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Look Book presentation
Look Book presentation
Look Book presentation
Look Book presentation
Look Book presentation
Look Book presentation
Look Book presentation
Look Book presentation
Look Book presentation
Look Book presentation
Look Book presentation
Look Book presentation
Look Book presentation
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Look Book presentation
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  • 1. What are Look Books?
  • 2. Industry Description
    • Look books can be considered to be like portfolios, except they represent a product line rather than providing visual samples of one’s work history. The term is relatively new. It came out of the colleges .
  • 3. A 3 ring binder with a selection of photos, sketches and swatches.
  • 4.
    • Most companies provided both line sheets and a look book of the current season.
  • 5.
    • The line sheets used flat drawings or pictures of the clothes flat on a surface .
  • 6.
    • The look books were given less frequently and were much more expensively done-glossy, heavy paper, beautiful graphics, etc.
  • 7.
    • They almost always had clothed models and seemed to promote the brand and style of the company or collection
  • 8. What is this company saying about their jeans?
  • 9. Westlake Style
    • Your Look Book will include the following:
    • Clothing you would like to add to your wardrobe
    • Clothing you have designed and drawn in flat lines
    • Fabric sample for your designs
  • 10. HTH - 1. Clothing you would like to add to your wardrobe
    • Add clothing & accessories from flyers or catalogs you receive at home or printed in color from the internet. Include brand name and prices.
    • You may compare similar designs from competing brands. Compare price.
    • You should show several items to ‘create’ the look.
    • See examples on the next slides.
  • 11. Give your look a style name
  • 12. What would you call this look?
  • 13. Or this look?
  • 14. HTH - 2. Clothing you have designed and drawn in flat lines. Comments should be written and show color, accessories, and inspiration. Show variety in your drawings.
  • 15. HTH - 3. Add Fabric Samples to your designs. Name the fiber content of the fabric. This is a really old example! Take a guess at the decade ladies wore this style.
  • 16. 1 st Six Weeks
    • Due Feb. 11
      • 2 complete ‘looks’ (all requirements on # 1)
      • 2 drawings (all requirements on # 2 and # 3)
      • Add your work to your notebook Lookbook section. You may turn work in early.
      • Neatness counts.

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