Imaginative and resourceful Womenswear design graduate capable of seeing projects through from concept to completion in creative and technical areas. I have developed a strong eye for detail and enjoy experimenting with pattern cutting to create conceptual yet wearable garments that are focused on cut and detail. I have just recently completed an Masters in Fashion and textiles which has been a great experience and has cemented my determination to work within the fashion industry. The self directed nature of the Mdes Fashion course has been integral to me in developing myself creatively and technically as a designer aswell as a person as I feel I am a highly motivated and determined individual. It allowed me to really learn about my own design process and refine my skills whilst constantly challenging myself and pushing them further. I have experienced some short industry placements where I gained knowledge of how companies and their design teams operate. I thoroughly enjoyed working and learning from others within a design team. I feel this is the next step for me as a designer to be able to gain more experience of this in the industry.
Tasks included pattern cutting and sewing, working to a design brief, model scouting and helping organise elements of a fashion show
Gained experience in working in a design team, designed garments that were then taken into production for the company, working to a deadline and understanding the design and business process at a company.
Experienced in customer service, stock replenishment, working in a busy team, dealing with pressure in a fast paced environment, cash handling, using initiative and commercial awareness
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