Final year project
The Danish Way of Living [Read more]
Statement Screen-Printed Sample
A screen-printed design onto wool delaine of the colourful houses in Copenhagen.
A selection of screen-printed fabrics printed onto wool delaine and cotton featuring checks, colourful houses and bicycle wheels.
Checks and Grids
Close up screen-printed checks onto wool delaine of a patchworked shirt.
Screen-Printed Linen Trousers
Close-up of hand-dyed linen with a screen-printed pipette stripe.
The blue-striped lifeguard tower on Bellevue Strand beach, designed by Danish architect Arne Jacobsen.
Screen-printed samples of checks and houses onto wool delaine patchworked into an oversized scarf.
Screen-printed design onto cotton of bicycle wheels.
Colourful Danish houses and boats at Nyhavn, Copenhagen.
A Contemporary Autumn/Winter Womenswear collection.
‘The Danish Way of Living’ is a collection that explores Danish culture, architecture and landscapes, and offers an insight into the time I spent living in this vibrant and beautiful city.
This fashion collection aims to capture the essence of the Danish lifestyle that I fully embraced whilst living in Copenhagen. Morning pastries, cycling to work, visiting beautiful design shops and reading by the lakes were all part of a typical day in this cosmopolitan city. Copenhagen is considered one of the happiest cities in the world, and my time living there was full of happy and unforgettable memories that I will always treasure and wanted to capture these experiences through a personal final project.
Final year project
The Danish Way of Living
Highly commended in a live project for Ted Baker by the senior womenswear print designer.
Selected to exhibit the degree work at Charnwood Museum’s ‘Remaking History’ exhibition and Martin Hall Gallery at Loughborough University in my first year.
Fairbairn and Wolf Studio.
Working to briefs given by fashion brands to create hand-drawn and painted compositions that were used for screen-printed and digital designs. Designs sold globally to companies, such as Topshop, and shown at design shows in New York, Munich, LA and Premiere Vision Paris.
Working in Copenhagen for a print design studio generating a print collection each week and sold to clients at design shows, as well as visualising designs onto fashion garments for commercial use.
Camilla Frances Prints.
Drawing and painting a varied range of design compositions to be made into digital repeats.
Given a brief to research fashion direction/silhouette, fabric, colour and print trend research. This was presented at the end of the internship to the Ted Baker print and womenswear designers. Also required to help with the WT OW and Knitwear Proto Reviews by preparing garments.
Assisted both print and accessories designers by creating repeat designs for the AW20 womenswear print collection, helping create concept boards and collecting catwalk and trend research.