Foreword Acknowledgments Introduction Part 1 The source of fashion Chapter 1 The evolution of fashion Chapter 2 The fashion makers Chapter 3 The nature of clothing and fashion Chapter 4 The elements of design Chapter 5 Value and colour Chapter 6 The principles of design Part 2 The fashion designer Chapter 7 The role of the designer Chapter 8 Sources of inspiration Chapter 9 Evaluating fashion Chapter 10 Sketching fashion ?gures and textures Chapter 11 Sketching garments Chapter 12 Garments and garment components Chapter 13 Construction design details Chapter 14 Trimmings and treatments Chapter 15 Figure types: Achieving perfect proportions Chapter 16 Fitting and sizing Part 3 Fashion production Chapter 17 Fabrics Chapter 18 Sourcing production Chapter 19 Production processes Chapter 20 Production administration Chapter 21 Retail: buying and selling fashion Chapter 22 Staging a fashion parade Part 4 The fashion industry Chapter 23 Australian and New Zealand style: in?uential local designers and labels Chapter 24 Working globally Chapter 25 Careers in fashion Chapter 26 Fashion education Chapter 27 Fashion and related organisations Chapter 28 Fashion publications and resources Chapter 29 Fashion awards and events Appendix A Apparel ? bres chart Appendix B Glossary of fabrics
Pamela Stecker has extensive fashion knowledge, based on her years of experience as a designer, consultant, writer and educator in the industry. After becoming qualified and working as an art and design teacher, and fashion designer, producing her own label for five years, and living and working in the fashion industry in Europe, Pamela now lives in Sydney where she lectures in fashion and runs a successful fashion consultancy, Imageworks. She consults to government and large corporations on uniforms and corporate image, and consults to fashion companies in Australia and China where her book 'Superstyle at Work' was recently published.