December 2016

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This drawing has been realized by our fashion student: Grazia Ieva (ITA) Course: Fashion Stylist Inspiration: Snowglobe. These creations have a typically festive taste and a magical "allure". Coloring Techniques: Pantone colors and Pastels.

December 20162019-09-20T09:55:47+01:00

November 2016

2019-09-20T09:55:33+01:00

This drawing has been realized by our fashion student: Roberta Nucera (ITA) Course: Woman's Wear Design My creations are mainly inspired by the Italian Renaissance, especially by Botticelli's Venus and for the love of the Korean Culture after living in the futuristic Seoul. So these can seen as the meeting point of past and future, west and east. The selected tissues are chiffons decorated with graphic floreal patterns, embellished with gems and pleated tissues, playing with trasparencies. Technique: Colored Pencils

November 20162019-09-20T09:55:33+01:00

October 2016

2019-09-20T09:55:15+01:00

This drawing has been realized by our fashion student: Daniela Chiodaroli (Mexico) Course: Fashion Stylist "Delicious Flowers" is the name of my collection. The woman is confident, strong, free, attractive and very sweet. It's like wearing desserts and flowers, simply amazing! My technique: pantone and colored-pencils.

October 20162019-09-20T09:55:15+01:00

September 2016

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This drawing has been realized by our fashion student: Margherita Paci (ITA) Course: Fashion Stylist For "SOFT ROCKS" collection, I was inspired by nature, especially to the rocks; I tried to make an elements hard and edgy as a particular female and impactful. Colours techniques: pencil, and acrylic pantones

September 20162019-09-20T09:55:00+01:00

August 2016

2019-09-20T09:54:46+01:00

This drawing has been realized by our fashion student: Angela Spano (ITA) Course: Fashion Stylist Collection theme: "RUSKA". The inspiration of my collection, is a Finnish word that means "falls colors" Techniques of coloring: Pantones for the base of the skin and colored pencils for the fabrics to create shadows.

August 20162019-09-20T09:54:46+01:00

July 2016

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This drawing has been realized by our fashion student: Tarsio Alonso da Cruz (BRA) Course: Fashion Stylist For the realization of this sketch, I was inspired by a Brazilian comic strip called "Circus from Monica" Techniques of coloring: I used Pantone and colored pencils.

July 20162019-09-20T09:54:21+01:00

June 2016

2019-09-20T09:53:34+01:00

This drawing has been realized by our fashion student: Elena Fortunato (ITA) Course: Fashion Stylist For these three sketches I wanted to create a sparkling and cheerful clothing using simple shapes, pastel and bright colors that tend to recall the summer and spring complying with the new fashion trends. The fabrics used are very light, fresh and practical. Techniques used: Pantone shaded with colored pencils.

June 20162019-09-20T09:53:34+01:00

May 2016

2019-09-20T09:53:18+01:00

This drawing has been realized by our fashion student: Arfian Putrai (Indonesia) Course: Fashion Stylist TheInspiration: Reog Ponorogo “Traditional dance” Reog Ponogoro tells the story of a battle between the legendary King of Ponorogo against the magical creature Leonina, called Singa Barong. The wayan kulit is the traditional Japanese theater of shadows. These three fashion designs, inspired by traditional dance, bring out the beauty and brightness of the colors, a combination of elements that make the vibrant fabrics. Technical coloring: Pantone - colored pencils.

May 20162019-09-20T09:53:18+01:00

April 2016

2019-09-20T09:53:02+01:00

This drawing has been realized by our fashion student: Chiara Nardelli (ITA) Course: Fashion Stylist The three fashion designs that I created are inspired by Spain and especially the “Bullfight”. The traditional fabrics in lace, are adapted to a contemporary context, without abandoning the sensuality and colors of this land. These garments are meant to be worn by a confident woman, ready to get involved and try new looks. Technique used: Pantone colors, Pastels and Tampere.

April 20162019-09-20T09:53:02+01:00

March 2016

2019-09-20T09:52:44+01:00

This drawing has been realized by our fashion student: Chiara Ciceri (ITA) Course: Woman's Wear Design I've realized the sketches after four months of course with the technique of Pantone, Pastels and tempera. My 3 dresses are meant to be shown off at a gala evening to a rich and sophisticated woman looking for a gritty look, elegant and mysterious women. The protagonist is enclosing lace or visible from asymmetric necklines and slits. The fabrics are soft intense colors made from precious lace and the accessories in gold.

March 20162019-09-20T09:52:44+01:00