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Danilo Attardi
ID: 14612
Видавництво: Hoaki

An invaluable tool for fashion students, couture connoisseurs and professional designers. The second volume of our practical manual about the art of draping, a fashion technique that involves working with fabric directly on the mannequin. Following the first volume of Fashion Draping Techniques, which focused on details such as collars, sleeves and knots, this new volume takes a step forward and moves on to complete items of clothing, such as dresses, blouses, jackets, and skirts, all explained in a detailed and easy to understand manner. Draping involves working with fabric directly on the dress stand, allowing designers to bring their creations to life, adapting the style and fit as they work. The results are new styles, cuts and lines that give life to a new three-dimensional prototype, without the standardised restrictions of paper patterns. This gives designers an immediate idea of what their creation will look like and easily lets them decide how to move forward, through the use of toile, pins, pleats, modules, draping, craftsmanship, and boundless of creativity.

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Danilo Attardi is a well-known Italian fashion designer and professor. His innate passion and vocation for fashion emerged in his mother's boutique. During his first year as a fashion student, he took part in AltaRoma, then went on to establish his own label, Danilo Attardi Studio, after having completed his studies in Rome, Milan and Florence. In addition to designing collections, Attardi teaches modelling and fashion design techniques and advises companies in and adjacent to the fashion industry, including, Brunello Cucinelli, Max Mara, Moncler, Benetton, Miroglio Group, Saint Laurent and Red Valentino.

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Danilo Attardi
ID: 13288
Видавництво: Promopress

Draping is a technique that involves working with fabric directly on the mannequin. This allows the designer to start out from an idea that can change as the design of the piece progresses. In this process, creative freedom plays a more important and less rigid role than patterns and drawings on paper do. This publication is a practical step by step guide for students and fashion professionals who want to delve deeper into this technique used by big industry names such as Issey Miyake, Margela, Therry Mugler, Iris van Herpen and many others.

Focusing on a range of subjects, from the required tools and different examples of designs to the steps to be followed in creating jackets, skirts and dresses as well as more specific details, this book offers everything that readers need to learn the principles of draping step by step and have a solid basis for making their own creations without limiting their creativity.

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Antonio Donnanno
ID: 13208
Видавництво: Promopress

Antonio Donnanno returns to children's clothing patterns, expanding on previous work and including numerous new garments to dress kids for any occasion. Once again, this text is the result of attentive studies and ongoing updates to measurements and the changing needs that this industry is known for. The author wanted to create a method similar to that for adults, simple yet precise and clear. All categories of garments which are currently made and sold were the object of close study: from gowns to rompers, skirts to trousers and jumpsuits, casual clothes to carnival costumes. In the words of the author: Each age range comes with models which combine comfort, beauty and style. I hope this text will help simplify the work of those in this industry or of those who just wish to make garments for their family members.

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Antonio Donnanno began his career in his family's tailoring shop. After majoring in history and philosophy, he focused on teaching costume history and patternmaking techniques. In 1982, he founded the prestigious Euromode School Italia in Bergamo, which soon expanded abroad. He has written dozens of books on fashion and has his own consulting firm, which focuses on patternmaking and business.

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Antonio Donnanno
ID: 13210
Видавництво: Promopress

High fashion unquestionably goes hand-in-hand with sartorial and stylistic perfection. A driving force behind the entire fashion and garment industry, it represents the search for new solutions concerning fabrics, style or patterns. In this context, the patternmaker is an essential figure who makes the stylist s ideas a reality. In this richly illustrated new volume from the Fashion Patternmaking series, the prolific author Antonio Donnanno describes the methods and techniques used in high-fashion for making drapes, frills and flounces, collars, necklines and sleeves, and trousers and skirts, in a detailed, understandable and step-by-step way. This publication completes the series in high-fashion patternmaking, which started with volume 1 and which focused on draping techniques and decorations.

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Antonio Donnanno began his career in his family's tailoring shop. After majoring in history and philosophy, he focused on teaching costume history and patternmaking techniques. In 1982, he founded the prestigious Euromode School Italia in Bergamo, which soon expanded abroad. He has written dozens of books on fashion and has his own consulting firm, which focuses on patternmaking and business.

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Antonio Donnanno
ID: 13209
Видавництво: Promopress

Fashion Patternmaking Techniques Haute Couture brings together all the elements that are at their most complex in haute couture and that a specialized patternmaker working in this area must understand and be proficient in, including techniques for creating adornments, draping on the model and painting on fabric. The handbook includes a section on contemporary techniques that presents the fundamentals of patternmaking with 3D CAD and virtual measurements. This is a comprehensive and essential handbook for those wishing to delve into an activity that is at once traditional and contemporary.

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High fashion unquestionably goes hand-in-hand with sartorial and stylistic perfection. A driving force behind the entire fashion and garment industry, it represents the search for new solutions concerning fabrics, style, or patterns. In this context, the patternmaker is an essential figure, bringing the stylist's ideas into reality. In our richly illustrated new volume of the Fashion Patternmaking series, the prolific author Antonio Donnanno, an offspring of a tailor family, patternmaking teacher, and director of a fashion school network, describes in detail the methods and techniques used in high-fashion patternmaking in an understandable and step-by-step way.

About the Author:

Antonio Donnanno began his career in his family's tailoring shop. After majoring in history and philosophy, he focused on teaching costume history and patternmaking techniques. In 1982, he founded the prestigious Euromode School Italia in Bergamo, which soon expanded abroad. He has written dozens of books on fashion and has his own consulting firm, which focuses on patternmaking and business.

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Antonio Donnanno, Elisabetta Kuky Drudi
ID: 13205
Видавництво: Promopress

This second volume of Fashion Patternmaking Techniques examines the various procedures for transforming bodices, through dart manipulation as well as studying techniques for creating volumes, draping, and fitted patterns. The book includes techniques for creating patterns for knit fabrics; basic dress blocks and how to adapt these to different fabric patterns and types of garment (for example, maternity dresses); sleeves; basic blocks for men’s vests and jackets; size grading for tops and dresses and the fundamentals of pattern layout. This manual prepares the reader to apply these concepts along with their own intuition and creativity in constructing patterns.

About the Authors:

Antonio Donnanno began his career in his family's tailoring shop. After majoring in history and philosophy, he focused on teaching costume history and patternmaking techniques. In 1982, he founded the prestigious Euromode School Italia in Bergamo, which soon expanded abroad. He has written dozens of books on fashion and has his own consulting firm, which focuses on patternmaking and business.

The illustrator, Elisabetta Kuky Drudi, is also the author of Promopress bestseller Fashion Details. 

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Chinelo Bally
ID: 14713
Видавництво: Pavilion Books

Before appearing on the BBC’s The Great British Sewing Bee, Chinelo Bally had never used a sewing pattern. She wowed the judges with her ability to create stylish, fitted garments using a freehand cutting method that was taught to her by an aunt. In Freehand Fashion, Chinelo lets us in to the secret of how she does it.

Using a series of basic garment blocks, Chinelo explains how this innovative technique can be used to create a whole wardrobe of fashionable clothes that will fit every shape and size – with no patterns required.

Based on a traditional Nigerian technique, Chinelo has developed her own freehand cutting method. The emphasis is on the individual’s own body measurements, and getting the perfect fit. This is a surprisingly simple technique that anyone can learn. No fancy equipment is needed – just a sewing machine, measuring tape, chalk and of course a good pair of scissors.

Using step-by-step illustrations, the book shows how to draft, cut and construct the five basic blocks that are used – either singly or in combination – to make every item of clothing in the wardrobe. Once you have your basic blocks, you are ready to tackle the projects – practical garments that are fashionable, modern, stylish and versatile. There are tops, skirts, day dresses and eveningwear. This is an exciting sewing technique that will be brand new to most people, even experienced dressmakers. There really are no limits – and the beauty of this technique is that it can be applied to any body shape.

About the Author:

Chinelo Bally is a Nigerian-born Brit who appeared on the BBC’s ‘Great British Sewing Bee’, where she wowed judges and fellow contestants with her freehand cutting method. Chinelo is the author of Freehand Fashion and is an expert on BBC2’s upcoming show ‘Saved and Remade’.

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Marsha Greenberg
ID: 16712
Видавництво: Running Press

Unleash your imagination and transform colorful handkerchiefs into more one-of-a-kind fashion ensembles!

Hankie Couture is back in this newly revised edition with even more stunning and original doll-sized fashions meticulously crafted from vintage handkerchiefs. With a gallery of 125 unique mix-and-match outfits and accessories, and accented with witty lifestyle advice from the Hankie Couture girl, this book showcases a limitless variety of doll-sized fashions for every occasion.

Complete with a how-to and materials guide, this book is the perfect companion for crafters looking to transform treasured heirlooms or colorful flea-market finds into one-of-a-kind fashion ensembles — whether an eye-catching color blocked dress, sophisticated great coat, or a go-everywhere purse and hat. With its beautiful design and unique, kitschy lifestyle advice, Hankie Couture makes a great gift for crafters, doll-enthusiasts, and vintage lovers alike.

About the Author:

Marsha Greenberg began sewing her own fashions at the age of eleven. Her love of fabrics, colors, and patterns continued throughout the years, and in 1978 she founded a women's sportswear company called Marsha, Inc. Later, she formed her own custom-design clothing business for private clients. In the summer of 2002, after discovering a treasure trove of vintage handkerchiefs in a Pennsylvania antiques shop, Marsha made her first Hankie Couture dress-and hasn't stopped since. Her unique creations can be found on eBay and on her website, www.hankiecouture.com. Marsha lives in Encino, California.

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Amelia Greenhall
ID: 16943
Видавництво: Abrams

Learn to sew simple, stylish, wear-everywhere garments with How to Sew Clothes. Each chapter is filled with super easy instructions and patterns written for sewists of all skill levels.

“If you can sew a straight line, you can sew anything (and, in this book, we’ll teach you how to sew a straight line!). We will help you get started from scratch, with detailed sewing instructions and techniques that will soon become second nature. We’ll explain why you’re doing things, and when it is important to do things a certain way, and when you can improvise and not worry! We’ll tell you everything you need to know to sew your own clothes and bags — and to have fun in the process.” — Amelia Greenhall and Amy Bornman, @AllWellWorkshop

Whether you are just learning how to sew or want to reignite your excitement for sewing, How to Sew Clothes makes sewing feel possible. Greenhall and Bornman’s illustrated guidance and conversational how-tos feel just like an inviting, in-person workshop. This book will have you wanting to sew every project (and will give you all the tools to make it happen). It is also a great read, even when you aren’t in the mood to sew. How many sewing books can say that?

Inside, you’ll find an envelope full of pattern sheets and very detailed instructions to guide you through the process of making simple tops, dresses, a jacket, and a coat that will become wardrobe-essentials. (Patterns have bust circumferences 32–62” / 81–157 cm.) Several of All Well’s bestselling, downloadable sewing patterns are included, in print for the first time!

Pick up this book and learn essential skills such as how to choose fabrics, read patterns, and cut out pattern pieces and sew them together, as well as how to backstitch, assess fit, and learn from what you make. There are also instructions for making bags that will fit you and your style just right. How to Sew Clothes will help you learn to make clothes you love to wear — and have fun in the process.

About the Authors:

All Well is a creative sewing studio by Amelia Greenhall and Amy Bornman dedicated to helping sewists at all levels learn and stay curious about the craft.

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Hitomi Shida, Gayle Roehm
ID: 16904
Видавництво: Tuttle

In the Japanese Knitting Stitch Bible knitting guru Hitomi Shida shares some of her favorite needlework patterns.

Shida's strikingly original designs and variations on every imaginable classic stitch result in intricate patterns that form the basis for beautiful and unique knitted fashions. This is the perfect book for the experienced knitter who is looking for new stitches that yield spectacular results!

This Japanese knitting book features a wide range of rewarding and intricate stitches including:

- cables
- popcorn stitches
- twisted stitches
- edgings

and many more…

A set of detailed, step-by-step diagrams show you how to execute all the basic stitches. Instructions and diagrams for a series of small projects offer practice working with large patterns, lacy patterns, pattern arrangement and round yokes among other things.

The knitting projects include:

- A classic hat made using large patterns
- An elegant scarf in lacy patterns
- The ever-popular fingerless mittens
- Thick socks that can be made using various patterns
- A feminine collar using round stitching

And much more!

This Japanese stitch dictionary represents a whole new adventure for knitters and is sure to become a valued reference for experienced knitters.

About the Author:

Hitomi Shida is a well-known Japanese designer of hundreds of original knitting stitches and knitted garments. She has been teaching, designing and writing books for over 20 years, and her work already enjoys a worldwide following among Japanese knitting fans. 

Gayle Roehm now devotes herself to fiber arts and happily spends her days with yarn and needles. She has lived in Japan, studied the language for many years, and has knit from Japanese patterns for most of her knitting career. Gayle teaches at knitting gatherings around the country and occasionally publishes her own designs. She's been one of Hitomi Shida's biggest fans for over 15 years.

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Kaffe Fassett
ID: 16936
Видавництво: Abrams

World-renowned artist and textile designer Kaffe Fassett provides a window into his creative process, offering readers new patterns, new ideas, and new inspiration.

With successes like Bold Blooms and Dreaming in Color, the latest book from Kaffe Fassett brings together all the best elements of his work and life. Kaffe Fassett in the Studio offers an in-depth look at his work and where he finds inspiration, paying particular attention to his color work. This volume also showcases some of his greatest designs in the areas of needlework, patchwork, and knitting, as well as provides three to four new patterns in each of these areas. Lastly, Fassett will speak to his fabric design and painting processes.

An icon in the fashion and craft worlds, Fassett partners with brands such as Coach and is regularly featured in the pages of Vogue. His brilliant use of color sets his work apart from other artists, and any collection of his work is a must-have among fans and beyond.

Features Color Photographs by Debbie Patterson

About the Author:

Kaffe Fassett is a world-renowned artist, textile designer, and author. His work has been exhibited at museums worldwide, including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. He is a fabric designer for FreeSpirit Fabrics, a knitwear designer for Rowan Yarns, and the author of more than 50 books, including Simple Shapes Spectacular QuiltsBold Blooms, and Dreaming in Color. He lives in London.

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Kaffe Fassett
ID: 16937
Видавництво: Abrams

A stunning guide and a vibrant pattern collection of 25 patchwork and needlepoint projects, from renowned color expert and quilt and fabric designer Kaffe Fassett.

Drawing inspiration from the natural beauty of flowers, Kaffe Fassett’s Bold Blooms invites crafters to explore the behind-the-scenes process and fascinating design methods used to create Kaffe’s bold fabrics and modern color palettes — from “sketching” with fabric swatches to creating mood boards and renderings to sewing visually striking quilts. Featured throughout are 18 new quilt patterns and seven new needlepoints.

Ideas bloom on each page as eye-catching artwork, inventive quilt designs, needlepoint canvases, and bold ribbon patterns grow from concept to completion. Renowned for his use of color, Kaffe creates unique palettes from nature and his surroundings to create color “moods” — from neutrals and soft pastels to rich, dark tones — and he shares his design ideas, practical quilting advice, and needlepoint techniques useful to both novice and seasoned crafters throughout these colorful projects.

With an emphasis on patchwork and needlework, the inventive designs and fresh color palettes translate to many creative disciplines ranging from mosaic, beading, fiber arts, embroidery, floral arrangements, and home décor. Accessible to quilting and sewing beginners and experts alike, the lively floral designs on each page are sure to inspire and send readers off on a color-filled creative journey, offering something for makers of all skill levels.

Includes color photographs by Debbie Patterso.

About the Author:

Kaffe Fassett is a world-renowned artist, textile designer, and author, and his use of color is widely regarded as visionary. His work has been exhibited at museums worldwide, including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. He is a fabric designer for Rowan Patchwork and Quilting, the primary knitwear designer for Rowan Yarns, and the author of more than a dozen books, including STC Craft’s Simple Shapes Spectacular Quilts. He lives in London.

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Kaffe Fassett
ID: 16940
Видавництво: Abrams

World-renowned artist Kaffe Fassett dives deep into the archives to reinvent his most beloved and classic fabric-based designs through an extraordinary collection of fresh quilt patterns

Kaffe Fassett needs no introduction ― a master colorist and textile designer, Kaffe is known for legendary designs and fantastic quilts. And now he’s back with new images, new patterns, and a new look at his most storied designs. Timeless Themes explores the classic, bold patterns that we’ve come to know and love from Kaffe. Each chapter focuses on a pattern theme from the Kaffe Fassett Collective ― whether stripes, circles, geometrics, and botanicals, or wild paisleys and retro zig zags.

An archive of Kaffe’s photos, collected over the last 50 years, is presented alongside images of the fabrics they inspired. An exciting addition to any quilter’s library, Timeless Themes blends the best elements of Kaffe’s life and inspiration, resulting in a fresh look at the designer at work ― a must-have for readers everywhere.

About the Author:

Kaffe Fassett is a world-renowned artist, textile designer, and author. His work has been exhibited at museums worldwide, including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. He is a fabric designer for FreeSpirit Fabrics, a knitwear designer for Rowan Yarns, and the author of more than 50 books, including Simple Shapes Spectacular Quilts, Bold Blooms, and Kaffe Fassett in the Studio. He lives in London.

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Kenneth D. King
ID: 15373
Видавництво: Taunton Press

Fit any figure, solve any challenge. No matter what your shape or size, you can make garments that fit! Couture designer and popular instructor Kenneth D. King teaches you how to sew clothes that fit by understanding where your real fitting problem is and how to fix it.

“No matter your size or shape, Kenneth D. King's Smart Fitting Solutions will teach even the most novice needlecrafter how to make perfect-fitting garments every time. A comprehensive and thoroughly ‘user-friendly’ instructional reference and resource. Certain to be an immediate and enduringly popular addition to community library needlecraft instructional collections.” –Midwest Book Review

About the Author:

Kenneth D. King is the designer behind Kenneth D. King Design. His couture clothing and accessories are in many private collections, as well as in permanent museum collections, including Victoria and Albert Museum in London. His work also has appeared in music videos and television commercials. Kenneth is a professor at Fashion Institute of Technology, teaches garment construction across the U.S., and is a contributing editor to Threads magazine. In 2013, Kenneth was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association of Sewing and Design Professionals.

CONTENTS:
INTRODUCTION
PART I Understanding Good Fit
Study Your Figure
Evaluate the Clothes You Wear
The Smart Fitting Alteration Method
Make a Muslin
PART II Read the Wrinkles and Learn to Fix Them
Carol
Norma
Sarah
Rosann
Jeannine
Evamarie
PART III Alter the Pattern
Carol
Norma
Sarah
Rosann
Jeannine
Evamarie
AFTERWORD: IT'S ALL ABOUT THE RESULTS
APPENDIX 1: ESSENTIAL MEASURING POINTS
APPENDIX 2: WEARING AND DESIGN EASE
APPENDIX 3: FULL BUST ADJUSTMENT
APPENDIX 4: ROTATE A DART
APPENDIX 5: THREE-STEP SLEEVE
INDEX

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Patrick Mauriès
ID: 13104
Видавництво: Thames & Hudson

The definitive monograph on the most illustrious haute-couture embroidery house in the world, featuring specially commissioned photography of Maison Lesage’s Paris archive collections

The most famous embroidery house in the world, Maison Lesage has collaborated with the greatest names in the history of fashion, from Madeleine Vionnet, Elsa Schiaparelli, Cristóbal Balenciaga and Christian Dior to Yves Saint Laurent, Hubert de Givenchy and, of course, Chanel, which counts Lesage as one of its Métiers d’Art ateliers.

Fashion legends such as Elsa Schiaparelli (with her famous Circus and Zodiac collections) and Yves Saint Laurent (whose Van Gogh iris-embroidered jackets number over 200,000 pearls and 250,000 sequins) worked exclusively with Maison Lesage, but the embroiderer also collaborated with a raft of international designers, including Balmain, the House of Worth, Vionnet and Lacroix. Perhaps best known today for the masterpieces it created for Karl Lagerfeld's Chanel collections, Maison Lesage was bought by Chanel in 2002 to ensure the survival of its unique history and extraordinary skills.

Illustrated with specially commissioned photography of Maison Lesage’s historic creations and illuminated with texts by Patrick Mauriès, Maison Lesage is both a tribute to exceptional craftsmanship and a journey through 100 years of fashion at its most sumptuous and inventive.

Contents List:

1. Providers of excellence • 2. The birth of luxury • 3. A stroke of luck • 4. Handover 5. Bias cut • 6. Mainteuses and Lunévilleuses • 7. Marie-Louise • 8. A house is born 9. A change of address • 10. Schiaparelli • 11. Acrobats and butterflies • 12. The unexpected • 13. Survival • 14. Embroidery, trimmings and textiles • 15. François 16. American adventures • 17. Return to Paris • 18. Asparagus and flowers • 19. Old and new regime • 20. Six hundred hours • 21. When fashion is in fashion • 22. 29 and 92 • 23. A passage to India • 24. A long friendship • 25. Changes

About the Author:

Patrick Mauriès is a writer and publisher of many notable titles on fashion and design, including Jewelry by ChanelA Cabinet of RaritiesThe World According to Karl and Fashion Quotes to name a few, all published by Thames & Hudson.

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The most prestigious Parisian Haute Couture artisans, Maison Lesage has collaborated with the biggest names in fashion, from Chanel, Schiaparelli, and Yves Saint Laurent, to Cristobal Balenciaga, Valentino, and Alexander McQueen. Founded in 1924, when the Lesage family bought the eminent firm of Michonet (then a supplier to such fashion legends as the House of Worth), Maison Lesage has created exceptional embroidery motifs ― often requiring hundreds, if not thousands, of hours of precise beadwork ― for star fashion designers for decades.

Perhaps best known today for the masterpieces it creates for Karl Lagerfeld’s Chanel collections, the house was bought by Chanel in 2002 as part of its Paraffection group to ensure the survival of the house’s unique history and extraordinary skills.

Illustrated with specially commissioned photography of the house’s historic creations and illuminated with texts by Patrick Mauries, who has written extensively on Chanel, Maison Lesage is both a tribute to exceptional craftsmanship and a journey through more than one hundred years of fashion at its most sumptuous and inventive. This book will be coveted by anyone interested in luxury fashion.  

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