You’ve Got to Let Creativity Flow: My Story

When inspiration strikes, it just strikes, says the author, Kat George, who wrote a piece on Bustle about why creative minds can’t work a 9 to 5. I was a victim of that. Advertisements

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Rendering Black

I’ve always been fascinated by dark skin tones and deep complexions, especially in art. Truth be told, that I’m only finding out that this is truly the hardest skin tone to render in the world of fashion illustration.

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Contouring the Catwalk

From Fitting to Finalizing Behind the scenes of any fashion show is quire hectic as it gets. In the 16th of this month,  I had the experience of a lifetime.  I was able to debut my first collection in the BVI’s prestigious fashion show,

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Experience is Something Money Can’t Buy

Wherever you look, there is always something out there to marvel at, wonder about, explore, or to cherish. And every day and in everything we do, we see a part of ourselves, a reflection of our true intentions, and a shadow of our well-being. In life, we experience.

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I Applied to FIT…And Got Denied!

Back in 2015 when the world was young and I was eager, I did the thing that I thought I’d never do — fumble through the application process of applying to the school. In this ‘Confessions of a Designer’ series, I’ll be going through the ‘don’ts’ when it comes to applying to FIT; what I’ve…

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Applying to FIT: The Portfolio

If you’re applying to FIT, you would already be familiar with FIT’s two schools: the business school and the art school. While FIT business applicants would only have to do an essay, the art students are required to do something else. As of 2017, all fashion design applicants will have to complete the same requirements…

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