NEXT LEVEL Fashion Design and Construction with Los Angeles Designer Amy Bond of Project Runway
Explore elevated Inspiration techniques and sources.
Learn the process of designing a capsule collection.
Discover the elements of refinement in Fashion concept and construction and how to apply them to your work.
Study and practice advanced patternmaking and fit processes.
Broaden cutting techniques for speed and precision.
Develop ‘quick sketch’ skills.
Apply new understanding to Line Development.
Go Fabric Sourcing and participate in a Textile Workshop to learn about fiber and fabric properties.
See costing methods and develop methods and processes to aid in setting prices.
Attend seminars and sessions with Special Guests.
Daytrips to Los Angeles sights and cultural institutions.
Access to the fully equipped DTLA Fashion Studio.
Meals and snacks.
All Seminars and Workshops.
Book by 7/4/18 and receive 15% off.
Sixteen new contestants look to make their designs work as they grace the catwalk during the 16th season of Lifetime’s Emmy-nominated series Project Runway, which premiered on Thursday, Aug. 17. Not only is the show celebrating their “super, sweet 16,” it is also celebrating body diversity throughout the season, featuring size-inclusive models (size 0-22).
Whether it’s requiring designers to make looks from grocery store goods, providing a contestant the space to talk about his HIV status, or featuring the first-ever rainway, Project Runway has broken a lot of reality TV and design barriers in its past 15 seasons. And it’s about to break one more when it returns on August 17: In season 16, the latest crop of contestants will be designing for size-inclusive models. The models will range from sizes 0 to 22 and test the contestants’ skills to design for all sizes.
Checkout my Project Runway videos on LifeTime SEASON 16 PREMIERES AUGUST 17 AT 8/7C
If anyone was under the illusion that time was linear or that crazy contemporary fashions coming down the runway were, in fact, new, spend five minutes with Amy Bond and you’ll think otherwise
artworxLA students in our Spring Fashion Residency have been exploring 5-weeks of fashion design with Otis College of Art and Design Instructor and fashion designer Amy Bond.
Academy of Art University School of Fashion
Amy was inspired by complex shapes and construction – but strove to make the complexities appear clean and minimal. She used fabrics that would bring light and movement to the collection, including silk georgette, silk charmeuse, and Schoeller-Aeroshell.