Monday, 19 November 2012

Kirigami




Hey everyone.
Just a little preview of my sampling on Kirigami. The shadows that are produced intrigues me.

I want to create a 3D structure that is similar to this however much more bigger in size.
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Big Dreams.

"We are in a new era in fashion – there are no rules. It’s truly remarkable how one can combine or produce clothing to express their personality, thoughts or feelings. It’s a forever changing industry were everything is unpredictable. To me style is understanding who you are, what you want to say, and not being afraid to break the limitations. What’s next in line for the major fashion trend? That’s something I would love to know." 

Opening line of my personal statement.
It's frightening how next year there is a huge possibility that I might be packing my bags and heading down to London to start the beginning of my future career. I seems like it was just yesterday that I concluded that I wanted to be an actress (big dreams Vivian. What was I thinking when I was 13 years old?). Now, this is it. 

The life that lies before me, I wonder what opportunities I will grasp on to and keep running with it. I wonder what opportunities I will decline and regret forever. Life is full of unknown happenings and that's what keeps you intrigued about your own life. I always think about my future. That's the biggest worry I always have in mind. I just want to lead a successful career when I'm older. Watching my parents grow up in a business that only consists of hard work on a daily basis influences me hugely. I admit it, I don't want to work in the family business when I'm older because it's not something that I want to pursue. I want to fulfill my dream of working in the fashion industry! Ambitious, but are there limitations? No.

In a few years time I'll be looking back at this post. Would I be sipping on a cup of coffee in a local cafe living my dream? Or would I be slouching on the sofa at my parents house working in the family business?
Life is so wonderful.
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Friday, 2 November 2012

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