TRAJECTORY II. candace lorimer: "visual professional"

July 1994
Surface Design Journal;Summer94, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p20
Trade Publication
An interview with fashion designer Candace Lorimer is presented. She reveals that she became a graphic designer in college, then she became involved in the book arts at the Rochester Institute of Technology where she was a graduate student. She also talks about taking one or two pattern courses in textiles and she relates that she now has 20 years of experience in sewing. Information about her clothing business is presented.


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