This is the selection I made from the Collection dossier which I divided into two different images.
In the first one you can see introduction that describes the collection, the moodboard for the collection and the research I made about the history and development of the textile techniques I used to make this collection.
And in the second photo you can see the 18 looks of the collection, then some of them and its technical drawing and the speec sheets.
To show the looks individualy, I made different backgrounds with the patterns I designed for this collection.
Finally I am going to show you my thesis. It is about the development of a brand called Sicre which is pret-a-porter brand based on textiles techniques, and here I show you some extracts of the concept dossier that explains the concept and shows my references, brands that would be similar to mine and the type of woman that would buy my clothes.
I inspired on the layout design of a book from the beginning of XXth Century to make the graphic design of the dossiers and I also designed the logo of my brand.
Josef Albers (1888-1976) was an influential teacher, writer, painter, and color theorist—now best known for the Homages to the Square he painted between 1950 and 1976 and for his innovative 1963 publication The Interaction of Color.