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BAILEY WALKER I am presently attending Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma pursuing a B.S. in Design, Housing and Merchandising with option: Apparel Design and Production (AFAA Affiliated) and a Minor in Studio Art. Â The following pages are examples of my work.


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810 S. Washington St., Stillwater, OK, 74074 (405) 414-8188 | bailey.l.walker@okstate.edu

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Florence University of the Arts: Fashion Design Studio 1


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810 S. Washington St., Stillwater, OK, 74074 (405) 414-8188 | bailey.l.walker@okstate.edu

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CAD Design Knit Project


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Sustainable Design Project


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Problem Statement While there are many different issues within the clothing industry that have damaging effects to our environment, clothing and textile waste has proven to be extremely detrimental to the planet.

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Research I first conducted research on how insects shed their cuticle and I how firstitconducted how insects shed research their cuticle is eaten as aresearch source foron nutrients. I then began on and organic that would not be biodegradable, but would how it ismaterials eaten as a source foronly nutrients. I then began research on also be compostable and fertilize the ground soil. I read about organic materials that would not only be biodegradable, but would invasive species, such as the Eastern Red Cedar and other also be compostable and fertilize the ground soil. I read about compostable fibers I could combine the materials of the tree to invasive asfabric. the Eastern Red Cedar and other produce aspecies, soft and such durable I then researched about

Life Principles This design concept incorporates several different biomimetic life principles, such as being resource (material and energy) efficient, being locally attuned and responsive, and adapting to changing conditions. Research I first conducted research on how insects shed their cuticle and how it is eaten as a source for nutrients. I then began research on organic materials that would not only be biodegradable, but would also be compostable and fertilize the ground soil. I read about invasive species, such as the Eastern Red Cedar and other compostable fibers I could combine the materials of the tree to produce a soft and durable fabric. I then researched about different vegetable seeds that are easy to grow and small in size, and researched about green coating that would cover the fabric so that it would be water resistant and biodegradable. Target Audience The target audience for this design would be consumers who care about the environment and are aware of the damaging effects the clothing industry causes to the planet, fashion designers who want to produce more sustainable clothing and fabrics, as well as horticulturist and farmers who find interest in clothing that can eventually grow plants and make compost.


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810 S. Washington St., Stillwater, OK, 74074 (405) 414-8188 | bailey.l.walker@okstate.edu

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Introduction to Design Project


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Zipper on back of neck. Ruffles on neckline, sleeves, and bottom hem.

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Description Date Category Sample Size Size Scale

High neckline with rufes 5/1/15 Juniors 2 0-14


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810 S. Washington St., Stillwater, OK, 74074 (405) 414-8188 | bailey.l.walker@okstate.edu

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Case Study for Scholarship


M AT E R I A L S THE EVERWEAR C OLLEC TION IS C R E AT E D US ING S U S TA I N A B L E M AT E R I A L S MADE FR OM R EPUR P OS E D FAB R IC S AND F IB E R S .

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Deconstructing old textiles and breaking them down to their original fibers can be repurposed to create a new spun fiber, creating wonderful new fabrics. Natural fibers such as cotton and wool, along with fabrics made from polyester to create stretch can be used to produce these fabrics.

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RED DIRT

Each cut pattern will be screen printed with various designs found in nature, such as spider webs, leaf prints, and various cracks found in rocks. By zooming into the natural patterns found in nature, subtle prints can be printed onto the fabric to create unique garments that also tie into the nature inspired theme of the Everwear collection.


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810 S. Washington St., Stillwater, OK, 74074 (405) 414-8188 | bailey.l.walker@okstate.edu

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Jewelry and Metals class: Poem Project


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810 S. Washington St., Stillwater, OK, 74074 (405) 414-8188 | bailey.l.walker@okstate.edu

Bailey Walker Portfolio  

I am presently attending Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma pursuing a B.S. in Design, Housing and Merchandising with option:...