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Fashion Portfolio

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Fashion Portfolio

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Fashion Portfolio

  1. 1. PORTFOLIO Nahdin Sabla Fashion Designer
  2. 2. Portfolio Overview • Project 1 Hybrid House Wife Collection • Project 2 Inkagami, a dress made entirely of paper using origami technique • Project 3 Making of the Mint dress • Project 4 Embroidery technique from Ayacucho, Peru • Project 5 Embroidering buttons and fabric using a frame, beads and sequins. • Project 6 First dress made • Project 7 Sewing improvement • Project 8 Headdress inspired in Valentino Haute Couture SS13 • Project 9 Making of the Beige Coat • Project 10 Strapless Draped Dress Pattern with a mermaid silhouette • Project 11 Making of the Blue Cape • Project 12 Pattern Templates • Project 13 Sewing Workshop in the Peruvian Jungle • Project 14 Pollera Modification
  3. 3. Project 1:Hybrid House Wife Collection For today's elegant and modern woman, inspired by the aesthetics of the fifties with eclectic and rocker nuances; these characteristics prevail with small touches of romance. Intended to convey sweetness and smoothness with different ranges of white deriving to opal, highlighting the female form in all its glory. Deeply inspired in the TV series Mad Men, giving me insight about women from the fifties and the way that different personalities were manifested, and what kinds of clothing they wore accordingly. I fell in love with skirt length and the elegance.
  4. 4. Joan Dress from Hybrid House Wife Collection
  5. 5. Betty Dress from Hybrid House Wife collection
  6. 6. Project 2: InkaGami Inkagami, a dress made entirely of paper using origami technique Inspired by the Inca sun god Inti, this dress represents the colorfulness of their culture. Materials: o color paper special for practicing origami. o Duplex card board o Wire o Cardboard, wide array of colors o Glue Inspired in the flag of Cusco that consists of seven horizontal bands imitating the seven colors of the rainbow. I used the symbolism of the sun god “Inti” to make a crown, and was inspired by the “Uncu”, garment previous to the poncho, to make a shoulder decoration. Imitating the traditional use of petticoats I took different colors of cardboard to design the skirt with several layers just as they are worn In the highlands of Peru.
  7. 7. Project 3: Making of the Mint Dress
  8. 8. Project 4: Embroidery Technique from Ayacucho, Peru
  9. 9. Project 5: Embroidering buttons and fabric using a frame, beads and sequins.
  10. 10. Project 6: First Dress Made • Motivated by Valentino’s Blue Sapphire Collection from fall 2013; inspired in calm and serene portraits of women by the Flemish Old Masters. Took the classic innocent style and a fabric with a similar print to develop my dress.
  11. 11. Before After Project 7: Sewing improvements
  12. 12. Project 8: Headdress inspired in Valentino Haute Couture SS13 Valentino Collection Spring - Summer 2013 Haute Couture The designers were inspired by the Rome of their Memories & Memoirs, creating more intimate sentiment garments. The results were almost aristocratic. Slip dresses are still the basis of the collection, as well as the simple monochromatic details and white sequined brocade. Valentino duo gives every woman a princess feeling, with a subtle and important twist to everyday beauty.
  13. 13. Project 9: Making of the Beige Coat
  14. 14. Project 10: Strapless Draped Dress Pattern with a mermaid silhouette
  15. 15. Project 11: Making of the Blue Cape
  16. 16. Project 12: Pattern Templates
  17. 17. Project 13: Sewing Workshop in the Peruvian Jungle As part of a social program from Hunt Oil Peru, I am in charge of supervising the sewing workshop at the Native Communities of Shintuya, Diamante and Queros, located in the Peruvian jungle. I have been working on this project since the beginning, from signing the agreement with each community to coordinating the purchase of the sewing machines, fabrics and tools needed. I have personally travelled to every community to ensure the success of the workshop; this experience has given me the opportunity to work one on one with the women of the communities, enriching my understanding of their cultural values and their learning processes. These pictures are of exclusive property of Hunt Oil Exploration And Production Company of Peru LLC. Any Unauthorized reproductions will be sanctioned by law.
  18. 18. Sewing Workshop at Native Community Shintuya These pictures are of exclusive property of Hunt Oil Exploration And Production Company of Peru LLC. Any Unauthorized reproductions will be sanctioned by law.
  19. 19. These pictures are of exclusive property of Hunt Oil Exploration And Production Company of Peru LLC. Any Unauthorized reproductions will be sanctioned by law.
  20. 20. These pictures are of exclusive property of Hunt Oil Exploration And Production Company of Peru LLC. Any Unauthorized reproductions will be sanctioned by law.
  21. 21. Sewing Workshop at Native Community Diamante These pictures are of exclusive property of Hunt Oil Exploration And Production Company of Peru LLC. Any Unauthorized reproductions will be sanctioned by law.
  22. 22. These pictures are of exclusive property of Hunt Oil Exploration And Production Company of Peru LLC. Any Unauthorized reproductions will be sanctioned by law.
  23. 23. These pictures are of exclusive property of Hunt Oil Exploration And Production Company of Peru LLC. Any Unauthorized reproductions will be sanctioned by law.
  24. 24. Project 14: Pollera Modification I bought this pollera, a traditional skirt used mainly in the highlands of Latin America, at the floating island of Uros in Puno, Peru. As the fitting is not perfect and makes me look bulky it occurred to me to modify it for a better fit; so I could be able to use it in Lima at the office.
  25. 25. At the most delicious bakery oven in Paucartambo, Cusco, Peru.

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