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Hi, I’m Lynn Kim, an Otis fashion design graduate. I had an internship experience with URBN, Anthropologie. I worked on the structured woven jacket team designing S/S 2020 shorts, pants and jackets, as well as developing fabric prints and trims. I’m skilled in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and hand illustrations. Also, I spent 3 years learning draping, pattern making, sewing, and fabric manipulating. I often get my inspiration from nature and history. I try to develop my designs in a way that it has depth and sophistication. I like to think of wearer-friendly designs so that anyone wearing my garments feel comfortable. My dream is to design for people who have disabilities in the future.
Arctic Mass: F/W 5 outfit collection, fabrication and overview Fabrication that represents the iceberg, including light ice blue polyester, marbled light weight washed denim, and other.
Arctic Mass: F/W 5 outfit collection, process page Process of designing outfits with curved lines that symbolize with flow of water and geometric lines for the iceberg. Process of developing Textured beading Sample and quilting sample.
Arctic Mass: F/W 5 outfit collection, final designs Line up of all 5 designs
Arctic Mass: F/W 5 outfit collection, flat page Illustration and flats page
Jaipur: S/S 5 outfit collection, process page Process of draping to design. Development of panel treatment. Styling with only 7 garments to create 5 outfits.
Jaipur: S/S 5 outfit collection, flat page Draping #1 design with flats page
Jaipur: S/S 5 outfit collection, flat page Draping #2 design with flat page
Drop: S/S 3 outfit collection, process page Process of designing and fabric developing.
Drop: S/S 3 outfit collection, fitting Photos of fittings and making of garment.