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Whether you want to apply for a fashion job or study at fashion university, a good portfolio is the first step towards your fashion career.
In this course, you will gain an introduction to fashion forecasting and an insight into what to include and exclude from your design portfolio. You will carefully document your work through research, inspiration, drawing, photography and collage to create an extensive research archive.
You will then create mood boards, experimental designs through to finished sketches to create your own unique portfolio. You will also see some examples of a professional portfolio used to apply for fashion industry experience along with examples of portfolio work used to apply for colleges.
Anurita Chandola is a Senior fashion and textiles artist based in Bristol who has worked internationally with renowned brands. Her expertise lies in sustainable fashion, product and material innovation, and in designing solutions based on reducing waste in the fashion industry. She is a graduate from the Royal College of Art, where she focused on developing proficiency in the independent learning methods and practices of contemporary art and design.
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