Final projects have finally come to an end. This quarter has provided me with some great portfolio pieces that I am so excited to share. This quarter I was enrolled in Fashion Aesthetics and Style, Retail Buying Simulations, and Intro to Anthropology (random, I know). But in all of these classes I created some awesome pieces including a brand extension proposal and a 6 month buying plan.
One of my favorite assignments was my final for Intro to Anthropology. We basically had the freedom to create anything we wanted as long as it tied back to a concept we learned in the class. I was inspired by the first tools made by early humans so I decided to make a method of carrying tools using a material that would have been available to homo sapiens. I created a roll up tool case made from alligator skin (vegan of course) and vegan leather cording. It features four slots for tools or cords, and a zippered pocket. It conveniently rolls up into an easy to carry case. Leave a comment below and let me know what you think about it! And to check out more of my work, take a look at my portfolio!