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Collaborative fashion illustration project between National Museums of Scotland and Year 1 Fashion

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Students who started on the Fashion – BA (Hons) programme this September have completed a joint project with National Museums Scotland in which they based illustrations on garments in their Fashion and Style gallery.

The intention of the project - which was set up by Emily Ford-Halliday, a Lecturer in Fashion at Edinburgh College of Art, and Georgina Ripley, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Fashion and Textile at National Museums Scotland - was to encourage the new students to think about how sketching, mark-making, illustration, and collage work form an important part of fashion design.

https://www.eca.ed.ac.uk/news/new-fashion-students-take-part-illustration-project-national-museum

Period6 Oct 2017

 

Students who started on the Fashion – BA (Hons) programme this September have completed a joint project with National Museums Scotland in which they based illustrations on garments in their Fashion and Style gallery.

The intention of the project - which was set up by Emily Ford-Halliday, a Lecturer in Fashion at Edinburgh College of Art, and Georgina Ripley, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Fashion and Textile at National Museums Scotland - was to encourage the new students to think about how sketching, mark-making, illustration, and collage work form an important part of fashion design.

https://www.eca.ed.ac.uk/news/new-fashion-students-take-part-illustration-project-national-museum

References

TitleNew Fashion students take part in illustration project at National Museum
Media name/outletWebsite
Duration/Length/SizeEdinburgh College of Art Website
Date of coverage6/10/17
Producer/AuthorArdie Collins
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