I am a highly motivated, flexible, and multifaceted designer.
A positive outlook on problem-solving and critical management of tasks is a work ethos that comes naturally to me.
There is no limit to my interest in new methods of working, more so I am eager to adapt and expand.
I am in search of a fast
-paced environment and a high standard of creativity as well as execution, to satisfy my urge to gain new professional as well as interpersonal skills.
My ultimate strength in fashion design is working in 3D.
I am very free in either draping, calculating patterns from scratch or copying patterns from existing garments, and adjusting those.
I can efficiently draw or illustrate an idea to communicate either the style or the planned making of the garment, therefore it is either freehand illustrating or technical drawing.
Furthermore, I have a deep understanding of fashion history, culture, and art which helps me to execute different styles and direct/act accordingly.
I use Image Rendering & Animation mainly to communicate accessory ideas, but also to enhance a conceptual mood and therefore create spaces and interiors which walk hand in hand with my fashion work.
Working on all aspects of the women's runway S/S 2016 collection as well as pre-collection directed by Claire Waight-Keller.
I was mainly involved in the making of prototypes based on research and sketches which I used to receive from the senior designer.
The toile making involved pattern cutting, 3
D draping/mocking up with final fabrications, mostly fluid silks, Georgette, crepes.
Developing finishing and detail samples to communicate the further process to the atelier.
I have learned a lot about working very collaboratively with an energetic team and deepened my understanding of the process of producing a large scale collection for a heritage company.
I was mainly working on technical flat drawings for garments as well as shoes, print development using Illustrator and Photoshop, preparing mood boards, and assisting in fittings.
Closer to the show I was involved in the fittings and last-minute adjustments. This role gave me a lot of experience wor
king closely with a small atelier of pattern cutters and seamstresses producing in house show samples.
I contributed to the Women's F/W 2015 collection.
As Prose was a rather small brand, I started off working directly with the creative director Miriam Lehle.
I was working on the 3D collection development for four seasons.
The working process mainly involved fabric manipulation, pattern cutting, draping, as well as the making of final pieces.
Potentially open to relocate