my name is Sarah and I'm a fashion designer. The last three years I worked for a young fashion company as designer in the female department. Currently I work as a freelance in fashion and print design.
My prints are strongly inspired by the nature and colors I saw while traveling.
I offer vector designs, photo prints and hand-painted prints done with different materials like watercolors, pastels, Copic markers and pens and support your team in design tasks.
I'm open for any new exciting pattern-, print-, painting and fashion projects.
New ideas and requests are always welcome. So don't hesitate to contact me!
I studied fashion design with focus on print design at the HTW (Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft) in Berlin.
2011 I graduated successfully and started to work as fashion designer for womenswear in young-fashion company in Hamburg. I gained experience in various product groups and handled the complete
design process from concept idea till final production. I worked with suppliers and agencies all over the world (for example India, Indonesia, China, Turkey, Bangladesh and Pakistan) and visited
them and their factories.
Prints and patterns were always an important topic and part of the collections.
Strongly driven by my passion for colors and prints I decided to start to work as a freelance print designer, as these were always the jobs that fascinated me most.
I have already created prints for an international spanish company and German client for women's outerwear.
PRIVATE LABELS, ROSALITA MC GEE., MISSING JOHNNY, CONCEPT K.
If you like to see more details of my CV you can check it out on linkedin and xing.
Every project begins with inspiration and research concerning the topic.
I'm strongly inspired by nature and colors.
The second step is the design process. First rough sketches lead to the final idea of the design and a whole thought through concept is established.
Now the design becomes concrete: sketches will be digitized and optimized, other pictures will be digital manipulated and vector designs come alive.
The last step is creating a production ready and production friendly data-pac print.