Fashion Catalogue Design

Fashion catalogue design : Fashion photographers in india : Dublin fashion week 2011.

Fashion Catalogue Design

fashion catalogue design

fashion catalogue design – Underwear: Fashion

Underwear: Fashion in Detail
Underwear: Fashion in Detail
Get intimately acquainted with the V&A’s world-renowned collection of undergarments in this eye-opening visual history. From camisoles to corsets, basques to boudoir caps, Underwear: Fashion in Detail traces the peculiar evolution of underwear. Revealing photographs highlight close-up details in the garments, while intricate line drawings show their masterly construc­tion. A wide range of designs is represented, from rare 16th-century examples to Dior’s curvaceous New Look, to Calvin Klein’s notorious briefs.

Tomer fashion catalogue

Tomer fashion catalogue
spread in fashion catalogue for the designer Tomer. The page on the right is overlayed with a semi-transclucent vellum on which is printed the original sketch and inspiration text for the clothing design underneath it. Although it looks like nothing here it made for a very nice effect in the printed pieces.

Designs

Designs
i’m making a fashion catalogue with some of my designs as a final project for my graphic design classes.
This will be the front page for one of the collections
fashion catalogue design

fashion catalogue design

Fashioning Fashion: European Dress in Detail, 1700 - 1915
Luxurious textiles, exacting tailoring, and lush trimmings abound in this glorious volume that celebrates the evolution of European dress through two centuries.
Fashion is in the details. The textiles, tailoring, and trimmings all work together in the creation of the finest pieces. Drawing on the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s internationally known fashion collection, this gorgeous book tells the story-in words and beautiful pictures-of fashion’s aesthetic and technical development from the Age of Enlightenment to World War I, a period when fashionable dress underwent sweeping changes. Many remarkable examples of men’s, women’s, and children’s garments are featured here for the first time, including an extraordinarily rare 1790s man’s vest designed to promote sympathy with the French Revolution; a stunning 1845 black satin gown from the royal court of Portugal heavily embroidered with gold; and an 1891 evening mantle with silk embroidery, glass beads, and ostrich feathers designed by French couturier Aemile Pingat. An invaluable resource for anyone interested in the evolution of fashion, this generously illustrated book provides a rich visual history of the changes that occurred in fashionable dress spanning a period of more than two hundred years.

Every detail matters, whether you are telling a story or creating a collection or starting a revolution. Fashioning Fashion takes you through fashion and time with the sumptuous variety of an extraordinary collection. I promise, it cannot fail to inspire you.–from the preface by John Galliano