At its rawest, fashion is material sewn together in a sequential method. But it's so much more. Fashion creates a mood, captures a moment. It evokes something that you never knew was inside you. Fashion is one of the most underrated stimulants one can encounter.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 20, 2008
Daniel Vosovic's book, Fashion Inside Out: Daniel V's Guide to How Style Happens from Inspiration to Runway and Beyond will be released on October 28th, 2008, with a foreword by Tim Gunn and photographs by Michael Turek.
Fashion Inside Out is sure to be a must for everyone interested in the competitive world of fashion. Vosovic promises to take the reader from inspiration to execution with all the steps in between. It will cover practical information on designing in today's market and the role of networking, connecting, promoting and selling.
Vosovic is joined by prominent magazine editors, photographers, stylists, and other fashion industry professionals in providing real information about the world behind the runway.
Daniel Vosovic, fashion designer and Project Runway Season 2 finalist
Signing copies of his new book, Fashion Inside Out: Daniel V's Guide to How Style Happens from Inspiration to Runway and Beyond and a Question and Answer session.
Wednesday, November 5, 2008 from 11:30am to 1:30
The FIDM Museum Shop
Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising
919 S Grand Avenue
Los Angeles California
United States 90015
Admission is free and the event is open to the public
More About Daniel Vosovic
"At its rawest, fashion is material sewn together in a sequential method. But it's so much more. Fashion creates a mood, captures a moment. It evokes something that you never knew was inside you. Fashion is one of the most underrated stimulants one can encounter."
Career Highlights include:
- Daniel was one of two students from New York to participate in Milan's international
design competition "Milano Studia la Moda" in November 2004.
- Renowned critic Emilio Cavalini chose Daniel's design for his window display during the Pitti Filati 2004/2005 Trend Show.
- Daniel gathered a more vital understanding working alongside designer Sari Gueron as an intern for the spring 2005 season in New York City.
- On season 2 of Project Runway, Daniel was voted into the top three by the judges,and he presented a thirteen piece collection at New York's Fashion Week in February 2006 to glowing reviews.
- In a collaboration with the stylish new hotel chain, NYLO, Daniel is designing an extensive collection that will be used as staff uniforms in all of NYLO's 160 locations across the United States (by 2010). These are chic, clean, and modern designs, and they comprise the Daniel Vosovic NYLO Collection.
FIDM Museum & Galleries
FIDM Downtown LA Campus 919 South Grand Avenue LA, CA 90015
Open to the Public & Admission is Free
Monday - Friday 10am-5pm
For more information on the Museum: http://www.fashionmuseum.org
For more information on the Museum Shop: http://www.fidmmuseumshop.com
About FIDM Museum Shop
Nestled just off Grand Hope Park and adjacent to the FIDM Galleries, The FIDM Museum Shop features a constantly evolving array of unusual and special gifts, including alumni and faculty work, limited edition art pieces by local artists and crafts-people, and one-of-a-kind gifts and accessories. For more information, please visit: http://www.fidmmuseumshop.com
About FIDM Museum and Galleries
The Los Angeles campus houses a Permanent and Study collection of over 12,000 costumes, accessories and textiles from the 18th century through the present day, including film and theater costume. It is one of the largest such collections in the United States and top designer holdings include Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Dior and Lacroix. The FIDM Museum also houses the early Hollywood Costume Collection on loan from the City of Los Angeles, Department of Recreation and Parks.
The purpose of the FIDM Museum & Galleries is to provide students, educators, scholars and industry personnel with a costume and textile resource to explore and examine the role of costumes and textiles in their relationship to society and history.
The Annette Green Perfume Museum, America's only museum dedicated to the historical and cultural roles of fragrance around the world is in permanent residence at the FIDM Museum & Galleries, located on the 2nd floor. For more information visit: http://www.fashionmuseum.org