Books shelved as fashion-design: Patternmaking for Fashion Design by Helen Joseph-Armstrong, Fashion Design Course: Principles, Practice, and Techniques . Fashion Design Books. Any Pages, , , , + the essential principles of fashion design is to build a framework for artful examination Fashion . A widely-recognized fashion design teacher presents a series of step-by-step Save yourself the $40, in student loan debt a year and just download this book!.
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Lagerfeld, Saint Laurent, and Glorious Excess in s Paris" by Alicia Drake Alicia Drake documents the careers of two of fashion's most important designers, Yves Saint Laurent and Karl Lagerfeld, with incredible biographical detail — so much detail, in fact, that Lagerfeld even sued Drake in for publishing so many personal details about his life. The Night American Fashion Stumbled into the Spotlight and Made History" by Robin Givhan The Washington Post 's Pulitzer Prize-winning fashion critic offers a fascinating portrait of the American fashion industry in the '60s and '70s, a time when ready-to-wear was upsetting the long reign of couture, and when American designers finally emerged from the back rooms of the Garment District, put their own names on the labels and joined the ranks of high society.
From Elizabeth Taylor to Jessica Simpson, Teri Agins charts the the rise of celebrity-branded fragrances and fashion labels and their increasingly powerful roles in today's fashion system. Full of salacious details, it is nevertheless an important document of the fashion of the '90s and early 'aughts. A Century of Hollywood Costume Design" by Deborah Nadoolman Landis If you ever wanted to know how costume design works in the movies, this is your book.
As a writer, I spend a good amount of my life reading other people's words. And most of those words are about fashion. So in the spirit of sharing, I've put together a recommended reading list for those who work in, want to work in, or simply love, fashion. In addition to my own thoughts, I've conulted Fashionista's contributors, sources and friends. This list is by no means comprehensive, but these books have taught me a lot about the industry's past--as well as it's future.
The book breaks down the basics of the business and offers resources for just about everyone from emerging designers and fashion students to aspiring journalists, publicists, and downloaders—not to mention all you fashion know-it-alls out there. We sat down with author Samata Angel, the year-old British fashion designer and global campaign director of Red Carpet Green Dress , to find out her tricks of the trade.
What advantages does your book offer its readers?
Firstly, an insightful overview of all the players in the industry; having a thorough understanding of how the dynamics work is crucial. The harshest lesson I learned is that creative brilliance is probably just 30 percent of the equation—the rest is about understanding the fundamentals of the business finance, how to market yourself, selling your brand , which the book breaks down.
It also examines methods for maintaining integrity and how to have a sense of balance while making your way through the industry. What do you wish you had known when you were starting off as a designer? Grace Coddington. Kate Moss. Tamar Daniel. Scott Schuman. Alan Flusser.
Francois Baudot. Nancy Riegelman. Mary Gehlhar.
Pharrell Williams. Farid Chenoune. Axel Madsen. Christian Louboutin. Angela Kelly. Karolyn Kiisel.
Thierry-Maxime Loriot. Janet Arnold. Antonio Donnanno.
Pamela Powell. Alice Mackrell.
Willett Cunnington. Claire Wilcox.