Since deciding on Louise Goldin as my designer for this project, I have been extensively researching her work. I started with her graduate collection & her working history, how she moved up so quickly in her career. She was recognised for her creative, unique knits that are now her renowned signature style.
I have learnt how she created a name for herself & what schemes she has been involved with. Some of these I had not heard of before which of course has opened my eyes to the possibilities that are out there in the industry. I wasn’t aware that there were so many opportunities/support for emerging designers to be part of. As I have researched Goldin’s collections thoroughly, I am able to see how her style has changed over the years & how she has developed her label into something international & special.
Now I am going to look at the other schemes Goldin has been involved with and also collaborations that she has worked on with other designers/brands. This is an important area for any creative designer as it is common for different paths to cross such as fashion photography, graphic design, advertising etc.
Below is a link to a document that I made, outlining all the areas of Louise Goldin’s work/brand that I want to research.
Below are images of Goldin’s collections since her breakthrough at Fashion East to S/S 2014.