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Breaking the Glass - Adorn/Contain/Protect/Wrap/Decorate the body
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This is a guide for students undertaking the Orientation project in Fashion.  It provides information on resources available in the Library and on the Internet.  The Guide also contains help on how to find what you need from the resources.  Other LibGuide provide information on Fashion (general), 20th Century Fashion, Menswear and the youth subcultures of the 20th century

 

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Staff are happy to point you in the right direction to find the resources you need.  If you find something on the catalogue that you would like and it is on loan, follow the link to the catalogue record and click on PLACE HOLD and we'll keep it for you when it is returned.

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Basics Fashion Design - Construction - Anette Fischer
Call Number: 746.92 FIS
ISBN: 9782940373758
Basics Fashion Design: Construction leads the reader through the essential stages of creating a garment, from pattern cutting and draping a mannequin, to finishing and haberdashery.

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Fabric: Textures & Patterns - Elisabetta Drudi
Call Number: 677.02864 DRU
ISBN: 9789057681127
This book and CD-ROM set draws together reproductions of some 250 textile weaves, reproduced (and, where needed, enhanced) in such a way as to make them suitable for sketching, either by hand or digitally.

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Fashion: Concept to Catwalk - by Olivier Gerval
Call Number: 746.92 GER
ISBN: 9781408100776
This book covers the creation of fashion from the original design, through choices of materials and colours, the manufacturing process, catwalks, publicity and the needed marketing strategy.


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