Please come and collect your work and feedback on THURSDAY 28th MAY. 1.30pm RMG206 (Fash com room)
You will be having a briefing with Paul about Year 3 at 2pm. EVERYONE TO ATTEND
Just a reminder that Julius from InDesign will be coming in on Friday 22nd May. This is on your brief so you should be aiming towards having at least 4 of your illustrations completed. Julius produces a publication every year, celebrating Fashion courses from around the world which is sent to a range of employers – He will select 8 illustrations from your work to include this year. He will also want to speak with those who are selected and request a CV.
Please make sure that you all submit your Portfolios on Friday at 9.30am in G201- Julius will be here from 10. you also need to make sure that you are available to chat to him.
We are holding another model casting tomorrow, Tuesday 19th May 11am-2pm for models for press show line up fittings. 3rd Year press show students please be inviting potential models – we need girls, but especially boys! If any other students have contacts of potential models for a paid job, please also invite them. Details are in the posts below.
Work Placements in the National Theatre Costume Department
The National Theatre Costume Department are accepting applications for work placements in Ladies Making, Dying, Buying/Supervising and Running Wardrobe.
Each year, we are able to offer a number of opportunities for students and recent graduates to gain hands-on experience of working within a professional costume department.
The closing date for applications is 4pm on Monday 1 June 2015.
We look forward to receiving your applications.
All the best,
Head of the Costume
Please remember to invite potential fit models to the casting TOMORROW between 11-2pm in G214B for press show line ups.
Without models there are no line ups, and without line ups there is no show!! Get scouting, put posters up, get on facebook, contact friends and friends of friends and work together.
Paul will be holding drop in portfolio tutorials for anyone who wishes to discuss their formative feedback. This will take place this Friday between 10am-4pm.
hello all first years.
as a year group you do not seam to be taking your internal internships very seriously.
perhaps your not aware you can fail this segment of your first year which will result in you having to do it again in second year.
i want to see EVERYONE tomorrow morning at 9:30AM in the mac lab no excuses.
if you can come in today do so and find me.
TERM HAS NOT FINISHED
Casting Friday 15th May 11am-2pm
We will be holding a casting for fit models for Year 3 Press Show Line Up’s next week. We are in need of 6 boys and 6 girls with the below measurements. Models must be available to work all day on 21st May from 10am. Models will be paid £10/hour.
Year 3 – It is your responsibility to invite models to the casting, we can only work with what you give us! Please spread the word and invite as many suitable models as you can.
Year 2! You are so nearly there! Keep working hard, and pushing forward. Your hand-ins are next week on your respective tutorial days. Your hand in time is 10am, you will need to bring your garments in clearly named garment bags, your portfolio – also clearly named, and any other supporting material. PLEASE NOTE – Groups A,B,C to hand in in room G201 and Group D in room G214C. DO NOT BE LATE – if any work is received beyond 10.30 this will be considered a late submission Your final submission requirements are as follows:
- Research / Mood borads
- Design Development (Sampling – if you wish)
- Design work
- 6 Look line up – Coloured
- 6 illustrations in regards to each look, with specs and fabric samples
- Fully styled and appropriate photoshoot
- on a hanger (one look to one garment bag please, clearly named)
Remember how important you portfolio is, give time to think about layout and how your project is coming together in a professional way. The more detailed you are in each category, the more we can see you explaining your process. Do not rush you illustrations, and highly detailed specs are expected. You should have most of this work from your formative, think about how you are compiling it together.
REMEMBER you design work, line up and illustrations should be drawn differently. Your design work is what you have been sketching as part of your 50 designs, your line up is a little more creative but still readable as a whole collection and your illustrations are a chance to you get as creative as you can in your drawing and representation with your looks. If you are struggling with your photoshoot, note that you can shoot shell garments (ie without lining etc) – it is a chance to see it on a body and for you to take some artistic direction of your work – sometimes simple shoots can be the best. Work it in your favour.
GOOD LUCK – I am extremely excited to see all your work come together. Keep going, summer is nearly in sight! Kiran x