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CRISTINA SAVIN


CRISTINA SAVIN Fashion Designer


EDUCATION 2018

Specialist Course of PGS/MGS Model by Investronica CAD PatternMaking at “Istituto Secoli”

2014 - 2017

Bachelor Degrees in Fashion Design Politecnico di Milano (109/110)

2009 - 2014

High School Diploma Scientific High School “Enzo Ferrari” (FC)

WORK EXPERIENCE 2017 - 2018

Employee at the product department Sinv S.p.A., department of Stella Jean (MI)

2017 - 2018

Sales Assistent Inditex S.A.

2017

Dresser Showroom “Spazio 38” (MI)

2011 - 2017

Barmaid/Waitress Beach Resort “Conti” (FC)

HONOR & AWARDS

CRISTINA SAVIN Fashion Designer

PERSONAL INFORMATION Cristina Savin 16/06/1994 Milano Cesenatico +39 327 34 54 230 cristina16_savin@yahoo.it SOCIAL http://bit.ly/2rdWULg _cristinasavin_ http://bit.ly/2rH4FbP

2017

DesignXDesigner Exhibition Personal fashion project selected for “Fuorisalone”

2017

Fashion Perspectives Exhibition Selected farment for the “On Design and Research” corner

2017

Milano Unica Exhibition Selected garments

COLLABORATIONS 2016

Limonta Graduation project

2016

Candiani Textile manipulation of denim fabric

2016

Eurojersey Fashion project “Athleisure from vintage to the future”

2017

Dreamlux Workshop sponsored by Regione Lombardia

SOFTWARES SKILLS

DESIGN SKILLS

Adobe Creative Suite PGS Investronica Lectra Modaris Gerber Rhinoceros Microsoft Office AS/400

Fashion Design Sketching Mood Devolpment Graphic Design Branding

LANGUAGES

INTERESTS

Italian Moldavian English Russian

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CRISTINA SAVIN Fashion Designer


FASHION PROJECTS Geometric Manipulation Ocean One Mimes Structured Denim

TEXTILE MANIPULATIONS Denim Twine Blossom Uploading romantic line

Blossom Uploading eccentric line

DIGITAL MODELING Lectra Modaris Gerber Accumark Rhinoceros

MANUALLY MODELING Geometric Manipulation Ocean One Mimesis Structured Denim


FASHION PROJECTS

1. Geometric Manipulation 2. Ocean One 3. Mimesis 4. Structured Denim


1. GEOMETRIC MANIPULATION Geometric manipulation is a project that takes inspiration from the geometrical lines of architecture. Two main aspects of fundamental importance converge within it: technology and craftsmanship. Recently, it has been possible to notice how the consumer today is no longer interested only in the quality of the product, but was increasingly inclined towards the search for an element that creates uniqueness. This is often conferred by craftsmanship; indeed every outfit in the collection is characterized by textile manipulations Thanks to this feature, the outerwear has been selected for the exhibition “On Design and Research”, which was included within the events “Fashion perspectives 2017”. On the other hand, faced with an increasing technology advancement, the collection is also characterized by innovative fabrics, such as the “satin faded “. Although it is a synthetic fabric, after the first washing it acquires a similar touch to the cashmere. Finally, some outfits have magnetic buttons, which give the garments an additional key feature: Multifunctionality. In this way buyers has the possibility to wear the garments in different ways, depending on their needs.

Note The outerwear was selected for the “On Design and Research” exhibition, which was included in the “Fashion Perspectives 2017” events. Both the outerwear and the first two outfits were selected at Milano Unica in July 2017 to present the companies that gave the fabrics.


COLLECTION

Outerwear

Outfit 1

Outfit 2


Outfit 3

Outfit 4

Outfit 5


OUTERWEAR

Outerwear

Intern padding


MAGNETIC BUTTON invisible

ZIP that allows the use of the hood

MAGNETIC BUTTONS invisible to highlight the silhoutte

MAGNETIC BUTTONS invisible that join the padding to outerwear


HOOKS

HOOKS

Invisible ZIP

SLASH that reveals the lining caractherized by handcrafted manipulation


OUTFIT 1


OUTFIT 3


MAGNETIC BUTTONS that allow the use of sleeves

Invisible ZIP


Invisible ZIP


OUTFIT 4


OUTFIT 5


Invisible BUTTONS MAGNETIC

FOLD

Invisible ZIP


2. OCEAN ONE Ocean One is a project thought out for a hypothetical future society that, due to climate change, will need to change its usual way of living, which means start living underwater. As a consequence, a collection of clothing has been designed for different use cases of this population. The inspiration for each outfit was taken from the marine species, allowing in this way an optimal setting and coexistence with the surrounding environment. From the whole collection, the outfit of the farmer that has been realized, takes inspiration from the octopus. The similarity is clearly visible from the presence of the suckers on the jacket. The latter was selected for the exhibition “DesignXDesigner 2017� on the occasion of the Fuorisalone

In collaboration with: Giulia Ferretti, Elena Marangon, Beatrice Rossato


COLLECTION

Baby

Fish Farmer

Farmer

Sub Jogging

Explorer

Sub Jogging


Free Time

Sub Surfing

Free Time

Family Life

Child

Free Time


H2

O

H2

O

H2O

H2

O

H2O

LIGHT

BREATHABLE LAYER WITH WEIGHTS that help adherence to the underwater terrain

INSULATING LAYER breathable and waterproof

H2O


FARMER

INVISIBLE ZIP below which there is a pocket

SUCKERS

POCKET with velcro

ZIP

SUCKERS


3. MIMESIS Mimesis is a project that draws inspiration from a customary countryside landscape. The outfit, composed by a bodice and a skirt, is characterized by a strip fantasy, which has been made in a handmade way. The four colours, realized with a Degradè style, represent the 4 main elements that can be admired in the countryside: Earth, grass, the sky and the sun.


SKIRT AND BODICE

Invisible ZIP 3/4 circle SKIRT

PODLE SKIRT


4. STRUCTURED DENIM Structured Denim is a project inspired by contemporary architecture. The collection is addressed to an urban and in full motion woman. Faced with this hectic life, the pivotal fabric of the collection is denim. With its versatility it is suitable for any unexpected event that could present the day. Moreover, being a refined woman who is devoted to details, garments are characterized by a set of materialing workings, including the sashiko, the shibori and the origami. Finally the color palette is focused on shades of blue, which is the color that most mirrors the world of denim and that recalls the windows of skyscrapers.


COVERED BUTTONING

COVERED BUTTONING

FOLDS which a different length


OUTFIT 3


TEXTILE MANIPULATIONS

1. Candiani Workshop 2. Denim Twine 3. Blossom Uploading Romantic Line

4. Blossom Uploading Eccentric Line


1. CANDIANI WORKSHOP Candiani workshop is a project realized in collaboration with the Candiani company. It is a company founded in 1938 in the province of Milan and deals with the production of denim fabric. Candiani is based on the importance of Made in Italy, on sustainability and innovation, constantly seeking quality. The project consists in the manipulation of denim through different methods, from the use of bleach, to the extraction, up to the application of other materials.


Dark blue denim, has been marched according to different methods. In the upper part of the beams, the threads previously frayed were introduced following a precise geometric pattern. In the lower part, instead, pieces of denim were sewn through different points. The manipulation has the characteristic of being doubleface.

Dark blue denim was first marched by making some bartacks. The latter were used to insert red wire, to make the day stitch or as a decorative element. The manipulation has the characteristic of being double-face.


Dark blue denim was firstly rubbed on a striped surface using abrasive paper. Afterwards a compress of water and flour was applied. Once dry in some parts it has been covered with white or red thread.

Candiani black denim was first rubbed with abrasive paper. Then white paint was applied, following a precise pattern. Finally, two folds were made and stoped with a flush seam.


Blue denim was added to bleach in a gradual manner for thirty minutes.

Black denim was folded according to different methods, tied with twine and inserted into the bleach, where it remained for fifteen minutes.


Black denim was made by applying a compress of water and flour, following a precise design. The pack on the sides was scraped with a brush with the teeth. Once the compress is dry, the swatch has been inserted into a solution of bleach and muriatic acid.

Dark blue denim was folded creating 3 cm folds, then folded in half on itself and tied with twine. Finally it was left in a solution of bleach and muriatic acid for a total duration of 20 min.


White denim has been folded according to different methods and tied with string. Later it was inserted into a blue colored dye and dried keeping it still tied.

Blue plush denim was first wet and then gradually immersed in the bleach for a total of 25 min.


The dark blue denim was first rubbed on a surface caratherised by a geometric pattern. Later, white paint was applied only in some sections.

Dark blue denim was tied with string twine after being folded and folded on itself. Later it was placed in the bleach for thirty minutes..


Light blue denim was stamped with carded wool, burgundy and light blue.

Dark blue denim was stamped with carded wool and woollen yarn according to a precise geometric pattern.


Black denim was scraped with abrasive paper all over the surface. In the central part, the abrasion was greater, so much so that it came to the breaking of denim.

The black denim was removed and afterwards scraped, in some sections only with the abrasive paper, in others with the grater, causing the immediate breaking of the fibers.


2. DENIM TWINE Denim Twine is a project realized during the workshop in collaboration with the “Candiani� company. The plot was adopted as the basic theme. Every handmade has been carried out starting from the pulling out of the denim. This in turn was cut along strips of 1 cm, which were intertwined following a ratio of 1: 1. Finally, through different techniques, each work was given a different aspect.


Candiani white denim presents on one side the application of blue colored paint.

Candiani dark blue denim was sprayed on one side with silver-colored spray, having previously laid out rectangular pieces of denim in different sizes.


Different types of denim were woven randomly and sprayed only on one side with blue-colored paint.

Candiani white denim was sprayed with blue spray, using randomly placed stones as a shield.


Blue denim was woven with a 1: 1 ratio.

Blue-colored denim, initially woven, he was applied a compress of water and flour. Once dry, silver-colored spray was sprayed onto the surface.


Candiani blue denim has been braided and gradually immersed in bleach. Afterwards it was dried vertically, turning it 180 °.Finally the plot was washed to remove the residual bleach.

Candiani blue denim, woven and folded in a geometric way, was tied with twine and floated in bleach for 45 min both on one side and on the other. Once dry, it has been washed to remove the residual bleach.


3. BLOSSOM UPLOADING Romantic Line “BLOSSOM UPLOADING - Romantic Line� is a project immersed in the historical period of the sixties with the American model Corby Colleen as reference figure. A romantic atmosphere, characterized by a veil of melancholy, has been created around it. The designed collection presents overlapping fabrics, allowing to glimpse the characteristics of the underlying layer. There are lace and embroidery, which refer to a floral world.


The handmade was carried out using two layers of fabric: habotai silk and lace. The upper layer was made with previously cut lace flowers and then put together, creating in this way a cascade decoration.


The embroidery was made on crĂŞpe de chine. Initially the drawing was done on tissue paper to be able to use it as a support. Afterwards the embroidery has been faithfully reported through the stitch back.


The handmade was carried out using two layers of fabric: habotai silk and crĂŞpe de chine. On the silk, the underlying layer, has been relized a digital printing of a flower. On the upper layer, on the other hand, a writing has been made by embroidering, adopting the stitch back.


The handmade was carried out using two layers of fabric: habotai silk and crĂŞpe de chine. On the silk, the underlying layer, has been relized a digital printing of a flower. On the upper layer, on the other hand, a part of the flower was embroidered using the stitch back.


4. BLOSSOM UPLOADING Eccentric Line

“BLOSSOM UPLOADING - Eccentric Line� is a project immersed in a in the historical period of the sixties with the American model Anna Carina as reference figure. Around that, it was created an eccentric world, characterized by bright colors, decorations and cuts that attract the look of those around. The textile manipulations are characterized above all by rhinestones and sequins: elements that with the refraction of light create multiple plays of color.


Material processing is realized on PVC, where beads have been positioned following a very precise pattern.


The workmanship, made on jersey, consists of a print on which pieces of PVC were applied, cut following a precise pattern.


The print was made on a light weight taffeta, which is presented in two different colors.


Print was made on a light weight taffeta.


DIGITAL MODELING

Lectra Modaris Gerber Accumarck Rhinoceros


CLASSIC-STYLE MAN’S JACKET The modeling of the classic-style man’s jacket was made through the digital modeling program “Lectra Modaris”, which were later used to make the jacket in size 56.


Outerwear’s patterns

Lining’s patterns


MEN’S OUTERWEAR By adopting the digital program “Lectra Modarsi” the patterns for a men’s outerwear took place.

In collaboration with: Beatrice Rossato

Adhesive fabric’s patterns


WOMEN’S TROUSERS By adopting the digital program “Gerber” the realization of the patterns of a trousers took place, which was previously designed.

In collaboration with: Chiara Giusti


PANTS FRONT

PANTS BACK


SKIRT FRONT

SKIRT BACK

BODICE FRONT

BODICE BACK


SKIRT AND BODICE The realization of the patterns of the skirt and bodice took place through the digital modeling program “Gerber�. They were later used to make garments in size 42.


PERFUME “Dita Von Teese” The 3D model of the “Dita Von Teese” perfume was created using the Rhinoceros digital modeling program. Finally, through Keyshot, the object was rendered by testing both with real materials and with other possibilities.


MANUALLY MODELING

Geometric Manipulation Ocean One Mimesis Structured Denim


x2

YOKE front

Chest Line

x2

YOKE BACK

BACK Chest Line

Waist Line

SLEEVE

overlying part x2

Chest Line

SLEEVE

GL underlying part

Elbow Line

GL

FRONT

e Lin Waist

GL

GL C.B GL C.B

GL Fold GL Fold C.F

x2

CUFF


SHIRT-OUTFIT 1 Using the workshop base C.D.01, for the “Geometric Manipulation” collection, the pattern of the shirt of the outfit 1 was created manually. It is characterized by a square neckline, a sleeve and a silhouette more adherent to the body. Moreover, compared to the base, the carrè and the cuff were introduced, which can be closed by hooks.


SKIRT-OUTFIT 1 Using the workshop skirt base, G.D.01, for the “Geometric Manipulation� collection, the pattern of the skirt for the outfit 1 has been created manually. The base has been modified in order to obtain a skirt at the waist and more adherent to the silhouette. Moreover, by means of modeling procedures, the lining of the skirt also has the function of an underskirt which manifests the artisan manipulation.


BACK

also for the lining with handmade

Hip Line

Hemline

FRONT Lining with handmade

FRONT

side piece

Hip Line

Hemline

FRONT

central piece

Hip Line

Hemline

front x2

WAISTBAND

back x2

WAISTBAND

GL

Hip Line

Hemline

GL Fold

Fold GL

GL

GL

GL


FRONT

Waist Line

Hip Line

Hemline

BACK

side piece

Waist Line

Hip Line

Hemline

BACK

side x2

STRIPE

GL

handmade base

BACK

lower central piece

Hemline

Chest Line

Elbow Line

GL GL

BAN D MAGNETS front x2

GL

Fold GL

Fold GL

Fold GL

GL

GL

GL

Fold GL

GL

SLEEVE

BAND MAGNETS back x2

GL

GL


DRESS-OUTFIT 3 Using the workshop’s dress base, A.D.01, the pattern of the outfit 3 outfit from the “Geometric Manipulation” collection was created manually. It is characterized by a square neckline, the sleeves are detachable and the base has been made more adherent to the silhouette, almost becoming a sheath dress. On the back there is an artisanal manipulation, and the corresponding paper pattern was selected according to the geometric handmade module. The outfit was created in such a way as to obtain a play of color matches between the inside and the outside.

Fold

LINING front

Waist Line

Hip Line

LINING back

side piece

LINING back

central piece

LINING

band magnets front

GL

LINING back

side piece

LINING

bands magnets back

GL

Chest Line

Elbow Line

LINING sleeve STRIPE blue x 35

STRIPE burgundy x8

GL


SWEATER-OUTFIT 4 Using as combination structure shirt base without pince and the kimono sweatshirt, the pattern of the outfit 4 sweater from the “Geometric Manipulation� collection has been created manually. Then the latter was shortened and restricted. A square neckline has also been introduced, which also has an insert. Then the sweater is caractherised by a waistband with the function of shrinking the diameter of the sweater and giving the possibility to place it under the skirt.


Fold GL

BACK

X2

WAISTBAND

front

FACING

back

FACING

GL

FRONT

GL Fold Fold GL

Fold GL


Hip Line

BACK

Hip Line

POCKET BAG

GL

POCKET FACING

LINING front

Hip Line

LINING back

front x2

WAISTBAND

back x2

WAISTBAND

GL

FRONT

GL Hemline

GL

Hip Line

Hemline

GL Fold

Fold GL

GL

GL


SKIRT-OUTFIT 4 Using the workshop skirt base, G.D.01, for the “Geometric Manipulation�, the pattern of the skirt for the outfit 4 has been created manually. The base has been modified in order to obtain a skirt at the waist and more adherent to the silhouette. The waist is wider than 1 cm compared to the model of outfit 1, just to allow the insertion of the sweater inside. In addition, pockets have been created, which do not have the facing, a decision taken voluntarily, in order to obtain color matches between the inside and the outside.


SHIRT-OUTFIT 5 Using the workshop base C.D.01, for the “Geometric Manipulation� collection , the skirt pattern of the outfit 5 was created manually. It is characterized by a square neckline, a sleeve and a silhouette more adherent to the body. In addition, the opening was made on the center back and it consists of a magnetic zip, hidden by the box pleat.


Fold GL

FRONT

Chest Line

FACING front

FACING back

Chest Line

BACK

BOX PLEAT

SLEEVE

Chest Line

Elbow Line

GL

Chest Line

Waist Line

Fold Line GL

Chest Line

e Lin Waist

GL GL

Fold GL


FRONT below piece

Hip Line

FRONT folded piece

GL GL

FACING back

Hip Line

GL

GL

BACK

Knee Line

FACING front

FACING back

Hip L,ine

FRONT folded piece

Hip Line

Fold

Knee Line

GL

Hip L,ine

Knee Line

FACING front

Fold

FRONT below piece

GL

Fold GL

Fold

Fold

Fold

GL


TROUSER-OUTFIT 5 Using as a basis for the workshop, P.D.01, for the “Geometric Manipulation� collection , the pats pattern of outfit 5 has been created manually. The base has been modified in order to get a trouser at the waist, with two folds in front that extend along the entire length, a narrower leg width, almost to become a cigarette pants, and a zip on the center back.


OCEAN ONE

Interior POCKET x2

GL

LINING undersleeve

Using the men’s fitted jacket as a base, the “Ocean One” jacket pattern was created manually. The base was firstly restricted to the point of making it close to the body and more like a whole underwater. Chases were created on the upper part and along the sleeves in order to recall the marine species from which the inspiration was taken, that is the octopus. In addition, two long sleeve pockets have been created, which can be closed by velcro. Finally, along the two parallel cuts in the center front, invisible zips have been inserted which in turn can allow the use of two internal pockets, made of PVC.

ZIP

GL

ZIP POCKET LINING front below piece x2

GL

GL

x2

back

LINING sleeve LINING back x2

GL

Fold

GL

LINING front x2


POCKET X2

NECK X2

SHOULDER PAT front

SHOULDER PAT back

FRONT central piece x2

FRONT lateral piece x2

FRONT lateral piece x2

front

SHOULDER PART central piece

back

BACK

later below piece x2

BACK

later below piece x2

GL

BACK BACKbelow central centralpiece piece

GL

FRONT below piece x2

GL

D. F

SLEEVE C-B

SLEEVE B-A

Fold FRONT below piece x2

LINING pocket X2

GL

SLEEVE D-C

POCKET X2

GL

FACING back UNDERSLEEVE A-D

x2

CUFF

x2

CUFF

LINING sleeve below piece X2

ZIP ZIP

ZIP ZIP

Fold Fold

BACK central below piece

GL

Fold

ZIP ZIP

GL

GL

GL GL

GL

GL GL

GL GL GL

GL

GL

FACING front x2

FACING back

FACING front x2

GL

G Fold GL GL Fold GL

GL GL front

GL LINING shoulderpat central part

GL

GL GL

GL


FACING armhole front X2 GL GL

FACING armhole back X2

GL

GL

FRONT below skirt

BACK below skirt x2

WAISTBAND front x2

WAISTBAND back x2

C.B GL

C.F Fold GL

C.B GL

BACK overhead skirt


MIMESIS NECK back x4

BODICE back x2

As regards of the outfit of the “Mimesis� project, the basic pattern of the bodice and half circle skirt was adopted. In the case of the bodice a pince rotation was performed on the front, introduced a boat neck and an opening on the center back through a divisible zip. With regard to the skirt, on the other hand, 3/4 circle skirt and podle skirt have been superimposed. The overhead has a train on the back and on the front is instead shorter than the underlying. Finally the two skirts are joined by a waistband.

GL

C.B

GL

GL

NECK front x2

GL

C.F

BODICE front

GL

Fold

C.F

FRONT overhead skirt


GL

STRUCTURED DENIM

FACING back

FACING front dx

The “Structured Denim” project outfit was created starting from the paper patterns of the women’s shirt without pince and the basic pattern of the trousers. The pattern of shirt was first of all shortened to the waist height, made more adherent and removed the sidecut on the sides. The last step was made in order to create a set of folds all the same on the back. Shoulderpats and a volcano neck have been added. Finally, the opening of the shirt has been shifted farther to the right than the center front and it consists of a covered buttoning. As for the trousers, the basic pattern has been restricted, a basque and two side inserts added. To create a continuity with the shirt, also the trousers can be opened by a covered buttoning, but the latter has been moved to the left with respect to the center front.

GL

FACING front sx

GL

SHOULDERPAT front sx linea ginocchio

GL

linea ginocchio

GL

GL


SHIRT front sx

chest line

waist line

GL

Fold

GL

PEPLUM back x2

PEPLUM front interior sx

PEPLUM front sx

GL GL linea cavallo

linea cavallo

PEPLUM front interior dx

PANTALONE DAVANTI

PEPLUM front dx

GL

GL

SHOULDERPAT front dx GL

SHIRT back

PANTS back

PANTS lateral piece

SHOULDERPAT back

GL

G

FACING front

GL C.F

SHIRT front dx

chest line

GL

FACING back

chest line

waist line

waist line

GL Fold

GL C.F


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