Unleash your inner fashion designer! Learn how to turn your stylish dreams into a small-scale paper fashion collection. (No sewing machine required.) Simply choose your paper from more than 40 trendy patterns, trace the stencil shapes, and cut out your new fabulous fashions. Once you've made your favorite looks, hang them on real metal mini hangers and display them on a miniature clothing rack. This kit comes with all the tools you need to make stunning styles! Need to Know: 32-page book includes easy-to-follow drawing instructions, a preprinted fashion sketch pad, and a fine-tip marker to help young designers create their first looks. Styling tips from a professional stylist and lots of inspiration will help you on your fashion journey. Mini metal hangers and a build-it-yourself 3D clothing rack add extra cuteness. Enough supplies to make up to 100 outfits Comes with: 10 mini hangers, easy-to-assemble clothing rack, fashion sketch pad, mini marker, 2 plastic stencil sheets, 12 decorative papers, sticker sheet, 2 colors of chenille trim, glue
The super-cool TINY FASHION STUDIO by Klutz is the perfect gift for budding designers and fashionistas.
Author: Editors of Klutz
Because in a giant city, sometimes the smallest things get overlooked. Meet the tiniest standouts in the Big Apple, from a baby dinosaur at the Museum of Natural History to a dinky basketball court in the Village that has produced some of sport’s biggest legends. Other tiny stars include the NYPD’s smallest bomb-sniffing police dog (45 pounds), the shortest first name (just one letter!), and an itsy-bitsy topless bar (1200 square feet). Tiny New York peeks into the city’s nooks and crannies to find the little things that tell the real New York story. Because in New York, Tiny isn’t cute. It’s tough. Tiny doesn’t wait for handouts. It hustles. Tiny isn’t insignificant. It’s precise. Tiny isn’t a jack-of-all-trades. It’s the master of one. There are plenty of books about New York City. But there has never been a book about the smallest things in the biggest city.
LITTLE PICASSO CHILDREN'S ART STUDIO KIDDIE ART SCHOOL UPPER EAST SIDE, MANHATTAN 480 SQUARE FEET Isabella Grossman is a former Israeli soldier, the holder of a fine arts degree from Fashion Institute of Technology, and a grandmother.
Author: Suzi Siegel
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Indonesian fashion has undergone a period of rapid growth over the last three decades. This book explores how through years of social, political, and cultural upheaval, the country's fashion has moved away from “colonial fashion” and “national dress” to claim its own distinct identity as contemporary fashion in a global world. With specific reference to women's wear, Contemporary Indonesian Fashion explores the diversity and complexity of the country's sartorial offerings, which weave together local textile traditions like batik and ikat-making with contemporary narratives. The book questions concepts of “tradition” and “modernity” in the developing world, taking stock of the elite consumption of luxury brands and the large-scale manufacturing of fast fashion, and introduces us to the rise of new trends such as busana muslim (or “modest wear”), creating a portrait of a vibrant and growing national and, increasingly, international, industry. Exploring clothing in shopping malls, on the catwalk, in magazines, and online, the book examines how Indonesian fashion is made, presented, and consumed, combining research in Indonesia with analysis and personal reflection. Contemporary Indonesian Fashion ultimately questions the deeply entrenched eurocentrism of "global fashion", simultaneously interrogating current homogenizing beauty and body image discourses posited as universal, by pointing to absences, silences, and erasures as reflected by contemporary Indonesian fashion- hence the "looking glass" of the title. Aptly illustrated, the book offers a new perspective on a rapidly developing new fashion capital, Jakarta.
Indeed, Vickers has discussed the link, in Bali, between tourism and clothing manufacturing, noting that it began to grow substantially in the 1970s: ... Janna Soekasah Joesoef, co-director with sister Amanda of Ghea Fashion Studio,
Author: Alessandra Lopez y Royo
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Looks at the different modes of dress in America in the mid twentieth century, from every day clothes to high fashion.
French designer Jacques Heim and French engineer Louis Réard both introduce tiny two-piece bathing suits. The controversial swimwear becomes ... Coco Chanel reopens her fashion studio (after closing it during World War II) in Paris.
Author: Alison Behnke
Publisher: Twenty-First Century Books
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Creating sustainable fashion has never been more important. Circular Fashion provides an accessible, practical, and holistic approach to this key topic for anyone studying fashion. This introductory text to sustainability in fashion includes best practice case studies and profiles of key companies such as Patagonia, Veja, Christopher Raeburn, and Stella McCartney. It begins with an overview of the fashion business, tackling the issues of the linear production model of make, use, dispose, before introducing the idea of the circular supply chain. Circular Fashion is the must-have book for fashion students, creatives and anyone passionate about sustainability and fashion.
The result is Miranda Bennett Studio (MBS), a clothing line that marries high-quality design aesthetics with circular production ... the MBS team harvested the seasonal dye crop, gathering the plants with their tiny yellow flowers.
Author: Peggy Blum
Publisher: Hachette UK
PATTERNS COVER STORY TINY FASHION PLATE 11 Photos , William Hozzard / Faraghan Studio As I tell my dressmaker -- my public demands that I look chic ! ... All us women dote on dainty lingerie from Santa .... Our tiny fashion model wears ...
Offers information on performing high-quality home manicures and nail art, including what tools are needed, advice on the perfect nail shape, and several examples of stylish nails.
Tribal prints are a key sourse of inspiration for fashion designers. They express style, fashion ... Nailartpolish in three tofive colors 4) Using a third polish color, add tiny dots and dashes Top coat along another edge of each shape.
Author: Amber-Elizabeth Stores
Publisher: Race Point Pub
Category: Health & Fitness
The fashion fairy princesses are organizing a fashion show! Everything has to be PERFECT and the fairies have fun shopping for outfits in Sparkle City. The final piece is a stunning dress, encrusted with fairy jewels. But moments before the show, they find the dress is ruined! Rosa must use all her skills, and a tiny bit of magic, to save the day.
Studio Sublime. “I still can't quite believe we're putting on a fashion show –today!”said Bluebell. ... Thehelpers nodded and flew out ofthe room with quick beatsoftheir tiny wings. Soon the studio was empty.
Author: Poppy Collins
Publisher: Scholastic UK
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Taking a global, multicultural, social, and economic perspective, this work explores the diverse and colourful history of human attire. From prehistoric times to the age of globalization, articles cover the evolution of clothing utility, style, production, and commerce, including accessories (shoes, hats, gloves, handbags, and jewellery) for men, women, and children. Dress for different climates, occupations, recreational activities, religious observances, rites of passages, and other human needs and purposes - from hunting and warfare to sports and space exploration - are examined in depth and detail. Fashion and design trends in diverse historical periods, regions and countries, and social and ethnic groups constitute a major area of coverage, as does the evolution of materials (from animal fur to textiles to synthetic fabrics) and production methods (from sewing and weaving to industrial manufacturing and computer-aided design). Dress as a reflection of social status, intellectual and artistic trends, economic conditions, cultural exchange, and modern media marketing are recurring themes. Influential figures and institutions in fashion design, industry and manufacturing, retail sales, production technologies, and related fields are also covered.
Kline, Tiny. Circus Queen & Tinker Bell: The Memoir of Tiny Kline. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2008. Kniel, Nicholas, Timothy Wright, ... “Between Studio and Catwalk— Artists in Fashion Magazines.” Fashion Theory 13:1 (March ...
Author: Mary Ellen Snodgrass
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