Jessica D'Ambra

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  • date: 8-5-17
Currently a Senior at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona studying Apparel Merchandising and Management with a Retail option, and a Marketing Management minor. I am very passionate about fashion, aspiring to work in corporate retail.
  • Region(s):
  • Northern CA, Southern CA

Adobe Illustrator/Photoshop

Adobe Illustrator/Photoshop X
Below is some of my work from AMM 112, a Digital Illustration for fashion class, where we learned how to use Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop in relations to the apparel industry.

Athletic Clothing Line Lookbook

Athletic Clothing Line Lookbook X
Below is work that I developed in AMM 210, a design analysis class, where we had to use color theory and inspiration from our daily lives to design and illustrate our own clothing line look book. My look book was title Dancing in the Streets.

Trend Analysis Boards

Trend Analysis Boards X
These are examples of the Trend Analysis Boards that I developed while working in my fashion internship with Lucky Star Accessories located in San Francisco. These boards where used on our online retail site to attract customers and stay relevant.

S.W.O.T Analysis

S.W.O.T Analysis X
This is a S.W.O.T analysis that I created in IBM 301, Principles of Marketing. In this class I researched and analyzed Lululemon, a high-end athletic apparel company.

Excel Dollar Plan

Excel Dollar Plan X
This is an example of my proficiency in excel from my AMM 251, Retail Buying class. In this class one of our main projects was to develop a dollar plan and present it in Excel.
  • Category

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    Fashion Illustration
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  • Technologies

    Adobe Illustrator
    Microsoft Word
    Microsoft Excel
    Adobe Photoshop
  • Schools/Training

    California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
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Phone: (650)-773-5391

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