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.
Range planning is tricky, especially when it comes to presenting it in a proper way. Illustrations should be neither too technical, nor too creative, contain just the right amount of details and information.
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.
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.
The whole idea behind my project is based on fluidity and movement, so I wanted to communicate this look through my illustrations for the collection. For this purpose, I decided to try and depict the garments with a minimal amount of fluid lines that would, however, speak of intensive and flexible movement, much like dancing.