Hi, I'm Gitte Christensen and this is my first Blogtacular. My blog is Objects & Use. I'm based in Copenhagen and work as an interior stylist, designer and blogger. My background is in fashion design. I´m very interested in trends. And a huge botanica lover - I believe plants adds life and personality to a home. Slowliving and sustainability is important values to me. Instagram: @gittechristensen
I've worked in fashion and interiors, as a graphic designer, stylist and art director...while the jobs and job titles have shifted and morphed over the years, my love of color and pattern has always been the common thread. #patternsbyjustina
Dress is from #forever21 kimono #spellbyron necklace #ebay score $8 and you can check out my Instagram @cr8tivemamarazzi I have been employed for almost six months as a professional stylist and curator before that worked for two months as a style editor for a local magazine on the fashion section. Prior to that I have a long background in photography which was a hobby and professionally home decor, homes staging, remodeling. Interior design and event party planning and decor. Also cakes
Art Deco style..Elisabeth Hawes (1903-1971), the American clothing (nót fashion) designer, who was very outspoken and critical of the fashion industry. In addition to her work as clothing designer, sketcher, copyist and stylist, she was also a journalist, author, union organizer, fighter for gender equality and political activist.
Patricia Field, costume and fashion designer; b. 2-12-1941, NYC. Her father was Greek; her mother, Armenian. Field claims credit for inventing the modern legging for women's fashion in the 1970s. Worked with Sarah Jessica Parker as a designer for "Carrie Bradshaw." She served as costume designer for "The Devil Wears Prada" and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Costume Design. She also worked with design on "Ugly Betty."
The BA (Hons) Fashion Design course at the University of Westminster, London is famous for producing both highly individual and creative designers capable of working within all levels of the fashion industry. The course offers a comprehensive design education at degree level for dedicated and ambitious individuals looking for a specialist career within the creative arena of the fashion design industry. Our graduates work as fashion designers, stylists, freelancers and creatives in London…
As a fashion designer, you need a place to store and showcase your designs. Like in picture above, I would store my designs on hangers/racks and display my shoes and accessories on a table that looks professional.
Yōji Yamamoto is a Japanese fashion designer based in Tokyo and Paris. He is among the master tailors whose work is thought to be of genius and has been described as probably the only designer you could ...