Astrology for Fashion Designers
“The fashion wears out more apparel than the man” – William Shakespeare
Fashion apparel and awesome jewellery touch the hearts of all of us. This is a pride in the eye of those who wear and others exude jealous in the air. Beauty and glamour are sought after, irrespective of all ages. The big question is whether it should be simple and elegant or glad and eye-catchy. Can we put it in an easy way as classic or modern? Today our definition of beauty has taken a new avatar. We want to be modern wearing a designer wear which must be accentuated with antique jewellery. Another question is whether they will hide the actual age to some extent. The dress will be your favourite if you feel very comfortable and getting a new kind of energy wearing it. Your dress will say what you are. So you are choosy while deciding your apparel. There are many designers who are very skillful in their art. They help you to walk with a new set of confidence exuding charisma. Aren’t you interested in knowing their astrological nuances which offer them an aesthetic sense?
It is an art on clothing and accessories. It changes on the basis of our cultural and social fabric. The fashion designers may work round the clock to cater to the consumer’s tastes. They may work as single or in groups. Despite costom-made designer wear, they attempt to design clothes which are functional as well as aesthetically pleasing. They have a wide range and combinations of materials to work with and a wide range of colours, patterns and styles to choose from. They are always meant for special occasions such as evening wear or party dresses. Such clothes may be ‘haute couture’ or ‘bespoke tailoring’. Today, most clothing is mass produced.
Fashion designers may work full-time for one fashion as ‘in-house designers’, which owns the designs. Freelance designers work for themselves, selling their designs to fashion houses, directly to shops or to clothing manufacturers. The garments bear the buyer’s label. Some are self-employed and others cater to specialty stores. They create original garments, as well as fashionable trendy wear. They work for apparel manufacturers, creating designs of men’s, women’s and children’s fashions for the mass market. The designer brands such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Justice or juicy are designed by a team of individuals under the direction of a designer director. They sketch their ideas on paper, while others drape fabric on a dress form. The final outcome shows their accuracy. It is a painstaking job. A sample garment is made up and tested on a model to make sure of it to be an operational outfit.
History of Fashion Design
The modern fashion industry, based around firms or fashion houses run by industry, based around firms or fashion houses run by individual usually male designers started in the 19th century with Charles Frederick Worth, the first designer. In the 20th century fashion style magazines began to include photographs and became even more influential than in future. Talented illustrators – among them Paul Iribe, Georges Lepape, Erte and George Barbier – drew exquisite fashion plates for these publications.
La Gazette bon ton
in 1912 by Lucien Vogel was the famous magazine carried the photos of fashion wear. The curvaceous S-Bend silhouette dominated fashion up until around 1908. The S-Bend corset was very tightly laced at the waist which forced the hips back the drooping mono bosom was thrust forward in a pouter pigeon effect creating an S shape. The Maison Redfern was the first fashion house to offer women a tailored suit based directly on its male counterpart. Fashionable hats at the time were large and wide brimmed, trimmed with ribbons, flowers and even feathers. The French designer Jeanne Lanvin’s style embraced the look of the time, with its skillful use of complex trimmings, dazzling embroideries and beaded decorations in light, clear and floral colours. By 1925 she produced sports wear, fur, lingerie, men’s fashion and interior designs. Men used to wear tuxedo
as an evening wear at that time. Madeleine Vionnet found her inspiration in ancient statues, creating timeless and beautiful gowns. The designers of Hollywood created a particular type of glamour for the stars like Merilyn Monroe, Lauren Bacall or Grace Kelly. They used apparently luxurious materials such sequins, chiffon and fur to give a stunning look for the accessory.
Planetary combinations for Fashion Designers
The designers wears are being worn by beautiful young models at a fashion parade as a way of promotion. During the show, cat walk plays a crucial role to attract viewers with a visual delight. The lights will add both the beauty of the girls and the attire they wear and Venus represents the above mentioned.
Mars must be strong in a horoscope of a tireless worker. Mercury stands for the artistic eye of a person. If both are combined in a horoscope, the person will be good at designing a dress.
Moon strikes the imagination which in turn will help a man to put it into an object. When moon goes along with all these planets, the result is a skillful fashion designer.