FMP Look 6 – Actual

I worked both Look 6 and 7 together because both fabric are still incomplete. I started with cutting the look 6 fabric for the skirt, the pleats actually waste a lot of space because the fabric width can only fit one pleated pattern. I also pleated the skirt before sewing so I know the edge…

FMP Look 7 – Actual

At first I cut all the pieces for look 7 in the fuchsia silk wool, but after coloring the illustration, I found that using it as a whole is a bit overwhelming. So I went to discuss this matter with both lecturer and they told me to sew it up the pleated part first then…

FMP Look 5 – Actual

After a long week waiting for my fabric to arrive, finally it is time to cut the actual fabric for my look 5. I used a contrasting color for my collar so that the design will pop out more. I tested the combination using my copic marker to decide the fabric combination before cutting the…

FMP Look 7 – Toile

Previously during my photoshoot, I had conversation with both lecturers and they reminded me to be careful about my colour choices since I used quite a lot of varieties shades of fabric. So I took the time and creates a list of what I had and what should I make for the rest of the…

FMP Look 6 – Toile

I ran out of stock for fabrics and needed to order more from Hong Kong. So while waiting for the fabrics to come I moved on to creating toile for look 6 first. From first to fifth look I had made two pants and three skirts which make the decicion point to create another pants…

FMP Look 5 – Toile

Half outfit out of 8 looks is done, another half more to go yet the time is insufficient. It took two month and a half to create the first 4 and now within 1 month we needed to create 3 more looks which sound freaking impossible. Without further ado, I used back the diamond pleating…

FMP Look 4 – Actual

I am still alive from all the rushing of producing this look… It been quite a journey since problem arise from all sides but it worth the hard work. Lets slowly talk about the process of this fabulous look out of the four. As you can see from my look 4 toile post, the pattern…

FMP Photoshoot Preview

Here is the awaited D-Day! Everyone was rushing the week before to finalize our outfits to shoot for our graduation magazine. I was still sewing on the day itself but unlucky me get lined up as the first few to shoot on Monday. The week before, I prepared 3 different length hairstyle because I am…

FMP Look 4 – Toile

After finishing look 3 actual, I can finally took a deep breath for next week photo shoot. I went home with clear mind and try to update my sketchbook and do further research about my concept. I found an interesting origami pattern within the video and thought that idea could be used as a pattern…

FMP Look 3 – Actual

The sewing process of this look actually use the least amount of time but the pleating took hours to do by myself. Hard work pays off though, the pleating design create a beautiful flow movement like the cover pictures shown. There are less than 10 seams to construct this pleated top but the challenge is…

Dries – Dries Van Noten

This will be the second year I am attending “A Design Film Festival Singapore”. Last year I went and watch 3 movies which are “The First Monday in May”, “Yohji Yamamoto Dressmaker” which are recommended by our lecturer and I bought 1 more which is “Crazy About Tiffany’s” since I am interested about the brand…

FMP Look 3 – Toile

There is a slight change to the plan, my look 1 will be separated and mixed with my look 3. The problem is the fabric combination is a bit awkward. So for the look 1 pants, I changed it to a simple tight fitting Lycra pants. The picture below shown 2 different effects because the…