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Books for Learning About Historic Costume
Back in the library today for a look at some resources to assist in your study of historic costume! There are a few textbooks I left off this list, but these are the books that have inspired me when designing and making historic costumes in the past. Back in the days before Pinterest, these were all I had to delve into admiring historic dress... Books Mentioned: 1- The collection of the Kyoto Costume Institute : Fashion - a history from the 18th to the 20th Century (French) by Akiko (Chief Editor) Fukai (Author) (Once again this book makes my list of must haves. This huge book includes both historic and vintage fashion, perfect for anyone interested in both. The video shows the edition I have, but there are several others I assume are just as great. Mostly full of just gorgeous photos, this book gives a great visual overview of fashion through the ages and I have always found it endlessly inspiring) 2- Fashioning Fashion:European Dress in Detail, 1700-1915 by Sharon Sadako Takeda (This book highlights some wonderful pieces from the Metropolitan Museum of Art's costume collection. The excellent photographs allow you to absorb every detail) 3- Dangerous Liaisons: Fashion and Furniture in the Eighteenth Century (Metropolitan Museum of Art) by Harold Koda (Author), Andrew Bolton (Author), Mimi Hellman (Author) (A little bit different, with a lot more text than the other books I've mentioned. great for learning about 18th century dress for both men and women, and seeing the furnishings that would have surrounded such elegantly dresses aristocrats as well.) 4- 5,000 Years of Textiles by Jennifer Harris (This was a textbook I ended up buying for my history of textiles class in university, and remains a useful resource when studying textiles and their development through time and by region or class.) 5&6- Fashion in Detail Series (V & A Fashion in Details) by Valerie Mendes (Author), Claire Wilcox (Fashion in Detail are a series of books by the V&A Museum and are great for historic costumers as well as vintage fashion devotes. This book covers some of the great details, finishes, styles, and textiles of clothing from the Victoria & Albert Museum's wonderful historic costume collection) 7&8- Victorian and Edwardian Fashions from "La Mode Illustrée" (Dover Fashion and Costumes) by JoAnne Olian (Editor) & Victorian Fashions and Costumes from Harper's Bazar, 1867-1898 (Dover Fashion and Costumes) by Stella Blum (Editor) (For those more Victorian or Edwardian inclined, (or perhaps Steampunk as well!), these collected reproductions of real antique fashion plates give endless examples of designs and ensembled from these eras.) 9&10- Patterns of Fashion Series vol. 1 & 2 by Janet Arnold (Janet Arnold is considered one of the fairy godmothers of historic costume research and documentation. For those wondering what all of these gorgeous historic gowns look like before they were sewn together, these Patterns of Fashion books have everything laid out for you. Just scale up the patterns and adjust them to fit (okay, no mean feat) and you will be swanning about in yards of taffeta in no time!) What are your favorite reference books for historic costume? Thanks for watching! Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/theclosethistorian/ The Closet Historian Blog - https://theclosethistorian.blogspot.com/ Tumblr - https://theclosethistorian.tumblr.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/theclosethistorian Music: Ride of the Thuringia Hussars, United States Marine Band (YouTube Audio Library)
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Fashioning Fashion: European Dress in Detail, 1700 - 1915 [Flip Through]
Sorry for the video low quality (Please watch it in 720p for better results) For more information about the book and where to buy it, click here: https://azhurbooks.blogspot.com/2018/07/fashioning-fashion-european-dress-in.html Condition of my book: New Song: Daybreak http://www.purple-planet.com
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Fashioning the Body: An Intimate History of the Silhouette
April 3–July 26, 2015 at Bard Graduate Center Gallery More: http://www.bgc.bard.edu/gallery/gallery-at-bgc/fashioning-the-body.html Having garnered high acclaim at the Musée des Arts décoratifs in Paris in 2013, the exhibition Fashioning the Body will present the many devices and materials that women and men have used to shape their silhouettes from the seventeenth century to today, including panniers, corsets, crinolines, bustles, stomach belts, girdles, and push-up brassieres, alongside examples of period garments that were molded by these distinctive understructures. The exhibition will also look at how lacing, hinges, straps, springs, and stretch fabrics have been used to alter natural body forms. Curated by Dr. Denis Bruna, curator, Fashion and Textile department, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, and professor at the École du Louvre, the exhibition will explore the history of what has long been “behind the scenes” in clothing and fashion—far beyond the corset, the best-known device for shaping the figure. This show, which draws heavily on the Paris museum’s unrivaled costume collection, is the first of its kind, and the Bard Graduate Center will be its only venue in North America. In addition to complete outfits shaped by these hidden structural contraptions, the exhibition will also feature moving mannequins wearing mechanized reconstructions of panniers, crinolines, and bustles in order to show how the undergarments worked. Dr. Denis Bruna has a doctorate in history from the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. He joined Les Arts Décoratifs in 2011 as curator of fashion and textile collections before the nineteenth century. He is also a professor and director of research in the history of fashion, costume, and textiles at the École du Louvre. His research focuses on the history and iconography of the costume, dress, and customs of the body. He has published several books and was the curator of the 2012 exhibition Fashioning Fashion: Two Centuries of European Fashion 1700–1915. This exhibition was organized by Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris, and curated by Dr. Denis Bruna, curator, Fashion and Textile department, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, and professor at the École du Louvre. Fashioning the Body is made possible in part by The Coby Foundation, The Selz Foundation, Liliane and Norman Peck, Iris Cantor, Fernanda Kellogg and Kirk Henckels, Deborah Miller and William D. Zabel, and other generous donors. Special thanks to Stephen Jones, Titi Halle, and Antonin Baudry, President, Institut français, Ambassador for French Culture.
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Shredded with Adam Saaks - Designs Dress on Mila Kaladjurdjevic @MilaKali
In this episode of Shredded, Adam Saaks cuts a dress on Mila Kaladjurdjevic in the Hollywood Hills. This video is beautiful to watch. Enjoy! FOR LIVE CUTTING APPEARANCES CONTACT: [email protected] Watching Adam Saaks cut live is a see it to believe it experience. He brings an element of creativity and charisma to millions who witness him in action. For the past seven years he has spent the majority of his time traveling to the farthest reaches of the planet so he can bring his love for T-shirt cutting to the masses. He has performed uncountable live cutting shows throughout Russia, France, UK, China, India, Tunisia, UAE, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, Holland, Denmark, Norway, Croatia, Austria, Germany, Japan, Taiwan, New Zealand, Australia, Egypt, Mexico, Canada, Italy, Hong Kong, Thailand, Philippine Islands and every major city in the United States. For all inquiries regarding Adam's live performances contact [email protected] direct +1 (213) 925-9998 MORE ABOUT ADAM: Born and raised in San Jose, California. As a child he fell deeply in love with drawing free-hand, then in his late teens circa 1990, he moved to San Francisco and for the next decade he redirected his artistic eye to wardrobe styling. In 2001 Adam relocated to Los Angeles where his lifetime of sketching and working with fabrics collided into the perfect marriage. The result…Adam Saaks Custom CuToure. For over twelve years Adam is continuously breaking new ground with his precision cuts and signature laddering technique. His designs remain timeless, one of a kind works of art. He's been deemed the Godfather of the T-shirt cutting phenomenon and has a celebrity clientele that would wear out any red carpet as well as a cult following consisting of over 200,000,000 viewers on YouTube and over 112,000 followers on Instagram. CELEBRITY CLIENTELE: Heidi Klum, Lenny Kravitz, Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry, Shakira, Eminem, Pink, Mel B, Nicole Ritchie, Britney Spears, Eva Longoria, Alicia Keys, Keira Knightly, Karolina Kurkova, Jessica Simpson, Eve, Carmen Electra, Mariah Carey, Paris and Nicky Hilton,, Hilary Duff, Heather Graham, Pamela Anderson, Lindsay Lohan, Jessica Alba and many more... Online Store: http://adamsaaks.net Instagram: http://bit.ly/1uEgwEM Official Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1xufOfR Twitter: http://bit.ly/1qB68zr Facebook Business Page: http://on.fb.me/1yuNbxq Adam Saaks Book - "Love At First Cut": http://on.fb.me/1HrjOlr
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How to draw a dress design - Dresses Drawing step by step
This tutorial shows how to draw a prom and fashion dress. Publishing : Suart86 All Rights Reserved (P) & (C) Suart86 2018
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fashion sketch - speed painting
DO NOT REUPLOAD THIS VIDEO WITHOUT MY PERMISSION This was a commission work for a customer. I'm coloring with watercolor and gouache then adding a pencil layer. You can find more fashion videos on my instagram: zoljargal_e
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Stylin' with Sofia Carson | Descendants 2
Join Sofia Carson (Evie) as she discusses the Evie's 4 Hearts fashion collection and shows you the top 5 ways to be wicked with D-Signed! Descendants 2 premieres Friday, July 21, 2017 on Disney Channel in the U.S. and Canada! Evie’s 4 Hearts: https://www.target.com/c/descendants-2/-/N-csrji?intc=dvmo369648086l62541326c138204695577&lnk=dvmdfp D-Signed Ways to be Wicked: https://www.kohls.com/catalog/descendants.jsp?CN=PersonaGroup:Descendants When the pressure to be royal becomes too much for Mal, she returns to her rotten roots on the Isle of the Lost where her archenemy Uma, the daughter of Ursula, has taken her spot as self-proclaimed queen of the run-down town. Uma, still resentful over not being selected by Ben to go to Auradon with the other Villain Kids, stirs her pirate gang including Captain Hook's son Harry and Gaston's son Gil, to break the barrier between the Isle of the Lost and Auradon, and unleash all the villains imprisoned on the Isle, once and for all. Click the SUBSCRIBE button to get notifications when new Disney Descendants videos are posted! Official Site: http://www.disney.com/descendants Get the inside scoop on everything going on in Auradon right now! Follow @Descendants on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Descendants Follow @DisneyDescendants on Instagram: http://instagram.com/DisneyDescendants Like Disney Channel on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/disneychannel Follow @DisneyChannel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/disneychannel Follow @DisneyChannel on Instagram: http://instagram.com/disneychannel
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10 Outfits That Changed The World
A talk by Amber Butchart of London College Of Fashion at FFWD Season 5.
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Fashioning Diaspora: Ayqa Khan, Sharon Heijin Lee, Vanita Reddy, Meera Sethi, and Thuy Linh Tu
Fashioning Diaspora: Ayqa Khan, Sharon Heijin Lee, Vanita Reddy, Meera Sethi, and Thuy Linh Tu Wednesday, November 16, 2016 at NYU Pless Hall Lounge As part of the A/P/A Institute’s ongoing exploration of beauty practice, fashion, labor, and diaspora, we hosted Vanita Reddy (Texas A&M University), whose Fashioning Diaspora: Beauty, Femininity, and South Asian American Culture (Temple University Press, 2016) “is essential reading for scholarship on beauty” (erin Khuê Ninh). Reddy carefully mapped how transnational itineraries of beauty and fashion shape South Asian American cultural identities and racialized belonging. Ayqa Khan is a Brooklyn-based artist and photographer whose digital illustrations of South Asian women aim to normalize body hair, and raise questions about hair removal practices. Through her work notions of “feminine” beauty are interrogated and re-presented. The work of Meera Sethi, a Toronto-based visual artist, explores fashion and the politics of dress, while foregrounding queer, diasporic, and post-colonial histories. She presented recent projects including Upping the Aunty, a multidimensional work comprised of street fashion photography, a coloring book for adults, and paintings that place the figure of the “Aunty” at the center of fashionability. Sharon Heijin Lee and Thuy Linh Tu (both from the NYU Department of Social & Cultural Analysis) served as discussants. Cosponsored by the NYU Center for Multicultural Education and Programs (NYU CMEP) and the A/P/A Studies Program in the NYU Department of Social & Cultural Analysis.
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Fashioning the Future with British Icons
Step inside the world of four British fashion icons, including Naomi Campbell, Anya Hindmarch, Edward Enninful and Joan Burstein. Hear their private stories about an item that shaped their career in the past and how they envision the future of the British fashion scene. The British Fashion Council and Google Arts & Culture have partnered together to create immersive virtual reality stories to invite everyone online to discover more about the heritage and creativity of British Fashion. Learn more about the project on https://g.co/britishfashion Subscribe to the British Fashion Council channel https://goo.gl/v9HnIn Subscribe to Google Arts & Culture channel https://goo.gl/A1PMeR
Fashion Sketching 101- How to become a fashion designer
Thumbs up if you like this vid! Comment and Share please :) http://fashionangelwarrior.com/ What other Sketching techniques would you like to know? Want to learn how to become a fashion designer? Are you applying to a fashion college but don't have a portfolio? Do you love to draw but don't know the first thing about sketching? Get coaching from someone who has already done it, the Fashion Angel Warrior! Markers: Pigma Micron 08 Black Pigma Micron 03 Black Prismacolor Blondewood Staedtler Mars Graphic 3000 duo in Cool Grey 5 (this is the darker grey felt tip marker) Prismacolor Cool Grey 20% (this is my lighter grey color) Prismacolor Black Instagram: http://instagram.com/fashionangelwarrior FB: http://facebook.com/fashionangelwarrior TW: http://twitter.com/FashionWarrior1 Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/fashionwarrior2 Youtube: http://youtube.com/fashionangelwarrior "Turning your Passion for Fashion into a Reality" FTC disclaimer: I bought everything with my own money. All opinions are 100% honest and my own. ChristineDeAngeloDaalFashionQueen
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Fashion Book & Commentary On The Unattainable Feminine Ideal
Faux fashion show + dance/theater performance + book launch + gallery show extravaganza. Saturday, November 16, 2013 SOMArts Cultural Center 934 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA Doors Open: 7pm Performance: 8pm A sendup and dressing down of the fashion industry with guest artists and a cast of 25 women. Featuring original couture by Kate Mitchell, "an excellent designer who textures space harmoniously and with a flair for the dramatic." - Rita Felciano fashioningwomen.com
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360° Video: Exhibition Of The Queen's Fashion
Take a look at this 360° video from a new exhibition of the Queen's fashion through the decades. 'Fashioning a Reign: 90 Years of Style from The Queen's Wardrobe' displays clothes worn by the Queen during her childhood, right up to the present day. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/skynews Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/skynews and https://twitter.com/skynewsbreak Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/skynews For more content go to http://news.sky.com and download our apps: iPad https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/Sky-News-for-iPad/id422583124 iPhone https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/sky-news/id316391924?mt=8 Android https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bskyb.skynews.android&hl=en_GB
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The Queen's fashion secrets REVEALED: And how she NEVER gets blisters from new shoes...
I say thank you to those of you who are watching this video, do not forget to like, share and subscribers youtube channel Visit also my blog http: // http: //annbreakingnews.blogspot.co.id/ Twetter: https://twitter.com/breaking_ann THANK YOU The Queen's fashion secrets REVEALED: And how she NEVER gets blisters from new shoes... IT WAS a remarkable first for a 91-year-old monarch who has long been feted as a style icon, if mainly for her regal indifference to stylish fads. On Tuesday the Queen made her first ever appearance at London Fashion Week and took her place in the famous front row next to US Vogue’s editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, another legendary queen of fashion who chose not to remove her dark sunglasses throughout, despite the presence of royalty. Undeterred the Queen viewed Richard Quinn’s collection avidly before presenting the Central Saint Martin’s fashion graduate with the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design organised by her dresser Angela Kelly and the British Fashion Council. Introducing her, chief executive of the BFC Caroline Rush paid tribute: “Your Majesty, I know you do not wish to be known as a fashion icon but for all of us in this room… we know you undoubtedly are.” Here we present the style secrets of the Queen’s wardrobe. GLOVES She favours brushed cotton gloves 15cm in length which are supplied by Cornelia James Ltd. They are washable and she changes them several times a day. For evening she wears lighter nylon ones. SKIRT LENGTH Her hems fall below her knee and include tiny lead curtain weights sold by department stores in a bid to avoid any Marilyn moments. NO WRINKLES Her clothes have to be crease and breeze resistant to allow her to climb in and out of cars without a hitch. They must also be roomy enough for regular arm waving. STORAGE All clothes and accessories are kept for posterity at Buckingham Palace in boxes and cotton bags inside mahogany wardrobes with airtight doors. Everything is archived and some of her evening gowns from the last 60 years are periodically on display. STANDING OUT IN A CROWD The Queen is particularly keen to adopt “outrageous designs and bright colours”, according to Stewart Parvin who has designed evening wear for the Queen since 2000. She favours block colours which elongate her tiny frame (she is only 5ft 3in) and offer maximum visibility. “If I wore beige,” the Queen once said, “nobody would know who I am.” If the Queen is planting a tree in a setting with a predominantly green background, for example, the colour is avoided in her clothing choices that day. Similarly the white, jewel-studded outfit worn for her Diamond Jubilee River Pageant in 2012 was chosen to contrast with the strong reds of the boat’s upholstery. HER TRUSTED DRESSMAKER Sir Norman Hartnell and Sir Hardy Amies designed for her in the past. Today many of her clothes are designed and made at the palace by senior dresser Angela Kelly and her team. Kelly, who was taken on as a dresser in 1993 after working as a housekeeper for a British diplomat, once explained: “The Queen loves clothes and is a real expert on fabrics. “It’s not been a question of me teaching the Queen, it’s been the other way around.” Kelly sketches at least four different designs for a particular piece of fabric, from which the Queen can choose. After initial discussions she produces a technical drawing from which the pattern is cut. Everything is cut and shaped to match a mannequin made to the Queen’s size, details which have always been kept top secret. A prototype, or toile, is then made from rough cotton allowing the design to be tweaked before the final fabric is cut. Fitting sessions typically last half a day. Four or five outfits are fitted at each session to make the best use of time. In her book Dressing The Queen published in 2012 Kelly revealed that an electric fan is sometimes used to test precisely how lightweight fabrics such as chiffon, organza or silk will move in a breeze. She also explained that splits and pleats are always fitted into full-length designs to make stairs easy to negotiate. Up to 12 people staff the Queen’s wardrobe department for big occasions, including three dressmakers, a milliner and four dressers whose job it is to help the Queen get dressed as well as keep her clothes in pristine condition. BAGS OF STYLE She owns more than 200 Launer bags and favours the Royale and the black patent Traviata, which has a longer handle to ease the process of handshaking. ONCE WAS ENOUGH The Queen has been photographed in public wearing trousers only once. During the royal tour of Canada in 1970 she wore a pair designed by young royal dressmaker Ian Thomas in a short-lived bid to modernise her look. They did not make a reappearance. RECYCLING The Queen tends to switch between new items and pieces she has worn before but the use of recycled items is staggered strategically throughout the y
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[[Earn free paytm cash use refer code and play quiz Download app link ]] - I am playing Qureka to win Rs 3,00,000 this month. You too can win, use my invite code SACH15998 to sign up. Click here to install https://goo.gl/YxHck5 refer code-- SACH15998 [ MBA course full details, MBA क्या है? MBA कैसे करे? ] :- https://youtu.be/eua9Db_SIFE [ BBA course full details , BBA Course क्या है? ] :- https://youtu.be/0SJ_hw0e1EA [ Bsc IT course full details |Job, scope, salary, compilite details ] :-- https://youtu.be/g3mBus3_JP0 [animation & multimedia course full details , job, scope, eligibility, salary,more] :--https://youtu.be/9mulLCqqt9w [ About Ehical Hacking | know what is ethical hacking ] :- https://youtu.be/8-3X1VQrKI0 [ Video Game Designer कैसे बने?? | full details about video gameing career in india ] :- https://youtu.be/nEijxZdSIxY hello friends welcome to learn special ..... is video me maine fashion designing ke bare me bataya hai.... to video ko pura dekhe.. my channel link here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOz3SlFwhoUTiobsJGIb3fA aur video achha lge to yis video ko like kare dosto ke sath share kare aur comment bhi kar skte hai. aur agar aap hamare channel pe nye hai plz subscribe kare ------------------------------------------------ ----------------------------------------------------- Note:- here in this channel you can watch technical videos, editing , educational videos, unboxing, review and more videos so plz subscribe my channel for more view.... ----------------thanks for watching-------- learn special learnspecial
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Everyday STEM | Fashion
The first video in the Everyday STEM series! I talk about the STEM in fashion, all while being super awkward :/. Please enjoy, like and subscribe! Constructive criticism is veryyy appreciated :) My facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/jennlient
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Literature for Fashion Research Part 2: Field-specific Research Books and Biographies
Complete Bibliography in Order of Appearance: Diana de Marly: The History of Haute Couture. 1850-1950, London 1980. Penelope Byrde: Nineteenth Century Fashion. London 1992. Alison Gernsheim: Victorian and Edwardian Fashion, A Photographic Survey. New York 1981. Debra N. Mancoff: Fashion in Impressionist Paris. London and New York, 2012. Liza Dalby: Kimono. Fashioning Culture, London 1993. Allison Matthews David: Fashion Victims. The Dangers of Dress Past and Present, London 2015. Marcia Dixcy Jory: The Ingenue in White. Reflections of a Costume Designer (Art of Theatre Series), Hanover 2003. Gertrud Lehnert: Wenn Frauen Männerkleider tragen. Geschlecht und Maskerade in Literatur und Geschichte, dtv 1997. Caroline Weber: Queen of Fashion. What Marie Antoinette wore to the Revolution, New York 2006. Penelope Byrde: Jane Austen Fashion. Fashion and Needlework in the Works of Jane Austen, Moonrise Press 2008. Sarah Jane Downing: Fashion in the Time of Jane Austen. Oxford 2010. Diana de Marly: Worth. Father of Haute Couture, London 1980. Edith Saunders: The Age of Worth. Couturier to the Empress Eugenie, London 1954. Gertrud Lehnert: Coco Chanel und Elsoa Schiapirelli. Zwei Frauen leben ihren Traum, Berlin 2015.
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How to draw: fashion designer tricks | Fashion drawing tutorial | Justine Leconte
Watch this video to know how professional fashion designers can draw so many looks so quickly. I demonstrate the process and guide you through all the steps of drawing a woman: 1) Make a plan of the outfit you want to draw 2) Choose a pose that will best show the outfit 3) Draw only the clothes, in pencil 4) Draw the girl and the clothes with a black pen 5) Erase the remaining pencil marks Done! With the tips & tricks I give you in this video, and with a bit of practice, you will be able to draw a look in one minute! If you find this video useful, give me a thumb up, subscribe to this channel and tell people about it! Thanks :-* ************************** MORE FASHION DRAWING TUTORIALS How to draw faces – Fashion drawing for beginners part 6: https://youtu.be/DwdxFZxjXQk How to draw the back view of the fashion figure – Fashion drawing for beginners part 5: https://youtu.be/_gP5epJD8Is How to draw the side view of the fashion figure – Fashion drawing for beginners part 4: https://youtu.be/vc1obyRD3Wc How to draw legs and feet – Fashion drawing for beginners part 3: https://youtu.be/ZZWM0Y7nQZo How to draw the fashion figure in front view – Fashion drawing for beginners part 2: https://youtu.be/kMK5TmIpuiU Fashion drawing for beginners, basic principles – part 1: https://youtu.be/7etMrrbe_FE Watch the making-of video of Project #1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vv9Q8juv6sg ************************** You can also find me here: On Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1Llrclr On Instagram, I share inspirations, moods & thoughts: www.instagram.com/justineleconte On my website www.justineleconte.com, you can soon shop the collections & subscribe to the newsletter. On Twitter, I announce everything else and share good reads: http://bit.ly/1JJWzC2 I am looking forward to your feedback, ideas & wishes! Feel free to post them here! ************************** Soundtrack: - Deep Haze by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100886 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ - The House Glows (With Almost No Help) by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://chriszabriskie.com/darkglow/ Artist: http://chriszabriskie.com/
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If you want to become a fashion designer, you should know these things – [Hindi] – Quick Support
If you want to become a fashion designer, you should know these things – [Hindi] – Quick Support. अगर आप फेशन डिज़ाइनर बनना चाहते हैं तो ये बाते आपको पता होनी चाहिए.
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What is SELF-FASHIONING? What does SELF-FASHIONING mean? SELF-FASHIONING meaning & explanation
What is SELF-FASHIONING? What does SELF-FASHIONING mean? SELF-FASHIONING meaning & explanation - How to pronounce SELF-FASHIONING? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Self-fashioning, a term introduced by Stephen Greenblatt (Renaissance Self-Fashioning, 1980), is used to describe the process of constructing one's identity and public persona according to a set of socially acceptable standards. Greenblatt described the process in the Renaissance era where a noble man was instructed to dress in the finest clothing he could afford, to be well versed and educated in art, literature, sports, and other culturally determined noble exercises, and to generally compose himself in a carefully intended manner. Additionally, the relationship between self-fashioning and the aesthetic mediums was a reciprocal one. Just as the art of creating oneself was highly influenced by the art and literature of the time, such as conduct books and religious iconography, such a concern for one's outwardly projected image was reflected in the portraiture of the time. According to Greenblatt, during the Renaissance the upper class practiced self-fashioning. Prescribed attire and behavior was created for the noblemen and women, and were represented through portraits. The ideological traits portraying masculinity were symbols of authority and power. Male rulers depicted themselves in armor or with weapons. The most important characteristic attributed to women was beauty. Beauty represents the concepts of purity, virtue and modesty. In portraits, women performed these traits through idealized features, fancy dresses, and elaborate jewelry. The iconography of portraits displays the gender-specific qualities prescribed during the Renaissance through visual devices. The Book of the Courtier, by Baldassare Castiglione, is one of the first texts that depicted behaviors which individuals were expected to adopt in society. As an informal book of conduct, The Courtier included instructions on how people of the noble class were to dress and speak, as well as general rules of interaction to follow in social situations. In his article "The Semiotics of Masculinity in Renaissance England", David Kuchta discusses the role of The Courtier concerning its influence on the self-fashioning of Renaissance England. Men of the noble class were to "create" themselves as works of art, according to the conventions of dress and manner as set forth by the monarchs. Characteristics of this Renaissance self-fashioning involve the use of "feminine" aspects of dress and conduct. A man was to conduct and dress in a way that reflected his position in society. He was not supposed to act in an affected manner, but present naturalness and nonchalance, or sprezzatura. In addition to, The Courtier puts emphasis on the importance of not only trying to resemble one's master, but actually trying to transform himself into his master in a way that exercises sprezzatura. This presents a key theme in self-fashioning: the conscious effort to strive to imitate a praised model in society. For women, one of the most popular figures to imitate was the Virgin Mary. Margaret R. Miles provides a thorough analysis of this influence-through-images of iconography and art in her article "The Virgin's One Bare Breast". The bare breast symbolized nourishment in a time of famine. Depicting the Virgin Mary nursing the infant Christ encouraged women to aspire to provide the same nourishment for their own families and community. Miles goes on to explain that, although women were encouraged to strive to emulate the many virtues of the Virgin, they must also be aware that one could never fully achieve such a standard. Similarly, men were taught that they should follow in the image of Christ, which was believed to be more attainable. Greenblatt's theories are influenced by the French sociologist and historian Michel Foucault. Self-fashioning has implications and applications outside of Renaissance texts. Waleska Schwandt applies the theory to Oscar Wilde in a chapter of the book The Importance of Reinventing Oscar: Versions of Wilde during the Last 100 Years, edited by Uwe Boker et al. (New York and Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2002). Alvina E. Quintana uses the theory to analyse twentieth century Chicano literature (see "Ana Castillo's The Mixquiahuala Leters", in Criticism in the Borderlands: Studies in Chicano Literature, Culture and Ideology, Hector Calderon and Jose David Saldivar (eds), Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1991, pp. 72–83).
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The Fashioning 24: Black Panther Premier and More
A look at the week's most eye catching red carpet fashion...
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Isabelle de Borchgrave - Pulp Fashion [Flip Through]
Sorry for the video low quality (Please watch it in 720p for better results) For more information about the book and where to buy it, click here: https://azhurbooks.blogspot.com/2018/04/isabelle-de-borchgrave-pulp-fashion.html Condition of my book: New Song: "Gymnopedie No 3" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 53 Azhur Books
Meet fashion technology graduate Elizabeth
Follow fashion technology graduate Elizabeth Maratheftis from classroom to industry and see first hand how our fashion technology courses support the fashion industry by providing graduates with the latest technical skills and practical training to ensure they are job ready.
Views: 1328 Sydney TAFE
Free Fashioning Japanese Subcultures
Free Fashioning Japanese Subcultures
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Antonio Lopez: Future Funk Fashion FIT
WFIT gets the exclusive talk from Dr. Rocío Aranda-Alvarado, curator of El Museo Del Barrio for the exhibit 'Antonio Lopez: Future Funk Fashion'
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Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology
A preview of the exhibition Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology, on view at The Met Fifth Avenue from May 5 through August 14, 2016. Featuring Andrew Bolton, Curator in Charge, The Costume Institute The Costume Institute's spring 2016 exhibition, presented in the Museum's Robert Lehman Wing, will explore how fashion designers are reconciling the handmade and the machine-made in the creation of haute couture and avant-garde ready-to-wear. #ManusxMachina http://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/listings/2016/manus-x-machina Director: Christopher Noey Producer: Kate Farrell Editor: Sarah Cowan Camera: Kelly Richardson, Dia Felix, Sarah Cowan Lighting Director: Ned Hallick Gaffers: Corey Gailit, Foster McLaughlin Production Coordinator: Lisa Rifkind Music: Austin Fisher © 2016 The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Layering Look Book 2
Fashion is based on weather but living in Houston is unpredictable. Investing in layering pieces, allow you to customize your style. I love this DKNY long vest, easy to throw over anything. Fashioned by Faith-Iman here for all your image/style needs, ladies book your session today! Fashioned by Faith-Iman "FASHIONING A BETTER YOU" online Life coaching + Online Cuisine Kits - Online Image Consultant Email - [email protected] https://www.instagram.com/fbfi2015/ https://www.facebook.com/iman2016iman/
Coco Chanel: What it feels like to wear her clothes by Justine Picardie
Read the new biography now https://www.amazon.co.uk/Coco-Chanel-Legend-Justine-Picardie/dp/0007317611/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1284987525&sr=1-1 Justine Picardie has spent the last decade puzzling over the truth about Coco Chanel, attempting to peel away the accretions of romance and lies. In this full-scale biography we finally discover the history of the incredible woman who created the way we look now. Coco Chanel was an extraordinary inventor - she conjured up the little black dress, bobbed hair, trousers for women, contemporary chic, best-selling perfumes, and the most successful fashion brand of all time - but she also invented herself, fashioning the myth of her own life with the same dexterity as her couture. While Chanel was supreme innovator and vendor of all things elegant and beautiful, what lies beneath her own glossy myth is darker. In this book, Justine Picardie brings the mysterious Gabrielle Chanel out of hiding, to celebrate her great achievements, at the same time as casting a clear eye over her transgressions. She examines Chanel's enduring afterlife, as well as her remarkable life, uncovering the consequences of what she covered up, unpicking the seams between truth and legend, yet keeping intact the real fabric of her past.
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The Currency of Life | Kelly Lundberg | TEDxJESS
In this talk Kelly Lundberg explains how, with permission from the author Matthew Michalewicz, his book transformed her outlook on life and encourages everyone to create and work through their bucket list before time runs out. Fashioning a highly successful cutting-edge empire in the fabulous world of style, Kelly Lundberg, renowned entrepreneur, keynote speaker and author, walks and talks the currency of catwalk and commerce alike. Edinburgh-born Kelly has established herself as one of the region’s key innovators and entrepreneurs. In 2005, she launched StyleMeDivine.com, a bespoke styling agency, which taps into the regional insight that women (and men) like to have help with choosing clothes, shoes and accessories. Kelly’s work spans the spectrum of global fashion and beauty; styling clients locally and internationally, training new stylists and presenting style segments on TV. She also has a two best-selling books and a successful podcast under her Hermès belt, as well as a thriving business, which she now manages on a day-to-day basis along with her fashion-forward team. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 1471 TEDx Talks
fashion design portfolio for university interview
http://www.chantellefashion.co.uk/fashion-styling.html learn the ins and outs of fashion design at home. From getting ideas on to paper, to developing your concepts, creating flat drawings and illustrating your collection, my videos will help you express and present your work. my videos are a series you will learn Creating a fashion figure using the oval & triangle technique Drawing face, hands, feet Exploring fashion silhouettes drawing flats Developing patterns Creating details, embellishments and exploring different fabrics Drawing flats fabric rendering creating a collection
Views: 6122 Chantelle Fashion
Proxy by Alex London, book discussion / review
This is just a guy, reaching out to Youtube and telling it he wants to make book tube videos. Specifically, it's a discussion about the first book in the Proxy series by Alex London.
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Godey's fashion
Vintage godey's fashion pictures 1854, 1851,1850
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Fashioning Time and Place
"Fashioning Time and Place," by Dr. Susan Kaiser, Women and Gender Studies at University of California, Davis. Introduction by Curator of History Veronica Kandl of the Center for Sacramento History. On Sunday, April 21, 2013, the Center for Sacramento History welcomed Dr. Susan Kaiser, Professor of Women and Gender Studies at U.C. Davis, a recognized authority on culture, fashion, and textiles. Held in conjunction with the Center's Textile Tours, Dr. Kaiser gave a multi-media presentation, "Fashioning Time and Place," and signed copies of her new book, Fashion and Cultural Studies. The presentation discussed the place of hats and headwear in fashion and culture, from the French court of Marie Antoinette to the presidential headwear (or lack thereof) of Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy, and Barack Obama. Sixty-five people attended the ticketed event. The event was made possible by the Sacramento History Foundation. Video by Steve Davis Productions.
Views: 130 SacramentoHistory
Fashioning Technology by Syuzi Pakhchyan - CRAFT  Podcast
Watch this special CRAFT Video Podcast and get a preview of Syuzi Pakhchyan's new book, Fashioning Technology, as she takes you through some of the fun projects!
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The Persian Wedding Book-Now Available On Amazon.com!
The Persian Wedding Book is a practical guide to preparing, having and enjoying a Persian (Iranian) wedding for brides, grooms, families and guests. It is also a joyous celebration of Persian weddings, rich with photographs of dazzlingly beautiful items unique to Iranian wedding ceremonies, and sparkling with historical facts, explanations of symbolism, and moments of poetry that honor the great Iranian traditions. The author, Dr. Christen Behzadi, M.D., is an American-born bride married in a Persian wedding ceremony, and she shares her story from beginning to end, allowing brides-to-be and wedding planners to follow the process step-by-step and learn all they need to know to make their own wedding ceremonies an exquisite success. The Persian Wedding Book is packed with valuable real-life tips about what to do, what order to do it in, how to set up one's Sofreh Aghd (the heart of the Iranian wedding celebration), how to find vendors, what expected dress standards are, how to learn the appropriate dances, what foods to feature, what gifts to bring, what courtesies to show (and what social mistakes to avoid), and much much more. The financial responsibilities of the bride and groom and their families are discussed in detail. Associated parties and ceremonies, such as the Ashnaei, the Khastegari, the Baleh-Baron, Namzadi, the Jahaz-Baron, the Hana Bandan, and the Grand Reception (Jashn-Aroosi) are all covered in detail as well. Even non-Iranian brides seeking new and exciting ideas to individualize their weddings can find ideas on every page; but for the Iranian bride or family planning a truly Persian wedding in any city in the world, here is all the information needed to fashion their own unforgettable ceremony. If you are an Iranian bride or groom, the family of an Iranian bride or groom, friends or guests of such brides or grooms, The Persian Wedding Book is an absolute necessity to planning, fashioning, celebrating and enjoying a successful and celebrated wedding that will be an ongoing joy and a memory to cherish for all concerned. Visit us at www.weddingpersian.com
Views: 2612 ThePersianWedding
Interview with Fashion Illustrator and Paper Doll Artist Jim Howard Part One
Jim Howard defined the art of fashion illustrations during the 70s, 80s and 90s. His highly admired work graced the advertising campaigns of America s top department stores, cosmetic companies and advertising agencies. Instantly recognizable, Jim's style was realistic and yet totally expressionistic, too. Deep, dramatic shadows, meticulous rendering of fabrics, plus an amazing blend of freestyle sketching and careful attention to details made every one of his illustrations into a memorable piece of art. Jim s list of clients reads like a Who's Who of fashion retailers: Neiman Marcus, Bonwit Teller, B. Altman, Marshall Field's, Garfinkel's, I. Magnin, Dillards, Bon Marche, Bullocks and others. It was when he was hired by Bonwit Teller in 1976 that his now-famous, dramatically lighted style really locked-in. Enjoy part one of our exclusive interview with Jim Howard. Purchase Jim Howard's paper dolls here: https://www.amazon.com/Howards-Fashion-Illustration-Paper-Dolls/dp/1935223097
Views: 600 Ruby Lane
Nicholas de Monchaux: "Spacesuit: Fashioning Apollo" | Talks at Google
Nicholas de Monchaux spoke at the Google Mountain View campus on April 6, 2011, about his book Spacesuit: Fashioning Apollo: When Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped onto the lunar surface in July of 1969, they wore spacesuits made by Playtex: twenty-one layers of fabric, each with a distinct yet interrelated function, custom-sewn for them by seamstresses whose usual work was fashioning bras and girdles. This talk is the story of those spacesuits. It is a story of the Playtex Corporation's triumph over the military-industrial complex—a victory of elegant softness over engineered hardness, of adaptation over cybernetics. The lecture touches on, amongst other things, eighteenth-century androids, Christian Dior's New Look, Atlas missiles, cybernetics and cyborgs, latex, JFK's carefully cultivated image, the CBS lunar broadcast soundstage, NASA's Mission Control, and the applications of Apollo-style engineering to city planning. The twenty-one-layer spacesuit, de Monchaux argues, offers an object lesson. It tells us about redundancy and interdependence and about the distinctions between natural and man-made complexity; it teaches us to know the virtues of adaptation and to see the future as a set of possibilities rather than a scripted scenario. About the author: Nicholas de Monchaux is an architect and urbanist focused on issues of nature, technology, and the city. He received his B.A. with distinction in Architecture, from Yale University, and his Professional Degree (M.Arch.) from Princeton. He has worked as a designer in noted architectural practices, including Michael Hopkins & Partners in London, and, until 2001, Diller + Scofidio in New York. From 2001-2006 he was Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Virginia. Since 2006, he has been Assistant Professor of Architecture and Urban Design at Berkeley. de Monchaux's design work and criticism have been published widely, including in Architectural Design, Log, 306090, the New York Times, and The New York Times Magazine, and have been supported by the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts and the Macdowell Colony. His research in digital urbanism was a finalist in the 2009 WPA 2.0 competition, and has been exhibited at the National Building Museum and 2010 Biennial of the Americas in Denver, Colorado. Since 2002 he has been active as a visiting researcher at the Santa Fe Institute, and in 2005-2006, he was the Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Fellow at the Smithsonian Institution, National Air and Space Museum. de Monchaux has received citations and honors from the International Union of Architects, Pamphlet Architecture, and the Van Alen Institute, who awarded him the 2000 John Dinkeloo Memorial Fellowship at the American Academy in Rome. This talks was hosted by Boris Debic.
Views: 14370 Talks at Google
Paris: Fashion Museum(s) and Edwardian Fashion Print
Link to the 'fashioning fashion'-exhibition: http://www.lesartsdecoratifs.fr/francais/accueil-292/une-486/francais/mode-et-textile/expositions-70/actuellement-447/fashioning-fashion-deux-siecles-de/ Link Musée des Arts décoratifs: http://www.lesartsdecoratifs.fr/francais/ Link Musée Galliera: http://www.paris.fr/loisirs/musees-expos/musee-galliera/p5854 The Studio of Chanel is in the Rue Cambon no 31, close to the church called 'la Madeleine'. Sorry for some odd cuts, next thing on my list is a new video-editor... And why does Youtube add black frames to my videos now? Anyone any ideas?
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North: Fashioning Identity
Truth, myth and the spaces in-between in visual representations of the North of England. An exhibition at Somerset House exploring contemporary artistic and stylistic representations of the north of England. BOOK NOW: https://www.somersethouse.org.uk/whats-on/north 08 Nov 2017 – 04 Feb 2018 Featuring contemporary photography, fashion and multimedia work, sitting alongside social documentary film and photography, highlighting how the realities of life in the north of England captured in the mid-20th century continue to influence new generations of photographers, artists and designers. The exhibition features over 100 photographs, fashion garments and artworks from a host of renowned photographers, designers and artists including Alasdair McLellan, Corinne Day, Mark Leckey, Jeremy Deller, Alice Hawkins, Raf Simons, Paul Smith, Off White’s Virgil Abloh, Peter Saville, Stephen Jones, Gareth Pugh, Nick Knight, Glen Luchford, Jamie Hawkesworth, plus the likes of Shirley Baker, John Bulmer and Peter Mitchell. “Intelligent, celebratory and in love with its subject matter.” The Guardian
Views: 3847 Somerset House
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1st Fashion & Tech Week - [TALK] Regard(s) sur les tendances fashion & tech
EMMA FRIC - Directrice Recheche et Prospective chez Peclers Paris PECLERSPARIS… FASHIONING THE FUTURE Les grandes mutations technologiques influencent irrésistiblement le monde de la mode. L’impression 3D, l’e-commerce, les objets connectés et la digitalisation des points de vente sont autant de révolutions qui métamorphosent les processus créatifs et économiques de ce secteur au cœur des tendances. Tentative de décryptage des convergences entre mode et technologie. La singularité Si la mode est traditionnellement un moyen d’exprimer sa singularité, les technologies permettent aussi aux individus d’affirmer leur identité et de libérer leur créativité. Aujourd’hui, les marques doivent mettre à disposition les outils permettant au client de porter des produits uniques et sur-mesure. La libération du savoir-faire A la croisée du numérique et de l’artisanat, la révolution des makers engendre de nouveaux moyens de créer, de s’exprimer, de partager et de régler ses achats. Mais elle suscite aussi la création de nouvelles esthétiques inspirées notamment de la 3D, redéfinissant les frontières du style. Le contenu augmenté Les clients aspirent à toujours plus de surprise, d’expérience et de satisfaction instantanées. Les marques de mode doivent s’inscrire dans de nouvelles postures et développer des storytelling inédits afin d’être plus désirables.
Views: 570 NUMA Paris
The Last Days of Freddie Mercury
Queen singer Freddie Mercury was fiercely protective of his privacy, and he continued to guard it jealously even as his health succumbed to the ravages of AIDS — but as guitarist Brian May recently revealed, Mercury's bandmates were privileged with glimpses of their frontman's grueling final struggle. May looked back on Mercury's final days in a recent interview with the Sunday Times (via the Daily Telegraph), revealing that before the disease claimed Mercury, it started taking pieces of his body -- including most of his foot, which had to be amputated. "The problem was actually his foot," May told the Times. "Tragically there was very little left of it. Once, he showed it to us at dinner. And he said, 'Oh Brian, I'm sorry I've upset you by showing you that.' And I said, 'I'm not upset, Freddie, except to realize you have to put up with all this terrible pain.'" As May went on to point out, Mercury's death occurred shortly before major advancements in AIDS research led to the introduction of drug cocktails that help stave off the disease, allowing the diagnosed the possibility of long-term management — and helping prevent further agony for patients. Admitting it's difficult to know how close Mercury came to seeing those medications become available, May stressed that he stays focused on the legacy he left behind. "He missed by just a few months. If it had been a bit later he would still have been with us, I'm sure," said May. "You can't do 'what if,' can you? You can't go there because therein lies madness." It's worth noting that May has publicly expressed his unhappiness with the overall tone of the interview, which focused on the sensationalistic aspects of Queen and Mercury's story rather than the project May sat down with the Times to discuss — the Queen in 3-D retrospective book he painstakingly assembled for release this year. "This woman came into my house, pretended she was a fan and was going to write a nice piece about the book, as agreed; then went away and wrote this pathetic sensationalistic drivel. I'm angry and disgusted," wrote May, pointing out that he'd agreed to give the Times the exclusive on the book, including any photos they wanted to run — and they "used just two of them, one of them reproduced not much bigger than a postage stamp; the rest of the piece illustrated with recycled ordinary snaps from God knows where." While May didn't single out the earlier quotes as a reason for his ire, he did take umbrage with the piece's focus on what the headline described as "the debauchery of the Freddie Mercury years." Vowing never to give the Times "the time of day" from here on out, he assured fans that the book has nothing to do with the story presented by the article. "I spent over two years fashioning this into the first book of its kind — EVER — a biography of a band from the inside illustrated with my own photographs — and in 3-D, with a fabulous viewer to bring them to life in three dimensions," May insisted. "It's honest, goes deep and is tasteful and dignified (I have been told!) but nobody reading this awful amateurish piece of journalistic opportunism would know it." Freddie Mercury spent his last days at his house, Garden Lodge 1 Logan Place in Kensington, London. The singer who died from bronchial pneumonia from AIDS, spent his last days with his former partner, Mary Austin, who continues to live at the home. Mercury was diagnosed with HIV in 1987 but kept his condition private until he released a public statement just a little over 24 hours before he passed away on November 24, 1991. Mercury was just 45 years old. The outer walls of Garden Lodge in 1 Logan Place have become a shrine to Mercury, with fans paying tribute by covering the walls with messages for the legendary late singer. #FreddieMercury #Queen #Mercury
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Victoria Beckham's Top 10 Rules For Success (@victoriabeckham)
✎ Victoria Beckham's Top 10 Rules For Success: In this video we're going to learn how to improve our lives by analyzing our take on Victoria Beckham's rules for success. ❤ HELP TRANSLATE THIS VIDEO ❤ If you loved this video, help people in other countries enjoy it too by making captions for it. Spread the love and impact. https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=08AHoNyS9Qw ★ MORE RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU ★ If you enjoyed this video, you may enjoy these other videos from Evan Carmichael: • David Beckham's Top 10 Rules For Success - https://youtu.be/RkVoghX7MMA • Rihanna's Top 10 Rules For Success - https://youtu.be/ZMlLvtxHagg • Beyonce's Top 10 Rules For Success - https://youtu.be/zC79HWP6IXY ♛ BUY MY BOOK, CHANGE YOUR LIFE ♛ Some used the ideas in this book to build multi-billion-dollar businesses. I'll give you the simple-yet-powerful formula that they used (and you can) to realize your dreams. Get yours. http://www.evancarmichael.com/oneword/ ✎ She's an English businesswoman, fashion designer, model, and singer. She rose to fame with the all-female pop group Spice Girls. In the past decade, Beckham has become an internationally recognized style icon and fashion designer. -= VICTORIA'S RULES =- 1. Enjoy what you do 2. Be a sponge 3. Always keep improving 4. Be involved 5. Stay focused 6. Care deeply about your customers 7. Prove it to yourself 8. Work hard 9. Be positive 10. Surround yourself with great people ✎ In 1980, she watched the musical film Fame and subsequently made the decision to pursue a musical career. In 1994, Beckham joined the all-female group, the Spice Girls. The group was one of the most successful pop acts of the 1990s. Spice Girls sold over fifty-five million records worldwide. Beckham made a guest appearance on the catwalk for Maria Grachvogel on 17 February 2000, marking her debut as a model at London Fashion Week. She also acted as a British ambassador for Dolce and Gabbana, and was briefly the face of Rocawear in 2003. Beckham has graced countless fashion magazine covers during her career, including I-D in 2004 and W in 2007. In the past decade, Beckham has become an internationally recognised style icon and fashion designer. The Victoria Beckham label was named designer brand of the year in the UK in 2011. On 13 September 2001, Beckham released her first book, Learning to Fly. She is married to David Beckham, and they have four children. ❞ THIS VIDEO REQUESTED BY ❞ Kris Dunlop1: "@evan carmichael PLEASE feature Victoria Beckham. Breaking away from the ultra-pop, girl band scene and making a name for herself in high fashion, is so inspiring" ✔ SOURCES ✔ [The New School] - Parsons School of Design - https://youtu.be/3f3GEpUq4aY [LASALLE Singapore] - On Pedder Presents Victoria Beckham - https://youtu.be/jx0qBOU_xAs [iCarl84] - CNN Talk Asia - https://youtu.be/4JofGV3uUf4 [DavidBeckhamLover1] - Larry King Live - https://youtu.be/-vno3rRURZg [CNN ] - The different sides of Victoria Beckham - https://youtu.be/rcxe8ptftOI [British Vogue] - Vogue Festival - https://youtu.be/qO7ZwQUolGg [MegaMojo121] - David and Victoria Beckham interview - https://youtu.be/HokBXLDwoQs [Skype ] Tips for a career in fashion - https://youtu.be/tBN9iDD9XIs Achieving fashion success - https://youtu.be/MyNcWeStVjw ✉ JOIN MY #BELIEVE NEWSLETTER ✉ This is the best way to have entrepreneur gold delivered to your inbox, and to be inspired, encouraged and supported in your business. Join #BelieveNation and feel the love. http://www.evancarmichael.com/newsletter/ ⚑ SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL ⚑ If you want to do great things you need to have a great environment. Create one by subbing and watching daily. http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Modelingthemasters ¿ COMMON QUESTIONS ¿ • What is #BTA?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BsY8bmTUVP8 • How do I get one of Evan's t-shirts?: http://evancarmichael.com/Gear.html • Why does Evan look like Nicolas Cage?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZHRniTcRwo • Why does Evan make so many videos? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEKxGA8xr1k ツ CONNECT WITH ME ツ Leave a comment on this video and it'll get a response. Or you can connect with me on different social platforms too: • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/evancarmichael/ • Twitter: https://twitter.com/evancarmichael • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EvanCarmichaelcom • Website: http://www.evancarmichael.com .: MORE ABOUT ME PERSONALLY :. • About: http://www.evancarmichael.com/about/ • Coaching: http://www.evancarmichael.com/movement/ • Speaking: http://www.evancarmichael.com/speaking/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you for watching - I really appreciate it :) Cheers, Evan #Believe
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CAD Fashion Design Software
Available at: http://www.eTelestia.com The Telestia Creator Fashion Design CAD software provides easy to use tools that will extend your creativity to make designs that you never even thought possible. Models of different proportions can be used as a background guide to draw your original designs. Save, store and create your own collection libraries. Make modifications to existing designs and create brand new collections. Colour your styles in your own combinations or use the available colour libraries for each season. With the Virtual Fitting (moulage) option, create a model in any size measurements and use it as a base to draw your designs. Create technical drawings easily and accurately and provide clear guidelines for the pattern development process. For the first time the fashion designer and the pattern technologist will have a clear communication basis, drawn directly from the CAD system as you work. This unique CAD fashion design system comes with build-in help and demo guidelines. Experience the vast number of options available and bring to life your design ideas. Visit: www.eTelestia.com
Views: 334998 Telestia/ Sitam-AB
Can a Toaster Light a Magazine on Fire? | MythBusters
In the Bourne movies, a magazine is shoved inside a toaster. 20 seconds later, it causes an explosion in the house. Could this happen in real life? Stream Full Episodes of MythBusters: https://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/mythbusters-on-science/ Subscribe to Science Channel: http://bit.ly/SubscribeScience Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ScienceChannel https://www.facebook.com/MythBusters/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScienceChannel https://twitter.com/Mythbusters Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ScienceChannel/ https://www.instagram.com/Mythbusters/
Views: 13133 Science Channel
Barbie™ Fashion Closet | Barbie
Welcome to the Barbie™ Fashion Closet - the perfect place to express yourself with fashion! Barbie and her friends need your help to find the perfect styles as they make their dreams come true. Choose a character and create your own makeup look using fun face stencils and be creative with different hair colors! Then choose from hundreds of tops, bottoms, dresses and shoes to create the ultimate look and even create career outfits so the characters look great at their dream jobs! Once you’ve found the perfect outfit, choose from a variety of backgrounds for a photo, then add accessories and stickers to add to the scene! Get even more creative and add an artsy photo filter! Now you’re ready for a photo! You can save all your looks in your photo album and show your friends! With your help, Barbie and her friends will be the most stylish crew around. We can’t wait to see what you dream up!Game Features: ●Win collectable fashion items and unlock fun surprises ●Create your own stylish looks with hundreds of outfit combinations ●Apply magical makeup with color to complete your style ●Unlock beautiful hairstyles and add streaks of color to your character’s hair ●Unlock new careers with purchase packs and make your dreams come true ●Meet Barbie’s friends and explore new places ●Save your beautiful looks to your device and share them with family and friends. Tell your friends and have fun with the endless fun of Barbie™ Fashion Closet! Watch more Barbie App videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5BsRl9zFaeSnFAshtnKWO-3UgfzAC9Ok SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/BarbieSub About Barbie: For over 59 years, Barbie has led girls on a path to self-discovery and helped them to imagine the possibilities. After over 180 inspirational careers, Barbie—along with her friends and family—continues to inspire and encourage the next generation of girls that they can be anything. Connect with Barbie Online: Visit the official Barbie WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/BarbieWebsite Like Barbie on FACEBOOK: http://po.st/Barbie_FB Follow Barbie on TWITTER: http://po.st/Barbie_Twitter Follow Barbie on INSTAGRAM: http://po.st/Barbie_Instagram Barbie™ Fashion Closet | Barbie https://www.youtube.com/user/barbie
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Preston Bus Station by Jamie Hawkesworth
For lovers of brutalist architecture and urban design, ‘Preston Bus Station’ by Jamie Hawkesworth http://www.beyondwords.co.uk/p/3223/preston-bus-station 📚 Publisher's Description It was while living in Preston in 2010 that the city’s imposing Brutalist bus station, built by Ove Arup and Partners in 1969, first caught Hawkesworth’s eye. “I did a project with Adam Murray, an ex-tutor of mine, where we spent the weekend at the bus station and produced a little newspaper filled with portraits of the teenagers we saw there”. A few years later when Hawkesworth heard of plans to demolish the iconic building he determined to "move back to Preston for a month and spend every day in the bus station taking photographs. The station is one big loop, and I just walked around it all day, every day, just waiting for people to pop out at me. I tried not to think about it any more than that, it was just whoever would catch my eye in a particular moment. It was a centre for Megabus so if a bus comes from up North, it goes through Preston to go South, so there was always an influx of really interesting people coming through the station. When I found someone, I’d ask to take their portrait and that was it. To a certain extent, I was trying to be spontaneous about it; whether it was an old man, a kid with a funny haircut or interesting shoes – I just let anything be photographed.” After seven years since Hawkesworth began the project his first monograph Preston Bus Station will be published this fall by Dashwood Books while he prepares for a major exhibition "Landscape with Tree, 14 rooms by Jamie Hawkesworth" at Huis Marseille, Museum of Photography in Amsterdam. Publisher: Dashwood Books Size: 9.5 x 12" 196 pages 2,000 copies
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Fashion Institute of Technology
Fashion by Faith-Iman at the famous Fashion Institute of Technology, in New York. For a special event covering the growing "modesty", fashion industry. Here are some highlights from the event, enjoy. We are always educating, to offer you the best knowledge of fashion, coaching, and cuisine. Book your session today. Fashioned by Faith-Iman here for all your image/style needs, ladies book your session today! Fashioned by Faith-Iman "FASHIONING A BETTER YOU" online Life coaching + Online Cuisine Kits - Online Image Consultant Email - [email protected] https://www.instagram.com/fbfi2015/ https://www.facebook.com/iman2016iman/

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