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Meet Guo Pei, China's First Haute Couture Designer
 
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In the West, Guo Pei is known for making the canary-yellow gown Rihanna wore at this year’s Met Gala in New York. Growing up during the Cultural Revolution and China’s opening up, Guo shares how the country’s past has shaped her designs and innovations. Photo/Video: Menglin Huang/The Wall Street Journal Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjvideo Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJvideo Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/ Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
Views: 391782 Wall Street Journal
9 Must-Visit Fashion Designer Hotel Rooms | Town & Country
 
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What better way to curate your next vacation than with the help of fashion's biggest designers? Here, 9 hotel suites around the world designed by the figures who rule the fashion world. SUBSCRIBE to Town & Country: https://goo.gl/9bxt0c TOWN&COUNTRY is the authority on the meaning of modern society and an amusing guide to exceptional people and exclusive places.
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CAREERS IN FASHION DESIGNING – Fashion Designer,B.Sc,Certificate Courses,Trend Research
 
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CAREERS IN FASHION DESIGNING.Go through the career opportunities of FASHION DESIGNING, Govt jobs and Employment News channel from Freshersworld.com – The No.1 job portal for freshers in India. Visit http://www.freshersworld.com?src=Youtube for detailed Career information,Job Opportunities,Higher Education details of FASHION DESIGNING. Out of all the design jobs available, fashion designing happens to be the most phenomenal and versatile one. Here you have the fine opportunity to learn about clothing, accessories and the designs which can be implemented for styling purposes. Fashion designing is quite a lucrative job and is in heavy demand these days. Whether it is Hollywood or Bollywood, fashion designers are very much needed for preparing bewitching and glamorous outfits for red carpet events, parties and other occasions that involve celebrities. The top countries for studying fashion designing include UK, Japan, United States of America, France and Italy. The fashion industry is very competitive. And in order to secure a good job, it is very important for a student to get enough training. He/she should be a creative person with exemplary artistic skills. Also a course in English, business, maths or sewing can be used as a proper foundation. If you are too ambitious, a simple degree might not suffice. Masters degree and certificate programmes are also available so that you can educate yourself enough to start a prosperous and bright career in fashion designing. There are several careers you can find in this field itself. Some include sketchers, cutters and pattern makers, sewers and fit technicians, head designers, specialty designs and of course the trend researchers. Other career opportunities you can explore in the field of fashion include fashion marketing, journalism, public relations, performing arts, photography, management and merchandising. To become a successful fashion designer, it is very important to get a diploma or degree at first. It might be easy to enrol yourself in a decent university, but it is often difficult to pay the course fees since it isnt inexpensive after all. However, there are a couple of big universities that offer scholarships to students who have talent and are keen enough to show some effort. India has also recognized fashion designing recently. Some of the best institutions that offer this course include National Institute of Fashion Technology (Delhi), Vogue Institute of Fashion Technology (Bangalore), Symbiosis Institute of Design (Pune), and National Institute of Design (Ahmedabad). A few international colleges are also offering certificate and diploma courses on fashion designing. Some of the bright institutions falling under this category are: • University of North Texas (United States of America) • Melbourne School of Fashion (Australia) • University of Westminster (United Kingdom) • Raffles Design Institute (Singapore) • Paris College of Art (France) • Ryerson University School of Fashion (Canada) Once you have graduated from fashion school, prepare a resume with all achievements enlisted in detail. You can always apply to PR firms if you want to work with celebrities or simply try your luck at a fashion production house. Some universities offer job opportunities for students too. So look out for them as well. For more jobs & career information and daily job alerts, subscribe to our channel and support us. You can also install our Mobile app for govt jobs for getting regular notifications on your mobile. Freshersworld.com is the No.1 job portal for freshers jobs in India. Check Out website for more Jobs & Careers. http://www.freshersworld.com?src=Youtube - - ***Disclaimer: This is just a career guidance video for fresher candidates. The name, logo and properties mentioned in the video are proprietary property of the respective companies. The career and job information mentioned are an indicative generalised information. In no way Freshersworld.com, indulges into direct or indirect recruitment process of the respective companies.
Cecilia Cassini - The Mozart of Fashion
 
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These days she designs for such celebrities as Taylor Swift, Sofia Vergera, Miley Cyrus, Kelly Osbourne and Heidi Klum. Billed as “the youngest fashion designer in the country,” by the age of 12 Cecilia was starring on the Style Network show, “Confessions of a Fashionette, and now we have her making her debut right here on American Latino TV.
Views: 5632 American Latino
African Fashion designs showcased in Togo
 
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Elima International Fashion Festival wows crowds with creations of designers from over 14 African countries.
Views: 533 CGTN Africa
RUSSIA: MOSCOW EARNS PLACE ON WORLD FASHION MAP
 
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(22 Oct 1997) Eng/Russ/Nat All eyes have been on the fashionable catwalks of London, Paris and Milan as designers unveil their Spring collections. There are several well known capitals to where the fashion conscious flock. Moscow in Russia is not one of them. Its fashions were once considered a joke in the West, characterised by drab and unflattering clothes made of cheap materials. Times have changed and Russians are among the best if not the most overdressed people in the world. Although avid consumers of labels such as Versace and Calvin Klein they are now turning their attention once more to home grown designers. Linda Evangelista's recent visit to Moscow was treated with as much reverence as that of a world leader. Cosmonauts and athletes were once Russian icons - now it's supermodels, a reflection of the greater emphasis put on clothes and appearance in modern-day Russia. Aware of Linda's pulling power top Italian fashion houses flew her in to model their winter collections. But would Linda have got out of bed if the clothes had been designed by a Russian? SOUNDBITE: (English) 'All fashion interests me. All of it I think is very artistic and your country has proved to be one of the most artistic in the world and so yes I would be very proud to wear a designer from your country.' SUPER CAPTION: Linda Evangelista, Supermodel At least one designer item is to be found in the wardrobe of most young Russians today. They're hunger to be seen in top labels is greater than that in the West. The images on the pages of fashion magazines are slavishly reproduced on the streets of Moscow. Designer boutiques such as Wild Orchid, an exclusive lingerie shop, are mushrooming in the capital. One bra from this shop can cost anything between $70 to $200. For many of Russia's new rich price is no obstacle. However this lust for anything foreign is now wearing off and the fashion-conscious are finding that domestic designers make clothes as well as their foreign counterparts. Tanya Romanioyk's workshop in a rundown former communal apartment is a far cry from the splendour of Wild Orchid but her lingerie line would not be out of place on its shelves. Despite being dogged by lack of start up capital and difficulties in finding quality fabric for her clothes, she says that designers in this country are best placed for tapping the growing home market. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) 'The name of my company is Russian Chic. My goal is to create clothes with a Russian flavour.' SUPER CAPTION: Tanya Romanioyk, Clothes Designer Just a day after Linda Evangelista's appearance for Versace, Russian fashion week opened on the same catwalk - but there were no superstars here. It's a showcase for young designers across the country and a way to show that Moscow is trying to make its way as a fashion capital. Two designers Yelena Vassa and her husband Stefan Ungaro who went to work in New York seven years ago have returned to show their new collection in fashion week. They believe Russia is now enjoying a creative renaissance and the time is ripe for designers. SOUNDBITE: What's happening now is that Russian people are trying to find their own identity so to speak. They are trying to find themselves as a nation. Maybe as a tendency to look inside themselves rather than outside this country SUPER CAPTION: Stefan Ungaro, fashion designer Russian consumers will still continue to search out designer labels, from New York, London, Paris and Milan. But given time Moscow could yet feature on the pages of the fashion magazines. Tanya Romanioyk is just one of many new entrepreneurs who have designs in the future of the country's fashion business. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/90e374396eab91e6626cb710d396362e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 80 AP Archive
Ethiopian designer uses traditional techniques in fashion design
 
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1. Sara Abera, designer, dressing mannequin in sewing room 2. Various of Abera dressing mannequin 3. Young lady wearing shawl with traditional ''tibeb'' border 4. Various close-ups of tibeb design 5. Wide of group of ladies standing with their sheep wearing shawls with tibeb border 6. Close-up of ladies wearing shawls with tibeb 7. Various of three ladies standing outside shop wearing shawls with tibeb border 8. Various of cushions in Abera''s studio 9. Close-up cushions 10. Various of silk ''table set'' laid out on table in atelier 11. Wide of Abera in office talking to colleague 12. Abera in her office 13. Close-up Abera flicking through her design book 14. Various of designs 15. Exterior of Abera''s shop 16. Various of inside Abera''s shop 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sara Abera, Ethiopian Fashion Designer: "It''s the world, the international market also looking these days for something with a human touch, something which has a story behind it, something which is made by hand, it''s just the trade of the market also leads you to concentrate on handmade things." 18. Close-up of weaver touching pattern he''s created 19. Close up of strip of silk woven in to pattern 20. Mid-shot of female worker sitting and spinning cotton 21. Various of female worker spinning cotton 22. Wide of the sewing room with ladies working 23. Various of ladies working in sewing room 24. Piece of woven material on table in sewing room 25. Pan down of bright orange suit on mannequin - created by Abera 26. Wide of three male weavers weaving 27. Close side-shot of weaving 28. Front shot of one male weaver 29. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dr Tekie Alemu, Head of Economics, Addis Ababa University: "If you want to compete with countries like China or India or the United States, whatever country, you have to be able to sell your products at a comparable price, or a cheaper price. In order to do that you have to be able to produce it by the time you need, the quality that you have - in producing this item - would have to be reduced. In order to do that you have to improve the skill of the workers, you have to use technologies that are efficient, technically speaking, so if you do that there is no reason why you cannot compete." 30. Wide of shops selling cotton clothing and blankets 31. Mid-shot of shops selling cotton clothing 32. Close-up of shop window full of cotton clothing and blankets 33. Mid-shot of dresses hanging up for sale at outdoor market stall 34. Various of Abera inside her stockroom 36. Abera queuing for lunch with weavers at her workshop 37. Female cook serving traditional Ethiopian food 38. Various of Abera eating lunch 39. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sara Abera, Ethiopian Fashion Designer "If I go to a big (buyer) like Harrods - you know, I just go to the office, I try to send an email, no-one answers my email. (So) I just went physically, holding my things, "oh the buyers are busy now, do you have contact with her before, do you know her name". I don''t know the name, I just know the Harrods, and know the maybe John Lewis, and so I am frustrated and I just couldn''t get through, and that really frustrated me. Why I should know someone, why they don''t see the product themselves, whether it''s to their standard or not. Why they don''t be a judge, why don''t they just all the time helping us, sending us food and sugar and all this, why don''t they buy our product and help these people, that makes a lot of change." 40. Various of Abera at her office 41. Close-up of writing on box "Sara Garment Designers" 42. Close-up of writing on box "Land of Exotic Designs" 43. Close-up of writing on box "Ethiopia carried down through the eons to the twenty-first century by these traditional weavers" SUGGESTED LEAD-IN: You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8f55d2755bbba84e84854ddc8b2f0817 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 189 AP Archive
9 Fashion - History of fashion
 
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In the sixteenth century in Europe there were big differences from country to country in the way people dressed, but by the end of the century upper-class Europeans were starting to dress in a similar fashion. By the 1780s French styles were leading the way, as engravings were published illustrating the latest Paris styles. By 1800, all Western Europeans were dressing alike. The history of fashion design dates from 1858 when the English-born Charles Frederick Worth opened the first true fashion house in Paris, and today the four major current fashion capitals of the world are acknowledged to be Paris, Milan, New York City, and London. Fashion weeks are held in these cities, where designers exhibit their new clothing collections to audiences. In the 20th century major fashion designers such as Coco Chanel and Yves Saint-Laurent kept Paris as the centre most watched by the rest of the world. Although the fashion industry developed first in Europe and America, today it is an international and highly globalized industry, with clothing often designed in one country, manufactured in another, and sold world-wide. For example, an American fashion company might source fabric in China and have the clothes manufactured in Vietnam, finished in Italy, and shipped to a warehouse in the United States for distribution to retail outlets internationally. The fashion industry has long been one of the largest employers in the USA, and it remains so today. However, U.S. employment declined considerably as production increasingly moved overseas, especially to China.
Views: 1420 Mark Hellyer
NEW Designer Guo Pei on China's growing fashion market and the country's need to put its own mark on
 
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(29 Mar 2012) CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THE MUSIC USED OVER THE CATWALK SECTION OF THIS STORY IS NOT CLEARED FOR USE - WE ADVISE THAT YOU REPLACE IT WITH YOUR OWN CLEARABLE SELECTION. SHOTLIST(including transcript):- AP Entertainment Beijing - 27 March, 2012 1. Close of seamstress working on embroidery 2. Close of fingers on dress 3. Wide of factory floor 4. Close of beads being sewn on to dress 5. Medium of women working on dress 6. Medium of dress, tilt up of golden dress that is Guo Pei's favorite dress 7. Close of necklace 8. Close of detail on dress 9. Medium of reflection of Guo Pei walking past dress in mirror 10. Medium of dresses and Guo Pei looking at dress 11. Medium of Guo 12. Close of detail 13. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Guo Pei, designer: "The government is calling for originality. China is leaping forward. I believe in 10 to 15 years, China will have its great designers, I hope I will be one of them. People say I am a master now, but I always say no, because I'm still on the road." Beijing - 24 March, 2012 14. Wide of model walking down catwalk in Beautyberry show 15. Cutaway of audience 16. Wide of Beautyberry show 17. Cutaway of audience 18. Medium of model walking down catwalk Paris, 7th March 2012 19. Medium of model walking down catwalk during Masha Ma's show, tilt up 20. Medium of model wearing purple dress, tilt up 21. Medium of model 22. Medium of army of models walking down catwalk 23. Medium of feet of models walking, tilt up and zoom out 24. Medium of designer Masha Ma coming out and waving Beijing - 24 March, 2012 26. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Su Hong, Vice President and Publisher of Fashion Media Group: "The reason designers you mentioned are not coming to China to show their collections is because they think the overall situation and professional level in China is not good enough. But I believe with China's fast development both materially and spiritually, China's fashion will catch up very fast. In no time, Chinese designers in foreign countries will come back to China for fashion shows." Beijing - 26 March, 2012 27. Wide of Cadini show 28. Medium of model walking down catwalk, zoom out to wide Beijing - 24 March, 2012 29. Wide of Ma Yanli, model and designer 30. Cutaway of reporters 31. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Ma Yanli, Chinese famous model and fashion designer "Everyone know that China is a manufacturing empire. Everyone knows we're the king of production, we can't do this kind of artistic work, but that's changing. I hope, I think that we're changing into a creative kingdom. So in my opinion, it's not a bad thing." Beijing - 25 March, 2012 32. Wide of VISCAP Yuan Bing show 33. Medium of legs walking down catwalk and tilt up 34. Medium of model walking 35. Cutaway of model 36. Wide of VISCAP Yuan Bing show ending with models walking out 37. Medium of models CHINESE DESIGNERS ARE CLAIMNIG BACK FASHION China is often regarded as the factory of the world, manufacturing everything from cars to clothes. But now China is trying to become a creative force to be reckoned with. Fashion designer Guo Pei is leading the way for Chinese designers. She was a designer before there was such a concept as "fashion" in the Chinese language. She is perhaps best compared to the risk-taking Vera Wang with her princess-like dresses that fulfil a thousand dreams for China's brides. At her studio in Beijing, 40 workers sew, stitch and create bridal dresses and frocks for China's elite. Guo Pei is one of China's most well-known designers - Lady Gaga likes her clothes, and she designs frocks for Chinese celebrities and models. Her collection will be launched in Beijing in early May. Paris-based, Shanghai-born designer, Masha Ma is one of those examples. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/eace728d982bfcea95b19253d77de784 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Indonesia''s 11-year-old fashion designer
 
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(8 Aug 2011) music on catwalks not cleared for use. please replace with your own clearable music Jakarta, 6 Feb 2011 1. Wide of fashion show featuring children 2. Tilt up from feet to child model 3. Mid of teenagers on runway Jakarta, 25 June 2011 4. Close up of hand drawing sketch of children clothes 5. Wide of Amanda Purnomo Marki drawing sketch 6. Close up of Amanda 7. Close up of sketch 8. SOUNDBITE: (Indonesian) Amanda Purnomo Marki, child designer " I like fashion because I always like drawing and watching Fashion TV and reading fashion magazines. I became very interested in fashion when I was 8 years old. At that time I organized a fashion show during my birthday party. " 9. Wide of children''s clothing store 10. Mid of clothes on the rack designed by Amanda 11. Wide of mannequins with Amanda''s design 12. Tilt down of dress 13. Wide of Amanda and her mother walking into store 14. Close up of dress 15. SOUNDBITE: (Indonesian) Noni Purnomo, Amanda''s mother " She has a passion for designs, so I take her around to see other people''s designs. I bought her fashion magazines. Once I also took her to Paris to see a major Yves Saint Laurent exhibition, and she was really impressed by it. I noticed that she did not just look at the designs, but she also paid close attention to the stitching of each design. I can really tell that she is interested to fashion. " 16. Close up of dress 17. Pan of mannequins with Amanda''s dresses 18. Close up of design of dress 19. Wide of Ade Kartika dressing up a child 20. Tilt down of child wearing Amanda''s dress 21. SOUNDBITE: (Indonesian) Ade Kartika, Alleira Kids director " Amanda''s designs are not monotonous, but she likes to explore various designs. She can do coats, jackets, blazers and ball gowns. She likes exploring and she has a great potential as a designer. " 24. Wide of child showing off Amanda''s dress 25. Tilt down of Amanda''s dress 26. Wide of two girls showing off Amanda''s dresses 27. Tilt down of Amanda''s dress 28. SOUNDBITE: (Indonesian) Amanda Purnomo Marki, child designer " The first thing we would do is to have a meeting to arrange a fashion show featuring an upcoming clothing line. Then I have to work on the designs. I usually make many designs first, and then the store will select the best collection. Then I choose the fabric and colors for the designs. " Jakarta, 6 Feb 2011 29. Wide of Amanda walking on runway during her fashion show LEADIN An eleven year old designer in Indonesia is succeeding in the high octane world of fashion. Amanda Purnomo Marki''s career began when she became a children''s model aged 7. STORYLINE : This is not your usual fashion show for children. It features the globally acclaimed Indonesian batik, a traditional fabric made with a unique dyeing process. But these children are not strutting down the runway with dresses made by famous Indonesian batik designers. They are showing off dresses made by an 11-year-old schoolgirl. Amanda Purnomo Marki has always liked two things- drawing and fashion. When she was 7, she modeled for a children line and began to learn about the business then. She asked her mother an unusual gift for her 8th birthday party. She wanted to have a fashion show of her own. She then made a bunch of designs and got some of her friends to be her models. The Indonesian Museum of Records found out about it and awarded Amanda with the title of the country''s youngest designer in 2008. People working for a popular batik line also got wind of Amanda''s talent. They approached her to put together a professional fashion show for her designs. Within just a couple of months, Amanda created 30 batik designs for the show. For Amanda, she is living her dream. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/7278e89fd17d71f9721fdb9195d7e611 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 1569 AP Archive
Fashion: Preparing to manufacture | Kickstarter Creator Basics
 
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Creators talk about their manufacturing process. Featuring: Jake Bronstein, Creator | Flint and Tinder (http://kck.st/IjHTLv) Connor Wilson & Nolan Walsh, Co-Creators | Thursday Boot Co. (http://kck.st/1qYPX81) Mandy Kordal, Creator | Kordal (http://kck.st/GAjTB8) // Kickstarter Creator Basics is a collection of helpful tips and advice from creators about common project questions. Subscribe here to get new Creator Basics tips each month http://www.youtube.com/user/kickstarter?sub_confirmation=1 Follow @KickstarterTips on Twitter to get useful information about running your campaign and hear about upcoming events.
Views: 6328 Kickstarter
Nigerian designer's handbag success
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Nigerian designer Zainab Ashadu is making a difference in the country's fashion industry with her homemade luxury handbags. Nigerian designer Zainab Ashadu is making a difference in the country's fashion industry with her homemade luxury handbags. Nigerian designer Zainab Ashadu is making a difference in the country's fashion industry with her homemade luxury handbags. Nigerian designer's handbag success 01:49 Nigerian designer's handbag success 01:49 Nigerian designer's handbag success 01:49
Views: 2395 Xavier B.R.
Techpacker.com helps fashion designers.
 
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Techpacker.com helps fashion designers. The major problem that techpacker.com solves is the communication between designer and factory. Fashion designers who haven't worked with factories around the world need help. We make it easy for them. We explain their garment design ideas so sewing factories can quote price and produce according to the spec sheets. Techpacker.com is free to use. It is free for designers and factories. Our major revenue will come from raw material suppliers such as YKK zipper supplier. They will list their products to promote their products to designers and factories. There are three major pieces of information that need to go into a tech pack. First is a very detailed sketch. Second is a list raw material such as buttons, zippers and fabric. And the third important piece is measurements. Techpacker.com helps designers to compile information. At the same time it standardizes that information so factories can understand. So for designers, it is very visual. You pick and drop. The factory does not have to do any guessing work. Techpacker.com has been designed for anyone who is an expert and at the same times anyone who is a new to the fashion industry. Even if you are a new to the fashion industry with no knowledge what a tech pack is, you can get started in minute. It is very simple interface. All you have to do is login, sign up, and get started. If you want to get more information about techpacker.com, you can contact Saral via [email protected] or visit their website www.techpacker.com http://www.thaisonspgarment.com/ Music Credit: Paul Van Dyk
Views: 992 Vietnam Insider
Thula Sindi: Understanding the dynamics of being an emerging fashion designer
 
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Thula Sindi believes designers have to make themselves indispensible to customers by making truly wearable clothes. Johannesburg-based fashion designer Thula Sindi aims to make comfortable, wearable clothes. His most recent collection, which he launched at Design Indaba Expo 2015, is an amalgamation of an urban aesthetic and a country dream. “Lots of people have an idyllic way of looking at city life,” says Sindi, who grew up in a rural community. “Then once you are in the city there is an idyllic way of looking at rural life. I want to mix those two ideas and create a more relaxed silhouette and fabrics.” Sindi’s collection features gentle “milk maid” fabrics such as white cottons and broderie anglaise, and “leather we associate with cowboys and ranches”. Sindi asks that local designers focus on making clothes that become a part of their wearer’s daily lives. Instead of a focus on cocktail and occasion wear, he suggests instead a movement towards active or sports wear and everyday apparel. “We should become indispensible,” he says about fashion designers. “We’ve got to create beautiful clothes and make sure people buy them.”
Views: 558 Design Indaba
K-Style - Top 5 Korean Designers to Watch
 
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Sarah introduces you to the top 5 Korean Designers to watch of year! See the clothes that all the celebs in Korea and the rest of the world will wear in the future! Thumbs Up/Share/Comment/Subscribe! Check out our channel for more videos! http://www.youtube.com/kstyletvonline Follow us! http://www.facebook.com/kstyletv http://www.twitter.com/kstyletv http://www.instagram.com/kstyletv
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CAREERS IN B.SC FASHION TECHNOLOGY –  M.Sc,P.Hd,Designing,Job Opportunities,Salary Package
 
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CAREERS IN B.SC FASHION TECHNOLOGY.Go through the career opportunities of B.SC FASHION TECHNOLOGY, Govt jobs and Employment News channel from Freshersworld.com – The No.1 job portal for freshers in India. Visit http://www.freshersworld.com?src=Youtube for detailed Career information,Job Opportunities,Education details of B.SC FASHION TECHNOLOGY. Fashion has been a cornerstone in the modern era. We, as human beings were always intrigued by the latest designs and materials available to us in the world. The fashion industry is a multi-billion dollar company, but the fashion industry hasn’t completely arrived in India yet. There are various reasons as to why the fashion industry in still in the fledgling stage in our country. But, it makes more sense to discuss why this scenario is changing. The increased number of Indian fashion designers has paved the way for the growth of the industry in our country. There are some great names in the fashion industry who have not only given some amazing designs to the local market, but also acquired international fame. There are quite a few career opportunities you can choose from as a graduate in fashion technology. Fashion is creative, and if you do not have a more imaginative, and creative mind set, then it becomes incredibly tough to break in to this industry, and continue ahead. This fact should however not discourage you. With such strong competition comes innovation too. This is further another reason why the fashion industry is growing in the country. You can find more and more people shifting from commercial clothing to designer clothing. You can work in a corporate company such as Levis, or Rockport, Van Heusen in the designing team. You can even find job as a quality assessment manager who is in charge of the overall quality of the product that is being designed. It is incredibly hard to release your own line of clothing. You can try this option too, but we recommend that you gain experience before you jump into a business of your own. There are quite a few job openings in big media houses too. There is an entire line journalism and mass media which is dedicated to fashion currently. You can further find employment at reputed textile mills and leather factories too. You will do the job of a quality assessment manager at these places of work. You can further find opportunities at major jewellery houses too. You can find positions with a fashion show organiser. The choices are amazing for a person with a degree in fashion technology, these days. Then, there are the jobs of apprenticeship. This is a competitive world and a good reference goes a long way. You can find work as a disciple of some of the biggest names in the fashion industry currently. There are absolutely no limits to what can be achieved in the fashion industry. The only required criterion is your talent. The pay packet for freshers in the fashion industry is between 10,000 and 15,000 Indian rupees. But, you will notice that the salary increases, as you go along. If you take the right steps in your career, then there is an incredible chance that you will double the amount you earn in under three years. For more jobs & career information and daily job alerts, subscribe to our channel and support us. You can also install our Mobile app for govt jobs for getting regular notifications on your mobile. Freshersworld.com is the No.1 job portal for freshers jobs in India. Check Out website for more Jobs & Careers. http://www.freshersworld.com?src=Youtube - - ***Disclaimer: This is just a career guidance video for fresher candidates. The name, logo and properties mentioned in the video are proprietary property of the respective companies. The career and job information mentioned are an indicative generalised information. In no way Freshersworld.com, indulges into direct or indirect recruitment process of the respective companies.
Fvilla.in : For Fashion Designers
 
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Fashionvilla for ‘Fashion Designer’ ‘Everything is online’, so what’s in it for Fashion Designers? From shopping to cab booking and from hiring event manager to plumber, everything has gone online as Indians second highest Internet users in the world. The Indian apparel market will grow over four-fold to attain a staggering size of $ 200 billion by 2025 with the country becoming the fastest growing market along with China, according to a report by management consultancy firm Wazir. Consumers in the age group of 15-34 years, represents around 35% of the total Indian population and this occupies 70% of Internet users in India. How can young fashion designers take benefit of this? Considering the huge potential in online market, online presence is of most importance. You know how this myntra, jabong, flipkart grew in just 4-5 yrs! You ‘ fashion designers’ are the soul behind amazing apparels and costumes then why don’t you have your existence in online world, ever imagined? So what can ‘Fashion Designer’ do about this? Considering this gap, we have developed a platform especially for young designers who need a platform for showcasing their skills. Without explaining more we would like to come on point.
Views: 162 Fvilla .in
D PAN Interview: Jaiden Shephard - Fashion Designer
 
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D-PAN Interviews Detroit area fashion designer Jaiden Shephard. Appearing in over 60 fashion shows across the country, including New York Fashion Week, Jaidens line VTJ (Vintage Ties by Jaiden) has been garnering a lot of attention. Jaiden stopped by our studio and chatted with us about his experience and what inspires him. Captions are included in video, just click the CC button on the video player. For more artist features, check out D-PAN's artist gallery at http://d-pan.com/artists/
Views: 1184 dpanvideos
Fashion Designers in 30 Seconds | Fashionably Late With Rachel Zoe
 
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She's worked with almost every fashion designer out there, but how many can Rachel Zoe name under pressure? Watch to see how many she gets in 30 seconds as she preps for her new talk show Fashionably Late with Rachel Zoe. SUBSCRIBE for the latest news and updates from The Zoe Report ► http://bit.ly/TheZoeReportYT Watch more Rachel Zoe and Co. here on The Zoe Report! Fashionably Late with Rachel Zoe ► https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLslOh9DcYwo6eIFV4XotYfaHIi2SUzRCJ The Extra 5 With Rachel Zoe ► https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLslOh9DcYwo4c7Rrt-igvS5xJM_ecivCO For the latest fashion trends, beauty tips, and styling tricks, visit http://thezoereport.com/ For more stylish tips and tricks, follow The Zoe Report: Instagram: http://instagram.com/thezoereport Twitter: http://twitter.com/thezoereport Facebook: http://facebook.com/thezoereport Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/thezoereport Newsletter: http://thezoereport.com About The Zoe Report Welcome to the official YouTube channel of acclaimed Designer, Stylist, Fashion Icon and Beauty Guru Rachel Zoe! The Zoe Report is an extension of Rachel’s highly followed daily fashion, beauty, and lifestyle blog. Team Zoe’s stylists and editors are dishing out the latest in makeup how-tos, beauty tutorials, lifestyle DIYs, fashion trends, and styling tips for clothing, shoes, and accessories. Team Zoe will show you how to get perfect eyebrows, how to make lipstick last all day, 8 ways to tie a scarf, how to master boho hair and more. Let The Zoe Report inspire you to incorporate modern glamour into your everyday life. Subscribe for a first hand look into the glamorous world of Rachel and Team Zoe! New videos every week! About Rachel Zoe Rachel Zoe is a fixture of the fashion industry as a distinguished stylist, fashion designer, and editor known for her effortless take on style and glamour. After establishing herself as a styling powerhouse in both Los Angeles and New York City, she is determined to make her style accessible to all. She became a household name with the release of her book, “Style A to Zoe,” and the launch of her Bravo reality show “The Rachel Zoe Project” in 2008. In 2011, her eponymous line of apparel and accessories, Rachel Zoe Collection was released around the country to rave reviews, embodying the bohemian spirit of the '60s and '70s. In 2014, Rachel released her second book "Living In Style: Inspiration and Advice for Everyday Glamour" and it instantly became a New York Times bestseller, encouraging readers to feel more glamorous and confident in every aspect of their lives. With accolades to her name, such as, “Stylist of The Year,” and, “Most Influential Stylist,” Rachel Zoe is an unparalleled figure in the fashion world. Get the Zoe Style Want a season of style delivered to your doorstep? Sign up for Rachel Zoe and The Zoe Report's quarterly subscription service, Box of Style at http://www.thezoereport.com/shop
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Iran: meet Tehran's new and thriving generation of fashion designers!
 
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Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN Jackets down to their knees and a veil draped over their heads. In Iran, fashion and religious restrictions go hand-in-hand. Now a new generation of designers is revitalizing this relationship. Meet Tehran's new and thriving generation of designers! Visit our website: http://www.france24.com Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.English Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/France24_en
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Modern Ethnic Fashion: Ukrainian designers showcase collections before New York Fashion Week debut
 
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Fashion designers across Ukraine have united to represent the country at this year’s New York Fashion Week, prior to departure for the Big Apple designers participated in an impromptu fashion show in an unlikely location, at Kyiv’s Borispil International Airport. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv
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Models take to the catwalk for first ever Algiers Fashion Week
 
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(16 Jun 2015) LEAD IN: Algeria has marked the first edition of Algiers Fashion Week. Industry figures hope the Haute Couture catwalk shows will promote the country's designers beyond its borders. STORY-LINE: Floaty fabrics made of gold and sheer materials are cruising down the catwalk. But this isn't Paris or Milan. There is a new show in the Mediterranean fashion calendar. Algiers, capital of the eponymous north African country, has just celebrated the first edition of Algiers Fashion Week. Organisers hope it will add much needed dynamism and a touch of class to the Algerian fashion industry. Over the course of the past week, the capital's Palace of Culture has played host to young designers and established names in the world of style, from Algeria and further afield. The event is a shop window for the country's fashion industry, which has long suffered from a lack of exposure and investment. Organisers say their goal is to "transcend borders to reunite a creative mix inspired by East and West". Women's wear designer Samir Pain makes high end creations for some of Algeria's most discerning customers. "Fashion in Algeria is well regarded, the people love fashion, women crave luxury garments, bespoke clothing. It is an enormous market," he says. The designer says there are cultural sensitivities to be aware of in the country. "The only difficulty is having it sit with the general public, because the public is not yet used to slightly provocative outfits, which are trendy in Europe at the moment, that is to say transparent clothing, bare skin. In Algeria, we can't show too much skin or use transparent fabrics." Pain uses his mixed Algerian and French heritage to inform his designs. "I create Algerian clothing, but I adapt it with Parisian haute couture," he says. His dresses can cost six-thousand US dollars or more. That puts them well out of reach for most in a country where the majority get by on a few hundred dollars a month. But he has a loyal following of customers from the country's upper echelons. He says his dresses are intended to give "some dignity to Algerian women, because Algerian women are tough fighters." "I am for women with freedom, freedom of thought and speech." Algeria's fashion industry has received little in the way of state support in recent years, and Pain hopes this will change. The show's organiser Lynda K. Younga Berber agrees. She says Algeria's fashion industry has real potential that must be realised. "We have some fine materials, now we must exploit that. We need to follow the slogan 'Consume Algerian'," she says. But the week isn't just about clothes. On display is elaborate jewellery adorned with gemstones - the creations of Algiers-based jeweller Redha Skander. Skander explains how he left Algeria during troubled times at the end of the 1980s. "I already had the basic skills for the job, but I perfected them in Paris by training in artists' workshops and after that I started my own workshop and took it from there," he says. Skander says this first edition of Algiers Fashion Week is an important event, which he hopes will be held again in the future. "I'm not expecting a great deal from it this time around, but I've worked really hard for it, I wanted to really mark the event for future years. I hope it is always held on the same dates and that I'll make acquaintance with all the other designers who are involved with this adventure." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3f2a0e680b7a9a765b510fe16513bb49 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Arirang Special M60-Fashion x Passion 

패션, 열정을 만나다
 
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Welcome to Brazil, a country rich in culture and spirit! In this dynamic country, fashion trends were being shaped by none other than Korean fashion professionals! From the 1980s, Korean residents in Brazil have transformed the underdeveloped local fashion industry by manufacturing high-quality apparel with sophisticated designs. Last month, a very special fashion show took place in Sao Paulo under the theme of Fashion x Passion, where Korea and Brazil, and fashion designers from both countries came together on the runway. Korean designers including Yoon Choon Ho, Jun Yang Bae, Jung Du Young and Cheong Min Kyung, as well as Lee Yoon Hee, an up-and-coming Korean designer living in Brazil, and popular Brazilian designer Estilista Samuel showcased their latest collections at Fashion x Passion. K-pop artists also flew in from Korea to join these designers onstage. Global music, dance and fashion trendsetters, ShiNee and f(x) members, Luna and Amber gave special erformances during the show, creating an unforgettable fashion moment! Check out Fashion x Passion to get a closer look at the Korean Wave that’s sweeping through Brazil’s fashion scene! 풍요로운 문화와 정열이 넘치는 나라 브라질! 뜨거운 열정을 가진 브라질 사람들의 패션을 이끌고 있었던 것은 다름 아닌 한국 사람들이었는데요. 1980년대 의류산업의 불모지였던 브라질에서 한국 교민들이 세련된 디자인과 질 높은 의류를 제조하고 판매하며, 지금까지 브라질 패션의 유행을 주도해 오고 있습니다. 이런 브라질의 상파울루에서 아주 특별한 패션쇼가 펼쳐졌는데요. 바로, 한국과 브라질, 두 나라의 디자이너와 모델들이 함께 펼치는 패션 공감의 자리입니다. 윤춘호, 전양배, 정두영, 정민경씨 등 우리나라 디자이너와 브라질에서 차세대 디자이너로 주목받는 한국 교민 이윤희씨 그리고 브라질의 유명 디자이너 Estilista Samuel이 패션쇼를 이끌며 양국의 의상을 선보였는데요. 여기에 K-pop이 더해져 이색 무대를 선사했습니다. 음악, 춤, 패션 모든 부분에서 컨템퍼러리한 모습을 선보이며 국내는 물론 세계적으로 큰 사랑을 받고 있는, 샤이니와 f(x)의 루나와 엠버가 참석해 기존 패션쇼에서 볼 수 없었던 특별한 무대로 패션쇼의 열기를 더욱 뜨겁게 만들었습니다. 브라질에서 흐르는 패션 한류의 열기를 만날 수 있었던 시간! ‘ 패션, 열정을 만나다’에서 그 열기를 확인해 보세요!
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Designers show their wares at Islamabad fashion week
 
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DESIGNERS DAZZLE AT ISLAMABAD FASHION WEEK During Islamabad Fashion week more then twenty designers and labels from all over the country and from Bangladesh gathered to showcase their collection in this three-day event. Bangladesh designer Shahrukh Amin says "I used black and white and red colours, my all clothes are in these three colours. It has name "PRETOMA" it's mean "lovers one". Totally it is ethnic collection. It is all Shalwar Kameez, skirts and Duppata (veil) along with this" Pakistani designer Naveed Ranjah showcased his bridal work, with traditional embroidery work. Sana a Pakistani designer told "I have showed my bridal couture collection and the colours which I used were gold, blacks ,red, beige and dresses are complete bridal and heavy work and I had really good response". The university students showcased their design, one of the models Shazia from the Northwest of Pakistan told "First time I represented Khyber Pakhtunkhaw (northwest of Pakistan). I felt very good and my designers Hamida's presented beautiful dresses of Khyber Pakhtunkhaw ". You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/25174834a51c8ab38a4a20692040136d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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What It's Like To Be Female In Iran | Tehran Unveiled | Refinery29
 
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In an industry where flash and flesh rule, Sadaf is an Iranian fashion designer who is finding inspiration in the restrictions and laws that seek to mandate the limits of her creativity. "Tehran Unveiled" profiles four bold and creative women who reveal how the Iranian government views their art and how oppressive restrictions curb self-expression. Their desire to follow their dreams surpasses their need for well-being, and as a result, these courageous women are risking their livelihoods to tell their stories and change the conversation about a "woman's place" in Islamic society, Iran, and the world. For all episodes of Tehran Unveiled, go to: http://bit.ly/tehran-unveiled Subscribe to the Refinery29 channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-to-r29 For the latest trends and videos, visit: http://refinery29.com Like Refinery29 on Facebook: http://facebook.com/refinery29 Follow Refinery29 on Twitter: http://twitter.com/refinery29 Heart Refinery29 on Instagram: http://instagram.com/refinery29
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Nigeria Fashion: How to make cloths in 30 minutes
 
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► Subscribe to BattaBox on YouTube: http://goo.gl/4dgy2r Mr Samuel Ukuma is a Mass Communication graduate turned fashion designer and entrepreneur. He uses mostly Ankara material and African Prints to make instant cloths that can be ready in just 30 minutes. "I don't need your measurement, once i look at you, i know what fits you," Mr Samuel says BattaBox presenter Odunayo visits Mr Samuel at his shop to talk about how he became an entrepreneur, fashion designer and the CEO of Sonhill Clothing. "There was no Job and due to my passion i decided to go into the fashion business," says Mr Samuel "I've seen the way people dress and i'm not impressed To make sure Mr Samuel is really a good designer, Odunayo request for him to make her something really pretty and he made a lovely peplum top using ankara material mixed with a foreign material. Watch,enjoy and appreciate the talent and creativity of Nigerian entrepreneurs. **** CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE FOR NEW BATTABOX VIDEOS EVERYDAY: http://battabox.com/subscribe/ YOU can support BattaBox here: http://www.patreon.com/BattaBox ... Website: http://BattaBox.com ... YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/BattaBox ... Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BattaBox ... Twitter: http://twitter.com/BattaBoxNigeria ... Google+: http://www.google.com/+BattaBox ... Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/BattaBox ... Vine: http://vine.co/BattaBox **** BattaBox is the most exciting Nigerian News & Entertainment Video channel based in Lagos. We are the fact behind Nigerian Movies fiction, Nollywood in real-life with a dash of Yoruba Movie Magic - but none of our videos are made-up like Nollywood - they are all true stories! BattaBox is Nigeria Like You've Never Seen Before! -- #BattaBox #BattaBoxNG #Nigeria #NigerianComedy #NigerianMusic #NigeriaFashion #NigerianNews #HowTo #Shocking
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Fashion secrets of Mantra | Manorama News | Big B
 
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Shalini James shares the fashion secrets of mantra. The official YouTube channel for Manorama News. Manorama News, Kerala’s No. 1 news and infotainment channel, is a unit of MM TV Ltd., Malayala Manorama’s television venture. Manorama News was launched on August 17, 2006. The channel inherited the innate strengths of the Malayala Manorama daily newspaper and its editorial values: accuracy, credibility and fairness. It raised the bar in Malayalam television news coverage and stands for unbiased reporting, intelligent commentary and innovative programs. MM TV has offices across the country and overseas, including in major cities in Kerala, Metros and in Dubai, UAE. Subscribe us to watch the missed episodes. Subscribe to the #ManoramaNews YouTube Channel https://goo.gl/EQDKUB Get #ManoramaNews Latest news updates http://goo.gl/kCaUpp Visit our website: www.manoramanes.com http://goo.gl/wYfPKq Follow #ManoramaNews in Twitter https://goo.gl/tqDyok Watch the latest #ManoramaNews News Video updates and special programmes: https://goo.gl/63IdXc Watch the latest Episodes of #ManoramaNews #Nattupacha https://goo.gl/KQt2T8 Watch the latest Episodes of #ManoramaNews #ParayatheVayya https://goo.gl/C50rur Watch the latest Episodes of #ManoramaNews #NiyanthranaRekha https://goo.gl/ltE10X Watch the latest Episodes of #ManoramaNews #GulfThisWeek https://goo.gl/xzysbL Watch the latest Episodes of #ManoramaNews #ThiruvaEthirva https://goo.gl/2HYnQC Watch the latest Episodes of #ManoramaNews #NereChowe https://goo.gl/QWdAg2 Watch the latest Episodes of #ManoramaNews #Fasttrack https://goo.gl/SJJ6cf Watch the latest Episodes of #ManoramaNews #Selfie https://goo.gl/x0sojm Watch the latest Episodes of #ManoramaNews #Veedu https://goo.gl/enX1bV
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Nigerian Fashion Designer, Busayo Michelle Olupona, on Arise and Shine
 
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Nigerian Fashion Designer, Busayo Michelle Olupona showcases her work to co-host, Priya Sridhar on Arise and Shine, 12-14-14. Produced by Eka Obaigbena.
Russian fashion designers want government support
 
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(28 Oct 2011) music on catwalks not cleared for use. please replace with your own clearable music AP Television Moscow, Russia - October 21, 2011 1. Wide of model on catwalk in designer Slava Zaitsev's collection 2. Mid tilt up of model in black hat and green scarf on catwalk 3. Mid tilt up of model in floral print on catwalk tilt down to audience 4. Mid of models on the catwalk representing Slava Zaitsev's collection 5. Wide of Slava Zaitsev on catwalk with model in wedding dress 6. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Slava Zaitsev, Russian fashion designer: "You know in the West there are business owners but the government also plays a role, it finances the projects of young designers and provides comfortable conditions for them, giving them premises and shops after university and the opportunity to visit international fashion shows paying 50 per cent of costs. In our country the government doesn't take any part, unfortunately. I have been working in the industry for 50 years, and nobody has offered me the chance to take part in the development of a state programme." 7. Mid of model in green dress on catwalk representing collection of young designers community - Laboratory 13 8. Wide of model in black suit on catwalk representing collection of young designers community - Laboratory 13 9. Close of same model in black suit, tilt down 10. Mid tilt down of model in orange outfit 11. Mid of audience watching catwalk show 12. Mid of 28-year-old designer Lyudmila Golovan with model wearing her dress Moscow, Russia - October 23, 2011 13. Wide of Lyudmila Golovan entering room carrying dress 14. Close of gold dress being hung 15. Mid of Lyudmila Golovan sitting down and reading magazine 16. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Lyudmila Golovan, fashion designer: "Fashion is more art than business in Russia because business, I think, develops according to rules but here in Russia fashion designers work by their own rules now." Moscow, Russia - October 22, 2011 17. Wide of traffic on central Moscow street 18. Wide of people walking in street 19. Mid of women walking 20. Mid of woman arranging fashion magazines in newspaper kiosk 21. Close of fashion magazines 22. Wide of people walking by shop windows 23. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Darya Cheshinskaya, student, 18, vox pop: "I would like to buy clothes created by Russian designers, but I don't see them in shops, they just aren't there. Maybe because today they are not given a pass. Maybe there is no industry which could give them that, and they don't have the start up capital. I don't see them, I don't know Russian designers who produce for ordinary people." Moscow, Russia - October 23, 2011 24. Mid of man pushing clothes hanger revealing models backstage 25. Mid of model putting dress on with help of assistant 26. Mid of model turning around, smoothing down dress and hair 27. Close of dress details being fixed by designer on model 28. Mid of dress being fixed by designer on model 29. Mid of designer fluffing up model's hair 30. Mid tracking shot of models backstage waiting for catwalk show 31. Mid of Aleksander Shumsky, producer of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia, talking on mobile phone 32. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Aleksander Shumsky, producer, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia: "Fashion doesn't always does develop into industry. Unfortunately, many designers who started with us ten years ago still have the status of young designers. This is because of provinciality to some extent, partly because of absence of education and, I would say, because of absence of business guidelines. But, after all, the main problem is that not every designer is able to find a good manager." 33. Wide of models on catwalk for the Iya Yots' collection 34. Close of people watching LEAD IN: You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ca8e68ca40e38a70bdfd84d7a5f3977e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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SPAIN: FASHION DESIGNERS TURN TO THE SEVENTIES FOR INSPIRATION
 
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Spanish/Nat Spanish designers showing their latest collections at the Pasarela de Cibeles in Madrid have turned to the Seventies for inspiration. Next Autumn and Winter, fashionable women's clothes will highlight their bodies, with hot and strong colours. Tight dresses, transparencies and "evase" lines were some of Angel Schlesser's proposals for next Autumn/Winter season. In Pasarela Cibeles, the Spanish pret a porter fashion week, designers have turned back to a time - the Seventies - when they tried to bring the haute couture fashion to the streets. Roberto Verino designed skirts above the knee, short coats in lively colours and flares. One of the best known fashion designers in Spain, he is very aware of the difficulties designers have in his country. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) The truth is it is very hard, because the most famous designers, the ones well known internationally, have more advantages than we - more modest, do. But we also have on our side an important thing: we are very interested in becoming famous and we have a lot of will power to overcome difficulties so that our work can be valued abroad. SUPER CAPTION: Roberto Verino Joaquim Verdu, from Barcelona, showed a streetwise fashion, using wool as the main material. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f544209bdf73e80462e57ad5e310a4b7 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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ITALY: YOUNG DESIGNERS SHARE CATWALK WITH TOP FASHION HOUSES
 
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Italian/Eng/Nat Young designers in Italy have been sharing the catwalk with some of the country's big fashion houses. Students from the Koefia Fashion Academy displayed their creations along with veterans like Andre Laug and Giancarlo Ripa. For the young designers from the Koefia Fashion Academy this was the moment they had been waiting for - for many it was the first time their creations were exhibited on the catwalk. Even so, all was surprisingly calm backstage as the final preparations were made. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) "Each student studies line, and displays it using a simple fabric but, for technique, line and structure, our work is very important, so they are dresses before becoming dresses, virtual dresses." SUPER CAPTION: Giovanni di Pasquale, director of Koefia Academy) Designer Andre Laug caters for a rather less daring clientele. Despite the fact he has regular shows in Rome, very few Italian women wear his clothes. The price is the big hurdle. The designer says his appeal lies in his classic style. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I like it classic because you have many people in the mode now, very glamour, very young, I prefer lady." SUPER CAPTION: Andre Laug, Haute Couture designer The models also presented designer Giancarlo Ripa who specializes in fur coats. The designer expects some reaction from animal rights groups. SOUNDBITE: (English) "About ecologists, I'm...er....er....a little nervous." SUPER CAPTION: Giancarlo Ripa, designer The last designer to present his work was Fausto Sarli. The designer has said that his clothes, inspired by the Orient Express, are for aggressive and mysterious women. The audience loved his creations. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/00b7551f913c9acc01bb9a8ca9d6bbd6 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The Congo Dandies: living in poverty and spending a fortune to look like a million dollars
 
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“La Sape” is a unique movement based in Congo that unites fashion-conscious men who are ready to splurge money they don’t really have on designer clothes. Dressing in stark contrast with their surroundings, these elegant ambiance-makers become true local celebrities… but this fame comes at a price. The Republic of the Congo in Central Africa can’t boast of high standards of living. Yet, there are men here who are prepared to spend a fortune on designer suits. They call themselves “sapeurs” – members of the “La Sape” movement. “La Sape” comes from French and stands for “The Society of Ambiance-Makers and Elegant People”. For its adherents, it’s all about style and elegance, the right combination of colours and textures, brand-names and the highest quality materials. They derive true joy from showing off their attire on the streets of Brazzaville – the country’s capital and the centre of the “La Sape” movement. Walking down dusty streets lined with clay houses, they turn heads and feel like kings. And there’s no price they won’t pay for this. In fact, behind the image of success these dandies project, there are often stories of significant financial troubles caused by their extravagant hobby. To afford the price tag of their designer clothes, “sapeurs” have to save, borrow and even steal money, sometimes bringing ruin to their families. But even the grim consequences of their indulgent dressing habits often don’t stop “sapeurs” from spending money they don’t really have. They are in constant competition with each other and investing in their image is more important to them than improving their living conditions. Dressing smartly becomes a true addiction that is very hard to conquer. However, some “sapeurs” do strive to find a balance between looking chic and being reasonable with their spending. They insist that the “La Sape” movement isn’t about designer suits but rather developing impeccable taste. They make an emphasis on learning to dress well but within one’s means. This way, style and elegance will demand fewer sacrifices from their devotees and will be accessible to more sophisticated men. SUBSCRIBE TO RTD Channel to get documentaries firsthand! http://bit.ly/1MgFbVy FOLLOW US RTD WEBSITE: https://RTD.rt.com/ RTD ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/RT_DOC RTD ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/RTDocumentary RTD ON DAILYMOTION http://www.dailymotion.com/rt_doc RTD ON INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/rt_documentary/ RTD LIVE https://rtd.rt.com/on-air/
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LuxStyle Exhibition & Red Carpet most popular fashion designers sana & safinaz
 
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Cultura Latina - Latin Fashion Design
 
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Follow the music, admire the art, place yourself inside historic architecture, in Telesur's "Cultura Latina". In this week's program, host Mauricio Izquierdo, takes a look at Latino fashion, with its colors, textures, and materials. First we go to Peru, were indigenous women wear "polleras", colorful, handmade embroidered skirts with detailed designs that depict events and stories. Then its on to Mexico, where over the past decade the country's fashion designers have incorporated the work of local artisans and indigenous cultures in their creations, helping these women and their communities in the process. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/cultura-latina-334830/
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LOOK: Rajo Laurel's summer collection
 
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One of the country's most celebrated fashion designers, Rajo Laurel, has yet concocted a gorgeous clothing line specifically for the hottest season.
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Fashion designers in Cote d'Ivoire hope for industry revival
 
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One local industry pinning its hopes on a peaceful election in Cote d'Ivoire is the fashion trade. Abidjan has long been known for its design creativity. And one international high-flyer has made it his mission - to revive the local business.
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India Fashion Week & The National Asian Wedding Show-London 2015
 
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Fashion in India is a rapidly growing industry with international events such as the India Fashion Week and annual shows by fashion designers in the major cities of the country. We are bringing you London’s first ever India Fashion Week this October 2015, a celebration of Asian fashion by national and international renowned designers. A catwalk lined with the best creative talent of the industry alongside the best shopping experience in town, what better city to host this event than London. The figures complied by The British Fashion Council speak for themselves, the direct value of the UK fashion industry to the UK economy is £26 billion; up from £21 billion in 2009, showing an increase of 22% in nominal terms (source: Oxford Economics 2014, British Fashion Council). Fashion’s total contribution to the economy via both indirect support for supply chain industries and induced spending of employee’s wage income is estimated to have risen to over £46 billion. An increase of 23% since 2009 (source: Oxford Economics 2014, British Fashion Council). India Fashion Week London adds to the impressive stats by bringing together pioneers of the fashion industry from both the UK and India to showcase a spectacular celebration of South Asian fashion. The conception of India Fashion Week London has been driven by the need for a platform to showcase the existing creativity of world-class designers alongside supporting upcoming NEWGEN designers. Since the last decade the Indian fashion industry has moved from the embryonic stage to a globally respected powerhouse. Fashion designers have contributed immensely to the spread of fashion as a driving force, both among Indian consumers and select segments of Western markets. India can now boast of dozens of leading fashion designers, who can match any European fashion designer in their concepts, styles and designs. The National Asian Wedding Show n October 2014 over 16,500 people attended The National Asian Wedding Show at ExCeL London, Europe’s Largest Asian Wedding Show is now coming back to the capitals largest purpose built exhibition centre in October 2015. ExCeL London, the international exhibition and convention centre, is the host venue for a variety of events from award winning exhibitions and conferences to international association meetings, product launches, banquets, award ceremonies, sporting events and great days out. Situated in a stunning waterfront location, ExCeL London is located in the heart of London’s Royal Docks, within easy reach of central London. The venue is part of a 100 acre campus, including 3 onsite DLR stations, easy access to the Jubilee Line and London City Airport, parking for 3,700 cars, 6 onsite hotels and numerous on-site bars and restaurants. With facilities like this, ExCeL London was the perfect choice of venue to host Europe’s largest Asian Wedding Show.
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LIFE OF A STAR: OSCAR DE LA RENTA - DESIGNER
 
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http://www.oscardelarenta.com/ scar de la Renta Biography Fashion Designer, Philanthropist (1932–2014) 871 762 26 22 0 QUICK FACTS NAME Oscar de la Renta OCCUPATION Fashion Designer, Philanthropist BIRTH DATE July 22, 1932 DEATH DATE October 20, 2014 EDUCATION Academy of San Fernando, Madrid PLACE OF BIRTH Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic PLACE OF DEATH Kent, Connecticut FULL NAME Oscar de la Renta SYNOPSIS EARLY YEARS PERSONAL LIFE A FASHION LEGEND CITE THIS PAGE Oscar de la Renta was one of the world’s leading fashion designers. Famous for his women's evening wear and suits, his line is distinctly modern yet feminine. IN THESE GROUPS FAMOUS CANCERIANS FAMOUS PEOPLE BORN IN SANTO DOMINGO FAMOUS PEOPLE BORN IN DOMINICAN REPUBLIC FAMOUS PEOPLE BORN ON JULY 22 Show All Groups QUOTES “I’m a very restless person. I’m always doing something. The creative process never stops.” —Oscar de la Renta Synopsis Oscar de la Renta was born on July 22, 1932, in the Dominican Republic. At the age of 18, he left the Caribbean to study painting in Madrid. Enticed by fashion, he switched his focus and quickly became one of the most sought-after names in haute couture. His flattering and feminine pieces inspired women all around the world, and his attire adored several presidential first ladies. De la Renta died on October 20, 2014. Early Years Born on July 22, 1932, Oscar de la Renta was raised alongside six sisters in a middle-class household in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. At the age of 18, he left the Caribbean island to study painting at the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. While in Spain, he dreamed of becoming an abstract painter but instead became wooed by the world of fashion design. His obvious talent for illustration opened doors for him, and he quickly landed an apprenticeship with Spain's most renowned couturier, Cristobal Balenciaga. In 1961, while on vacation in Paris, he was hired for his first real fashion job at Lanvin-Castillo. Within two years, he had moved to New York and joined the American design house of Elizabeth Arden. Firm in his footing, he began his own signature ready-to-wear label in 1965. Personal Life De la Renta married Francoise de Langlade, an editor-in-chief of French Vogue, in 1967. Francoise introduced her husband to some of the most influential members of fashion society and invited many of the rich and famous to his shows. His line—identified by its delicate silk prints, use of ruffles, soft silhouettes and vibrant palette—soon became synonymous with casual luxury. Women of means couldn’t get enough of his distinctly modern yet romantic looks, and for those who couldn’t afford his gowns, he offered a scent. His first perfume debuted in 1977. Respected by his contemporaries, de la Renta served as president of the Council of Fashion Designers of America from 1973 to 1976, and from 1986 to 1988. De la Renta suffered a great tragedy when his wife Francoise died in 1983 of bone cancer. Shortly after her death, he adopted a son he found in an orphanage in his native country. De la Renta married for a second time in 1990, to philanthropist and socialite Annette Engelhard Reed. A Fashion Legend While de la Renta expanded his lines and took them in a new direction in the 1990s, his pieces remained feminine and flattering. By the late '90s and early 2000s, his work became the preferred wear of American first ladies. He dressed first lady Nancy Reagan in the 1980s, and then provided the gowns for inaugural events for both Hillary Clinton in 1997 and Laura Bush in 2005. Besides his passion for haute couture, de la Renta has been a tireless patron of the arts. At one time or another, he has served on the boards of The Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall and Channel Thirteen/WNET. He also supports several cultural institutions, including New Yorkers for Children, the Americas Society and the Spanish Institute. In 2002, de la Renta added his name to a whole new business venture: furniture. His 100 pieces for Century Furniture featured dining tables, upholstered chairs and couches. In 2004, despite the risk of lessening the value of his brand as a whole, he added a less expensive line of clothing called O Oscar. He said he wanted to attract new customers whom he could not reach before. De la Renta had been diagnosed with cancer during the first decade of the 2000s. He died of complications from the disease on October 20, 2014 at the age of 82 in Kent, Connecticut.
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What makes a truly great logo
 
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Here's how a simple mark ends up meaning something big as a great logo. Joe Posner, and Michael Bierut (designer of the Hillary Clinton logo) explain. For more from Michael Bierut on graphic design, check out his book "How to use graphic design to sell things, explain things, make things look better, make people laugh, cry, and (every once in a while) change the world": http://www.amazon.com/How-Michael-Bierut/dp/0062413902 Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO About once a month, there's a new logo to fight about on the internet. The biggest one in recent memory was the highly controversial Hillary Clinton logo, which did not escape scrutiny from Vox.com either. But as a designer/filmmaker, something about these repeated discussions struck me as missing the point on what makes logos tick. It often has little to do with the subjective musings. So I called up Michael Bierut, the designer of that Hillary Clinton logo and countless others. He sat down with me and helped explain the elements of a great logo in the video above. Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
Views: 2645210 Vox
Just the Job - Fashion Designer
 
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Find out about working as a fashion designer, then learn more about this job and hundreds more on the Careers New Zealand website http://www.careers.govt.nz. Brought to you by Just the Job. Click here to watch the first half of this Just the Job video on the fashion industry. https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=Ia30ZtvT7ts
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Afternoon Express | Skip My Fabulous Designers | 25 June 2015
 
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Skip have collaborated with designers from around the country to produce three limited edition “My Fabulous” collections representing their city. Today we meet the designers and discuss the exciting new project. Skip understands how much women love clothes; and their latest collaboration with designers from around the country is their most exciting project yet. Three hot young designers, three unique cities. Fashion Director Alexis Chaffe Mey introduces us to the work of Rich Mnisi, Jenevieve Lyons and Sibu Msimang. http://afternoonexpress.co.za/
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Donated clothing threatens Kenyan textile industry
 
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(24 Dec 2010) +++PLEASE NOTE: AUDIO AS IN COMING+++ AP Television 13th October, 2010, Nairobi, Kenya. 1. Wide shot of second hand clothes market. 2. Various establishing shots of Carol, a South African residing in Kenya. 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Carol, a South African residing in Kenya. "I think I get more value for my money, with shopping here, so I can buy more items here and I save." 4. Various shots of second hand clothes market. 5. Various establishing shots Sister Emily, Nairobi resident. 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sister Emily, Nairobi resident. "It's so cheap because whatever you want you can get it at a fair price so it helps us to save money, as a student you know you have to save money for yourself so that's why I have loved this and come here." 7. Various establishing of Jane Munyau a Kenyan designer and exhibition officer. 8. SOUNDBITE: (English), Jane Munyau a Kenyan designer and exhibition officer. "What we are appealing from our government is to tell them to ban those clothes from entering our country. We don't need them because they are making our economy very bad, 'cos like now I am losing business because of those clothes. So, what I can tell the government is if they are bringing them they should give them for free and they should put a mark for our people to understand and to have the note of knowing from outside when they bring them here, when importing they are going to take them to the poor people, to the people who have no clothes at a free price not selling them, giving them for free, as a donation." 9. Various of customers at Jane Munyau's exhibition. 10. Various of shots of Jane Munyau's design ware. 11. Various establishing of Peter a second hand clothes wholesaler. 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Peter, a second hand clothes wholesaler: "Kenyans do prefer these second hand clothes because their texture is sometimes better than the locally made (ones), because when you purchase these second hand clothes, they stay longer than the locally made (ones) as the locally made textures are poor or sometimes they are made in a way, simply made." AP Television Nairobi, Kenya, 14th October, 2010 13. Various shots Kiko Romeo designers working on their design wares. 14. Various establishing shots of Ann McCreath, founder and head designer at Kiko Romeo. 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ann McCreath, founder and head designer at Kiko Romeo: "For me I think within the African scene one of the biggest challenges as a fashion designer is that we are lacking high enough quality fabric to make great end products to export globally and so, we often find ourselves importing West African textiles which are of much higher quality in terms of cotton prints at a very high duty rate and that's makes our pricing uncompetitive and I would happily buy a suitable, local alternative but I can not find the quality I want." 16. Various shots of Ann McCreath, founder and head designer at Kiko Romeo. 17. Various shots Kiko Romeo designers working on their design wares LEAD IN: The second hand clothing business in Kenya is thriving - but at what cost? Some designers say the cast offs from richer nations are damaging local trade. STORYLINE: The second hand clothing business, which found its way into Africa in the late seventies and early eighties, is still booming in Kenya today. 'Mitumba' is the term used to refer to second-hand clothes. When translated into English it means onslaught. Many foreigners become bewildered when they see traders place hundreds of garments anywhere from on the ground to little windowless shops or cardboard makeshift tables in the hope of making quick money from selling cheaply acquired garb. Buyers blame the quality of local textiles and fabric. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c92e3c290a117cb9397be47301fd2213 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 1862 AP Archive
Vietnam's leading fashion designers show off their latest collections
 
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SHOTLIST AP Entertainment Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 24 January 2013 1. Wide of fashion show 2. Close of model 3. Wide of designer Ly Qui Khanh on runway, offering candyfloss to models 4. Various of model in Khanh's designs on runway. 5. SOUNDBITE (Vietnamese) Ly Qui Khanh, designer "I want to bring my fantasy world to the runway. The main materials for the collections are leather and odd materials such as paper and tulle netting. I soften the nature of the materials by using pastel colours. " 6. Wide of drum band on stage introducing collections by designer Giao Linh 7. Various of model in Giao Linh's designs on runway 8. Mid of audience 9. SOUNDBITE (Vietnamese) Giao Linh, designer "I have a strong influence from the London fashion scene. My designs are not big in term of volume but they are slick, clean and with a twist. I hope I will bring a breath of fresh air to the show." 10. Mid of model backstage 11. SOUNDBITE (Vietnamese) Huyen Trang, model "We have to be here 8 hours before the show for hair and make-up. Tired, but I'm very excited to walk the runway." 12. Mid of model in make up 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Rolanda Lokey "I think the show will be beautiful, lovely designers and the clothes. And I just expect world class quality coming from Dep. So I'm very excited." 14. Various of 2 models in 1 dress on runway 15. Mid of audience 16. Wide of stage STORYLINE VIETNAM'S LEADING FASHION DESIGNERS SHOWCASE AT DEP Vietnam's most popular fashion show kicked off on Thursday evening (24JAN13) with avant-garde fashion collections showcased in southern Ho Chi Minh city. The annual Dep ("Beauty") fashion show - which has the theme Beauty of Venus - features collections from the country's top designers. Designer Ly Qui Khanh opened the evening with 20 different looks which were made up from an array of unlikely fabrics. "The main materials for the collections are leather and odd materials such as paper and tulle netting. I soften the nature of the materials by using pastel colours," explained Khanh. Khanh, who used to be a contemporary installation artist, started his fashion career in Vietnam 5 years ago. His designs are strongly influenced by European classic art. It's the second time he has been selected to show at the Dep Fashion show. The event continued with a royal inspired collection from young designer Giao Linh. Linh, who returned to Vietnam two years ago after spending 6 years learning and practicing fashion in London, showcased a range which was predomenently red and black. "I have a strong influence from the London fashion scene," said Linh. " My designs are not big in terms of volume but they are slick, clean and with a twist. I hope I will bring a breath of fresh air to the show." The Dep fashion show is one of the biggest fashion events in Vietnam attracting a lot of the industry's movers and shakers. Backstage at the opening show was Huyen Trang, winner of the 2010 TV reality completion "Vietnam's Next Top Model." She is one of the few Vietnamese models that has enjoyed international success and was equally excited to be strutting her stuff on home turf. "We have to be here 8 hours before the show for hair and make-up. Tired, but I'm very excited to walk the runway," she said. While Trang was Dep fashion show veteran, it was American model Rolanda Lokey's first time. "I think the show will be beautiful, lovely designers and the clothes. And I just expect world class quality coming from Dep. So I'm very excited," Lokey said. The show continues on Friday evening with ready-to-wear designs. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/da4bd7f2ac33757fe8d95371a08bb44d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 10 AP Archive
Catch Every New Fashion Dress Of 2015 From Here
 
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Hey Girls Catch Every New Fashion Dress Of 2015 From Here.These are the need of every woman who does modern dressing.After that all the people will love your dressing sense.The designers are doing efforts to know about the choice of ladies.This collection is filled with latest designs and demands of modern women.Light and dark colors combination is looking wonderful.This collection is suitable and contains pure things.Every new fashion dress present here is gorgeous and stunning.After seeing them you will definitely say that beauty and style is here.There are so many clothing brands and industries in Pakistan.All the designers of our country are talented,sincere and successful.Their fancy dresses are not only famous in Pakistan but also in other countries.Because of their creative work and fame Pakistani export is increasing. A sens of design that changes from several years to several years, millennium to millennium. each era of design can modify by very little or significantly. mens fashion tips,spring 2014 fashion trends,2014 fashion trends,New Trends,Fashion,fashion shoes,ladies shoes,clothes,fashion clothing,clothing stores,mens clothing,women shoes,women apparel,Shirts For Women,cocktail dresses,dresses for women,ladies dresses,fashion trends,2014 fashion trends, fashion trends 2015,fashion week,london fashion week,paris fashion week,new york fashion week,street fashion,hipster fashion,fashion magazine,fashion styles,latest trends,life&style,party dresses for women,Party Dresses,Ladies Dress,2015 Trends,spring summer 2014 fashion trends,latest trends,Summer Fashion,mens summer fashion,summer fashion outfits,summer fashion tips,2015 Fashion,Spring Fashion,
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Redress Design Award 2015/16 Teaser「Redress 設計大賽」2015/16 預告片
 
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Redress Design Award (formerly the EcoChic Design Award) is the world's largest sustainable fashion design competition challenging emerging fashion designers to create mainstream clothing with minimal textile waste. The 2015/16 cycle celebrates the competition's fifth year anniversary and is open to emerging fashion designers living in any country in Asia and Europe. Apply online before 15 August 2015. . For more application details, please visit: https://www.redressdesignaward.com/ 「Redress 設計大賽」( 前稱為「衣酷適再生時尚設計」)是全球最大型的可持續時裝設計比賽,皆在挑戰新晉時裝設計師以最少浪費為大前題,創作主流時裝。2015/16 比賽週期是比賽踏入第五週年,開放予居住於任何亞洲和歐洲地區的新晉時裝設計師參與。請於 2015 年 8 月 15 日前於網上報名。 想了解更多申請詳情,請查閱: https://www.redressdesignaward.com/
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Japanese designers at Indian Fashion week comment on disaster
 
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(13 Mar 2011) SHOTLIST AP Entertainment Mumbai, India, 12 March 2011 1. Pan down shot from the Banner to the delegation on dais 2. Wide shot Japanese and Indian fashion industry representatives 3.SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Masahiko Miyake, chairman of Japan Fashion Week Organization: ++(translation as provided)++ "Unfortunately this earthquake will have a strong impact on the Japanese fashion industry, because we had imported the manufacturing bases and these manufacturing bases were very important to the industry." 4. Cutaway of Japanese designer 5. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Masahiko Miyake, chairman of Japan Fashion Week Organization ++(translation as provided)++ "Sendai was a city which was a very important port also, very cosmopolitan and had many fashion shops. We don't know the damage yet, we need to go back and see the damage to the fashion industry there." 6. Cutaway of the Japanese group 7. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Motonari Ono, Japanese Fashion designer: ++(translation as provided)++ "Keeping very much in mind what is happening in Japan, but at the same time also keeping in mind that so much effort has gone into this (fashion event ), so many people have worked for this project so it was also our duty to complete this project while keeping our emotions under control, and do the best to represent the country." 8. Wide shot people arriving for Lakme fashion week 9. Various shots of collection of Indian fashion designer Little Shilpa STORYLINE JAPANESE DESIGNERS IN INDIA EXPRESS SHOCK AT DISASTER The Japanese delegation participating in the ongoing Lakme fashion week in Mumbai expressed shock and grief Saturday at the massive tsunami spawned by the largest earthquake in Japan's recorded history that slammed the eastern coast on Friday. This is the first time that Japanese designers are showcasing their collections at an Indian fashion event. Three of them - Tamae Hirokawa, Motonari Ono and Sara Arai - presented their collections on Friday as part of 'Tokyoeye,' a cross cultural initiative by Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. "Unfortunately this earthquake will have a strong impact on the Japanese fashion industry, because we had imported the manufacturing bases and these manufacturing bases were very important to the industry," said Masahiko Miyake, the chairman of the Japan Fashion Week Organization. The delegation plans to return to Japan on Sunday. "Keeping very much in mind what is happening in Japan, but at the same time also keeping in mind that so much effort has gone into this (fashion event), so many people have worked for this project so it was also our duty to complete this project while keeping our emotions under control, and do the best to represent the country," said designer Motonari Ono. Lakme fashion week will be unveiling new collections of celebrated as well as emerging Indian designers over the next three days. Among the designers participating in the event are Anamika Khanna, Anita Dongre, Little Shilpa, Rocky S, Satya Paul and Shantanu Nikhil. Designer Little Shilpa unveiled her new creations on Saturday, presenting a collection depicting all the colors of happiness, sadness and death. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/55839961a10fe83ff5b5f1e79fe51ad1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 7 AP Archive
BBC News   Pakistan's booming fashion industry hits London
 
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Despite Pakistan's social and economic problems, its fashion industry is said to be booming. One report estimates that it is a market now worth billions of dollars. The country is looking to build on that success by exporting more of its designs to countries like Britain. The BBC's Shabnam Mahmood has been to the Pakistan Fashion Week event in London.
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Designers on Pakistan's political situation at Karachi Fashion Week
 
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(5 Nov 2009) SHOTLIST music on catwalks not cleared for use. replace with your own clearable music AP Television Karachi, Pakistan, 4 November 2009 1. Wide of people in waiting area 2. Mid of fashion designer Deepak Parwani shaking hands with model Faria Altaf 3. Various of models getting ready backstage 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Ayesha Tammy, Karachi Fashion Week organiser: "Our designers did not want to cancel this event. They did not want to postpone it. They did not want to cancel it. They wanted it to go ahead and in fact they have all pledged money for the bomb victims in Peshawar, and our slogan is 'Fashion Cares'." 5. Various of model Nadia Hussain backstage getting ready for the show 6. Mid shot model backstage 7. Various of model Nadia Hussain backstage 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Nadia Hussain, Pakistani fashion model: "Well up until now fashion has been in this country for approximately thirty years. There have been models that were not really... I mean the fashion was never this big, but it has always been present in Pakistan and now fashion is becoming bigger. With events like this, it is definitely becoming bigger and I think that the future of any industry in Pakistan, not only fashion, not only us models, but the fashion industry - as in music or arts and crafts or any industry - is going to survive in Pakistan only if the security and the situation in Pakistan is going to remain stable." 9. Various of catwalk collection by designer Samar Mehdi 10. Mid of audience clapping 11. Mid of women in audience, wearing veils and with heads covered 12. Mid of audience clapping 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Samar Mehdi, Pakistani fashion designer: "I see a bright future because I think in the event of all odds and the political situation right now, if we can put up a fashion show of this magnitude then I think they are a very resilient bunch who can do it." 14. Mid of people hugging and greeting each other 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Samar Mehdi, Pakistani fashion designer: "I've done women's wear. I showed two collections. One was called 'Midsummer Nights Dreams' and the other one was called 'Scarlet' and they were all very glamorous silhouettes and (inaudible) collections." 16. Various of catwalk collection by designer Fahad Hussain 17. Mid of model Ayan Ali hugging designer Fahad Hussain 18. SOUNDBITE (English) Fahad Hussain, Pakistani fashion designer: "I spent six months making this collection, and there was a moment when I thought that maybe I shouldn't go because there is so much death around, there is so much happening. It's just sad what is happening to my country. But if we are here together trying to promote the positive image to the world that we are doing something different, we are not like those people, we don't hurt anybody, then you know, I had to come to support the cause of this event, that we will do and we will get on with our lives no matter what." 19. Wide interior of venue STORYLINE FASHION DEFIES THREATS IN KARACHI Pakistani fashionistas gathered in the country's largest city this week for Karachi Fashion Week, which opened on Wednesday (04 NOV 2009). Designers, models, photographers and fashion-conscious members of the public have defied militant threats to celebrate couture culture, in a riot of glamour which wouldn't look out of place during fashion weeks in London, Milan, Paris or New York. Staging Karachi Fashion Week has not been without its problems. It's already been postponed by almost a month due to the potential for militant attacks on an event which dares to bare. Hopes of attracting top international designers and models to Karachi were scuppered after a wave of high profile terror attacks across the country. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a1a2998974879d58ad040902c68cdd30 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Celebrity  Fashion Designer Archana Kochhar set to receive the  Fashion Designer of the Decade
 
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Decade at 6th Annual India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards 2015 Archana Kochhar voted by the Network 7 Media Group Jury for revolutionary “Make in india” design. Network 7 Media Group, the flagship media outfit of Indian Affairs, asia’s most analytical news media is hosting the high profile leadership event in its sixth consecutive years, 6th Annual India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards 2015 in Mumbai, India on 21st Augst 2015 under the aptly theme “India @ 58 : learning lessons from the past and restrategizing for the future” where the who’s & who’s of nations thought leaders will be attending the event. Widely perceived as a top destination for exchange of ideas & a central debating point, the conclave will be addressed by top political leaders, social activists, rebel leaders, musicians, artists & leading business tycoons. Co-inciding with the Seminar, The Annual Event will be hosting its Business Leadership Awards also known as ILC POWER BRANDS to the top achievers of the country in various categories. Archana Kochhar, World renowned Fashion Designer known for making innovative outfits to some of the biggest names of the country will be receiving the top recognition at the Conclave. The previous recipients of the Awards include the iconic Manish Malhotra in 2013, stylish Babita Malkani in 2014 & the very beautiful & talented Komal Sood for India’s Most Promising Fashion Designer title. Announcing the name of Archana Kochhar, Satya Brahma, Chairman & Editor-In-Chief of Network 7 Media Group said “ Archana is one of the shining star of indian fashion designing & has carved a niche for herself by bringing top costumes making sure that end result justifies her creative efforts. Archana has indeed made notable contribution to the Indian fashion design & continued innovation to bring excellence in the industry, We the jury members at the India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards 2015 are absolutely convinced of Archana’s remarkable accomplishments as a trendsetter with a global outlook specially the areas for her quest for the Designer emanating from the strong adherence to quality innovations that stimulate the creation of innovative garments that reflect the cultures of india & world, expose promising and accomplished Designer like her” . Satya added India Leadership Conclave platforms over the last six years of successful uninterrupted editions has felicitated many top iconic Bollywood stars such as Late Yash Chopra, Rani Mukerjee, Priyanka Chopra, Anushka Sharma, Fashion Designers Manish Malhotra, Babita Malkani & Shraddha Kapoor.
Central European designers strut their stuff at Budapest fashion event
 
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LEADIN: Hungarian fashion designers say the interest in fashion, and locally made designer outfits is growing. Designers from across central Europe are presenting their creations at the Central European Fashion Days event in Budapest. STORYLINE: Fashion designer Sara Balint is working on her next creation made from intricately stitched white lace. Balint is preparing for her next collection to go on show at Budapest's Central European Fashion Days. And it's a city now in vogue according to Balint,and she claims there's now a buzz around Hungarian fashion. She sells her collections at several locations in Vienna and Budapest. "Gradually, there is a market being created in Hungary by people who are specifically searching for Hungarian designers and this is growing every year," she says. "I hope that in time even the smaller Hungarian brands will become well-known and people will pointedly look for them." Now, Balint is preparing to showcase her work alongside fashion designers from Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, an exciting prospect she says. "Personally, I'm very glad that designers are coming from abroad, from the other countries around us," she says. "I think it will be good for everybody to meet up. This is only the first or second time this is happening so it does not really have a long tradition and I can't say what relationships are developing, but I think this will get stronger every year and it will turn into something meaningful." And as the models hit the runway, the Hungarian fashion designer was pleased with how her work was received. "I'm satisfied with the show," she says. "I think it was very pretty, both the setting of the runway and the models. Everyone did a very professional job so I'm very pleased." Fashion Days is being held on an ice skating rink in Budapest's City Park. Each country being represented has separate showcases for its designers. But undoubtedly the highlight of the entire three-day event is this competition for fashion designers. It's drawn almost 200 entries and now the final selected nineteen collections are being paraded on the catwalk. Designers in the competition were asked to use elements from the cultures of other countries in the region for their creations. Though not everyone stuck to that premise, some designers drew inspiration from Polish-born scientist Marie Curie, the first woman to win a Nobel Prize. Other inspiration included Czech beers, Prague's colourful doors and even Czechoslovakia's Velvet Revolution of 1989 which toppled the country's communist regime. While the event has taken place since 2011 and designers from other countries in the region were given room on the runway last year, this year is the first time non-Hungarian designers have been invited to present their collections in the competition. And they're immediately making their mark, Polish designer Domi Grzybek wins the Visegrad Prize for garment design. It includes a business development grant of 10,000 euros ($12,539 USD). Grzybek says her clothes - which feature hundreds of thin, bright ribbons - were influenced by her own youth in the northern Polish city of Bialystok. "The main thing about my inspiration was first childhood memories about my city," she says. "So, I put the feelings of the memories, of the very strange, unique kind of child's point of view into the clothes." And now they've been seen on the catwalk, fashion fans can even get their hands on Grzybek's designs at some locations across Europe. "I'm selling my clothes right now in Berlin, also in Warsaw and in pop-up stores and in many Internet stores with contemporary fashion design." Central European Fashion Days Budapest runs from 3-5 October 2014. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/daece5f5306bdd601b4337f719db57b5 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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