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 BOSCHETTO, Donatella

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Idade : 21
Ocupação : Assistente de Produção de Moda da i-D Magazine
Localização : East :: Hackney
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MensagemAssunto: BOSCHETTO, Donatella   14/11/2015, 23:57


  • DADOS BÁSICOS

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Nome completo: Donatella Gia Boschetto
Apelido: Dona
Data de Nascimento: 09 de Abril de 1996
Local de Nascimento: Cidade, Estado - País onde seu personagem nasceu.

Idiomas: Inglês, Italiano
Sexualidade: Bissexual
Relacionamento: Solteira


  • VIDA

Desde os 16 anos, Donatella mantém um blog de moda. Postando looks do dia, matérias sobre moda, música e arte. No inicio as pessoas achavam que isso era bobagem, mas ultimamente tem dado um bocado de visibilidade para ela. Seu instagram e página no Facebook estão crescendo cada dia mais em números de seguidores.

Se mudou para Londres em Agosto de 2014, após se formar no Ensino Médio na Itália. Comprou uma casa com sua prima Chiara e no final do mesmo ano começou como estagiária na revista Flux Magazine, fazendo os trabalhos mais variados, até entregar café. Em Julho de 2015 conseguiu uma vaga como Assistente de Produção de Moda na i-D Magazine, posição que ocupa até hoje.

Por querer crescer na revista e em qualquer outro emprego que ela venha ter relacionado a moda, Donatella se inscreveu na University of the Arts London para estudar. Dentre diversos cursos, ela acabou optando por Fashion Design (Part Time), pois as aulas são segundas e quartas a noite e sábados a tarde, por ser part time o curso tem duração de 4 anos. Assim ela pode conciliar o trabalho na revista e o curso. Escolheu por ficar no Campus Curtain Road (100 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3AA) por ficar perto de casa e a menos de 15 minutos, a pé, do prédio da i-D Magazine.

Citação :
FIRST YEAR:
Autumn Term Dates: 26 Sep - 9 Dec 2016
Spring Term Dates: 9 Jan - 17 Mar 2017
Summer Term Dates: 18 April - 23 June 2017

COURSE STRUCTURE
Stage One  -  Four Terms  -  level 4  -  120 credits
Term One (Autumn Term academic year one): Introduction to Study in Higher Education (20 credits)
Term One and Term Two (Autumn Term and Spring Term academic year one): Design Process to Product (20 credits); Understanding the Business of Fashion (20 credits)
Term Two and Term Three (Spring Term and Summer Term academic year one): Introduction to Cultural and Historical Studies (20 credits)
Term Three and Term Four (Summer Term academic year one and Autumn Term academic year two): Digital Catwalk (40 credits)

Stage Two  -  Four Terms  -  level 5  -  120 credits
Term One and Term Two (Spring term academic year two and Summer Term academic year two): Cultural and Historical Studies Option (20 credits)
Term One (Spring Term academic year two): Fashion and Environment (20 credits)
Term Two (Summer Term academic year two): Sustainable Skin (20 credits)
Term Three and Term Four (Autumn Term academic year three and Spring Term academic year three): Cut, Contour and Control (40 credits); Creative Collaborative Project (20 credits)

Stage Three  -  Four Terms  -  level 6  -  120 credits
Term One (Summer Term academic year three): Research Planning for Fashion Design (20 credits)
Term One and Term Two (Summer Term academic year three and Autumn Term academic year four): Fashion Design Concept Development (40 credits)
Term Two, Term Three and Term Four (Autumn Term, Spring Term and Summer Term academic year four): Fashion Design Final Major Project (60 credits)

STAGE ONE
Introduction to Study in Higher Education gives you an understanding of your personal and professional development at university, with three core purposes: to introduce you to the necessary learning skills for undergraduate study; to show you where you are situated within the College and the University; and to help you understand what you will learn on your course and how you will develop your skills.

The Design Process to Product unit will show you the importance of research as a basis for creative design development, and investigate the translation of research ideas into fashion product. Through this process you will experience the stages within the fashion design realisation process from the analysis of a 2D concept through to a 3D fashion product. You will learn how to  communicate the ideas generated in a professional manner, both orally and visually, and will demonstrate your understanding of the fashion market place. A variety of essential tools for this process will be introduced for both practical and theoretical use.

Understanding the Business of Fashion gives you an introduction to business and management processes and skills that characterise successful fashion organisations. You will be encouraged to evaluate your own skills and predispositions and develop an action plan to supplement them. Theories of interpersonal and group dynamics and management theories will provide you with tools to utilise during the course and in future employment.

Introduction to Cultural and Historical Studies introduces you to key concepts and ways of thinking about fashion and its context in society and culture. You will attend lectures, seminars and workshops, and do a significant amount of reading of academic texts in order to complete a formal academic essay for assessment. Completion of this unit will allow you to make an informed choice of subject for study in the second stage Cultural and Historical Studies Option.

The Digital Catwalk unit will introduce you to the role of digital applications within the fashion design and realisation process. You will also explore some of the software applications and technologies that are used within the fashion industry and consider the impact of digital technology on the fashion design and communication process. You will learn how to effectively use and critically evaluate digital technology to develop, enhance and present your 2D and 3D processes. The unit also provides you with the opportunity to showcase your work alongside that of other students, as you will conceive, manage and present a live catwalk show. Working with your peers and industry representatives you will creatively respond to a simulated industry brief through the showcasing of a visionary fashion concept through to an exciting and dynamic catwalk presentation to a specified audience. This will allow you to demonstrate not only your design skills but also your skills of team work, negotiation and project management, all of which are essential key skills for working in the fashion industry.

STAGE TWO

The Cultural and Historical Studies Option unit will allow you choose a topic that interests you to broaden or deepen your learning in your chosen field. You will have the opportunity to participate in lectures, seminars and workshops with students from other courses within your School, and will read relevant academic texts and complete a formal academic essay for assessment.

The Fashion and the Environment unit will introduce you to the subject of sustainability through the exploration of social, cultural and environmental concerns as a catalyst for conceptual design development. You will research and analyse current attitudes, processes and debates in relation to sustainability, the fashion industry, consumer groups and target markets in the development of a personally established design realisation rationale. The unit will concentrate on cutting, manipulation and application, whilst examining appropriate manufacturing techniques and processes from both a commercial and enquiring perspective. Visual communication skills will be developed to aid clear presentation and the effective communication of originality, evidenced through concepts, design, exploration and outcomes.

Sustainable Skin will provide you the opportunity to explore and investigate properties of stretch through the inherent performance attributes of memory, drape, handle and experimental cutting as essential design development tools. Situated within the product area of unstructured clothing, stretch forms a fundamental part of everyday apparel and represents a substantial proportion of the manufacturing sector within the global fashion industry. Your 2D and 3D translation of ideas will be further explored, with an emphasis on the application of specialist techniques and sustainable thinking as a creative force for development to create contemporary fashion solutions. Emphasis will be placed on the use of colour, fabric, proportion, silhouette and detail to develop design responses relevant to the project brief. You will further research visual and graphic processes in order to effectively communicate your concepts and final outcomes, whilst developing your design vocabulary and industry standard terminology.

The Cut, Contour and Control unit will allow you to explore the possibilities of structured clothing through detailed investigations into tailoring, and the associated cultural and social meanings of a specific practice based discipline through the analysis of historic and contemporary indicators. The unit will also introduce you to the principles of trend mapping and a range of forecasting skills that will enable you to understand the cycle of trend prediction from a commercial and cultural perspective as a vehicle for the production of original research and directional design concepts relevant to an identified market and consumer. This unit will allow you to further develop your personal practice and will enable you to develop strategies for the effective development, presentation and communication of personally established design goals. You will be encouraged to take an enquiring approach to creative cutting and garment realisation through the application and appreciation of the traditional, the contemporary and the innovative.

The Creative Collaborative Project unit gives you the opportunity to work collaboratively with your peers from other specialist areas of the part time programme. You will gain first hand vocational experience of working as part of a creative team in response to a commercial brief. The unit requires that you work within a team environment, drawing upon your subject specialist knowledge and experience to date in the conceptualisation, development and production of creative and challenging solutions. The ability to collaborate, network, communicate and present are essential work based skills that are required to successfully operate within a global creative arena.

STAGE THREE

The Research Planning for Fashion Design unit allows you to build a formal structure of research into your course.  You will draw on your existing skills and add to them through an examination of the philosophy and practice of research. This will give you the opportunity to use and explore the various approaches to research, and will empower you in the complex process of selection of the most appropriate form within your chosen research project. You will also identify and evaluate personal strengths and aspirations and establish clear strategies for future planning.

Fashion Design Concept Development provides you with practical activities towards the development of a personally established concept relating to the definition and construction of your final major project unit outcomes. Detailed investigations will be carried out around an issue, or issues, connected with your area of study and your career aspirations. Although the proposal in itself will constitute a discrete area of study, the concept development programme will directly inform the final major project.

The Fashion Design Final Major Project unit takes up the major part of the last three terms of the course. You will identify and construct an individually negotiated project brief, drawing on your knowledge, skills and experience acquired so far, and produce an innovative final major project. You will also be able to demonstrate academic and personal skills appropriate to your future career and life aspirations.

Para dar uma enriquecida logo de inicio no seu currículo, Donatella também optou por fazer uns cursos de verão, ao qual a i-D Mag está ajudando em alguns custos e lhe dando flexibilidade nos dias de trabalho para que ela possa frequentar os cursos. Ela escolheu fazer "Fashion History: The Evolution of Style" de 26/07/2016 até 29/07/2016, "Fashion Media Styling: Commercial" de 08/08/2016 até 12/08/2016, "Fashion Drawing" de 15/08/2016 até 19/08/2016 e "Fashion Media Styling: Editorial" de 30/08/2016 até 01/09/2016.


  • FAMÍLIA E RELACIONAMENTOS

Pai: Angelo Enrico Boschetto (1972)
Mãe: xxxxxx
Meio-Irmão: Mateo Cesare Boschetto (1993)
Meio-irmão: Piero Boschetto (1990) Filha de Angelo e Nina Marrone.

Avó Paterna: Líle Reagan (Donoghue) Boschetto (1945)
Avô Paterno: Fiorenzo Nino Boschetto (1943)
Tia Paterna: Alina Chiara Boschetto (1972)

Tio Paterno: Lorenzo Ricardo Boschetto (1974)
Tia: Constance Anne Wheeler (1976-2010)
Prima: Chiara Giovanna Boschetto (1995) Filha de Constance e Lorenzo.


  • APARÊNCIA

Descrição do físico da personagem (altura e peso, cor da pele, dos olhos, dos cabelos...), forma como se veste, se tem tatuagens, piercings e outros acessórios que usa, além de cicatrizes e qualquer coisa que ache interessante ou importante mencionar.


  • PERSONALIDADE

A personalidade e as peculiaridades do personagem. Como ele é visto perante os outros e como ele de fato é.

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MensagemAssunto: Re: BOSCHETTO, Donatella   14/11/2015, 23:58

13/11/2015: East :: Hackney - Apto de Chiara e Donatella com Mateo, Piero e Chiara
27/11/2015: Central :: Islington - Islington Garden com Piero
25/12/2015: East :: Hackney - Apto de Chiara & Donatella no Natal dos Boschetto

17/02/2016: East :: Havering - Zizzi com Jack
05/04/2016: East :: Hackney - Apto de Chiara & Donatella no Jantar dos Boschetto
06/05/2016: East :: Hackney - Apto de Chiara & Donatella no Anne
17/07/2016: East :: Hackney - Apto de Chiara & Donatella no Aniversário do Piero
23/08/2016: East :: Hackney - Apto de Chiara & Donatella #Resumo
15-16/09/2016: East :: Hackney - Apto de Chiara & Donatella no Anne
01/10/2016: East :: Hackney - Apto de Chiara & Donatella com Boschetto & Anne
19/10/2016: East :: Hackney - Apto de Chiara & Donatella com Piero

26/02/2017: East :: Hackney - Apto de Chiara & Donatella com Piero e Chiara
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