What I learned in Fashion School

Posted by Regine Tessone- founder of the Original Modest swimwear line Aqua Modesta on 6th May 2015

In my previous blog, you read how I came about designing my line of modest swimwear called Aqua Modesta. In the following few blogs, I want to describe some of my fashion design training at FIT (an acronym for Fashion Institute of Technology), known as one of the top design schools in NYC. In our fashion illustration class, we learned that the best way to draw a fashion figure is to extend th …
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What I learned in draping class at FIT

Posted by Regine Tessone- founder of the Original Modest Swimwear line for ladies and girls on 6th May 2015

Draping class at FIT taught me how important precision is. Draping gives a three-dimensional form to an idea of a garment. In Draping, one uses a fabric called Muslin (a very low-priced, somewhat stiff fabric). It would be too costly to use any other material for practice. However, once you have the correct version draped, you must use the actual fabric with which you intend to create that particu …
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