I really like how the BurdaStyle book coat ended up. It has a somewhat military trench coat feel.
It was finished last Friday and I’ll get another chance to see it again on Monday before it is off for 18 months at BurdaStyle.
I don’t think I’m allowed to post pictures of the finished product or the sketches, so you will have to wait for the Book and it is a long wait till fall 2011. I totally think it will be worth the wait. Designers working on these projects are from 15 different countries and I’m sure every creation will be very unique. Plus the book will give everyone the opportunity to alter the patterns and recreate the designs.
I have learned/remembered a lot about sewing coats. Next time I will do all the couture touches, like in the Vogue book and next coats will be a little bit more feminine.
Armani put out an extraordinary wearable collection for fall 2010, and a lot of the colors are muted beige and creamy colors, but the cut is everything.
The latest Vogue Magazine has a page describing Beige as not being so boring when paired up with leopard print or bold colors like Red, Green or Purple (not all at once).
Who else is sewing for the book?
Angela Atkin: http://sewithought.com/?p=242
Julietta : http://sewionista.blogspot.com/
Did I miss someone? I’d like to hear who else is sewing for the book.