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Want to learn more elaborate applications of Shingo Sato’s Transformational Reconstruction? Click here to register for Monday’s web seminar to learn how to be a fashion architect!

Nicole Marét has received multiple awards for her highly conceptual and impeccably constructed ‘wearable art,‘ and currently operates as a freelance graphic designer, costume designer and wardrobe consultant for the film industry. She launched her first collection, called The Ørder, in December of 2013. You won’t want to miss out! click here to register for Monday’s web seminar.

The advanced web seminar will demonstrate more elaborate applications of this technique, teaching you how to further manipulate existing garment pieces into sculptural works of art with structural, three-dimensional detail. Register for Monday’s web seminar if you’re wanting to learn more about Shingo Sato’s Transformational Reconstruction!

What You’ll Learn:


  • How to create advanced style lines in 3D on basic bodice, skirt and dress muslins
  • How to apply the ‘slash-and-spread’ technique method to the deconstructed pieces
  • How to combine these pieces to create completely different garments with tangible, three-dimensional detail such as protruding geometric shapes, knots, and accordion folds

Who Should Attend:

In this follow-up web seminar, fashion architect Nicole Marét will again reference Shingo Sato’s Transformational Reconstruction, as well as Tomoko Nakamichi’s Pattern Magic to further explore this relationship. Sato and Nakamichi’s strategies are simple, but lay the foundation for significantly more complex designs that would be much more difficult to achieve using traditional pattern making methods. The first web seminar demonstrated the basics, showing how to create new style lines and patterns on a bodice using Shingo Sato’s techniques.

The advanced web seminar will demonstrate more elaborate applications of this technique, teaching you how to further manipulate existing garment pieces into sculptural works of art with structural, three-dimensional detail.

Have a question about a specific part of this technique? There will be a Q&A session at the end of the web seminar where you can ask Nicole any questions you have, and no question goes unanswered!

Can’t attend the live web seminar? Everyone who registers will receive a recording of the event in a thank-you email that goes out on the Thursday after the live event, along any downloads or resources referenced during the web seminar, and will have the ability to ask any follow-up questions via email.

Click here to register for Monday, February 24th’s live web seminar at 11:00am EST (4:00pm GMT).

Hope to see you all there!

1 Comment

  • Missing

    Mar 1, 2014, 01.56 AMby njnow02

    I’m sorry I had to miss this one but the first webinar with Nicole was fabulous.

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