Tag: Intimate Apparel

Toy Story said it best: Strange things are Happening!

Toy Story said it best: Strange things are Happening!

We are approaching the final stretch!  D-day is only 5 days away, and stress levels have already begun to overflow.  As we finish up our second ensemble, we are already sketching our third.  We are in FULL OVERLOAD mode, and are neglecting classes left and right.  We’ve stopped showering, eating, and sleeping. Our normal body […]

April 6, 2011 | By | 2 Replies More
Who wants a 16-yard cotton Petticoat?

Who wants a 16-yard cotton Petticoat?

To execute my cotton ensemble, I needed volume and LOTS of it.  I decided to execute the second petticoat of my life using cotton organdy.  Of course, the organdy only came in white so I had to dye it to ivory- which in turn, washed out all the starch.  I spent over 6 hours (actually […]

April 3, 2011 | By | 1 Reply More
Did someone say Cotton?

Did someone say Cotton?

10 days and counting until D-day.  I remember when that looming date of April 11th seemed light-years away.  The general mood among the class: PANIC.  Welcome to the REAL Project Runway.  The Challenge?  Complete an intimate apparel ensemble in 10 days made using at least 95% Cotton.  Now while you’re making this ensemble, make sure […]

April 1, 2011 | By | 3 Replies More
A Little Recap

A Little Recap

So we didn’t find out we were doing this blog until our first ensemble was practically finished.  Now, it seems a little funny back tracking to write about events that happened 4-6 weeks ago.  So instead I decided to put together a little film that more or less sums up some of the moments of […]

March 26, 2011 | By | Reply More
Life After Graduation

Life After Graduation

First and foremost, CONGRATULATIONS to all the new 2011 bloggers, you’ve almost made it through 8th semester!! That should be a triumph in and of itself! 8th semester for me was very tough. I thought the previous 7 semesters weren’t going to pay off, but I was definitely wrong. 8th semester made me want to […]

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