I constantly pictured myself owning my business. I want to be able to set my own rules and ethics for my brand. I not only what to own my own business but I want to own a successful business. To me owning a business and a successful business is to different things.
Since the most fundamental years of our journey towards independence, our first years in school, we are taught we can achieve anything. Our teachers, parents, family, and more all inspire us to be whoever we want, do whatever we love, and most importantly find our passion. Little girls aspire to become models, actresses, even doctors searching for a cure to cancer. Little boys want to become firefighters, builders, or anything they set their mind to. Children are told they could do anything, many strive to become olympians or even the president of the United States.
When researching for some great programs that interested me in my field of fashion, David’s Bridals appealed to me the most. I am interested in the position of the Wedding Dress Sales Stylist. David’s Bridal is known for having the best selection of wedding dresses with different designer labels attached to them. Eventually I plan to design my own wedding dresses and purchase my own store. With the experience of becoming a member of the David’s Bridal team, being a stylist will allow me to be surrounded by new designs enabling me to create designs and patterns of my own.
His love with fashion began at an early age. He studied art and architecture in Southern Illinois University and eventually led him to New York where he studied fashion clothing design. Atwood shoe designs has that Cinderella factor which turns every female’s face as if they’re wearing a magical shoe. His shoe designs is devoted to making women’s bottom halves look long, lean and fabulously sexy – and he does all that without killing their feet. His wicked stilettos, filled with detail and unusual contrasts, are expertly constructed using only the finest luxury
Betsey Johnson was born on August 10, 1942, Wethersfield, Conneticut. She had two great passions for dance and art when she was growing up. This led her to pursue her interests in art and design at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, which then she later transferred to Syracruse University. After graduating college, she dove into the fashion industry and got a job in the Madammoiselle magazine art department but soon later became an independent fashion designer. Part of Johnson 's success was her abililty to sense the social and subsequent style and sillouette changes.
Queen Elizabeth’s influence of her fashion taste contributed to the textile industries booming business. Queen Elizabeth as a child always had an eye for beautifully crafted gowns. She did not like basic patterns or plain solid colors; her interest was in magnificent fabrics and jewels to make her wardrobe iconic and unique which set her apart from other previous queens. The Queen’s style influenced other Elizabethans to copy her fashion and design choices. The Queen enjoyed altering her dresses for her new style ideas.
This is when my love for fashion photography started and the traveling that comes along with it. I already love traveling itself but mixing photography within it was an idea that never left my mind. Another photographer that influences my life would have to be Steven Klein. His exaggeration on concept, lighting, makeup etc. is something that has always caught my eye. I love the way that photography tells a story, brings back the memories, and depicts whatever message you are trying to relay.
Doe Deere and Lime Crime are certainly a perfect match. Certainly, the makeup line and Doe Deere are inspiring a new generation of women to look beyond the traditional makeup and fashion rules to find their own style. What 's Wrong With Rules We live in a society that creates rules that people are expected to follow. Doe Deere believes that certain rules should be followed in modern society.
the use of past fashions as a source of inspiration for fashion designers and students- an approach that Westwood takes toward the majority of her collections, the ‘Mini-Crini’ an obvious example as it is an amalgamation of 19th Century crinoline and the 1960’s Mini - two iconic styles of dress representing entirely different eras of fashion. The ‘Crini' concoction clearly showcases the designer’s rich engagement with history on a number of levels. “The Mini-Crini of S/S 1986 played with the ideas of a heightened femininity by framing the body in a swaying bell-shaped skirt, a flirtatiously abbreviated version of the mid-nineteenth century crinoline.” (Arnold, 2002) …blending garments and eras that are seemingly so incongruous, in this case miniskirt, corset and crinoline, she creates clothes that are visually jarring, bringing together familiar elements seen in countless other images, yet fracturing their usual meanings by placing them in a new context. (Arnold, 2002)
Fashion can find expression and be coded by materially and visually in forms of color, shape, texture and branding, and must be created and spread inside cultural fields combining local and global systems. Fashion is not just a social practice concerning clothing and address. It is more of an expressive sensibility favoring novelty and individuality, which energizes facets of both monetary production and personal consumption.
I think her unique ideas came from the jobs that she had before actually becoming noticed from her art pieces. She used to sell prom dresses and they usually have many beads and designs to them. Lou took the ideas from prom dresses and took it when creating her art. Lou contribution to the Art world is that she has brought a new type contemporary art by bringing in material such as beads and using to make objects we use and see every day. Lou and her most notable works was called the Continuous Mile which was to employ many people in order to engage in the community and build home in the process of making her art work.
PolkaDots Fashion Mobile Boutique is my priority. This is my opportunity to take my love and fashion passion into a full time career. I will use the lessons I 've learned, the skills I 've been taught and the knowledge I 've gained, to make it unique, eclectic and better than the rest! I have what it takes to open, run and maintain a successful mobile boutique. I just need your help to get me there!
Knowing this, it’s important that everything I do has a purpose, because I am not only using my gift for others, but I am also using it as a tool of advancement for this art form. All of the past greats defined an era and a time and have successfully emerged audiences into those worlds, and the same thing must be done now. It is blasphemy to take this art that is so dear to time and contribute nothing to its longevity. This is the way I make my small change in the world, and this has always been the way I’ve felt. Moving forward, it’s important that I explore every aspect of theatre that I can in preparation for the challenges that I and the world will face ahead.
Meeting the customer need and want is a quality and a challenge. I have been working on new up do hair styles for women that will be great for the hot weather of the summer and at the same time will help their hair grow. I have created a new style and setting new prices that should be great for all of my clients. Anna’s Clients continue to grow bigger day by day and seems to be the place to get your hair braided. In the next five years the revenue growth is expected to improve an average of an annual rate of 3.2% to $58.7 billion by 2019.
Whether it’s a doodle or a fashion model. I want to be the best I can be within the industry, and comprehending all aspects of it is very important to me. I could just sit around and wait for my dream to come to me, but I want to chase it down and show the industry why they need me. I applied for an internship at Designers and Agents in NYC. I was a junior in high school who wanted a foot in the industry.