BA (Hons) Fashion design Graduate from University for the Creative Arts Epsom. I have always been fascinated by other cultures and historical periods. My work often takes inspiration from periods throughout history and includes a textile element. My strengths lie within 3D design and pattern cutting and construction. Hardworking with a strong drive I can work well independently and under pressure. Finishing my degree and producing a four outfit collection from my home has taught me I can stay highly motivated and overcome problems when presented them. I am excited to build upon my skills and expand my knowledge whilst working in a fast paced design team with likeminded individuals.
- Pre- CollectionInspired by Romany Gypsies and the Travelling communities around the world this collection takes inspiration from the nomadic lifestyle. The silhouettes are inspired from the interiors of these communities' homes alongside the fabric and colour choices which are inspired by their cultural dress. Focusing on fortune tellers and palm readers I took particular interest in the mystical traditional side of some of these communities. Finding interest in tarot cards and the way the fortune teller trave
- Graduate CollectionCompleting my Graduate collection from home during Covid-19. Looking at the 1920/30’s as my starting point, Paul Poiret and Erte were huge inspirations for my final collection alongside art deco furniture and movie stars’ costumes. Erte’s fashion illustration of a woman in a sort of chain/ caged dress reminded me of macrame and knitting. I used this macrame technique as a kind of knitwear effect for my garments alongside the Poiret’s sculptural circular silhouettes.
Pattern Cutting Studio InternTemperley London
- London, United KingdomInternship
Daily duties including; cutting out samples for machinist to sew in variety of fabrics, including bespoke wedding dresses. Collecting, amending and packing patterns from plotter. Fusing fabrics and mending garments. Digitising patterns with accu maker explorer technology into Gerber software. Checking quality control- measuring garments against specs.
- London, United KingdomFreelance
Working under pressure, being responsible to dress and change the models quickly. Look after jewellery and model’s wellbeing. Attention to detail was key when dressing and checking outfits were correct.
- Industrial Sewing
- Adobe Illustrator
- Garment Construction
- Textiles Design
- Fashion Styling
- CAD Drawings
- Design Innovation
- Fashion Design
BA (Hons) Fashion DesignUniversity for the Creative Arts: Epsom
- Epsom, United Kingdom
1st Class BA (Hons) in Fashion
+ Show more