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Spring portfolio2013


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Spring portfolio2013

  1. 1. Jasmine RhodesFashion and Textiles ManagementFashion Development and Product ManagementNorth Carolina State University
  2. 2.  This presentation consists ofgarments created throughout mysenior year. The purpose of thesepieces were to incorporate specialdesign techniques and createfashionable ready-to-wear piecesthat could be created in othercolors and fabrics. All pieces weredesigned and created by me.
  3. 3.  This trend research board wascreated by me from scratch in AdobePhotoshop. The images wereattained from WGSN and Google andrepresent the current trends. Themain trends that were found were hi-lo hems, bold color blocking, croppedtops and pants, andpatterned/Ombre fabrics. Alsoincluded is a color panel from mytrend research.
  4. 4.  The Fabrics chosen for mycollections consists of: Polyester Knits Polyester Lace Cotton Batik Prints Polyester Chiffons Solid Cottons
  5. 5.  This color story board was createdin Adobe Photoshop from scratchand the images were attained fromGoogle. These images on the leftrepresent the color trends thatwere found and are being used inthe collection.
  6. 6.  This collection was inspired by thebeauty of the Turks and Caicosislands. These garments are madeto feature a feminine silhouette,and to show flowing movementalong with trendy designaesthetics. The story board to the right wascreated in Adobe Illustrator andAdobe Photoshop, and featurescroquis and floats of the garmentsin different colorways. Thebackground image was attainedform Google.
  7. 7.  Description: Patterned crop top withfront zipper; Hi-lo hem sheer skirtwith a knit underskirt and elasticwaistband Designs: Color blocking, hi-low hem Fabrics: Cotton batik prints, polyesterchiffon, polyester knit Machine washable: yes Colorway: ocean breeze and sea salt
  8. 8.  Description: Knit leotard with lowback; sheer full length maxi skirtwith elastic waistband Design: Thigh high slit, studdedsilky skirt, low back feature Fabrics: Sheer polyester, polyesterknit Machine washable: yes Colorway: Night sand, sea salt
  9. 9.  Description: Knit bandeau top; high-waist knit bottom; lace, long sleevecover up Design: back zipper for bottom; standcollar on cover, jeweled centerpieceon bandeau Fabrics: vintage lace, polyester knits Machine washable: yes Colorways: night sand, setting sun,ocean breeze
  10. 10.  Description: Flared sundress withopen back Design: twisted front panels, openback with panels, color blocking Fabrics: Cotton Batik prints, solidcottons Machine Washable: yes Colorways: sea salt, setting sun,ocean breeze
  11. 11.  Description: Lace crop top withback zipper; light weight croppedbeach pants Design: front pockets, carriers forbelt, sheer lace top, cuffed hem Fabrics: vintage lace, lightweightcotton solid Machine washable: yes Colorway: ocean breeze (lighter),setting sun
  12. 12.  Featured in The Technician,NC State’s officialnewspaper
  13. 13.  These garments were created forother fashion shows such asCotton Couture, and NC StateFashion Week jurying.
  14. 14.  This dress was created for NC Statefashion week jurying todemonstrate a fusion of simplicityvs. extravagance. It was inspired bynautical trends, and a classic Barbiesilhouette. Fabrics: Satin, Vintage Lace, printedsatin for underskirt Design: Hi-low hem trumpet skirt,strapless bodice, ¾ lace overlay,lace veil
  15. 15.  This dress was created for theCotton First fashion show and wasinspired by the Jackie Kennedytrend. Design: Color blocking, flared skirtwith gores and godets. Princessseams, pillbox hat, color blockedscarf Fabrics: Cotton blends with stretch
  16. 16.  This dress was created forCotton First as well, and wasinspired by urban trends. Design: paneled hi-low hemskirt, embellished zipper, Hood,color block Fabrics: Cotton blends, printedcotton
  17. 17.  These pillow were created for thehome décor portion of the CottonFirst show. The pillows werecreated to showcase my visualdisplay techniques. Fabrics: Cotton blends