Category Archives: Digital Fashion

Drawings / Response to Workshop 2 / Zoe

After the design workshop I created 2D drawings of the shirt to show the process which we followed, to further understand the changes that were undertaken during the session. I treated the shirt like a net, drawing where the inserts

Drawings / Response to Workshop 2 / Zoe

After the design workshop I created 2D drawings of the shirt to show the process which we followed, to further understand the changes that were undertaken during the session. I treated the shirt like a net, drawing where the inserts

Digital Fashion / Workshop 2 / Zoe

This workshop was run with both architecture and fashion students. It was an opportunity to experience how fashion students work with their materials as well as an insight into their design process. The session consisted of one architecture student working with three

Digital Fashion / Workshop 2 / Zoe

This workshop was run with both architecture and fashion students. It was an opportunity to experience how fashion students work with their materials as well as an insight into their design process. The session consisted of one architecture student working with three

Digital Fashion/Workshop 2/Chloe

During this workshop we worked with fashion and textiles students to distort a garment by making cuts in them and inserting new pieces of fabric. We started with a shirt and inserted contrasting coloured fabric. The results were unpredictable; it

Digital Fashion/Workshop 2/Chloe

During this workshop we worked with fashion and textiles students to distort a garment by making cuts in them and inserting new pieces of fabric. We started with a shirt and inserted contrasting coloured fabric. The results were unpredictable; it

Digital Fashion/Workshop 1/Chloe

The first drawing workshop alongside the fashion students gave us the opportunity for focus our drawing skills on quickly recording the form of a figure. There were several exercises including drawing the outline of a silhouette and using contrasting colours

Digital Fashion/Workshop 1/Chloe

The first drawing workshop alongside the fashion students gave us the opportunity for focus our drawing skills on quickly recording the form of a figure. There were several exercises including drawing the outline of a silhouette and using contrasting colours

Digital Fashion/Task 1/Chloe

Having already begun exploring digital fashion with experimentations in 3D printed jewellery, when joining the Digital Fashion module I looked forward to returning to some previous ideas I’d had about digital production. My previous experiments had remained underdeveloped, and whilst

Digital Fashion/Task 1/Chloe

Having already begun exploring digital fashion with experimentations in 3D printed jewellery, when joining the Digital Fashion module I looked forward to returning to some previous ideas I’d had about digital production. My previous experiments had remained underdeveloped, and whilst

Digital Fashion / Workshop 2 / Marc

3D Response Workshop This workshop was to encourage us to engage with fabric in a similar carefree abstract way of the 2D workshop. Due to its nature, this process of cutting and inserting isn’t familiar in many facets of architecture

Digital Fashion / Workshop 2 / Marc

3D Response Workshop This workshop was to encourage us to engage with fabric in a similar carefree abstract way of the 2D workshop. Due to its nature, this process of cutting and inserting isn’t familiar in many facets of architecture

Digital Fashion / Workshop 1 / Marc

Abstract Drawing Workshop Ran by Nathan this workshop was designed to essentially `free` us up from any ridged drawing practices we already adopt.  From an architectural standpoint this seemed slightly alien but actually turned out to be an enjoyable experience which

Digital Fashion / Workshop 1 / Marc

Abstract Drawing Workshop Ran by Nathan this workshop was designed to essentially `free` us up from any ridged drawing practices we already adopt.  From an architectural standpoint this seemed slightly alien but actually turned out to be an enjoyable experience which

Digital Fashion / Experimentation / Marc

I began to look at the possibilities of something I can create in 3D and I wanted to produce something that is personal to me. Two very personal items to me that I treasure are my wedding ring, which has my

Digital Fashion / Experimentation / Marc

I began to look at the possibilities of something I can create in 3D and I wanted to produce something that is personal to me. Two very personal items to me that I treasure are my wedding ring, which has my

Digital_Fashion / intial reading / Marc

I elected to join this Co Lab group because of the `digital` element. Through this process I hope to learn more about transferring objects and ideas from the screen to a physical 3d form especially as I work with 3d

Digital_Fashion / intial reading / Marc

I elected to join this Co Lab group because of the `digital` element. Through this process I hope to learn more about transferring objects and ideas from the screen to a physical 3d form especially as I work with 3d

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3D Workshop  The fashion student’s playground: This session was inspired by Japenese fashion designers such as Yohji Yamamoto. Photo below: Yohji Yamamoto, fall/winter 2001-02 ready-to-wear collection.© AP/Wide World Photos. The aim was to take a garment and to de-construct it,

Digital_Fashion_MarinaStrotz_3

3D Workshop  The fashion student’s playground: This session was inspired by Japenese fashion designers such as Yohji Yamamoto. Photo below: Yohji Yamamoto, fall/winter 2001-02 ready-to-wear collection.© AP/Wide World Photos. The aim was to take a garment and to de-construct it,

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1st Session Our task was to draw, draw and draw! The aim was to draw our peers in order to understand a few ways that the textile industry portray their ideas. As an architectural assistant and student, hours are spent drawing

Digital_Fashion_MarinaStrotz_2

1st Session Our task was to draw, draw and draw! The aim was to draw our peers in order to understand a few ways that the textile industry portray their ideas. As an architectural assistant and student, hours are spent drawing

Digital_Fashion_MarinaStrotz_1

Beginning the module, it became apparent that most of the applicants, Architecture students as textile students, chose the module to improve their understanding of 3D modelling programmes and understanding its potential in the industry. A quick dezeen search, already offers many hits of

Digital_Fashion_MarinaStrotz_1

Beginning the module, it became apparent that most of the applicants, Architecture students as textile students, chose the module to improve their understanding of 3D modelling programmes and understanding its potential in the industry. A quick dezeen search, already offers many hits of