With the 60s and 70s being a big trend on the runway, for this throwback thursday we’re taking a look at 1970s prints and silhouttes that are inspiring us today. A while back we looked at 1960s prints, which had a heavy influence from geometry and the rise of television and media. The new attraction to exotic musical and artistic influences in the 1970s catapulted the paisley print in magazines and adorned the hippest pop icons of the day; most noticeably The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Kinks, and The Who. The paisley design was commonly associated with rebellion; it was a statement ofRead More →

Have you ever purchased an article of clothing and felt that it just didn’t have quite a great fit or look on you? How about on the opposite, have you ever felt that it was the perfect fit and look? This emotion that the end user feels is usually brought up in the Design Illustration and Silhouette development process of creating a collection. Customer satisfaction and functionality is a great influencer when it comes to designing a garment. The designer and product developer must take into consideration what their customer desires in a specific garment. Whether it is a bicyclist wanting a back pocket onRead More →