Rhiannon Corner-Walker Portfolio
Contents CV - About me!
Product Development - Press release
Diversity: All Walks - Styled & edited
Working in Industry - Styled shoot
Miss Rhiannon Corner-Walker Mobile: 07908689962 Email: email@example.com DOB: 03/06/1993 - 19 Years Old Home: 19 Whincup Avenue, Knaresborough, North Yorks, HG5 0JH
Personal Statement: Currently in second year of a BA Hons Fashion Brand Management course at the University of Central Lancashire. I have a keen interest in fashion and ultimately want to further my career in the fashion industry. I am a polite and considerate person, I work well in a team and can also work independently. I’m a hard worker and get stuck into tasks straight away with no complaints. I enjoy building my skills and I am always looking for new opportunities to do so. I look forward to every aspect of the job. Education: BA Hons Fashion Brand Management (Sept 2011 - June 2014): Predicted a 2:2 BTEC Diploma in Fashion & Clothing (Sept 2009 - June 2011): Triple distinction GCSE’s (Sept 2004 - June 2009): 10 GCSE’s ranging from B-C Work Experience: Volunteering for RRP Leeds (Apr 2013 - June 2013): Support volunteer for Retail Ready People, to create a pop-up shop and work there in the short period it’s open. Building team skills and knowledge of every aspect of retail. Dispatch, Flying Colours Flagmakers (Apr 2012 – Aug 2012): Checking orders and packaging, to be sent to the customer. It built up my organization skills and proved I could work under pressure of a deadline. Sales Assistant, Topshop (Nov 2010 – Aug 2011): Started as a Christmas temp, kept on until leaving to attend University. Worked on the sales room floor serving customers, general housekeeping & organising. Occasionally left in charge of the shoe department, tidying up and fetching shoes for customers. It job built communication skills and taught me to work independently and in a team. Pot washer/food preparation, Prudames Cafe (Aug 2010 – Oct 2010): Waitress/food preparation, Croissant D’or (May 2009 – Nov 2009): Both of these jobs involved similar roles in the work place, preparing and serving food, washing pots and general housekeeping. Each job built confidence in communicating with the customers. References: On request!
Illustrator Skills: InDesign Skills: Photoshop Skills:
Brief: To come up with a new product or service for an existing brand.
Mulberry Perfume: Used illustrator skills to design a perfume bottle.
Used photoshop skills to create a promotional advert for the perfume.
Created new pages for the Mulberry website using illustrator.
Using illustrator to create a mock press pack to send to journalists. Wrote a press release and made a small sample of the perfume for them to test.
Diversity: All Walks Brief: To promote beauty in fashion from a different angle. http://youtu.be/ZzcqUB5o13k Stills from the fashion film. Used the images then changed the effect in iMovie.
These images show the â€˜fightâ€™ scene within the fashion film.
Diversity: All Walks
This image shows the breakdown of â€˜normalâ€™ models.
This image is from the end of the fashion film. Showing that size no longer matters.
Working in Industry Brief: To work alongside Debenhams in Preston to communicate the 60’s look with the given sub-brand. Chose the outfits from the Ben de Lisi brand within Debenhams. Also used prime Preston locations for the shoot.
Styled the shoot using Ben de Lisi’s collection to represent the 60’s era.
Working in Industry Worked closely with a team of seven
Picked the outfits for the most appropriate locations. Accessorised the outfits with Debenhams accessories.
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2nd year Fashion Brand Management portfolio.