The idea that designers should be doing everything on the internet and then copying people’s ideas is a good one, but it’s not a new one.
In fact, it was one of the first concepts I remember reading about a few years ago.
But it was a new design concept.
And as more and more designers are looking to make their own mark on the world, a new generation of designers is taking the same approach.
In this episode, we’ll take a look at what these designers are doing and why they are doing it. 1.
Adrienne Barbour, Founder of Urban Decay (2013-present)Barbour, a fashion designer, is one of fashion’s most successful and sought-after figures, with an extensive portfolio of collections and collaborations that range from high-end brands like Burberry, Louis Vuitton, and Hermès to low-end, indie labels like Giorgio Armani, Zoya, and La Petite Guerlain.
Barbour started her career at Paris’ L’Oreal, working in the cosmetics department, but moved to New York City to work in the fashion world, where she became one of L’Oréal’s most respected and sought after designers.
Barbour is known for her eye for detail, and for creating designs that are as sophisticated as they are fashionable.
In a 2015 interview with Vogue, she said, “I feel like the only person in the world who could design my shoes.
I could go back in time and make all the pieces.”
In the years since, Barbour has worked on more than 50 pieces for brands including H&M, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Tommy Bahama, Calvin Harris, and Zara.
Barbours first foray into the world of fashion came in 2011, when she was hired by the likes of Prada, Zara, Calvin & Laurent, and Marc Jacobs to design their Spring/Summer 2012 collection.
The designer was soon tasked with creating a line of cosmetics for the new generation and her first piece was a line called Bioderma, which was a collaboration with the designer of the popular ’90s fashion trend the ‘Tudor.’
The idea for Bioders was born from a need to create a line for an emerging market of women, especially as women were struggling to find makeup in their homes.
While it was not the first collaboration that Barbour had done with a fashion brand, the collaboration was the first one that she and her team felt comfortable making.
Kristina Gavrilova, Founder and CEO of Modal, Designer of the Year (2013)Gavrilov, the CEO of the company that owns Modal’s flagship brand, Modal Salon, founded the brand in 2007.
In 2010, the company was named a Top 100 Designer for its range of luxury haircare and skincare products.
In 2012, Modals first designer was Kristina Mavrodi.
The company has since expanded to include products like Modal Spa and Modal Treatment, which it launched in 2018.
Modals focus on a holistic approach to beauty, including skincaria, facial hair, and hair removal, and has also developed a line that’s designed to help customers stay healthy by combining a range of holistic products with products designed to support the body and mind.
Modal was named Designer of The Year by the Wall Street Journal and the Independent Beauty Editors in 2015.
Anastasia N. Chirikova, Director of the Fashion Design Program at the Design Academy (2015-present, 2019-present and 2021-present)- Chirikov, a design student and designer at the School of Visual Arts, founded and led the Fashion Designer program at the Art Institute of Chicago for three years.
In the program, Chirilova taught designers to work collaboratively and collaboratively on design projects, with the goal of improving the quality of their work and improving their skills as designers.
Nandini Khadse, Director, Head of Design at New York Fashion Week (2016-present), Founder of NYFW and founder of New York Style, an award-winning fashion brand (2016)Khadse started her fashion career at fashion and design school, graduating in 2003 and joining a fashion house at the age of 21.
As she went through fashion school, she also worked as a designer at Versace, GQ, Dolce &.
Gabbana, and Dolce and Gabbanna.
She left the house at 21 and joined New York’s fashion house, the New York Studio.
At the New Yorks Studio, Khadsells team of designers designed the collection for the New Versace Spring/Fall 2016 show, which included the iconic pieces that would become Versace’s signature