Hullo again, y’all. My apologies for the delayed postings.
I’ve been taking classes at Moore College of Art and ventured into the “unknown” territory of fashion design. I remember when I was offered this Fashion Studies Foundation class, I was hesitant to take it because I didn’t see the correlation between fashion and pattern making. However, this has been one of the best (the very best, emphasis on the very best) college class I’ve taken. I guess, being the visual person that I am, all the coloring, drawing, painting and marker usage offered in the class got me all excited.
Last Wednesday was the last day of our 10-week class. The five students, including myself, made presentations of our work, which included our Mood Boards, the fashion drawings and the flats of the designs we drew.
I am proud of myself for venturing into the “unknown” territory of fashion design. I didn’t realize all the work that goes into designing a collection. Hoping you’re all doing something exciting and different. Enjoy your weekend, wherever you are.
Last year, this Pacific Woman in Philly attended the 2015 Philadelphia Flower Show. The Show is an annual event held in our city in March. It is the oldest and largest indoor flower show in the world and attracts more than 250,000 people annually. The show features large scale gardens, which range from elaborate landscaped displays to individual and club entries. Each year there is an official theme which serves as the inspiration for the exhibits. The theme this year was, CELEBRATE THE MOVIES. Just wanted to share some of the pictures I took from the show…it was snowing outside, so it was truly nice to be inside the Convention Center. Looking forward to Spring. Bula to y’all and enjoy.