The Evans Group Helps Creativity Thrive With Fashion Drawing Tips

Los Angeles clothing manufacturer The Evans Group, always a staunch ally of established and emerging independent designers, regularly offers crucial creative advice. Digital fashion illustration is huge in the industry and is becoming an effective

Los Angeles clothing manufacturer The Evans Group, always a staunch ally of established and emerging independent designers, regularly offers crucial creative advice.

Digital fashion illustration is huge in the industry and is becoming an effective way to communicate designs to pattern makers and seamstresses.

—Jennifer Evans

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, June 8, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — In his latest blog post, Fashion Drawing: A Beginner’s GuideTEG explores the importance of fashion illustration, how it works and how it is the basis of a successful luxury clothing line.

Fashion design: the basis of a clothing line
The creative base needs to be built before the seamstresses and pattern makers get to work creating a cohesive fashion collection.

As such, the experts at The Evans Group offer sound fashion illustration advice. Initially, TEG clarifies all questions about what a fashion design is.

“Fortunately, fashion designs are simple. A fashion drawing is an early design tool to allow [fashion designers] visualize clothing and accessories to fully develop [a] clothes collection.

TEG goes on to mention the important fashion mood board, which serves as a creative starting point for all creative ideas and decisions.

This is [a] fashion blueprint and represents some of the first steps in the creative process, aside from a fashion mood board.

The bespoke fashion production house has a stunning track record of helping designers around the world achieve proven results. Whether working alongside designers like Greg Lauren or Kate McDonald, the TEG formula definitely works.

What are the fashion design requirements?
Inexperienced with a sketchbook and pencil? It doesn’t affect much, says TEG.

According to TEG, designers don’t even have to be amateur fashion designers to develop a successful brand or clothing line.

“Nope, [designers] you don’t need to be able to draw well to create complete fashion drawings and sketches. [Independent designers} can still launch a clothing line with zero drawing skills! While it’s great to have drawing techniques and a sense of proportion, there are ways to draw fashion without even picking up a pencil.”

While that may seem dubious to an outsider unfamiliar with the clothing industry, TEG points to the importance of digital fashion drawing and AutoCAD prevalence.

“Digital fashion illustration is huge in the industry and is becoming an effective way to communicate designs to pattern makers and seamstresses. In short, while it helps to be able to draw well, it doesn’t stop [designers] to create a unique seam.

This is what turns out to be a huge attraction for the TEG manufacturing process: accessibility for those who have no prior knowledge. Instead of monitoring the fashion industry, TEG allows those who are hesitant or reluctant to try their hand at fashion design to develop the clothing brand of their dreams.

To sum up, not knowing how to develop a fashion design is not an excuse not to be creative.

Fashion Drawing Tips with TEG

In addition to promoting sustainability in the fashion industry and being vocally anti-fast mode, TEG provides many tips. With fashion design, it’s a bit the same thing.

The first and arguably most important aspect of fashion design is knowing human anatomy. After all, designers will spend hours drawing what their clothes look like on mannequins.

If designers don’t familiarize themselves with human anatomy, future clothing designs are likely to skew and create more confusion.

Something everyone can appreciate, color palettes play a huge role in creating clothes.

“Not only does a figurine with colors pop out of the paper, but it can also easily spark other creative ideas and inspirations.”

And sometimes it’s the most minor details that make a look come together in surprising ways. One way is to draw different hairstyles.

“While we always focus on the fashion in a design, it’s essential to pay attention to the other details. A beautiful hairstyle can bring together a fashion illustration and create an “uncertain” look [a] cornerstone style. Practice drawing different hairstyles on different head shapes. By diversifying the models, [designers add more options to their] sketchbook.

Developing clothes with the Evans group

In addition to helping designers develop their personal styles, TEG goes far beyond the creative brainstorming phases.

What happens after all the fashion designs are finished? The garment manufacturing process begins in earnest.

At The Evans Group, independent designers will then work alongside the production team to ensure the development of a clothing line runs smoothly. This process includes multiple quality checks and meetings with the garment designer.

Choose American-made

Working with a national apparel manufacturer like TEG helps designers in more ways than one. In addition to supporting American apparel manufacturers, fashion designers gain hands-on experience in the apparel industry.

Being close to the production process offers some serious “benefits,” like having unfettered access to a clothing line during production. When designers choose to outsource their clothing line, they are at the mercy of apparel manufacturers and distributors located thousands of miles away.

With domestic production made in Los Angeles, independent designers can quickly check production, see if everything is running to specification. This means that if a sudden overhaul needs to be done, it’s much more likely that a talented seamstress can nip it in the bud.

Low minimum order quantities in Los Angeles

Proudly touting a flexible “no minimum” policy, the Los Angeles-based sustainable apparel maker is once again opening its doors to new designers. There is no minimum order quantity at TEG. A low minimum order quantity (MOQ) allows even the most hesitant designers to order just a few sample garments.

It is an invaluable policy that creates a more constructive, positive and creative environment in an industry filled with massive MOQs.

From early brainstorming sessions in the TEG LA studio to sketchbooks and subsequent planning, TEG offers designers a massive resource for creating a clothing brand.

Learn more about the Evans Group (TEG)
The Evans Group, founded in 2005, is a full-service fashion development and production house based in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Since its inception, The Evans Group has worked with over 2,000 clothing brands and designers to create luxury apparel.

Learn more about The Evans Group on their website: https://tegintl.com

Jennifer Evans
The Evans Group
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