My adventure in Paris shops. Interesting and simple clothes by French designers.

author Paukshte Fashion Workshop   2 мес. назад
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DIY: How to make a dress without a pattern. Sewing a dress with dolman sleeves.

I show you a lot of different techniques and designs. Today we are going to make a dress with one-piece sleeves. The dress will be made of jersey fabric. Natalie will help me today. First we will show you how to take measurements. After that we’ll show you the sketch once again. The 1st measurement is the bust. Me bust measurement is 118cm, so I write down that ½ bust is There will be seams both on the center back and the center front. The bottom will be overcast. The neckline will be edged with the bias binding. Bust, waist, hips, back width, back length, item length, sleeve length, sleeve circumference - these are the only measurements we need. I’m not going to make a pattern of tracing paper. I’ll be drawing right on fabric. The length of my item is 105cm. You can make it as long as you want. I’ll show you how to draw a dress on fabric, how to mark the measurements and how to draw sleeves. I will also show you what is different in the back and the front. I want to make a dress with ¾ sleeves. You can make a dress with long sleeves. What should you do if you have a tight waist? Draw a side seam the way I did, and then make a waist tuck. If you draw a round side seam, you won’t be able to make a dress fit you. The only things we need to change in the front are the neckline and the shoulder. Learn to sew using this technique. It’s very convenient. The technique doesn’t depend on a body. It’s the same for all bodies. My body is perfectly square, and so is my pattern. You can see that the piece of fabric I’m using is bigger than needed to make a dress. Remember that we will need to cut a bias binding. You can make a neckline as deep as you want. Everything is so simple. I think that it will take you about 10-15 minutes to make such dress. Do not forget to make notches on the waistline. I decided to make this seam just because I like seams on the center front. You don’t necessarily have to make it. Now you know how to make such an amazing dress fast and easy. You can make it wider or more close fitting. This is a very comfortable casual dress. I can wear it to work. Such dresses are very convenient. Be different and beautiful. My name is Paukshte Irina. Guys, please, subscribe to my channel, write comments, share videos and press the “like” and “bell” buttons! I really need your support! Thank you!

DIY: Conversation about the importance of small details. Tips on sewing and design.

Today I want to talk to you about small details. I decided to bring up this topic because I'm making a skirt with a lot of small details – pockets, top stitching, fly front, yoke on the back. When I put this skirt on together with a top or blouse, all these small details will be hidden underneath. This is what I'm going to tell you today why we actually do need all of these small details. Accurately made items make you feel good. When you wear a skirt with a fly front, accurate waistband, belt loops, you feel absolutely different from wearing a simple skirt with elastic waist. As I’ve already said, in this case you do not only look better, but also feel better. You may have noticed that some fashion brands make jackets very beautiful not only from the right, but also from the wrong side. It is done for people to feel confident wearing these clothes. Such small details are very important! This is why it so important which sewing techniques are used to make a dress or skirt, how it was overcast, whether it was edged or not. Why do we need all of these details? The answer is simple – to feel good. We are the best psychologists for ourselves. No one can tell you what to do or what to wear better than you. These small details are very important! Be different and beautiful. My name is Paukshte Irina. Guys, please, subscribe to my channel, write comments, share videos and press the “like” and “bell” buttons! Thank you!

haute couture moulage, draping at Christian Dior

An example of direct draping technique (moulage), by a modelist at Christian Dior. A remake from a 1939 gown*. * designed for the house of Robert Piguet.

How to recognize poor vs. good quality in clothes (in 5 points) | Justine Leconte

This video explains how to spot (cheap) bad quality clothing and what high quality would look like. You don't need to be a fashion designer to learn how to recognize poor quality! I tackle the following 5 points: - Good fit / Good cut - Colors / Dyeing - Prints / Appliqués / Jacquards - Fabrics / fibers - Sewing quality / Stitching / Threads ... and THANK YOU for 50,000 SUBSCRIBERS ON THIS CHANNEL!!! Thumbs up if you liked this video! Any question? Comment below. New videos: Wednesday 5pm & Sunday 12pm (Paris/Berlin time). Take care! Justine ************************************* FIBERS MENTIONED - The core 4 natural ones: cotton, silk, linen and wool. - The "new" natural ones (with better properties, derived from natural materials): modal (better than cotton), viscose (made from wood), tencel (made from bamboo). - The most common synthetic ones: acetate (this one is old and not breathable, stay away!), rayon (a substitute for silk), nylon, acrylic (a substitute for wool), polyamid, elathane (great to make e.g. a cotton fabric or denim fabric bounce back after you have moved!) You can see the fabrics I use for my collection here: www.justineleconte.com/shop ************************************* ONE VIDEO FROM LAST WEEK Find out your skin undertone (warm, cool or neutral): https://youtu.be/hw_ie8PUXGI ************************************* SOCIAL Instagram: JustineLeconte_officiel Facebook: Justine Leconte Fashion Twitter: JustineLeconteO Pinterest: jleconteberlin My website (current collection): www.justineleconte.com/shop Business requests: info@justineleconte.com #fashion #fashiondesign #shopping #quality

How to Use the Paris Metro (ENGLISH) - Travelling from Paris Airport to City Centre

As one of the objectives of AIDe en francais is to help non-French speakers who travel to France for business or vacation by giving them practical information so that they can have an easier life in France and can enjoy their stay rather them struggling with French language. Therefore, in this video, I will give you 3 simple tips on how to use or ride the Paris metro which includes how to identify your travel zones, how to buy a ticket in the Paris metro or Paris RER and finally how to change metro from one line to another. This channel will be helpful for you if you travel very often to France for vacation or business, or if you want to learn French just for fun or if you are an IB French, IGCSE French, GCSE French, O Level French, CBSE French student or if you are planning to migrate to French speaking territory and want to pass DELF or TCF or French SAT. Please subscribe to AIDe en Français – AID in French. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEqbC3GT-tojzCMPHwy_wuQ Note: There is an error on the last page of this video. The correct form is: Merci de m'avoir écouté!

There are a lot of amazing shops in Paris. I liked one so much that I’ve decided to show it to you.
I’m going to show you different clothes, then I’ll buy a couple of them, and you can write if you agree with my choice in comments.
What is also very important is that the clothes in this shop are of pretty simple design, so we can make such ones ourselves.
Most of them are made just of 2 simple square piece of fabric stitched together and decorated.
I know what I’m going to buy, but I want you to have a look at different clothes presented in this shop.
I love Paris, I love fashion, and I love you my dear subscribers!
What do you think of the items I showed you today?
Be different and beautiful.
My name is Paukshte Irina.
Guys, please, subscribe to my channel, write comments, share videos and press the “like” and “bell” buttons!
I really need your support!
Thank you!

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