Fashion Portfolio (Online)

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If you apply for a fashion course, (BA or MA), an internship or a job in fashion you need a good portfolio. But what does a good portfolio consist of? How do you present your work in the best way possible?During the course we will help you to produce new material for your portfolio through inspiring assignments...

Taught by: Jeanette Osterried.

Description

If you apply for a fashion course, (BA or MA), an internship or a job in fashion you need a good portfolio. But what does a good portfolio consist of? How do you present your work in the best way possible?

During the course we will help you to produce new material for your portfolio through inspiring assignments. We will also look at any work you have already and how to expand and present this in the best possible light. There will be ongoing individual tutorials to tailor your work to create your perfect portfolio . This course will teach you to communicate your work as well as expand your potential as a creative in the fashion industry.

Week 1 Introduction what is a portfolio? How do I start?

Week 2 Development stage 1

Week 3 Development stage 2

Week 4 Drawing and Illustration

Week 5 Review of existing work and how to expand

Week 6 how to compile

Week 7 Layout

Week 8 Final Presentation


Tutor information

Jeanette studied Fashion Design Womenswear at Central Saint Martins and the Royal Academy of Antwerp. Since then she has run her own womenswear and knitwear business and worked alongside designers like Ann Sofie Back, Sharon Wauchob Paris, and Peter Jensen, London. For the past ten years Jeanette has been an Associate Lecturer at Central Saint Martins, BA Fashion Design womenswear, as well as knitwear department. She is a long standing tutor on the CSM short course program and has also taught fashion design at numerous other colleges.

Materials

Please bring to the first session
  • Paper
  • Drawing material
  • Camera
  • 2-3m of calico

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