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How To Set SPRINT Goals For A Career In The Fashion Industry

How To Set SPRINT Goals For A Career In The Fashion Industry In my last article, I showed you how to set “SMART” goals for your career in the fashion industry. Now I am going to show you how to SPRINT and reach these goals super fast! Sound good? Great! Let’s get started. Why Goals […]

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Fashion Portfolio – Step 10: Add Fashion Illustrations

Step Ten To Creating Your Fashion Design Portfolio This is the LAST installment of the fashion portfolio blog series! You now have a mood board, and concept board, a color palette, flat sketches and fabric swatches. Now let’s bring it all together! It is time to add your fashion illustrations to your fashion portfolio. Adding […]

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Fashion Portfolio – Step 9: Add Flat Sketches

Step Nine To Creating A Killer Fashion Portfolio Welcome back to the fashion portfolio blog series. We are almost finished! Today I am going to show you how to add flat sketches to your fashion portfolio. So far you have sketched out your collection in a rough draft form, and selected your color palette and […]

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Fashion Portfolio Step 8: Find Your Fabrics

Step Eight To Creating Your Fashion Design Portfolio One of the best things you can add to your fashion portfolio is swatches of the materials you plan to use. People who work in the fashion industry are a textile group. We like to touch things and feel fabrics and materials. And yes. I know that […]

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Fashion Portfolio Step 7: Sketch Out Your Ideas

Step Seven To Creating A Killer Fashion Portfolio For those of you actually doing the portfolio challenge work right alongside me, let me just congratulate you on coming this far! Putting a portfolio together is hard work. Hopefully, these mini-tasks have made it easier for you along the way. If you found your way to […]

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Fashion Portfolio Step 6: Create Concept Board

Step Six To Creating A Killer Fashion Portfolio Do you know how to create a concept board for your fashion portfolio? This is step six of the fashion portfolio design process. Today I am going to explain the difference between a mood board and a concept board. If you are just joining us, This is […]

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Fashion Portfolio Step 5: Create A Color Palette

Step Five To Creating A Killer Fashion Portfolio Do you know how to create an impactful color palette for a fashion portfolio? You are about to learn how! We are moving right along to step five now of the fashion portfolio blog series. If you are just joining us I recommend you start from the […]

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Fashion Portfolio Step 4: Creating a Mood Board

Step Four To Creating Your Fashion Design Portfolio Do you know what a mood board is? This is the fourth installment of a ten-part fashion portfolio series. In this series, I break down the ten steps you need to follow to create a killer fashion portfolio. In the last article, I showed you how to […]

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Fashion Portfolio Step 3: Get Clarity of Concept

Step Three To Creating A Killer Fashion Portfolio As a fashion industry veteran I have seen a lot of fashion portfolios over the years; both good and bad. One of the main things that separate a good portfolio from a bad one is the focus of the concept or lack thereof. You HAVE to show […]

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