Completing my degree at Central Saint Martins, I can confidently say YES! I can do the job. During my years studying Menswear at the renowned institution I have been creatively challenged by being exposed to different creative processes like garment construction, illustrating, fabric manipulation, design development, pattern making and cutting, the list can go on. I am self motivated, resourceful and ready to work, please feel free to contact me should you require my skills or want a consultation.
- A.VAGABOND: Central Saint Martins graduate BA Fashion LooksWeaving elements from his life in London with seven formative years in Ghana, where he lived between 10 and 17, his work serves as a semi-autobiographical quilt of experience. It comes at a time when national cultures have gripped the fashion industry’s attention, but often for negative reasons. The focus is set on calling out brands who appear to be appropriating. This has been crucial in resetting the boundary between referencing and exploitation, but just as important is recognising the young
- Stone Island- HellboundIn this project I was asked to design a collection for the global fashion brand Stone Island. Extensive research and development was carried out to create a capsule collection of 6 looks for Autumn/Winter with a focus on outerwear. The initial design ideas in this project was sparked by the history and design philosophy of the brand, ie; functionality, garment intelligence, technical fabrics, fabric durability and treatments. The starting point for my design research was Global Warming. In the
- Garment Construction
- Abobe Illustrator
- Adobe Illustrator
- Adobe Photoshop
- Pattern Cutting