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1. about me information contact

2. kamjonki .semester womenswear

3. the nutcracker bachelorthesis graduation collection

4. what keeps you awake semester master women and menswear

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bout me

my name is stephanie kadner and i‘m fashiondesign student at reutlingen university.i‘m creative, hard-working and resistant. besides i‘m not affraid of new Challenges and of course i‘m always ready to do my best. my collections always represent a part of mine therefore they are fanciful and a lot of details are included.

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personal information stephanie kadner pestalozzistrasse zimmer reutlingen

skills & languages adobe photoshop, illustrator, indesign microsoft word, powerpoint grafis v11 and vstitcher pattern making, sewing, draping, knitting, stiching, digitalprinting, prints, drawing

stephaniekadner hotmail.de stephanie_christine.kadner student. german, english, spanish reutlingen-university.de

education & work experience 1999-2011 Ostendorfer gymnasium neumarkt graduation: a level 2011-2012 design academy weiden 2012-2013 internship at dressmaking miccas

2013-2016 fashiondesign studies at reutlingen university Bachelor of arts in fashion and textieldesign 2015 internship for 6th month at designdepartment of lala berlin 2016-2018 masterstudies fashiondesign at reutlingen university

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womenswear fall / winter 2016 / 2017 semester project (5th semester)

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Childhood - Folklore - Memories.

Breathing in, I´m standing here in my mothers home town. She is polish, even though her family moved quite early to Germany. Now I´m back at her birthplace Kamjonki, the place where everything began.

Inspired by my own family history, I want to reinvent typical polish elements in this fall/ winter collection 2016/17 and combine them in fragments with my live here and now.

Straight lines meet wide patterns and kittenish details like fringes, cording, laces, pearls and embroidery. The Kamjonki mountains worked as a base for a knitdesign which finds itself as a pattern element. The strong and sharp mountain edges are attached in form of Swarovski stones.

Kamjonki means to draw a bow between my historical background and the defined straight world of today.

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womenswear spring / summer 2017 bachelorthesis / graduation collection

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Lightness - Illusion - Dance.

Inspired by the ballet production, I´m reflecting a little girl‘s dream. A ballet dancers facility is expressed. PlissĂŠ and tender, flowing fabrics combined with leather and wool are used with different rose tones, creme and white nuances.

In contrast to the lightness stands the gravity of the mouse kings army. Military green nuances and uniform details are to be found: big attached patch pockets, epaulettes, pantsuits, doubled button tabs and straight cut jackets, as well as bomber jackets.

Concern of the collection is the basic wearability, while the focus of most looks lies on the back details.

Illustrations in form of digital prints or embroidery patches are also part of the design story: Sweets and the nutcracker himself are attached to blouses, tops, dresses and often to be found as a printed liner.

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womenswear / menswear fall / winter 2017 / 2018 semester project ( 1st semester master )

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Dreams - reality - fantasy. Two men, one wearing all white, the other all black. Confusion, disorientation. Was it all a dream or just a strange reality? Inspired by a memory of which I don´t know if it was just a dream, „What keeps you awake“ is a fall/winter collection designed with the classical

Valentino

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reinvented by me. Cherry blossom embroidery and foil printing meet chain-link fence inspired decorative stitching made by a manipulated and deconstructed chainstitch machine. Cut-outs represent fence holes. The typical Valentino red finds itself over and over again, as well as Valentino stylistic elements as quilling and tucked fabric. The collection is half male and female and is correlate to the spirt of time and trend to go beyond limits and conformity. The cut guidance is more wide but elegant d´accord to the typical Valentino style.

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stephanie_christine.kadner@student.reutlingen-university.de

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