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Passion for Fashion
This article looks at Australian fashion industry veteran Liz Davenport and offers her insight into succeeding in business.
The Fine Art of Fashion Design: It Starts With a Sketch
This article presents information on the fine art of fashion sketches. It is described as more than just a whimsical illustration or glamorised version of the latest fashion trend. Sketches can be a highly influential artistic statement reflecting and affecting the sensibilities of society.
Period Costumes and Their Recurring Influence
This article describes the history of clothing and what has influenced change in dress throughout the centuries.
When clothes (help) make the character
This article focuses on costume designers who are nominated for the 2014 Academy Awards. Topics discussed include costume designer Catherine Martin's designs for the film "The Great Gatsby" and costume designer Michael Wilkinson's designs for the film "American Hustle."
The digital platform for costume design communication.
This article focuses on practice-led research into the discovery of new creative techniques for producing costume design illustrations by engaging with digital technology. It tracks exploration of three different rendering styles, specifically looking at how the digital platform can inform both the process and the communication of costume