For my second head to toe 


The above is my roughly drafted digital sketch on the finale dress of my third collection from the Integrated Studio Class.

I planned to put the croc leather on the jacket when I planned the fabric for the IS, but I would want to come uo with some other fabrics for my VISUAL com class. :)


For the fur,   I am going to use the photo I took from the Global Leather, which is Grey Tigrado fur with Nappa back.

For my second head to toe


The above is my roughly drafted digital sketch on the finale dress of my third collection from the Integrated Studio Class.

I planned to put the croc leather on the jacket when I planned the fabric for the IS, but I would want to come uo with some other fabrics for my VISUAL com class. :)


For the fur, I am going to use the photo I took from the Global Leather, which is Grey Tigrado fur with Nappa back.


"Illustration on the Garment as a texture"
In Integrated Studio class, I am working on how to apply my pattern on the garment effectively, but not by printing it on the fabric.
Linked to this Idea, For the second “head to toe” look that I am working on for this week, I wanted to put the Illustration pattern I made from phase 2 on the design/flat, but not by a normal printing way of applying it. 
By using photoshop, applying pattern as the texture was interesting to me. I tried this on the flats I already had, but it didn’t really go well with it because the flats I have in file is somewhat too-casual which I didn’t really want. (I wanted to make illustration pattern to look as good as the high end type of the design) Thus, I put the illustration pattern on the fashion illustration I did over this Thanksgiving Break for fun as a texture.

"Illustration on the Garment as a texture"

In Integrated Studio class, I am working on how to apply my pattern on the garment effectively, but not by printing it on the fabric.

Linked to this Idea, For the second “head to toe” look that I am working on for this week, I wanted to put the Illustration pattern I made from phase 2 on the design/flat, but not by a normal printing way of applying it. 

By using photoshop, applying pattern as the texture was interesting to me. I tried this on the flats I already had, but it didn’t really go well with it because the flats I have in file is somewhat too-casual which I didn’t really want. (I wanted to make illustration pattern to look as good as the high end type of the design) Thus, I put the illustration pattern on the fashion illustration I did over this Thanksgiving Break for fun as a texture.


A way to give it a whole new look: COMMAND + I
 Possible way of refreshing the color palette by using inverting via
 layer blending, hot key use, and etc…

A way to give it a whole new look: COMMAND + I

Possible way of refreshing the color palette by using inverting via

layer blending, hot key use, and etc…


BLACK AND WHITE + VIVID IN THE CITY: INSPIRATION FOR THE COLLECTION

BLACK AND WHITE + VIVID IN THE CITY: INSPIRATION FOR THE COLLECTION