Sunday, 14 October 2012

London








Hey everyone.
Yesterday (13th October) I made my way down to London to visit London College Of Fashion. After several hours of lectures... I think my view of London changed slightly. It's an excellent University. Before I was having doubts about going to London for University but now I have a clearer insight. The course I want to apply for is either Fashion Management or International Fashion Management, even though they are both very similar courses I'm having a tough decision. However, I shouldn't jump into the conclusion that I'm defiantly attending London College Of Fashion next year because I do have several other Universities to visit also! Such as Southampton.
Overall, I love London. I would consider myself as a 'City Person' because I just love the atmosphere of the busy streets. No matter where you walk, the streets are always filled with people rushing from place to place and the Underground... It's hectic but that's what makes London, London.
Maybe I'll see you again next year London? Well... that's the case if I have put my hand down firmly on the University and I'll get in.
Vivian 
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Thursday, 11 October 2012

Multiply.








Hey everyone.
Just a quick update. I'm now focusing on the shadows created by my samples. Artists that relates to this composition are Dail Behennah and Naum Gabo (future reference).
I'm considering creating a fashion piece that is based around this structure, but difficulty wise... crazy.
Vivian 
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Saturday, 6 October 2012

Development Unit 3




Hey everyone.
Just showing you all my development work for my unit 3. I wanted to aim for a very simple net design, however when you combine and multiply the units the complexity just increases. The above photographs only show two units put together. I've already moved on and put four units together and it looks pretty bizarre. I wonder what it would look like if I keep on multiplying the amount of units.. maybe to 50? Now that would be absurd.. but marvelous.
Before, I hesitated for about five minutes thinking if I have the ability to turn a sample like this into a garment? Specifically a dress or a head garment? That would be interesting to see.
Oh and one more thing.. doesn't it look like The Louvre Pyramid?
Vivian 


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