As a designer I aim to provide to a market with a love for bold colours and clashing prints, women’s scarfs and gift accessories are my main focus and currently, I have a collection for both. I make sure to research foreseeable trends to help shape my colour palette and design ideas. I believe colour is the most important aspect to a design and although I am care free with pairing different shades, I always make sure that the final designs are harmonising. I have a keen eye for detail and start off each collection with fine liner drawings and either gouache or watercolour paintings, as you can see in my work I include detail with simple marks and shapes so that they have a good balance and are fun with lots of aspects. I like to mix detail and abstract such as simple spots or stripes or marks found in the detailed drawings or paintings.Locked Pro Plan feature
I will be exhibiting at New Designers showcasing my FMP project and my portfolio
I currently have a collection of 10 scarves inspired by nature which I have been selling on my website along with artist prints. www.hollievictoriadesigns.com
Working as a sales assistant in a team making sure we meet targets daily. Stocking up and cleaning. Opening and closing the store.
Exhibited my Final Major Project
Exhibited two illustrations and two scarves at Paul Smith Leeds for one week.
2016- Attended and showcased six tropical inspired designs at Premier Vision Paris at the Leeds College of Art stand. Sold one design. 2017- Sent six designs inspired by colour theory with Leeds College of Art and sold two designs.
Did a two week live brief with Asda Living to create bedding.
Three years at Leeds College of Art gaining skills to be a Printed Textiles Designer. I have gained skills in both digital and traditional methods.
Gaining the skills to attend Leeds College of Art. I exhibited an interior collection influenced by the sea side.