so this is a new creation of mine and it is a little bit Japanese inspired but also a modern take on Japanese fashion. I really like the print of the fabric when I found this fabric in Shepherd's Bush I was so amazed it was in one of the little stores on Goldhawk Road.I was so mesmerised by the black pattern of this It really looks like something's been drawn across it so I wanted to create something that would emphasise the pattern and really would bring it to life I was looking to create something that was fun and exciting. I Sketched down the few design ideas I wanted to create something that was detailed but also very easy to make I wanted the simplicity of this shape to show through. So I decided to fold the fabric in half and create the dress just from cutting directly onto the fabric. For this design I decided not to create a pattern I wanted to use my creativity I think there's a kind of pure honesty when you actually just put scissors to fabric and just create. There is something so innocent about applying this technique and it really can bring about something exciting I did have an idea of how I wanted it to look, but when you're experienced with pattern cutting you kind of know what shapes look like beforehand so I had a mild idea of what I wanted to create when I started cutting the fabric.
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