NimTung (Judy) Tang
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NimTung (Judy) Tang

Fashion DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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NimTung (Judy) Tang
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NimTung (Judy) Tang

Fashion DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
My name is Judy Tang and I’m a London-based fashion designer originally from Hong Kong. As a passionate recent fashion design graduate at Ravensbourne University London, I am looking for a position to both apply and challenge the skills I have developed over the years. With a view of my fashion design work as artistic expression more broadly, I have a penchant for hand-sketching and a creative, detail-oriented eye for concept development and pattern cutting. I am always looking to learn, improve and branch out, including into the realm of menswear.
Projects
  • TIKTOK MERCHANDISE & RESIDENCY COMPETITION 2020
    TIKTOK MERCHANDISE & RESIDENCY COMPETITION 2020Selected to participate in a 5-day creative TikTok residency in professional factory environment and manufacturing/produce 4x of my winning design for TikTok to gift to their influencer community. In addition, it comes with a £500 competition prize
  • SHOWstudio x  Adam Andrascik: Class of 2020 Finalist
    SHOWstudio x Adam Andrascik: Class of 2020 FinalistSelected to be one of the six graduating students to present my graduate collections over zoom call with Adam Andrascik, Nick Knight and Pierre A. M’Pelé. Also showcased my graduate collection via SHOWstudio. Here is the link for my interview: https://www.showstudio.com/projects/class-of-2020/interviews-fashion-design-shortlist
  • LOST & FOUND
    LOST & FOUNDInspired by Fumio Sasaki, a Japanese writer who lives with a few pieces of clothing and not much else, this graduation collection examines minimalism through an exploration of routine, connectivity and efficiency. In reducing clutter and excess, we produce a demand for efficiency (that is, how much can we achieve with as little as possible?) and — as an emergent property of having such little variety — routine. Cycling through the same pieces in our wardrobe day after day, week after week, the
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Projects credited in
  • Meet the GFF 2020 Fashion Concept Award Nominees
    Meet the GFF 2020 Fashion Concept Award NomineesThe Design Concept Award has been created to celebrate the research and concept development that must take place in order to produce a cohesive and well thought through the collection. No toiling or final products are to be included within the entry. Meet the nominees below!
Work history
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    Toogood logo
    Design InternToogood
     - London, United KingdomInternship
    Assistance to the Senior Designer and Design Trainee. Design idea generation, textile swatch development, toile sewing, fabric sourcing, studio upkeep and maintenance. Especially responsible for the limited edition (Hand painting) of the Collection 012.
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    A-COLD-WALL* logo
    Studio InternA-COLD-WALL*
     - London, United KingdomInternship
    Assisting design and production team in toiling and pattern drafting, experimenting with fabric dye etc. Also preparation for the LFW Show and the daily running of the studio.
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Skills
  • Developing Concepts
  • Fashion Design
  • Pattern Cutting
  • Design Development
  • Illustration
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • CAD Drawings
Education
    Ravensbourne University London logo
    Ravensbourne University London logo
    BA (Hons) Fashion DesignRavensbourne University London
     - London, United Kingdom
    Womenswear
Awards
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    Fashion Concept AwardGraduate Fashion Foundation
    One of the top 10 shortlisted candidates of the Fashion Concept Award for Graduate Fashion Foundation 2020.
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    SHOWstudio x Adam Andrascik : Class of 2020SHOWStudio
    Handpicked by Nick Knight to be one of six the finalists, able to showcase my final collection via SHOWstudio and present my final year collections over video call with Adam Andrascik, Nick Knight and Pierre A. M’Pelé.