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DRESS MAKER Non - Traditional


fave: What would you say is your favourite part of fashion.


Kim:My favourite part of fashion is seeing how people express personality or mood through their look. It is all about creativity.


fave: How did you start making news paper dresses, what inspired you.


Kim:Well, I saw some photos of beautiful newspaper dresses on the internet. I thought it would be very inter- esting to give it a try and I started out making a simple one.


fave: Have you created other designs, with other materi- als.


Kim: Yeah in the past I have played around with differ- ent materials just for fun. I made a dress one day with some flowery fabric I had around the house. Not the sort of fabric you would use for a dress, but that’s what made it fun and interesting.


fave: What other mediums or materials are you looking to design with.


Kim:I’m not sure I am interested in continuing design- ing. It is a lot of fun, but I have other ideas that I would like to explore a little more.


fave: Would you ever consider a career in fashion. Kim: Of course.


Getting to know > Kim Acosta faves:


Colour: Black Designer: Model: Wardrobe item: Navy Blue summer dress Accessory: turquoise ring Beauty product: Liquid eyeliner Green Beauty Product: Josie Maran’s Magic- Marker Argan Liquid eyeliner. Song right now: Lazy song-Bruno Mars.


fave: Your FB is filled fun photo shoot sessions of you and friends. When did your love for fashion start.


Kim: My interest for fashion probably started at the age of 13 which is when most teens become conscious about their appearance. That’s also when I first bought a small digital camera with my own money and I would go out and take pictures of everyone and everything!


Kim wearing her very own newspaper dress. 45


fave: What part of the fashion industry would you like be part of


Kim: I’m definitely interested in pursuing a career in the fashion industry, but I am leaning more towards photography actually. I’ve always loved being able to capture the beautiful things in life.


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