Fashion Design

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Watson-Guptill, 2002 - Art - 192 pages
"Fashion Design" is a primer on the industry for the twenty-first century, uniting history, theory, and practice in one indispensable book. Topics include the language of clothing, patterns, fabrics, and making techniques, how to build a collection and portfolio, and how to present on the catwalk and in the office. Perfect for aspiring designers, this describes the skills needed to become a fashion designer, discusses careers, and gives an inside view of the fashion business today.

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Provides a good insight to fashion design as an industry and as a field of work, not delving into styles, modes, fades, or even fashions. The book covers how fashion makes it from designers, through ... Read full review

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