This last year I've been studying pattern making, fashion illustration etc, at Tillskärarakademin Malmö, to get a solid
foundation for for my (hopefully) upcoming fashion design studies. For our graduation project we were assigned to create a collection
inspired by a famous fashion designer, and I got one of the coolest ladies on earth; Vivienne Westwood.
As always when you're creating bigger projects, the process is really the most important thing to allow you to find
a path outside *the box*. By constantly searching for inspiration and then let that lead your thoughts forward, instead of just
thinking ahead makes such a difference. But it can also be scary because it leads you in directions you've never taken before and
makes you create things you never thought you would create. Although, this is my favourite part of the design project since it's
so challenging. I love to start of with a blank canvas & just one picture, or word, and then just build a world around it.
So I thought I would show you some stuff from my research book, sketch book and also some of the more
finished stuff from the presentation. Keep in mind that this is just a small extract from the huge work.
Have you ever worked with larger amounts of inspiration & the processing of that? Pls tell me your stories!