The Art of Fashion Draping

The Art of Fashion Draping
Author: Connie Amaden-Crawford
Publsiher: Fairchild Books
Total Pages: 512
Release: 2018-02-08
Genre: Design
ISBN: 1501328484

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“This is the most comprehensive teaching tool for learning and mastering draping techniques. The illustrations and the text for each drape are clear and explicit.” Laura K. Kidd, Southern Illinois University, USA Learn to drape fabric on a dress form to create your own patterns. The step-by-step instructions are organized from basic to advanced projects using both imperial and metric measurements, so you don't have to convert measurements. The book includes a wide variety of fashion styles, from bodices to bias-cut gowns. Intermediate and advanced design variations include an off-shoulder sleeve design and a peplum design. More than 1,000 two-color line drawings show you each draping step. - Checklists to evaluate and analyze designs - Cross-referencing of techniques across chapters - Online STUDIO includes video tutorials explaining key draping skills and techniques - Lay-flat binding makes the book easy to use while draping garments PLEASE NOTE: Purchasing or renting this ISBN does not include access to the STUDIO resources that accompany this text. To receive free access to the STUDIO content with new copies of this book, please refer to the book + STUDIO access card bundle ISBN 9781501330292.

The Art of Fashion Draping Studio Instant Access Card

The Art of Fashion Draping   Studio Instant Access Card
Author: Connie Amaden-Crawford
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2018-02-08
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies
ISBN: 1501330292

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The Art of Fashion Draping

The Art of Fashion Draping
Author: Connie Amaden-Crawford
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 491
Release: 2018
Genre: Dressmaking
ISBN: 1501328514

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Written for fashion design, apparel, and patternmaking students and professionals, this step-by-step guide to draping fabric on a dress form teaches skills and techniques needed to develop creative patterns. 'The Art of Fashion Draping' is organized from basic to advanced projects and includes a wide variety of styles--from the basic bodice to bias-cut gowns. More than 1400 two-colour illustrations reflect current designs and visually spell out every step of the draping process.

Draping

Draping
Author: Karolyn Kiisel
Publsiher: Laurence King Publishing
Total Pages: 320
Release: 2013-09-13
Genre: Design
ISBN: 9781780676746

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Draping—the art of using cotton muslin to create womenswear directly on a dress form—is an essential skill for fashion designers. Through a series of step-by-step projects, designed to develop skills from the most basic to more advanced techniques, this book will guide you in creating both classic and contemporary garments, as well as historical styles and costumes. Draping projects include dresses, bustiers, and jackets, and highlight key fashion garments such as Audrey Hepburn's dress from Breakfast at Tiffany’s and the Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo jacket. Starting with the basics of choosing and preparing the dress form for draping, the book advances through pinning, trimming, and clipping, and creating shape using darts and tucks, to adding volume using pleats and gathers, and handling complex curves. Advanced skills include how to use support elements such as shoulder pads, under layers, and petticoats, and how to handle bias draping. The book culminates with a chapter on improvisational skills. Each skill and technique throughout the book is explained with step-by-step photographs and line drawings that bring the art of creating womenswear in three dimensions to life.

Draping

Draping
Author: Annette Duburg,Rixt van der Tol
Publsiher: Exhibitions International
Total Pages: 247
Release: 2010-02
Genre: Art
ISBN: 9089100873

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Chapter 12 includes draping by Charles Frederick Worth, Christoff von Drecoll, Madeleine Vionnet, Madame Grès, Christian Dior, André Courrèges, Yves Saint Laurent, Pierre Cardin and Yohji Yamamoto.

The Art of Fashion Draping 3rd edition

The Art of Fashion Draping 3rd edition
Author: Connie Amaden-Crawford
Publsiher: Fairchild Books
Total Pages: 464
Release: 2004-10-26
Genre: Design
ISBN: 1563672774

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Intended for students of fashion design, clothing and dressmaking, this easy-to-follow bestseller teaches the different methods and principles involved in draping fabric on the dress form. The Art of Fashion Draping, 3rd Edition, is organised from basic to more advanced topics. New and revised illustrations keep the book up to date.

Draping

Draping
Author: Francesca Sterlacci
Publsiher: Laurence King Publishing
Total Pages: 352
Release: 2019-01-08
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies
ISBN: 1786271761

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Draping is the art of manipulating fabric directly on the dress form. It is the most creative way for a designer to turn design ideas into reality. Start by learning the basics, including how to use a dress form and how to prepare the muslin for draping. You will then move on to learn how to drape basic bodices, including a range of darts and necklines, and also basic skirts, and finally dresses. Each lesson in the book is illustrated in meticulous detail in a series of step-by-step photographs accompanied by photos from the runway.

Art of draping

Art of draping
Author: Nils-Christian Ihlen-Hansen
Publsiher: ESMOD
Total Pages: 111
Release: 2012
Genre: Dressmaking
ISBN: 2909617327

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C'est à travers l'expérience d'un styliste-modéliste aguerri, Nils-Christian Ihlen-Hansen, que cet ouvrage traite de la difficile technique des drapés dans la culture vestimentaire de la mode occidentale. Jeux de transparences, mouvances des matières et du corps entrent dans le jeu subtil de cet exercice. Donnant au modélisme du vêtement ses lettres de noblesse, par sa technique de coupe, ses choix d'étoffes nobles et la dextérité qu'il demande, le drapé apporte au vêtement une notion d'oeuvre d'Art qui en fait un exercice de style prisé et magnifié par les grands noms de la mode.

Foundations of Flat Patterning and Draping

Foundations of Flat Patterning and Draping
Author: Larissa McConnell
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 248
Release: 2021-12-31
Genre: Performing Arts
ISBN: 9781000479188

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Foundations of Flat Patterning and Draping: For the Female Form provides the foundational tools necessary for success in the techniques of flat patterning and draping clothes and costumes. This book begins with the basics of taking measurements, preparing the fabric for draping, and preparing the dress form. The following chapters explore flat patterning and draping practices for bodices, skirts, pants, dresses, sleeves, collars, cuffs, and facings through detailed step-by-step instructions, checklists, and numerous diagrams. The bodice drafting instructions in this book, specifically, are a new method that accommodates all bust and cup sizes. There are instructions for small and large cup sizes allowing for a fit that does not gap at the armscye as typically happens with previous patterning methods, and additional sections for bodices and sleeves and how to manipulate them to create alternate looks. The techniques in this book generalize across sizes and shapes making it universally applicable for the student technician, as well as the person the garment is being developed for. Each method of drafting and draping has been class-tested and proven to produce well-fitting garments. Presented in an accessible format with clear instructions and detailed illustrations, this book is well suited for use as a textbook for the undergraduate college instructor teaching costuming or fashion, as well as for the student or individual learning on their own in theatre, film, or fashion industries.

Tailoring

Tailoring
Author: Creative Publishing International
Publsiher: Creative Publishing International
Total Pages: 128
Release: 2011-05
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies
ISBN: 9781589236097

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Demonstrates how to create a tailored jacket with a list of tools, advice on selecting fabrics and patterns, and techniques for constructing and sewing each part of the garment.

Draping for Fashion Design

Draping for Fashion Design
Author: Hilde Jaffe
Publsiher: Pearson Education India
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2000
Genre: Costume design
ISBN: 8131765601

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Draping for Apparel Design

Draping for Apparel Design
Author: Helen Joseph-Armstrong
Publsiher: Fairchild Books
Total Pages: 640
Release: 2013-02-15
Genre: Design
ISBN: 1609012402

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The third edition of Draping for Apparel Design combines Joseph-Armstrong's classic step-by-step instructions with a user-friendly layout. To show how to turn two-dimensional drawings into three-dimensional garments, the author presents the following three draping principles and techniques: manipulating dart excess, adding fullness, and contour draping. New and updated design projects illustrate how to prepare a draping plan. Design analyses identify the creative elements of each design and help determine draping techniques required to develop patterns. This text emphasizes the importance of draping foundation garments for building more complex designs. Designers will gain essential skills to creatively apply draping techniques to their own designs.

A Guide to Fashion Sewing

A Guide to Fashion Sewing
Author: Connie Amaden-Crawford
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2016
Genre: Dressmaking
ISBN: 1501312073

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This new edition of the highly successful classic on fashion sewing retains the large helpful illustrations and easy-to-read text of previous editions. The author helps the reader create fashionable and professional looking garments for women, men, and children.

Creative Draping

Creative Draping
Author: Gareth Kershaw
Publsiher: Fairchild Books AVA
Total Pages: 208
Release: 2014-11-17
Genre: Design
ISBN: 1472531477

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Creative Draping repositions the importance of draping as a creative tool for the contemporary practitioner. This essential new reference book examines the historical relevance of the haute couture houses of central Europe and their legacy on modern-day apparel, exploring the techniques developed by the great masters, before leading readers through the basic draping exercises, processes and approaches that they will need to understand in order to successfully practice the craft. The book takes a unique approach to contemporary draping and crucially argues for the need to design for three-dimensional silhouettes. Creative modelling and self exploration through design are encouraged in this visually stimulating book, which also features revealing case studies with key practitioners of contemporary draping.

The Cool Factor

The Cool Factor
Author: Andrea Linett
Publsiher: Artisan Books
Total Pages: 208
Release: 2016-04-26
Genre: Health & Fitness
ISBN: 9781579657109

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“An excellent idea for a book. . . . Next time I spend more than $40 on an article of clothing, I’ll run it by Linett first.” —The New York Times Book Review In a culture where trends are born and die every minute, maintaining style and effortlessness at every age requires that little extra something—the cool factor. Being “cool” isn’t about chasing trends or defying age but about following a few key guidelines. Yes, the cool factor is a skill that can be learned! In this photo-packed guide, Andrea Linett, a famed personal stylist and founding creative director of Lucky magazine, offers easy-to-implement, actionable tips that will change the way women dress. The tips are modeled by real-life style icons like Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth and Christene Barberich, founder of Refinery29, as Andrea highlights the ingenious ways in which they skillfully pile on layers, or dress up denim for work or a party. The book is organized into chapters that include wardrobe classics, denim, leather, suits, dressing up, and accessories, and features style hacks that turn an outfit into a masterpiece (choosing shoes that instantly slim you, combining tough and feminine pieces, and accessorizing a day-to-night look). Packed with useful lists and examples, this guide is the would-be stylish woman’s best friend.