This impressive fashion design book is the first large-scale book of its kind to showcase a complete and diverse range of contemporary fashion designers notable for their work in couture and ready-to-wear clothing. The Sourcebook of Contemporary Fashion Design is a cutting-edge design anthology featuring more than 300 established and emerging fashion designers around the world. Included here in impressive 650 pages are the world' s most notable contemporary fashion designers - master couturiers and up-and-coming designers alike, showcasing their work in graphic full-color photographs and illustrations. For ease of reference, fashion design illustrations, photographs, and explanations of these lovely designs are categorized according to design type, purpose, and style. Also included is a visual index for quick reference and designers' contact information. The case studies incorporate every type of design project possible - from the t-shirt to the evening dress, from shoes to handbags, hats to jewellery - making this lushly illustrated, information-rich book an invaluable resource that consumers, designers, design students, fashion retailers, merchandisers, and stylists will turn to again and again.
The Sourcebook of Contemporary Fashion Design
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Marta R. H.
|100 Contemporary Fashion Designers (количество томов: 2) Taschen |
|Sourcebook of Contemporary Graphic Design HarperCollins Publishers Maia F. |
Also included is a visual index for quick reference and designers' contact information. "The Sourcebook of Contemporary Graphic Design" is a cutting-edge design anthology featuring material from established and emerging designers around the world, as well as hundreds of full-color examples of work forging new graphic ground across a complete range of visual media. For ease of reference, graphic design illustrations and explanations are categorized according to design type: websites, brochures, posters, company reports, stationary, and promotional materials.
|Contemporary Color Design Daab |
An index with contact information is enclosed.
|Fashion Design Thames&Hudson Sue J.J. |
There are expanded discussions of drawing and making techniques; how to assemble a portfolio; new careers in fashion; and extensive resource lists and glossaries, all rounded out with updated photographs and illustrations.
|Contemporary Graphic Design Taschen Fiell C. |
|Font (NIPB) Classic Typefaces for Contemporary Graphic Design Rockport Publishers Tamye R. |
The characteristics of each font, such as vertically stressed oblique serifs or abrupt contrasts, will be highlighted, and the main font will be juxtaposed with other similar fonts for easy cross-referencing.
|Fashion Design Drawing Course Thames&Hudson Armstrong J. |
It is organized into 24 instructional units to reflect the progression of a course at top design college, covering everything from finding inspiration, observational techniques, lateral thinking, mastery of the drawing media techniques themselves, to the more technical aspects of garment shapes, range planning, and flat specification drawing.
|Accessories: Fashion Design Course: Design Practice and Processes for Creating Hats, Bags, Shoes and More Thames&Hudson Saunders S. |
Following chapters are dedicated to particular subjects handbags, footwear, hats, belts, gloves and small leather goods with a concluding information section on courses, careers and trade fairs.
|Contemporary Newspaper Design Mark Batty Publisher Berry J.D. |
|Fashion Design Portfolio Thames&Hudson Jones S.J. |
Subjects covered include how to interpret a project brief; building a collection; choosing fabric; fit, cutting and making techniques; portfolio presentation, and fashion marketing and economics.
|The Fundamentals of Fashion Design AVA Publishing Sorger R. |
This volume provides a fresh introduction to the key elements of the discipline and takes the student step-by-step through the key processes, themes and applications in fashion design.
|1000 Dresses: The Fashion Design Resource Thames&Hudson |
Creating an overview of how the dress evolved and its impact on the fashion industry, the authors pay homage to the experimental, the beautiful, and the innovative, showing how a dress can encapsulate a designers vision and can often act as the key piece within a collection.
|100 New Fashion Designers Thames&Hudson Hywel D. |
The book focuses on designers still in the first decade of their career, either working alone on their own label or brand or teamed up into small companies, showcasing collections.
|Young Fashion Designers Taschen Hidalgo M. R. |
|1000 Ideas by 100 Fashion Designers Rockport Publishers Carolina C. |
|Tools for Living: A Sourcebook of Iconic Designs for the Home Daedalus Books Charlotte F. |
They also give the user a satisfying sense of reliability - they are the household tools that we use on a daily basis, which enhance life.
|Atlas of Fashion Designers Rockport Publishers Eceiza L. |
Atlas of Fashion Designers is born out of this proposition, and features a compilation of the most important fashion designers and their work in the past five years, selected from a multi disciplinary perspective that display the heterogeneous mix of today' s fashion world. Featured designers all have one trait in common: they were singled out, not only for the quality of their work, but also because they illustrate different perspectives in their approach to fashion. This book includes designers with a wide array of visions, from classical haute couture to those who experiment with developing fields such as anthropology, new textiles, high technology, architecture, art, or recycling. From Ricardo Tiscci, Nicholas Ghesquiere to Sybilla, to artists who are primarily concerned with pure fashion such as Lucy Orta, or to those investigators who concern themselves with innovation in the fields of textile research and technology, such as Issey Miyake or Hussein Chalayan. Atlas of Fashion Designers is a very relevant and useful reference in a hybrid society, which is composed of ever increasing heterogeneous elements. By offering a synthetic, fluid and diverse approach to the subject, the "Atlas" draws a map of the complex world of fashion at present time, and looks forward to what it may be tomorrow. In a constant state of constant flux, contemporary fashion combines a mix of the different cultural aspects that inform the modern individual. Current fashion is a complex phenomenon.
|Interviews with Fashion Designers Fashion Statements: SKIRA Miglietti F.A. |
The simple yet extravagant style of Ann Demeulemeester, the multiethnic contaminations of Romeo Gigli, the nihilist and aggressive look of Alexander McQueen, the erotic and ironic play of Anna Molinari, the irreverence and unpredictability of Jean-Paul Gaultier, the audacity of the queen of fashion Vivienne Westwood, and more are discussed and illustrated in this highly-readable and visually delightful book.
|British Fashion Designers Thames&Hudson Davies H. |
The UK is a creative and cultural melting pot where international designers can develop their creative identity.
|Fashion Designers’ Sketchbooks 2 Laurence King Publishing |