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Varsha Karadia , Fashion Design Student NSQF Level -6

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student of Dezyne E'cole College ,fashion design department ,www.dezyneecole.com. this is a portfolio of final year work of her in fashion Design

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Varsha Karadia , Fashion Design Student NSQF Level -6

  1. 1. PORTFOLIO Varsha Karadia 2nd Year Diploma In Fashion Design Conforming To NSQF Level 6 Of NSDC Dezyne E’cole College , Ajmer
  2. 2. CONTENT • Fashion History • Marketing • Design Basic • Garment Technology Pattern Engineering Draping • Surface Design Technique Tie And Dye Print Development • Saree Design Project • Case Study
  3. 3. To generate the look book of ideas I studied during my study program the fashion history where I came across the different time period and the major changes came into these period and U also learnt about the different designers who came in these time period and became famous because of their designs. I also learnt about how they inspired from fashion history and create new and major collection. FASHION HISTORY 01
  4. 4. BRAINSTORMING PAPER
  5. 5. FASHION MARKETING 02
  6. 6. Introductory phase Acceptance phase Rejection phase Sales increases Peak DeclineACCEPTANCE FASHION CYCLE
  7. 7. FASHION MARKETING CONCEPT DESIGN CENTRED FASHION MARKETING CONCEPT FAILURE MARKETING CENTRED Concern for fashion design Concern for customers and profit High Low
  8. 8. MARKETING ENVIRONMENT Marketing environment Fashion marketing organization Marketing research Price Customers Design research Product Place Promotion Marketing mix
  9. 9. HAUTE COUTURE PRET E PORTER MASS MARKET MARKETS
  10. 10. HAUTE COUTURE PRET A PORTER MASS MARKET Trickle up Trickle down LEVELS OF FASHION
  11. 11. DESIGN BASICS03
  12. 12. Elements Principles Harmony Good Design Line Shape Form Colour texture Repetition Gradation Proportion Balance Contrast Scale Emphasis Rhythm + + =
  13. 13. After doing study of how people accepted fashion in past and how fashion evolved I studied about the garment technology because for creating any design collection just ideas will not be sufficient I have to pay attention to the various other points like the garment costing, pattern cutting, trimming, fusing, pressing and quality check of the garments. In this regard I had a in depth study of the same in the subject garment technology before developing a collection . GARMENT TECHNOLOGY 04
  14. 14. In every design garment can be divided into two parts - STRUCTURAL DECORATIVE PATTERNENGINEERING SURFACEDESIGNTECHNIQUE Garment construction Draping Prints Embroidery Tie and dye Painting Fabric manipulation Applique work Garment Can Be Divided Into Two Parts
  15. 15. As a student of fashion design I have learnt many things. One important consideration before we start designing is to focus on the different kind of silhouette developed through the years in the fashion timeline. Along with the silhouette the elements and principles to be followed while developing a design. This generation of silhouette I learnt through the practical experience during my study of garment construction and draping. Garment Construction – The garment construction taught me the basics of stitching and how a fabric behaves when cut on straight and bias grain. The garments learnt under this have been showcased bellow. All my work can be seen in my project. Draping – In draping I learnt that how to create different types of garments without taking the body measurement . We can make toile and check how the final garment will fit on the body. In draping I have learnt many things which can be seen in my project of draping. 05 PATTERN ENGINEERING
  16. 16. DRAPING
  17. 17. STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS Includes the all over design of a garment its form and shape plus all the details involved in assembling the sections of the garment such as darts, pleats, tucks etc. Structural design may add a decorative quality if emphasized by colour contrast or row of top stitching to outline the basic garment parts. In apparel, structural design is more important because it is the fundamental component of design.
  18. 18. COLLARS Peter pan collar Peter pan collar Peter pan collar Ruffles Shirt collar Band collar Band collar Sailor collarBows
  19. 19. NECKLINES
  20. 20. SLEEVES
  21. 21. CUFFS
  22. 22. BODICE
  23. 23. TROUSERS
  24. 24. SKIRTS
  25. 25. In my two year diploma program I have learnt that garment technology is not only required to design any garment. I also learnt about the decorative part of garment the Surface design technique. Using surface design techniques we can totally change the look and feel of a fabric or garment. In our design we can use different techniques such as embroidery, tie and dye, weaving etc. These different techniques will give the different texture to the garment. 06 SURFACE DESIGN TECHNIQUE
  26. 26. DECORATIVE ELEMENTS These designs need the basic form and the designs drawn will be draped over it. It will have more trimmings, prints, embroidery, buttons and tacked on bows. In these designs the fabric, style and colour combinations are described so that one can select the design.
  27. 27. EMBROIDERY
  28. 28. FABRIC MANIPULATION
  29. 29. TIE AND DYE
  30. 30. PRINTS
  31. 31. APPLIQUE WORK
  32. 32. TIE AND DYE
  33. 33. PRINT DEVELOPMENT
  34. 34. PRINT DEVELOPMENT Hand Drafting
  35. 35. SAREE DESIGN PROJECT
  36. 36. By inscribe different shapes and forms DESIGNS
  37. 37. By inscribe different shapes and forms DESIGNS
  38. 38. EGYPTION PAPYRUS MOTIF
  39. 39. SIMPLIFY PAPYRUS MOTIF
  40. 40. Papyrus motif
  41. 41. REPETITION OF MOTIF Border repeat Overlapping repeat Brick repeat
  42. 42. CASE STUDY
  43. 43. As a student of 2nd year fashion design I am supposed to design a collection for my year end portfolio submission to industry. This portfolio showcases my skill set to industry. Which I am presenting to the fashion design industry. To make my portfolio the college has provided case study. • You are supposed to design a collection for a young women of the age group 24 – 26 for resort wear ( casual wear ). The students have to create dresses. • The student has to clearly state about their collection. 07 CASE STUDY
  44. 44. MARKET OF MY COLLECTION Haute couture Pret a porter Mass market
  45. 45. Age – 24 - 26 Income – 500000 Per Year Marital Status - Single Education – Graduate Gender – Female Geographic Location - India Social Status - Upper Middle Class Occupation – Engineer Conservative/Liberal – Liberal Brand Preferences CLIENT
  46. 46. • According to my case study I studied about the resort wear ( casual wear) and make certain points which needed in my collection that is the garment should be comfortable, body movement should be easy and de – emphasis the body curves. • After making these points I studied about the fashion history timeline in which I got inspired from the Egyptian time period and I have taken certain points for my collection that is the pleats and papyrus flower motif. • I have taken the pleats because it is provide “freedom of movement” which is needed in my resort wear collection. For this I researched about the various pleats which shows different texture on the fabric. • Another point which is important in my collection is de – emphasis the female body structure. When I was studied the fashion history I noticed that women in early time used to wear ‘Cape’ as a outer garment and from early time cape is used to “de – emphasis the female body structure.” Now days cape is also use as a fashion statement. STORY BEHIEND MY COLLECTION
  47. 47. INSPIRATION FROM ANCIENT EGYPT
  48. 48. ALESSANDRA MESKITA When I was studying about the fashion designers who got inspired form the Egyptian time period and create collection. I saw Alessandra Meskita’s collection on resort wear which attracts me. This collection she was showcased in New York fashion week Spring-Summer collection 2013. Alessandra Meskita grew up in Brazil. In 2007, she began her fashion career working under French designer Christian Audigier. While working for four years as his Global Creative Director, Meskita developed her use of traditional shapes and tailoring. Meskita then decided to take everything she learned and branch out to create her own clothing line, MESKITA, in 2012, Meskita is the designer of her self-titled fashion and lifestyle brand, MESKITA. The line consists of ready-to-wear, resort, lingerie, swimwear, shoes and household accessories. Meskita’s designs focus on simple concepts and natural elements
  49. 49. Alessandra Meskita's Egypt Inspired Resort Wear Collection
  50. 50. PLEATS
  51. 51. MOOD BOARD
  52. 52. WORKING IMAGES
  53. 53. DIFFERENT VIEWS OF DRESS Front view Back view Side view
  54. 54. FINAL DRESS
  55. 55. Item Quan. (Meter) Price ( rs.) unit cost cloth 5.5 40 220 cloth 2 40 80 lining 0.75 30 22.5 lining 1.25 30 37.5 threads 2 2 4 brand lable 1 2 0.1 size lable 1 2 0.18 care lable 1 3 0.12 packing 1 2 0.2 364.6 min. price cost 321 7 3 21 685.6 40 5 200 700 20 4 80 1385.6 10 2 20 77 321 stock stock stockgeslin - 4 geslin - 4 finishing Materials production total cost profit FINAL COST Production cutting sewing specials plast pac.plastic bag Season Phase Size Range Description supplier ˗ ˗ stock ˗ Georgette ( sea green) ˗ Georgette (ice blue) cotton (ice blue) regular cotton ( sea green) Factory DESCRIPTION One piece dress with cape summer 1 34 - 36 ˗ COST SHEET
  56. 56. DESIGN - 2
  57. 57. PAPYRUS FLOWER MOTIF
  58. 58. PAPYRUS MOTIF
  59. 59. SAMPLE OF SCREEN PRINTED MOTIF
  60. 60. DIFFERENT VIEWS OF DRESS Front view Back view Side view
  61. 61. FINAL DRESS
  62. 62. EXTRA WORKING
  63. 63. ANNUAL EVENT ‘KALEIDOSCOPE’ MY WORKING IN
  64. 64. ANNUAL EVENT ‘KALEIDOSCOPE’ FINAL DRESS IN
  65. 65. PROJECT ON ‘TIE AND DYE’
  66. 66. THANK YOU

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