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Recently graduated Textile Designer, interested in concept creation, trend forecasting and smart textiles.Locked Pro Plan feature
Design for Care was a Design Council project exploring new services, products and processes in relation to health, social care and well-being. Collaborating with four other students from Product Design, Graphic Design and Fine Art, our task was to answer the question "How might we create the conditions to encourage more acts of altruism?". As a group we investigated this brief, focusing on aiming to increase community interaction between the elderly and their neighbours. We presented our findings as a group at the Design Academy Headquarters, and answered questions from the panel of industry professionals.
Working with a team of three other students in conjunction with tutors to organise NTU's Textile Design exhibition at Première Vision. Together we identified four concepts for students to respond to, creating mood boards with accompanying fabric/yarn suggestions. We were also responsible for designing headers, banners and stickers to be used for presenting students' samples. Luckily we were able to attend Première Vision alongside our tutors and speak to industry professionals, other students and tutors as well as visit other stalls and trend presentations.
Ashish Gupta is a Fashion Designer based in the UK, creating seasonal collections. I assisted Ashish and his team for three days during London Fashion Week. My responsibilities included: • Assisting models during casting and fittings • Sorting jewellery prior to garment styling • Organising garments into looks for the show • Packing garments before transportation • Running errands, collecting items for the show • Helping out backstage, answering any questions from the dressers
Bella Singleton is a print designer based in the UK creating luxury silk scarves. I assisted Bella for two days during London Fashion Week at the Designer Showrooms. My responsibilities included: • Speaking to buyers and press • Labeling and organising scarves • Ensuring that the stand was neat and orderly
Worked at Next HQ for two weeks within the non-clothing womenswear team. My responsibilities included: • Assisting with preparation of garment samples and boards before presentation • Using scanned embroidery samples in photoshop to create embroidery placements for sleepwear and lingerie • Creating mood boards for trend forecasting • Creating slogans for sleep and loungewear