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  • 1. Western Michigan University, April 2012 Apparel Product Development
  • 2. 1.) Illustrator & Photoshop 2.) Product Development 3.) Visual Merchandising 4.) Garments 5.) Sketches 6.) Fabric Rendering
  • 3. stRut  Color Palette
  • 4. FILTERED PRINTS TRACE CONTOUR
  • 5.  Pattern Swatches Original brand label and patterns
  • 6. Original apparel line
  • 7. Original apparel line
  • 8. Green Being Apparel Line
  • 9. “Live healthy, feel happy. We are dedicated to making a healthier lifestyle more attractive and comfortable with the high impact of today’s fashion. We want our customer to feel young again while maintaining their sophisticated image with a brand that produces high quality, environmentally friendly active wear.” Mission Statement
  • 10. Trends Classically Casual “Feel attractive in modish and versatile activewear. Completely organic and recycled material will make you feel comfortable and practical. Asymmetrical lines incorporated with a mixture of fabric types and textures. Free-flowing pieces can be layered with fitted pieces - a silhouette shaped for any type of movement.”
  • 11. Fabrics and Trims Natural Cottons, fleece, knits, and cotton prints. Buttons and toggles made from wood, cork, and bamboo.
  • 12. Androgynous Apparel Line Long-sleeve & scoop neck tees Toggle fly-away Cowl-neck cape Full-zip vest Harem pant Draw-string pants and shorts Fitted capris
  • 13. Kalamazoo, MI 2011
  • 14. Kalamazoo, MI 2011
  • 15. Mini Pleats Grommets
  • 16. Pin-tucks
  • 17. This contemporary garment will make a fashion statement for anyone who is wearing it. This one-piece garment was greatly influenced by the Northern Renaissance costume. It contains a low scalloped neckline that is rounded at the bust and squared around the pit of the arm and shoulder. Pleats are gathered in a “V” shape at the hip to emphasize the waistline. The method of highlighting the hip could resemble “bum rolls” that women wore under their petticoats to really enlarge the silhouette of the waist. The body suit also displays sections of ruffles on the close fitting sleeves.
  • 18. Between the late 1600’s and early 1700’s an innovative approach of creating women’s dresses began. The bodice and skirt were cut in one piece, instead of separately. This form of construction of garments was called manteau and was inspired by Middle Eastern robes. This original design was inspired by the popular seventeenth century fashions. The dress is a one piece with puff-sleeves at the shoulders and elbows. A belt can be a nice accessory added to manipulate the fit of the garment . It includes an attached bowtie like scarf at the collar that can represent the historic cravat; although the cravat was commonly worn by men during these times. A modern pair of jackboots; also most commonly worn by men, adds a unique touch to complete the look. “Ancient Egyptian” This unique dress was inspired by the ancient Egyptian sheath dress. The accepted style was a fitted, full or knee length dress usually embellished with intricate, decorative beading and sometimes feathers.

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