A sampling of different tech packs done for both Johnny Was and Universal Elite Trading LLC.
Project 1: Prepared line sheets for Johnny Was house lines JWLA and 3J Workshop outlining sku numbers, fabric content, pricing, and color range. Linesheets were used within the design, marketing and production department.
Project 2: Linesheets for Universal Elite Trading house line Zele Belle.
FASHION & TECHNICAL SKETCHING
Examples of my technical sketches for outerwear, denim, and wovens.
Project 1: Spring/Summer 19’ Trend report prepared for startup swimwear company AprilMint.
Project 2: Spring/Summer 19’ Trend report prepared for denim & outerwear company Universal Elite Trading.
JOHNNY WAS PROJECTS
Specially directed projects for Retail, Bloomingdales, Neiman Marcus, and Sundance through the retailer Johnny Was LLC.
Worked on aspects such as sketching, lab dipping, fabric sourcing and artwork creation.
Fabric charts made for each quarterly season of 3JWorkshop for use within the design and production department.
Creating vibrant, bold patterns for application is a personal passion. Nothing heightens the mood of a garment, a piece of furniture or a room than a vibrant, provocative pattern.
The bold, graphic, polka dot just got a trendy revamp. Blazing pinks and navy blues serve as a nod to the mod 60s.
In two color ways:
-Pink & Navy
-Red & Teal
Poppies & Gingkoes
Inspired by the flora and fauna of Kyoto, Japan, Poppies & Gingkoes marries the natural Japanese motifs of snowdrop flowers and gingko leaves with the iconic California poppy.
In two patterns:
Inspired by James Turrell’s light exhibits and contemporary use of geometry, Neo Geo adds dimensionality and fun in an elegant honeycomb pattern.
The form fitting designs of Isamu Noguchi and the sensual paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe was the inspiration behind this take on a serpentine stripe.
Folioto: green + sound was a project developed in Fall 2017 by designers Ben Ko, Landi Gonzalez, and Mindy Wang. Upon returning the ArtCenter College of Design, in Pasadena California, from a study abroad program in Kyoto, Japan, the students of the class were given the task of creating a product that would integrate a specific aspect of the Kyoto lifestyle and culture into a product. The product would have to integrate both a aspects of Kyoto’s experience while solving a common problem in Southern California.
The result: An audio pod that provided not only visual relaxation in the form of plants, but also auditory relaxation in the form of music. The product aims to bring “a little bit of the outdoors in” and bridge the gap between an indoor and outdoor space.
Australian Surf Shack Pet’s Project was inspired by the aboriginal artwork of Australia with the laid-back, breezy interiors of a Surf Shack home. Cat bed, collar, food bowl and mat are all inspired by the joining of these two ideas.
The class was co-taught by ex-Roxy and Quicksilver VP of Sales and Marketing Randy Hild.