Monthly Archives: December 2010

What I’ve Learned So Far On Fashion Design Illustration

A year ago, I didn’t know squat about fashion or design. I keep repeating this, but it’s true–a year ago when I declared to my husband, to my parents, to friends that I wanted to design handbags and launch my … Continue reading

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Progress Report: More Samples Production & Good Press

I have a new favorite bag. The Workaholic in this ruby or scarlet or coral red color (not sure which adjective I will¬†use later for product descriptions). It’s this beautiful rich¬†color between red and pink, not so aggressive as red … Continue reading

Posted in Business Development, Collection, Design Conception, Learning Curve, Musings, One Step Closer, Progress, Promotional, Sketches SW | 11 Comments

Precisionist Satchel Changes, Intended & Unintended

I’ve been talking a bit lately about consistency issues. Here’s an example of what I mean. The Precisionist satchel sustained some significant changes, both intended and unintended. The above is a prototype of the revised Precisionist; behind it is the … Continue reading

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