JcPenney May Just Change Shopping Habits

In February, JcPenney introduced a new pricing strategy – but it has evolved to be more than just that. It has become a new way of shopping for the avid JCP shoppers. Many people have been criticizing these new changes – however, the future of JCP may look brighter than we think. JcPenney has started … Continue reading

Fashion Trucks: Bringing the Product to the Consumer

Just a couple of months ago, I read a news article about fashion trucks – retailers selling clothing out of a truck. For companies, it is a way to bring products to the consumer, instead of waiting for consumers to come looking for their products. The first time I read this, I thought this was … Continue reading

LED (light up) Dress – Under Normal Lights

This is a follow up to my earlier post: LED (light up) dress: Ravishing Roses. Due to requests, I have added these photos of my dress under normal lighting conditions! Please continue to enjoy the rest of my blog, and follow me for more news updates!

Shiaparelli and Prada: Met Madness

The Met Museum Shiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations – is the new feature at the Met Mueseum’s Spring 2012 Costume Exhibition – it “explores the striking affinities between Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada, two Italian designers from different eras.” Inspired by a Miguel Covarrubia’s Vanity fair interview in the 1930’s, and Baz Luhrman’s video of … Continue reading

Free Vector for CAD: Adobe Illustrator

Maybe this is just for apparel students, or students who want to learn how to create technical flats for their Fashion design portfolio pages – either way- has really cool brushes that I have been tinking around with. ( I am not associated with this site). If you do not know what a technical flat is, here is … Continue reading