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Draping—the art of using cotton muslin to create womenswear directly on a dress form—is an essential skill for fashion designers.
Starting with the basics of choosing and preparing the dress form for draping, Part 1 advances through pinning, trimming, and clipping, and creating shape using darts and tucks. Draping projects include Audrey Hepburn's dress from Breakfast at Tiffany’s and a bustier by Christian Lacroix.
Each skill and technique is explained with step-by-step photographs, specially-commissioned videos, and audio recordings by Karolyn Kiisel bringing the art of creating womenswear in three dimensions to life.