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w.i.p.s wednesday: Eva Franco on the design process

In Issue #13, I shared my experience about visiting the Eva Franco studio in Los Angeles last summer. It was an amazing experience to meet with Eva and see the full scope of her fashion enterprise: from the inspirations and sketches to the samples, manufacture and warehousing. I'll be posting more about Eva throughout the day—let's start with her design process!

Reader Comments (1)

Loved the video! Kind of highlights the ways in which one can over-complicate the creative process - well, the way that I can, anyway. Something as simple as pins and look what a beautiful result! Good to remember. :)

Looking forward to more!
June 6, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterUncle Beefy
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