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Transition from 2D Fashion Design to 3D Clothing Development
Five years ago, 3D fashion seemed to only exist in curricula of fashion design schools. However, since the hit of COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, the whole fashion & apparel industry has started to rely more on digital clothing technologies. Taking into account of its various benefits, the 3D fashion design will definitely become a industry trend. But we never expected the impact of 3D clothing technology would sweep the whole industry so quickly - from sketching, sampling to fitting. Such sudden shift, of course, caused some problems related to the practical application of such technology in the garment development process, of which the most crucial one is requiring designers to transit from 2D fashion design to 3D clothing development.
How 3D Fashion Design Technology Saves Your Time
Nowaays, speed has become a basic requirement for apparel production, very unlike what the situation was a decade ago. Huge successes of emerging fast fashion brands, like Zara, Topshop, etc., proved that the secret of following the fashion is not just a unique style, but also a high speed.
In Surprise Move Osh Kosh B’Gosh Announces Major Rebranding Effort
The Oshkosh, Wisconsin based children’s clothing retailer will completely retool it’s lineup which had in recent years begun to move away from the famous denim overall for which it is most well known. New spokesmen Tracy Lauren Marrow (Ice-T) had this to say. “Look, everybody remembers Osh Kosh B’Gosh from when they was kids. That one kid in the hood everybody beat the hell out of at the bus stop, the fat one with the denim bib. I know you remember him. He wore that dumb shit and so we all wailed on him until he cried. Anyways, we found that weird-o and fixed him up real nice in some decent rags for once. That’s the new OkB.” The company move was thought to be motivated by the success of its current skip hop line of children’s wear. It remains to be seen if this latest retooling can save the flagging retailer’s whose profits were the lowest in ten years last quarter. Sector analysts were not impressed and many pointed to the failure of last year’s Mosh Kosh B’Gosh mosh pit themed summer roll out. “Sure it sounded like a clever idea to introduce a mosh pot themed line of children’s clothes, and the name had a nice ring to it, but it turns out most parents did not think it a good idea to encourage their children to gather in small spaces to repeatedly and aggressively slam into other children as the ad campaign suggested.” said retail analyst Tom Smoothe. He continued “Hey I love Law and Order SVU as much as the next guy, but I don’t know how much street cred the Ice-T name still holds. Back in the day when Body Count was tearin shit up with hits like cop killer the name meant something to the demographic OkB is targeting, but now I just don’t see it.” Ice-T then appeared suddenly behind Mr. Smoothe and pistol whipped him viciously saying “see that n*&g%a” dropped his 9mm to the ground from shoulder height, shrugged and walked away.
The branded GUCCI JACKET
MINKS has lived in this cage for a long time and will continue to do so thanx to PARIS FASHION WEEK. FUR, WINGS, LEATHER all look so ravishing on that MET GALA CARPET.
The Worst Truth of Fashion Industries
Everyone wants to look charming, beautiful and handsome. But do you know how the fashion industries produce clothes in bulk. How harmful it is for our planet! 50% more worst for the one who are living around these industries or working in these industries. You ought to know the Worst Truth of Fashion.
Tips on How to Spot a Fake Handbag
Shopping for handbags online can help you find high-quality items at reasonable prices, but you must ensure that you purchase an original designer bag rather than a cheap knockoff. You've wanted it for a long time. You've put money aside and are now ready to purchase your brand-new trendy item. But, before you do, consider all of the stores eager to offer you a good replica or, in some circumstances, a good fake copy of designer bags.
Curb Your Fast Fashion Habit With These Sustainable Brands
I have been thinking about sustainable fashion lately. We're not the only ones. Many people are now focusing on sustainable fashion choices instead of wasting their time buying fast fashion items that don't last.
How Fashion And Beauty Brands Are Helping During The Coronavirus Pandemic
Our world has seen dramatic changes in the last few weeks as a result of coronavirus. This global pandemic has had a wide-ranging impact on the fashion and beauty industries. It caused factory closures, event cancellations, economic uncertainty, and many other problems. Two of the worst-hit countries are China and Italy. This ripple effect has ripple effects that ripple across the entire industry.
How These Fashion & Beauty Entrepreneurs Keep Their Businesses Running At Home
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, and orders to work remotely, major changes have been made in the fashion and beauty industries. Production has been delayed, stylists have had their bookings cancelled and people have changed the way they shop for new products. Brands are adapting to new production methods and finding ways to serve their customers. These entrepreneurs are at the forefront of this revolution. They have developed new ways of delivering value to their customers, whether that's expanding their ecommerce offerings or using their downtime to develop their social media strategies to keep their fans engaged.
Why Fast Fashion is Not my Thing
Lets be real, the ads we see with the cute embroidered roses, the Blue and white stripes, the bows, and the distressed shirts, oversized hoodies that reach your knees, the 'street' look... its super freaking cute! You just couldn't resist adding a few to your wardrobe.
Connecting African Creative Brands to Global Markets: Ananse Africa
All eyes are on Africa as it experiences an awe-inspiring creative renaissance. The rapidly expanding creative industry is significantly boosting the African economy. In Nigeria alone, creative industries contributed more than $18 billion USD to GDP according to the World Bank in 2020 and there is more to come.
THE FABULOUS DESIGNER
CHAPTER II THE LOFT Arriving at the loft the following week, a young man named Bobby greets me. He is busy painting silk on one of the tables. Bobby tells me that Michael has left a note for me on the front desk. Upon reading it, I see it lists my tasks for the morning and states that Bobby will train me today.