Explaining A Moodboard For Dummies | Wardrobe

I usually find inspiration through online platform (i.e. Pinterest, Instagram and Youtube), catwalks, films, television shows and of course the streets. If I am looking for a specific material I will go visit some concept stores or vintage stores.

In every project, I will be briefed by the director. It will give me an idea of the aesthetic of the project and what I'm expected to do for wardrobe, accessories and style. I can even get a storyboard if it's a film and a script if there are dialogues.

 

Usually its a choices of color for the whole project. It should be specific depending on project.

After my ideas are clear and my brain had a good rest to process all of that, I start creating mood boards or any other kind of support to communicate my ideas with the producer/director/agency and client.

Finalize and the random arrangement | it could be good if you can label some info for the usage of the style/colour | brilliant if you can state why

After my ideas are clear and my brain had a good rest to process all of that, I start creating mood boards or any other kind of support to communicate my ideas with the producer/director/agency and client.

Then , SOURCING!


Prepared by,
Justin Rahman
Art Director


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