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Ask Alexandra is my advice column. Have a question you want to ask me? Any piece of advice would be helpful. A beautiful and unusual portfolio illustration style by David Ross.
Dear Srijaa, Happy to help. Read the portfolio requirements. This may sounds like a no brainer, but I have seen a lot of students who used the exact same portfolio for ten different course applications, even though it meant they were turning up to interviews with the wrong material.
So if they want 3 design projects, a sketchbook, and a toile, bring that. A great way to present fabric swatches, by Katharina Domokosch.
Prepare to be flexible, and take things in and out. Because different jobs and courses will have different requirements, make sure to be prepared to adapt your portfolio according to the position you are applying for just like you do with a resume, right?
This also means you need a portfolio where you can remove content. Very important, see below. A line up of the whole collection, by Katharina Domokosch. This is a great way to end a fashion design project, as it allows the viewer to see the collection as a whole.
Buy a good portfolio. And have a great digital version. A good portfolio is an indispensable tool for a fashion person. I suggest A4 or letter size bigger makes you look student-y, although some schools will require this, see point 1.
Choose something neutral ie. No logos, no weird colours, no cheap binding, please. Make sure it is very high quality and has sleeves where you can easily change the content, and how many pages are in the portfolio.
Your portfolio will last you for years, which is why you want it to be neutral. Expect to spend well into the three digits for a good portfolio and sleeves, but count this as an investment.
What kind of person are you if you go to a job interview in a sweatsuit? The same type of person who puts their prized work into the portfolio equivalent of a sweatsuit.
I make my students do a small 4MB maximum mini version of their digital portfolio, to send out as a taster. Make sure to have flexibility with your pages in case you need to do a 20MB version, or you want to remove pages. A lovely research and fabric page by Cat Patterson. This is a life lesson for everyone, and applies to all careers, applications, and aspects of life.
On the MA at St. The rest of us managed to make beautiful portfolios without them, proof that it is possible.Moya K. Mason is a professional freelance researcher, book researcher, research consultant, fact checker, writer, editor, information scientist, and project manager.
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