to the SCAD Seen Gala students were assigned different platforms in the museum to set up and showcase their work The next day Dame Vivienne Westwood was awarded the ANDR LEON TALLEY Lifetime Achievement Award Westwood is a British designer largely known for bringing punk fashion to mainstream attention Some of her most iconic designs include Pharrell s infamous hat from the 2014 Grammy s and Carrie Bradshaw s wedding dress in the Sex and the City movie After the award ceremony Westwood sat down with Andr Leon Talley V ronique Hyland fashion news editor for New York magazine s The Cut and her husband Andreas Kronthaler for a talk Westwood gave lots of wonderful advice but the one that stood out especially was You will soon find out if you are able to become a designer if you manage to get near to copying something That is how you discover everything 302 SCAD FASHION SHOW 2015 SCAD FASHION SHOW
T  hat weekend was all about SCAD fashion. From queen of punk VIVIENNE WESTWOOD to the annual fashion show, SCAD   s Museu...
T hat weekend was all about SCAD fashion From queen of punk VIVIENNE WESTWOOD to the annual fashion show SCAD s Museum of Art got a whole lot chicer On May 14th fashion and accessory students got to show off their designs during the Design Static Show Similar to the SCAD Seen Gala students were assigned different platforms in the museum to set up and showcase their work The next day Dame Vivienne Westwood was awarded the ANDR LEON TALLEY Lifetime Achievement Award Westwood is a British designer largely known for bringing punk fashion to mainstream attention Some of her most iconic designs include Pharrell s infamous hat from the 2014 Grammy s and Carrie Bradshaw s wedding dress in the Sex and the City movie After the award ceremony Westwood sat down with Andr Leon Talley V ronique Hyland fashion news editor for New York magazine s The Cut and her husband Andreas Kronthaler for a talk Westwood gave lots of wonderful advice but the one that stood out especially was You will soon find out if you are able to become a designer if you manage to get near to copying something That is how you discover everything 302 SCAD FASHION SHOW 2015 SCAD FASHION SHOW
T  hat weekend was all about SCAD fashion. From queen of punk VIVIENNE WESTWOOD to the annual fashion show, SCAD   s Museu...
by Kiki McCalla Morgan Zaslavsky and Anthony O Baner 304 SCAD FASHION SHOW 2015 O n May 16th the event wrapped up with the fashion show an event that feature 37 student designers SCAD had every detail perfected even the music choice for the show which oddly fit in time with the designs coming out Every beat and mix embodied the avant garde clothes and added to the energy of the show Afterwards the guests gathered in the courtyard where the designers posed with their favorite designs for pictures Marc Jacobs Christian Siriano J Alexander Andre Leon Talley Vivienne Westwood and Andrew Bevan were some industry favorites that made an appearance at the show After an emotional and strong presentation of some of SCAD s best fashion collections an exclusive affair occurred in the SCAD Museum of Art courtyard In celebration of the completion of a long yet exciting journey the onlookers and designers eagerly socialized with one another The audience rushed outside in their stilettos and dress shoes to get an up close and personal look at the exquisite techniques textiles and styles the designers displayed on the runway To our surprise an interactive exhibition showcased the designs in the fashion show for students journalists and photographers to admire The crowd was infused with awe as everyone surrounded the designers and their collections for interviewing and praise Cheek kisses and hugs lead to an exchange of business cards and contact information Beyond establishing new bonds voices raised around the yard raving about the distinctive personalities between each collection I loved this tribal collection said fourth year fashion marketing student Rose Stevenson from Paris France the prints were beautiful mixing the hea vier jewelry and accessories was absolutely stunning Designers and models left the stage and groups began to flood the platform to take selfies and to remember the unbelievable night they became a part of The mingling between stylish attendees began to dwindle down but this year s SCAD Fashion Show is certain to be one for the history books
by Kiki McCalla, Morgan Zaslavsky and Anthony O   Baner       304  SCAD FASHION SHOW 2015  O  n May 16th, the event wrappe...
by Kiki McCalla Morgan Zaslavsky and Anthony O Baner 304 SCAD FASHION SHOW 2015 O n May 16th the event wrapped up with the fashion show an event that feature 37 student designers SCAD had every detail perfected even the music choice for the show which oddly fit in time with the designs coming out Every beat and mix embodied the avant garde clothes and added to the energy of the show Afterwards the guests gathered in the courtyard where the designers posed with their favorite designs for pictures Marc Jacobs Christian Siriano J Alexander Andre Leon Talley Vivienne Westwood and Andrew Bevan were some industry favorites that made an appearance at the show After an emotional and strong presentation of some of SCAD s best fashion collections an exclusive affair occurred in the SCAD Museum of Art courtyard In celebration of the completion of a long yet exciting journey the onlookers and designers eagerly socialized with one another The audience rushed outside in their stilettos and dress shoes to get an up close and personal look at the exquisite techniques textiles and styles the designers displayed on the runway To our surprise an interactive exhibition showcased the designs in the fashion show for students journalists and photographers to admire The crowd was infused with awe as everyone surrounded the designers and their collections for interviewing and praise Cheek kisses and hugs lead to an exchange of business cards and contact information Beyond establishing new bonds voices raised around the yard raving about the distinctive personalities between each collection I loved this tribal collection said fourth year fashion marketing student Rose Stevenson from Paris France the prints were beautiful mixing the hea vier jewelry and accessories was absolutely stunning Designers and models left the stage and groups began to flood the platform to take selfies and to remember the unbelievable night they became a part of The mingling between stylish attendees began to dwindle down but this year s SCAD Fashion Show is certain to be one for the history books
by Kiki McCalla, Morgan Zaslavsky and Anthony O   Baner       304  SCAD FASHION SHOW 2015  O  n May 16th, the event wrappe...
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