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Beth Fielder BA (Hons) Fashion Communication at the University of the West of England, Bristol
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A postcard to accompany one of my university fashion collections from the brief entitled “Culture Clash”.
This amalgamation of images shows the integration of the Japanese fashion culture and 18th Century dress. 
I chose to focus on the geometry and technicality of Japanese pattern cutting, mixed with a natural theme element that inspired many floral pieces in the 18th Century.
Found images, then manipulated on Photoshop. Inspired by Mike Lythgoe.  

A postcard to accompany one of my university fashion collections from the brief entitled “Culture Clash”.

This amalgamation of images shows the integration of the Japanese fashion culture and 18th Century dress. 

I chose to focus on the geometry and technicality of Japanese pattern cutting, mixed with a natural theme element that inspired many floral pieces in the 18th Century.

Found images, then manipulated on Photoshop. Inspired by Mike Lythgoe.  

Colour Of The Year 2014

Every year since 2000 Pantone release a ‘Colour of the year’ that expresses what is taking place in the global zeitgeist. This year they’ve chosen Radiant Orchid. Pantone have said The captivating, magical and enchanting Radiant Orchid. An invitation to innovation, modern and versatile Radiant Orchid encourages creativity and originality. Imbued with a harmony of fuchsia, purple and pink undertones, Radiant Orchid inspires confidence and its rosy undertones emanate great joy, love and health.” It seems Pantone have chosen a colour to revitalise the creative side to our brains. So let’s get creative and share that joy, love and health with one another by keeping radiant Orchid at the front of our mind when thinking about colours and design.

Fashion is at the forefront of the colour industry and always determines the colour trends for the year throughout the whole design industry. Below shows a chart of colour for Spring/Summer 2014.

Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of Pantone Colour Institute said “This season, consumers are looking for a state of thoughtful, emotional and artistic equilibrium. While this need for stability is reflected in the composition of the palette, the inherent versatility of the individual colours allows for experimentation with new looks and colour combinations.

(Source: oxygenagency.co.uk)

Integrating the exciting Breville coloured electricals with Kitchen Craft baking accessories, in preparation for the Great British Bake Off!

Integrating the exciting Breville coloured electricals with Kitchen Craft baking accessories, in preparation for the Great British Bake Off!

Playful childrenswear catwalk display for the summer 

Playful childrenswear catwalk display for the summer 

Interpreting the current guidelines for H! by Henry Holland, using the transition stock as the season updates. Merchandising accessories within the back wall to add a playful element to the young fashion department. 

New concept for our window projections, using the colour to create depth and a premium quality, and spreading the photographic and mannequins to let the concept breathe. 

New concept for our window projections, using the colour to create depth and a premium quality, and spreading the photographic and mannequins to let the concept breathe. 

Sneak preview of new window scheme, working at the Hereford store opening! 

Sneak preview of new window scheme, working at the Hereford store opening! 

LOVE campaign - bring the love back into your wardrobe!

A few of the completed widows for the Debenhams spring campaign! All about the designer…

reyalfashion:

I See Your True Colors, Fossil

reyalfashion:

I See Your True Colors, Fossil