Basics Fashion Design 04: Developing a Collection
Fashion collections vary depending on market level, product type, season, customer and retail outlets. Basics Fashion Design- Developing a Collection teaches the process from initial design ideas through development of product to the final outcome and its ultimate exhibition and sale. The book is supported by illustrative examples and case studies, and includes an overview of fashion collections through the eyes of prominent fashion journalists. Developing a Collection contains everything the fashion student needs to know about developing a collection, including an overview of the development process; the common themes used by designers; different market levels, from haute couture to the high street; specialist collections; and approaches to designing a student collection.
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What is a collection?
Collections and their influences
Collections designed for different markets
The student collection
Acknowledgements and picture credits
Working with ethics
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