Fashion Design Inspiration: Where to Begin
with Jay Calderin
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01 Intro to Fashion Design Inspiration: Where to Begin04:10
02 Why Create a Mood Board?12:03
Class duration: 2h 36mSee all 10 lessons
About The Class
a fashion industry primer.
Jay Calderin is the author of three top-selling books on Fashion Design and the founder and executive director of Boston Fashion Week. In this class, he’ll pull back the curtain on the entire design process.
- Creating a moodboard for inspiration
- The nuts and bolts of starting a fashion line
- Specializing in specific styles
- Crafting a coherent collection
Intro to Fashion Design Inspiration: Where to Begin04:10
Why Create a Mood Board?12:03
Student Mood Boards24:59
Fashion Inspiration Resources09:54
Learn from the Masters of Fashion23:32
Explore New Fashion Frontiers06:52
Why Narrow Your Focus?19:48
Find a Fashion Specialty11:18
Craft a Collection31:37
Learn to Edit12:43
The Boston Globe refers to Jay Calderin as a budding designer's best friend. He is the author of The Fashion Design Reference and Specification Book formerly Form, Fit, Fashion, which the LA Times called, a new fashion bible for designers, aspirers and the just plain curious, this tome contains all the secrets. It was followed by his second book, Fashion Design Essentials, and a collaboration on a third book entitled, Fashion Design, Referenced. The first two books have been translated into German and Chinese. He is also a contributor to Native Fashion Now, the book that accompanies the Peabody Essex Museum’s upcoming exhibit of the same name. ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
100% of students recommend this class.
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I think this is a super taster for anyone considering fashion design as a career or hobby. Jay is a great teacher who brings knowledge and experience to the students in a really nice calm manner. I learned a great deal and Jay has expanded my horizons. Involving the students in the studio was helpful and was the questions from the presenter were useful too.
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