As part of a new experimental class this semester, I got to learn about going through the process of trend forecasting in the fashion industry.
Our visual concept was to portray images that we often think of when spring comes around—fresh, motivational, and hopeful as we enter a new season.
For The Fashion Show 2019, Iowa State was honored to collaborate with Vans as this year’s guest designer.
We aimed to portray the feeling of growing up, but keeping those playful and colorful thoughts you had as a child.
Over the course of the next 3 months I will be designing the online issue. Here is the first one—February 2019!
This year’s case study was based around globalization in the fashion industry. It was up to us students to choose a company and curate an omni-channel marketing launch plan to make the company expand to another country.
This magazine’s theme was called Prospective Noise—a concept that looks towards the future and is portrayed with visual noise.
As part of my apparel digital design class, we were given multiple projects throughout the semester that built on top of each other—creating an overall brand image of ourselves. This semester I have learned beginner lessons on Adobe programs such as InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator.
For our ready-to-wear spread we worked around the idea of natural and neutral.
From creating Instagram content to live tweeting, I gained knowledge that will take me further in my career goals and push me more than ever.
Less is more.
This phrase has been drilled into by brain growing up. I'm often drawn to the little, dainty details that make a person feel whole. You know, the little things that a single person can't go day by day without in order to truly feel complete.