How To Be A Fashion Designer

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Published by DK Children

By Lesley Ware

RRP: $16.99

"Brimming with fun ideas and projects for fashion-lovers, this inspiring book teaches children about materials, textures and colour palettes."

Little London

"Brilliant ideas for budding designers."

Creative Steps

"<b id=docs-internal-guid-80c319db-61c4-4151-5259-1a0eae738c03 style="font-weight: normal">How to be a Fashion Designer is full of ideas, projects and design tasks for fashion-lovers.</b>"

London Mums

"<b id=docs-internal-guid-80c319db-61c4-7ca8-cded-354008dd1d58 style="font-weight: normal">Brilliant ideas for budding designers.</b>"

Creative Steps

"<b id=docs-internal-guid-6b6d0053-6835-f503-ca25-81991354c8f5 style="font-weight: normal">This is a revealing and practical book for anyone who is interested in fashion design</b>"


About How To Be A Fashion Designer

"Highly recommended for any aspiring fashionistas." – School Library Journal

Design, style, and accessorize clothes with this fun guide full of practical fashion design ideas for kids!

Draw and color creations, choose materials, and learn to design through drawing your own fashion. Packed with practical tips and inspiration, children can enjoy experimenting with new ideas. Illustrations mixed with photography show kids how to choose gorgeous colors, design dress shapes, customize T-shirts, design a bag, pick a color palette, design with texture, and add sparkle to their accessories in simple, easy-to-follow design tasks and simple practical projects. Using inspiration from the natural world, everyday life, and their own imagination, children can design outfits from scratch and learn how to put together the clothes and accessories they already own in fun, stylish ways. Contents support the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) approach to cross-curricular learning.