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Tiffany Lei Chung EDUCATION 2008-Present

University of Cincinnati College of DAAP Major: Fashion Design, class of 2013. G. P. A. 3.7/4.0

2004-2008

AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS College

Cincinnatus Scholarship, Dean’s List

High School

Scholar Athlete, District, State, Zones Swimming Qualifier, WBL Champs 20042008, Four year Varsity letter winner

Lima Shawnee High School, Lima, OH G. P. A. 3.9/4.0

ACTIVITIES & INTERESTS WORK EXPERIENCE Sep-Dec 2010

Mar-Jun 2010

2008-2010

White House Black Market, Fort Myers, FL Knits and Sweaters Design Intern Assisted head knits and sweaters designer with minor alterations and tech pack updates in Excel Assembled and organized seasonal trend boards Updated trim books in Web PDM and colormultiplied using Illustrator Aeropostale New York, NY Color and Concept Design Intern for P.S. from Aeropostale Helped with the color and print process of the kids division by working with the Senior designer/colorist Assembled, updated, and compiled the seasonal color library, lab dip books, and color cards Assisted in compiling seasonal trend boards Macy’s Lima, OH Seasonal Sales Representative Aided customers in merchandise selection Provided excellent customer service

College

Traveled to Paris for a study tour in Spring 2010, DAAP Ambassador, Member of the Fashion Design Student Association (FDSA), Assisted backstage at the DAAP fashion show, Krohn Conservatory Volunteer, Community Volunteer for Cincinnatus Competition, Kennedy Heights Art Center Volunteer,

High School

Shawnee High School Varsity Swim Team 2004-2008, Avatar-Literature & Art Club, Drama Club, Lima YMCA Swim Instructor & Youth Program Volunteer

SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE

Scored a 98/100 on the Farnsworth-Munsell Hue test Mac OSX, Computer programs including Adobe programs such as Illustrator, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, InDesign, Flash, Excel, Web PDM Sewing experience as well as fashion illustrations, flat drawings, and pattern-making

2933 Westimber Ct. | Lima, Oh 45805 | 567-204-2668 | chungty@mail.uc.edu


Experimental Design: Aileron

Final Project Board for experimental design based on concept of flight. Jet planes were used for inspiration. The title comes from plane terminology and ailerons are the flaps on the wings that control direction. The board contains 5 sketches, front and back flats, a color story, background image, and ideas for fabrics.


Experimental Design: Beguiled in Benin

Fashion proposal consisting of a look based off of an issue (political, social, environmental, etc.) and architecture that incorporates the entire theme. The title refers to Benin, the country in Africa in which a woman working for Peace Corp. was brutally murdered. My issue involved the Peace Corp. and how they tried to cover up this murder, along with 22 others that have occured in the last 50 years. The jacket’s hood represents the mysterious shroud around Peace Corp.’s secrecy and the fact that the mouth is covered shows how those victims cannot speak out for themselves.


Experimental Design: Crescendo

Fashion proposal consisting of an armor-like look based on an object to represent a greater theme: in my case, a gown made of whistles that represents music and the happiness it brings listeners.


Experimental Design: Slick

Fashion proposal consisting of a neutral-colored look based on a pliable, nontextile material that meant something important to your past. In my case, silicone from a swim cap because I have been a swimmer my entire life and I have both lovely and bittersweet memories.


Fashion Illustrations

Color Marker figure sketches using the “Rearrange Scamper Method.� The mesh in the bathing suits is rearranged to help create new ideations.


Fashion Illustrations

Color Marker figure sketches using the “Magnify Scamper Method.� The jacket sleeves, jacket length, and dress length all get longer. This method is used to help keep price in mind when designing. The more fabric used, the more expensive the garments.


Red Dress Project

In collaboration with the American Heart Association, a Red Dress design based off of a spider and web and presented on a mood board with research images and the final design sketch


Design Construction: Final Blouse Design

Petal-sleeve blouse with large double ruffle standing collar 3 black and gold button closures down left side Based on the Elizabethan ruff


Design Construction: Final Skirt Design

Slim skirt with angular panels based on samurai armor and origami


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