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by Marnie Fogg


Marnie Fogg is a media consultant on all aspects of the fashion industry. I got this book for a digital surface design class that I am taking. I thought that it would be a really cool book and I had actually flipped through it once.

Marnie Fogg is a media consultant on all aspects of the fashion industry. She is currently lecturing in Visual Studies and the Culture of Fashion at the University of Nottingham, and has a Master's Degree in Art and Design Advanced Practice and Theory. She is the author of Boutique: A 60s Cultural Phenomenon (Mitchell Beazley). She lives in Duffield, Derbyshire. Yet when I got it, I was a little dissapointed. The author does not carry her thoughts well from one paragraph to another.

Print in Fashion book. Here is the first and only book to explore cutting-edge print design for fashion through the designer’s eyes-complete with interviews, exclusive archive material from international fashion houses, and full-color photographs of patterns.

Print in Fashion is the first and only book to explore cutting-edge print design for .

Print in Fashion is the first and only book to explore cutting-edge print design for fashion through the eyes of the designer. With interviews and studio examples from renowned fashion and textile practitioners such as Eley Kishimoto and Jonathan Saunders, this book guides us through the design process, looks at sources of inspiration and considers the relationship between fashion designer and print designer. From Paul Smith's iconic stripes to the signature paisleys and peacock feathers of Matthew Williamson, Marnie Fogg explores the enduring appeal of print design as a vital expression.

Marnie Fogg works as a lecturer in fashion and culture at the University of Nottingham, England. She is the author of the best selling Boutique: a sixties cultural phenomenon and Print in Fashion: design & development in fashion textiles. Bibliographic information. Couture interiors: living with fashion.

Marnie Fogg works as a lecturer in fashion and culture at the University of Nottingham. She is the author of best selling Boutique: a sixties cultural phenomenon and Print in Fashion: design & development in fashion textiles.

Suitable for fashion designers and dressmakers, this book looks at creating interesting surfaces, optical illusions and curved shapes through pattern . Print in Fashion: Design, Development and Technique in Fashion Textiles.

Suitable for fashion designers and dressmakers, this book looks at creating interesting surfaces, optical illusions and curved shapes through pattern cutting. It includes the basic information you need to start pattern cutting, from the basic block to measurements and scaling.

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Fashion Print Design Angel Fernandez, Daniela Santos Quartino Schiffer . This book reveals the period from the embroidery on neoclassical gowns to the colours of crinolines and the tailoring of men& coats

Fashion Print Design Angel Fernandez, Daniela Santos Quartino Schiffer 9780764345913 : This illustrious guide to modern print design is, first and foremost, an art book, but serious designers. This book reveals the period from the embroidery on neoclassical gowns to the colours of crinolines and the tailoring of men& coats. It also reveals the garments that illustrate some of the major themes of 19th-century dress.

Here is the first and only book to explore cutting-edge print design for fashion through the designer’s eyes—complete with interviews, exclusive archive material from international fashion houses, and full-color photographs of patterns. Innovators such as Eley Kishimoto and Jonathan Saunders explain their work, take us through their artistic process, and consider the relationship between fashion designer and print designer. Every page offers something beautiful and striking—motifs based on nature, others drawn from urban graffiti and graphics, and still more that go retro, abstract, or folkloric. The material is exquisite and invaluable to anyone interested in fashion and design.

Print in Fashion: Design, Development and Technique in Fashion Textiles epub download

ISBN13: 978-0713490121

ISBN: 0713490128

Author: Marnie Fogg

Category: Arts and Photo

Subcategory: Graphic Design

Language: English

Publisher: Batsford (May 28, 2006)

Pages: 192 pages

ePUB size: 1830 kb

FB2 size: 1890 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 787

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Kage
I loved this book - very inspirational - gave me lots of insight on top designers that I hadn't read about elsewhere. Total eye candy. I highly suggest this book for anyone in the design biz or who just needs inspiration and is a real lover of prints and patterns.
Kage
I loved this book - very inspirational - gave me lots of insight on top designers that I hadn't read about elsewhere. Total eye candy. I highly suggest this book for anyone in the design biz or who just needs inspiration and is a real lover of prints and patterns.
Dog_Uoll
I got this book for a digital surface design class that I am taking. I thought that it would be a really cool book and I had actually flipped through it once. Yet when I got it, I was a little dissapointed. The author does not carry her thoughts well from one paragraph to another. I feel like she uses big words that she might not necessarily understand completely...oh and there is a missing page :(
Dog_Uoll
I got this book for a digital surface design class that I am taking. I thought that it would be a really cool book and I had actually flipped through it once. Yet when I got it, I was a little dissapointed. The author does not carry her thoughts well from one paragraph to another. I feel like she uses big words that she might not necessarily understand completely...oh and there is a missing page :(