Fashion Design on the Stand

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Batsford, 1996 - Costume design - 96 pages
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"Modelling on the stand is an essential technique for today's fashion designers and dressmakers. With step-by-step instructions and clear illustrations Dawn Cloake removes the mystique and shows that once the basic skills of modelling classic blocks are acquired, even beginners can progress quickly to interesting and challenging garment designs. The book concludes with extensive sections on clothes, for special occasions, including evening dresses, fishtail skirts, and strapless and ruched bodices, and the new stretch fabrics - modelling garments such as swimwear, crop tops and leotards - so reflecting the needs of modern designers." -- back cover.

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About the author (1996)

Cloake is a vising lecturer at the London College of Fashion where she teaches modeling on the stand, pattern cutting and bridalwear.

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