Fashion designers' sketchbooks. Two / Hywel Davies.Call number: TT509 D382 2013 Material type: TextPublisher: London : Laurence King Publishing, Description: 208 pages : color illustration ; 31 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1780672896 ; 9781780672892Other title: Fashion designers' sketchbooks. 2.Subject(s): Fashion -- drawing | Fashion design | Fashion designers -- Interviews | Artists' preparatory studies
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Introduction -- Abigail Glass -- Adam Andrascik -- Aminaka Wilmont -- Anne Valerie Hash -- Antipodium -- Antoine Peters -- Band of outsiders -- Barbara Bui -- Brandon Sun -- Cacharel -- Candela -- Cesar Galindo -- Chris&Tibor -- Christopher Shannon -- Clements Ribeiro -- Clover Canyon -- Craig Lawrence -- Haizhen Wang -- Henrik Vibskov -- Holly Fulton -- House of Holland -- James Long -- Jonathon Simkhai -- Junko Shimada -- JUUN.J -- Kevin Kramp -- Lou Dalton -- Marios Schwab -- Mary Katrantzou -- Mauro Gasperi -- Michael van der Ham -- Mother of pearl -- New Power Studio -- Oliver Spencer -- Orla Kiely -- OTHER -- Rick Owens -- Ruffian -- Sacha Walckhoff for Christian Lacroix -- Sergei Grinko -- Slow and steady wins the race -- Spastor -- Stephen Jones -- Teatum Jones -- Telfar -- Thom Browne -- Yoskiyuki Miyamae for Issey Miyake.
Following the success of Fashion Designers' Sketchbooks, this second volume shines a light on the work of a new line-up of major names in the fashion industry. Photographs, sketches, moodboards, line-ups, toiles, swatches and more all feed the creative processes that forge fashion designs, and here they are brought together to reveal how the final collections are conceived and developed. Juxtaposing the original research material and drawings with the garments shown on the catwalk and in lookbooks provides fresh insight into the working methods of leading international designers and the role of different media in creating their collections. Students and designers will find this a fascinating and invaluable resource as they develop their own work. Rick Owens, Clements Ribeiro and Marios Schwab are just some of the prominent designers featured. Interviews in which they discuss the importance of their research run alongside their respective sketchbooks, providing an inspirational overview of cutting-edge approaches to fashion.