Name: Professor: Course: Date: Fashion and Design The process of selecting color prints and fabrics for my client is a collaborative task. It is not hard to find the best for my client. Before I concluded on the right color print and fabric that fit my client Trevor I focused on several considerations such as: what is the purpose of the outfit what is the expected impression of the outfit what inspired my client. And also I paid attention to the current trends to help is a collaborative process; my client was not readily available for this task. It took much time consulting with him. Sometimes his opinion differed from mine. Since my client lacked any idea regarding sewing his decision did not correspond to his requirements. Another challenge was retaining my client; justifying low prices to my client who is used to home services was also a challenge. Lastly thanks to all those who buys their outfits from my shops and all those who trust and love my designs. [...]
Create your visual and styling components for your Client 3, Trevor. First, create your moodboard to focus on your concept for your client. Then, create your five collages of potential outfits that fit your client's needs. Make sure to include clothing credits. After styling your outfits for Client 3, complete your written assessment to explain the methodology behind your styling. Write your one-page assessment with Microsoft Word processing software, at 12-point font, and double-spaced. Use complete sentences and short paragraph form—no bullet points please. Please answer at least the following questions: Explain your ideas behind your five mock-up collage outfits. What colors, prints, and fabrics did you select for your client? Why? How do these fabrics work for this season? Does your client need to mix and match items in her wardrobe frequently? If so, will your client be able to mix and match successfully with the items you've given them? What is the price point of your collage outfits? What brands did you incorporate, and where can the client buy the clothing? How did you incorporate the client's mission and vision for her new wardrobe? Did you deliver some of the specific items that they were looking for? What was the most challenging part of styling this client? Are there any other important details you would like to add? Purpose Acquire experience in building outfits for a personal "real life" client. The purpose of the written assessment is to gain practice in explaining and defining your styling. This is crucial when working with a client, as you need to have reasoning behind your styling choices. Have you chosen your pieces for price point, silhouette, or another reason?