November 8, 2017 8:30am - 10am
Go through a visual journey of the hottest fashion of the ‘60’s and its relationship to the social and cultural happenings of the era. Then, practice your own new silhouettes and styles.
My Illustrated History of Fashion Workshop will take you through a visual journey of the hottest fashion of the ‘60’s and its relationship to the social and cultural happenings of the era. Practice along with my live sketching demonstrations to master new silhouettes and styles. Lastly, with new confidence, skills and historic inspiration, students will design, sketch and color their own 60’s inspired fashion illustration.
Facilitator: Stephanie Jimenez
Stephanie Jimenez is an Illustrative Designer, Artist and for the past 7 years has been Austin’s premier Fashion Illustration Educator. Throughout her career, Jimenez has been commissioned by companies like Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren and Neiman Marcus to create engaging Live Sketching event experiences across the country. For more information, visit www.stephaniejimenez.com Her playful paper line Vogue Vignette, provides tangible reminders of the role models who pushed fear to the side, made waves and paved ways for future generations to do the same.
Her Illustrated History of Feminist Fashion bookmarks brings ground breaking women of all ethnicities and backgrounds to the forefront of history. The You Are What You Read Coloring Book is fun for all ages and is a therapeutic way to learn about and color your favorite female leaders through history. And for that extra special touch, the Color Your Own Note Cards let you personalize your letters of encouragement to your closest friends and family. Vogue Vignette is motivating females of all ages to become their laugh out loud, best selves through lighthearted artwork depicting iconic role models, affirmations and out of this world style. Launching Fall 2017. In 2017, she developed an 8-week course for ACC Continuing Education designed to simplify the creative process and help students find their own style of illustration. She has hosted workshops and lectures at The University of Texas at Austin, The University of North Texas and Austin School of Fashion Design.
701 Brazos St
Austin, TX 78701