Passionate Fashion Designer/Bartender/Adventurer & Backpacker
This project has been one of the most interesting experience so far in my professional life. I did challenge myself to the new level and learn how to work in the team. In the beginning, my biggest fear was teamwork and relying on someone else besides myself to get the work done. I got lucky my team was the best part of this project I have never thought that could happen. Everything was done together and we completed each other in areas where someone else wasn't that good. I learned a lot from them and we shared similar interests and passions. We helped each other and made someone stopped overcomplicated things "keep it simple" was often used in the studio. We divided our work and invested the same amount of time in this project. If I would have to choose a team for 3rd-year final graduate collection creation Shelby, Choca and Janine WOULD BE THE ONLY ONES I WOULD WORK WITH.
In the end we don't know how but we GOT IT ALL DONE AND WE ARE PROUD OF OUR ACHIEVEMENTS.
Overall, this live industry project has thought me the importance of every team starting form designers/pattern cutter/ manufactures and branding team. For this project, we needed to be all of them but we understood why the industry is divided into these sections and why we need to know how to do it all. The importance of time planning and material sourcing as well gaining useful contact as photographer, models and technicians around the university.
THANKS TO RIVE ISLAND FOR COLLABORATING WITH NOTTINGHAM TRENT UNIVERSITY.
>>>>NEXT PROJECT INNOVATION BUT BEFORE THAT I NEED A MIN BRAKE AND UPLOAD ALL MY WORK TO PORTFOLIO AND INSTAGRAM.