WORKING TREND MOODBOARD Source by: Fashion-Era
WORKING TREND MOoDBOARD
he trend we decided to follow was ‘Women Empowerment’ initiated by Mariama, we all agread was a great idea, as a result of all the political happenings in the world and how women are increasingly taking men rules in work places and at home, as single mothers. We decided to split the task by doing individual research on woman of power and feminist movements, exploring political figures, sport heroes, fashion designers, feminist speakers and entertainers. My appointed task was to research fashion designers supporting the movement. we decided to use the imagery of Karl Lagerfeld’s fashion feminist demonstration Spring/Summer 2014. Other images we used for the moodboard of Hillary Clinton, as a female political representative, by Tia. Sport figure Serena Williams and Natalya Neidhert by Esstelle. Malala Yousafzai female education activist by Mariama. Other imagery we used is of Rosie the Rivera with the quate “We can do it”.
Another famous poster we implemented is of the USA employment service from1943. The image of the Guerrilla Girls who also are female activists fighting proffesional discrimination by Tia. We also used the imagery of famous of transgender women like Laverne Cox and Caitlyn Jenner representing how women are becoming increasingly influential in todayâ€™s society. The key words we used are; HISTORY, EQUALITY, GAME CHANGERS, INSPIRATION. Tia and Myself bought the board and stock images on with the agreement of us all.
This is some ideas from the internet for the moodboard. At the time of research we believed we needed to include the fashion trend.
WOMEN LOOK POWERFUL AND SEXY IN BLAZERS AND OTHER MASCULINE INSPIRING OUTFITS. WOMEN ARE MORE CAPABLE OF SHAPING INTO ANY TREND. IT IS ALL A PART OF FEMALE EMPOWERMENT
Some of my research I did was on Pinerest to support our trend moodboard. inspiration more for styling, at the time of research before the feedback from peers review session.
The final process of the
research and my imagry came from Karl Lagefeldâ€™s Feminist Demonstration for Chanel Spring/ Summer 2015, for Paris fashion week. In our feedback we were told to use something more up-to-date in the future, which we took on board.
Some of the
models including Gisele Bundchen decided to be part of the protest to instead of just watching to support the movment which I find inspiring.
images from amp.theguardian.com