Fashion DesignerArti kata dari vogue itu sendiri memliki banyak sisi. Menurut Troxell dan Stone dalam bukunya Fashion Merchandising, fashion didefinisikan sebagai gaya yang diterima dan di gunakan oleh mayoritas anggota kelompok dalam satu waktu tertentu. Dari definisi tersebut daapat terlihat bahwa trend erat kaitannya dengan gaya yang di gemari, kepribadian seseorang, dan rentang waktu. Maka bisa dimengerti mengapa sebuah gaya yang di gemari bulan ini bissa dikatakan ketinggalan jaman beberapa bulan kemudian.

dan dengan cara vogue present lah hasil rancangan para designers indonesia dapat dikenal seperti di acara jfw (jakartafashion week), atau di saat para designers meluncurkan karya rancangan mereka. setiap designers mempunyai tema, arti dan tujuan dalam setiap rancangannya agar para fashionista dapat meminati karya dari designer tersebut. designers indonesia tidak hanya menggelar vogue present di dalam negeri tetapi juga di luar negeri. seperti yang di lakukan oleh designer Anne avantie, Angsana, dan bahkan ada designer muda indonesia bernama Nina …

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Fashion DesignerA 2009 graduate of Mumbai’s SNDT Women’s University, where she studied Apparel Manufacture and Design, Masaba Gupta launched her self-titled label Masaba that very same 12 months, debuting as part of Lakme Fashion Week’s Gen Next show for up-an-coming designers. Her signature model – a combination of traditional Indian aesthetics and modern flair typified by lightweight materials brightened by vibrant, quirky prints – was an instantaneous hit and her designs have been worn by Bollywood stars Bipasha Basu and Shilpa Shetty. Since her debut, Gupta has gained awards together with the 2012 L’Oreal Paris Femina Award for Best Emerging Designer and PETA India’s Most Talented Designer of 2013.

A vogue designer takes half in just about each aspect of bringing vogue to the public. Creating the essential design will be finished in several methods. It can contain storyboards with sketches, to working with a dummy and stitching pieces of material …

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Wearing one of her own designs, Chloe Ayissi-Etoh is surrounded by clothing she created in her at-home studio. Photo by Michael Ventura

A year ago, Chloe Ayissi-Etoh didn’t know how to sew. But this spring, in a school auditorium packed with more than 900 people, the teen soaked in thunderous applause as a bona fide fashion designer.

In a red dress she’d finished perfecting just minutes earlier, Chloe followed models who’d walked the stage at Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda in nine looks from her first collection, under her brand chlolanà—a blend of her first name and middle name, Alana.

For Chloe, an eighth grader at the time, the fashion show was a major accomplishment. What made it even more impressive was that she’d had just four weeks to design, sew and fit the dresses, pants, shirts and corsets she’d sketched for various body types. The show was

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One native Laredoan has taken a huge step in their fashion career as their work is being featured in a Famous Footwear fashion campaign thanks to a partnership with their university and British footwear and clothing brand Dr. Martens.

Jude Hinojosa is a fashion designer and artist hailing from the Laredo area. Recently Hinojosa had the opportunity to feature their designs in Dr. Martens’ All Access Summer campaign. This allowed them to take their designs and career to a new level while they finish their masters’ degree program at Central Saint Martins in London.

Hinojosa was one of the five students chosen for the opportunity.

As a Gateway City native, Hinojosa has explored their culture and taste for music in efforts to craft several fashionwear items that have landed them an opportunity for their clothing to go international. The designs featured in the campaign are based on their memories from

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Lashanda White-Owens

Twenty dollars worth of newspapers and a vision were the only things local fashion designer Lashanda White-Owens needed to create a statement piece worthy of rivaling the most eccentric fashion icons.

Lady Gaga may have ridden into the 2013 American Music Awards on a fake white horse in a Versace dress, but even the fashion legend herself has never worn a dress made entirely of newspapers and tape.

White-Owens, a Noxubee County native, moved to Columbus in 2009. She briefly worked for a construction company before devoting herself to her husband, children and a passion for sewing.

“I have been sewing for six years now,” White-Owens said. “Two years ago, I got more serious about it and started making handmade fashion.”

As a young fashion designer with a knack for entrepreneurship, White-Owens opened her own business, Luxe Code by Shun White, in 2019.

With a new space to

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