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I have always been fascinated by the ability of certain colours and items of clothing to change moods or express emotions.
Growing up, I enjoyed experimenting with styles to create my own unique look, but during my study of Textiles with Art at GCSE and A-Level I developed a real passion for working with different textures and materials and creating new designs and considered making a career out of my creative skills.
I recently visited the New Designers Exhibition to explore the possibilities of a practical fashion design course and was excited to learn of initiatives such as Fashion East, which gives students the chance to launch their careers at London Fashion Week; I would be very excited to have the chance to benefit from these in future.
Studying fashion and design skills in practice followed by gaining experience working for an established company would give me the tools to start my own business as a fashion designer in future. I am an avid observer of trends and their interpretations in different countries.
The spring catwalk shows were full of bold neon colours such as amber and tangerine, and I loved the contrasts presented at the Gucci and Prada shows making use of bright colours in contrasting styles and fabrics to create explosive looks.
I believe that clothing and accessories can transform a person into a walking piece of art, and catwalk shows and models are becoming more abstract and artistic to reflect the boldness of high fashion. I recently looked at both Parisian Vogue and British Vogue to investigate their similarities and differences: In the course of my research, I have also noticed the lack of beautiful yet supportive footwear available.
I would like to try and create a range of footwear that offers similar support to a running shoe, yet in a design that is more fashionable and wearable; this would be a project I could pursue with the skills gained from my course, and would be a great outlet for my ideas.
Theatrical makeup and hair is dramatic and bold, and appeals to my love of fashion as art: I would be very interested in gaining further work experience in the costume department of a theatre. I also feel this has made me a more effective team player, as I worked closely with both the backstage crew and performers; a successful project completed as part of a team always feels more rewarding than one completed on your own.
This has been apparent in the course of my four years on the school Athletics team, during which I achieved Commitment, Half-colour, and Outstanding awards, as well as team accolades. I also learned the importance of commitment and pushing myself to succeed; I was scouted for a local athletics club for shot-putt and discus, and participated in the team for several events prior to an unfortunate knee injury which caused me to withdraw.
I turned this situation into a positive, however, by going on to mentor young athletes during lunch hours and after school — a rewarding role which allowed me to inspire others with my passion.
I also really enjoy practising my sewing in my spare time and have studied various fashion and textiles books, ranging from fashion drawing to sewing techniques. I undertook work experience at a local theatre last year where I gained an understanding of the many roles involved in running a theatre; I really enjoyed learning different new skills, as well as interacting with members of the public and overcoming challenges.
Although I am the first person in my family to apply to university, I feel it would be the ideal place for me to grow as a person, while developing the necessary skills to succeed in an industry I am passionate about.
We hope this sample of a Fashion Design personal statement has been useful Newsletter Signup Sign up for our email newsletters Site Links.A concept statement is a formal document setting forth an idea in words and/or graphics to be presented to decision makers prior to actually implementing the idea.
The "decision makers" could be a potential client, upper management in your own organization, or a board or other organizational body.
The design concept statement must be tailored to address all the needs a client has about the space. For example, if a client insists on using pastels instead of primary colors, your concept statement cannot emphasize the use of primary colors even if your personal belief is that pastels will not be an effective use of color.
Jun 30, · A concept statement clarifies an idea or design in words. Such statements are often used as part of a business plan or when proposing an idea to an investor or potential partner. A step-by-step guide to making an interior design concept board, as well as design analysis and design statement after initial meeting with clients (first steps of interior design project).
How To Create a Concept Board For Interior Design Project When the design analysis was ready, the next step was to write the design statement. Fashion related courses are notoriously competitive, so avoiding clichés is an important way to make your application stand out, says Andrew Groves, course director for fashion design at the.
A well-written concept statement allows the listener to have a clear visualization of the business. Keep the concept statement to one paragraph consisting of three or four sentences. The concept statement is not the business plan; rather the wording is used in business plans to easily explain the idea, product or design.