As well as taking inspiration for the buildings I collated from my research, I took inspiration for the colours too. I narrowed down the colours I found into the most common ones I have featured on the board.
Colour Pallete exploration, testing different colour options to see which colours work best together.
Colour Pallete exploration, testing different colour options to see which colours work best together.
Colour Pallete exploration, testing different colour options to see which colours work best together.
Colour Pallete exploration, testing different colour options to see which colours work best together.
Colour Pallete exploration, testing different colour options to see which colours work best together.
Colour Pallete exploration, testing different colour options to see which colours work best together.
Using my colour pallet I then took inspiration for the buildings and shapes to create these colourful geometric collages. These then informed my development and final collection.
Using my colour pallet I then took inspiration for the buildings and shapes to create these colourful geometric collages. These then informed my development and final collection.
Using my colour pallet I then took inspiration for the buildings and shapes to create these colourful geometric collages. These then informed my development and final collection.
Using my colour pallet I then took inspiration for the buildings and shapes to create these colourful geometric collages. These then informed my development and final collection.
Using my colour pallet I then took inspiration for the buildings and shapes to create these colourful geometric collages. These then informed my development and final collection.
Using my colour pallet I then took inspiration for the buildings and shapes to create these colourful geometric collages. These then informed my development and final collection.
My lifestyle board target market is someone young, city-dwelling creative. This project was my first opportunity to create a lifestyle board, so it took a few tweaks to perfect it. I took a lot of my images from brands I had taken inspiration from during my research.
Final Samples 
Collection three - is one of the pink collection I collated.
Collection three - is one of the pink collection I collated.
Collection five - most of these samples are holding stitch in different variations.
Collection five - most of these samples are holding stitch in different variations.
Collection six - using a mix of 3.5 gauge and 7 gauge.
Collection six - using a mix of 3.5 gauge and 7 gauge.
Collection one - I loved how the 3.5 gauge felt, this collection is mainly stripping variations.
Collection one - I loved how the 3.5 gauge felt, this collection is mainly stripping variations.
Collection four - This is the second collection of pink samples, I combined holding and ribs to create the front sample.
Collection four - This is the second collection of pink samples, I combined holding and ribs to create the front sample.
Collection two - adding the rib and 3.5 gauge holding stitch breaks up stripping in the other two samples.
Collection two - adding the rib and 3.5 gauge holding stitch breaks up stripping in the other two samples.
Garment Visualisations 
Garment from collection one
Garment from collection one
Garment from collection two
Garment from collection two
Garment from collection four
Garment from collection four
Garment from collection three
Garment from collection three
Garment from collection six
Garment from collection six
Garment from collection five
Garment from collection five
Shima Board
I created the board above on Shima, working with Shima was a great experience as it is very involved with creating many variations and colourways. It took a while to get into the program; however, I would like to continue developing learning Shima as it is something I feel would be beneficial to learn. 

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