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Dev R Nil

Fashion
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Priyanka Agarwal

on 24 April 2014

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Elvis Presley
A pin-up girl, also known as a pin-up model, were intended for informal display, meant to be "pinned-up" on a wall. Pin-up girls may be glamor models, fashion models, or actresses. The term pin-up may also refer to drawings, paintings, and other illustrations done in emulation of these photos. Later, posters of pin-up girls were mass-produced and became an instant hit, especially in the 50s.

Their makeup and sexy clothing were a huge hit! Bringing a little bit of "sassyness" to the 50s.
- The base for the 50's style makeup was a foundation cream, creating a pale complexion which was topped off by patting on a flesh colored powder to set it.
- The eyebrows of the 1950's were mostly thicker in the inner corner and then tapered out to a clean point. A gradual rounded eyebrow was very popular, as was straight! It was customary to tweeze it to a clean line and then use a pencil to darken in and thicken.
- The cat eye was extremely popular, it had many variations, from striking to soft.
- Lip shapes followed the basic shape of the natural mouth, but Hollywood changed that! They tapered the fall from the peak to the outer corner for a droop that almost mimicked a smile. Movie stars like Marilyn Monroe and Sylvia Lopez were over-drawing their top lip for a fuller look.
Bringin' the Pin up look back!
In the fifties most men wore suits and ties with a nice fedora hat as their accessory. That was the business man look. Men didn't have many choices for color. Dark blue, dark brown, and charcoal. Most guys looked "Ivy League" or preppy and it was definitely the preferred look if your date was meeting your Dad for the first time.

(The cardigan sweater was also a popular style which was used for the "letter" sweater so cherished among athletes.)
Marlon Brando
Bettie Page
Lucille Ball
Lana Turner
Rita Hayworth
Suzy Parker
Bette Grabel
Selena Gomez
Keri Hilson
Pammy T
Hayley Williams
Dita Von Teese
Katy Perry
Lana Del Rey
“What you wear is how you present yourself to the world, especially today, when human contacts are so quick. Fashion is instant language."
Clients
Industry Brief
Thank you
Profile
Sreepriya Exports is a fashion production house that manufactures specialized garments,accessories,semi-precious jewellery and made-ups for a number of leading international designers.What started in 1983with a cohesive group of 10 individuals is now grown to an organization with a workforce of over 500.The Sanskrit word Sreepriya means-A desire to connect with your inner most calling.Sreepriya Exports stemmed out of this very aspiration to reconnect with our true self.

Mrs, Vibha Kejriwal
&
Mr. Rajat Kejriwal
Philosophy
multi-tasking
boundaries
re-think
re-create
evolve
clients
innovate
time management
perfection
Infrastructure
· Dries Van Noten

· Ann Demeulemeester

· Tim Van Steenbergen

· Marie Gas

· Parosh

· Nicole Farhi

· Betty Jackson

· Clarissa Hulse

· Akira Isogawa

· Megan park
-Sampling Unit
-Production Unit
-Machine Embroidery Unit
-Hand Embroidery Unit
-Cutting/Sewing Unit
-Ladies hand work Unit
-Merchandising Unit
-Designers Room




-Accessories Unit
-Fabric Unit
-Accounts and Logistics Unit
-Archive
-Cleaning Unit
-Finishing unit
-Packaging Unit
PROJECT 1
Grandma's Backyard
PROJECT 2
Maneuveuring
Nature

· TM Collection

· Erdem

· Just In Case

· Natan

· Nayantara

· Kirk & Hamilton

· Mercy Delta

· Kenzo

· Peter Pillotto

· Christian Wiginants
Projects Undertaken
Target Market


-To have a
glimpse at the collection of the previous years
made at Sreepriya Exports

-To practically
handle a project
in order to learn the product development process To
design two collection
of home furnishing products.

-To
explore
designs and develop swatches keeping the budget in mind.

-To design home furnishing collection for
premium group
of people.

-To design using
hand and aari
work and machine
embroidery technique
.

-To concentrate on
finishing and quality
of the products.




European Market

Premium Group of people-
There is less rivalry in the higher market segment. Competition is on quality, reflected in high quality raw materials, handmade skills, execution of techniques and perfect finishing.

Niche Market
where buyer power is lower and
increasingly gaining popularity.

Higher Value added
products-Smaller volumes and supply reliability are increasingly important
Buyer Requirements
Legal musts: based on material and use
(Labelling rules)

Sustainability: a common request

The ethical niche market (Fair Trade market)
Heimtextil forecast 2014/15


Childhood memories and simpler times: grandma's backyard, this is exactly where this
collection derives its main inspiration from.
The swing, the wind chimes, the slope in thebackyard, the border of tall grass ,garden tools, watering can, garden fence, the beautifully planted garden flowers and old trees,primrose tufts and periwinkle wreaths with budding twigs spreading out their fans and enjoying the cool breezy air.And then 'THE GRANDMA' sitting amidst all, on a long cane woven chair knitting memories; memories which remains
still afresh. These are the key elements about what the collection speaks of.

This collection honors
natural materials
by embracing their imperfections and highlighting their origins deliberately. Wild and
coarse nature with its unadulterated colours, textures and shapes
acts as the generator of ideas. With the use of natural fabrics and materials like
jute,cotton flax,linen,wool and silk
,this collection aims to put the elements of nature together in a single frame by using
nature in its purest form and beauty.


Theme brief
Boards
Swatches Developed
Heimtextil Trend Forecast 2014/15
Theme Brief
A brave new world in which
science and technology
are the driving forces behind
innovation across the design industry, this collection has been designed based on creating
textures
inspired from nature by modifying and re-modifying them and further converting
them into tactile as well as visual textures.
Real life flora and fauna meets digital technology
to form ravishing new dimension of abstraction and hyper-realism.

Juxtaposition of software
(like Corel Draw, picassa and Adobe Photoshop) and natural
environment form a metamorphical garden of textures, which has been brought to life by
using techniques like hand and machine embroidery as well as fabric manipulation to give
it an engineered form. Biological textures has been copied and modified from nature to
form the designs. Biology has been used as a new medium for creativity. The clash of two
separate worlds for show stopping products, popping colors and contradictory textures,
unveils a collection giving the nature a new perspective-
“The Engineered Nature”.
Boards
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