Jizuo Luo is a 2020 graduate from London College of Fashion’s Graduate Diploma in Fashion Design and Technology, and is currently studying MA Menswear.
Prior to the Graduate Diploma course, I had a great interest and foundation in drawing. I studied graphic design at university then engaged in graphic design after graduating.
Fashion design has always been an industry that I want to engage with. A graduate diploma in LCF is a way to learn some different experiences outside of MA, which is a good place to learn a good foundation and good creative thinking. I finally came here and my dream came true.
When the project comes, I will research through many ways (library, website, magazine, museum, gallery, etc.) as soon as possible, and then choose a topic by this information that I am most interested in to develop. Let everything start from the sensibility, and go in depth by a lot of experiments to engage it in my own design.
I think this course is very helpful to my comprehensive development. The main purpose of the course is to improve and strengthen design thinking.
I made a project about dictatorship. It was developed from the comic "Attack on Titan". I got inspiration and key elements from comics. Finally, taking ‘dictatorship’ as the keyword, I engaged in deep research on the relationship between a dictator and the people, research on the structure and skin texture of livestock, sample making, and collage to make this series.
My final series is five line ups, a series of clothes developed with Trump, Hitler, and Mao as the clothing reference combined with chicken as the main elements.
I am now studying at LCF's menswear MA to prepare for the market.
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