A rainy Saturday in January 2018 – almost a year ago. It’s warm in the ESI building, a part of the University of Exeter, and really, really cold and windy outside. Yana and I are also there on that Saturday, with a hint of regret for not staying in bed. Instead, we are about to…
In the laid-back, classical style of the collections, Yana and I got our models a vintage sports racket to complete a more genuine photoshoot.
[huge_it_gallery id=”29″] Depicting all the technical details of an outfit might seem quite dull. However, considering the amount of creative energy I have put into this project, I enjoy preparing my technical pack more than usual.
As you have probably read in one of my previous posts, I was initially quite happy with the new mood board I made for this Adidas project. It represents the laid-back feeling of the collection, as well as the fluidity and color palette.
There was a time the whole world was falling apart. At least that was my initial thought when my project started failing. For a day or two there was no reply from anyone I tried contacting, my plan B for printing failed, so did plan C, as you can see from the photos.
Just a few hours ago my Adidas project seemed perfectly planned. At this current moment, however, I am left with no model attending either the photoshoot, the film shoot, or my presentation in May, and with no opportunity to do my laser cutting and printing at the university.