Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Si Scott

While looking through 125 magazine, I came across some fashion illustrations that I loved. As it was the heros issue, the illustrations were of masked women, by the graphic artist

I really liked the fluidity of his work and drew some illustrations of my own inspired by his feature in the magazine.

Friday, 10 December 2010

Surrealist Skirt

  Umbrella Skirt

Just finished off my Surrealist Skirt, it was inspired by and upside down umbrella. We had a choice of three different thicknesses of black fabric which we could use in anyway. To make my skirt I firstly made a basic pencil shape, I then added the nine large panels round the outside. I really enjoyed this project as my skirt actually looked like my sketch for once.
  The rest of the classes skirts looked great, and we are having a runway show when we come back after Christmas holidays.

Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Granny Takes A Trip to . . . I-D

Curlers On the Cover

Classic Pearls

Wound up in Yarn

'Where's my Glasses?'
We were given the task of doing a photo shoot entitled 'Granny takes a trip' we decided as a group of five that Granny would take a trip to I-D Magazine. We took stereotypical Granny items (curlers, pearls, yarn and glasses) and tried to put a fashion twist on them so that they could fit into the likes of I-D. In the first image we got our model, Megan to wink as it is the trademark of I-D's covers. 

Sunday, 5 December 2010

Winter Wonderland

 The weather in Gala has been extreme, with about 10 inches of snow. Everyone is getting their wellies out and wrapping up, but what's going on the catwalk that can keep us warm?

Here is Channel's 2010 Autumn/Winter collection, featuring a whole lot of fur, but don't worry it's faux. I love this 'yeti' look, which is very practical for the conditions in Gala.

Viktor an Rolf have taken it a step further, in their Autumn/Winter 2010/11 collection, where they stripped off layers of clothing from the models while on the runway.