Fashion Patternmaking Techniques for Accessories: Shoes, Bags, Hats, Gloves, Ties, Buttons and Dog Clothing
This book is an essential and practical tool for designing and creating fashion accessories for men and women. Intended for fashion students and professionals, the book includes different pattern techniques for each accessory and explains production processes so that readers can incorporate them into their professional practice, in addition to identifying and providing the information needed to recreate a wide range of accessory models. It includes descriptions of materials, examples of patterns and designs and different possible finishes through illustrations, photographs, technical drawings and texts that clearly explain the production process of each artisanal and industrial piece. As items that provide personality and originality to one's personal style, fashion accessories have become essential to completing the "look" for each occasion. With the help of this manual, having in-depth knowledge about the creation of different pieces, from a bag to a pair of shoes to hats, gloves, ties and buttons -even clothing for dogs-, is a great way to get started in this branch of the fashion field.
- Paperback | 249 pages
- 210 x 297 x 12.7mm | 1,043.26g
- 30 Jul 2019
- Barcelona, Spain
- Illustrations, black and white
About Antonio Donnanno
Antonio Donnanno began in his career in his family's tailor shop and later, after majoring in history and philosophy, focused on the teaching of costume history and pattern-making techniques. In 1982, he founded the acknowledged Euromode School Italia in Bergamo, which soon expanded with new branches on the international stage and where, alongside his teaching duties, Donnanno also serves as director. Antonio Donnanno has written dozens of books about fashion and has his own consulting firm, focusing on pattern-making and business.