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Niching Down: Focusing on Fashion

Focus on Fashion

After two months of exploring a variety of creative areas, I am super excited to tell you that The Creative Curator has drilled down – it’s called niching down in the blogging sphere – and from this week onwards, will be focusing on fashion.

When I sat down and looked at all the areas I had been talking about and preparing content on, I realised that ‘Creativity’ was too broad a topic. My readers were getting confused. They weren’t sure what exactly I was offering them. Knowledge on the creative industries? How to cook banana muffins? Where was the focus? As much as I have been loving the different topics – let’s face it, whoever expected me to write about Ezra Pound? – I realised after everything that has been going on these past few weeks that what I am most passionate about (besides politics) is fashion, particularly regarding sustainability.

Why Fashion?

There is much that I learnt while studying my degree in fashion design. But there is even more that I have learnt post graduation. From interning at Roland Mouret, Peter Pilotto and Hardy Amies, to running my own slow fashion business here in London and freelancing for other designers.

I have a lot of knowledge that I can share with those who would love to learn more. So going forward, The Creative Curator will be focusing on fashion related areas only.

We know that the fashion industry employers a LOT of people. It is a multi-billion dollar worldwide industry. From design, manufacturing, advertising… there are so many areas within fashion. I will show it all to you.

Want to know more?

As such, if you have signed up for my weekly newsletter, and now feel it won’t be appropriate for you, please do feel free to unsubscribe. I don’t want to waste your time if the content of my blog will no longer be relevant to you.

That said, if you have ever wanted to know more about fashion: sewing, pattern making, design analysis, fashion photography, pattern design, print, styling, technical drawing, fashion illustration, manufacturing techniques, fabric manipulation… I am your go to gal, and I would be rather chuffed to have you stick around and learn from me.

Thanks gain for all your support.

Much love, Eve

 

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