Paper Raven Books got their new book cover by running a design contest:
Simple ultra luxury cover for book focusing on the human aspect of the fashion industry
Check out Paper Raven Books's Book cover contest…
FASHION. BUSINESS. SPIRITUALITY. A call to the light workers of the fashion industry
Farah Liz Pallaro
Farah Liz Pallaro is a fashion consultant, currently based in Italy. Her background in law, fashion design and management, mentoring, and systemic business management. Since 2004, Farah has worked with some of the largest fashion brands in the industry and taught at seven international fashion schools. She now focuses her time on helping fashion students grow into incredible designers and helping fashion companies grow into impactful brands.
This is a call to the light workers of the fashion industry. Maybe you are like me, a fool in love with fashion. At first, fashion is a dream, filled with fabrics, colors, sketches, clothes, and glamorous events. But very soon, you realize that fashion is demanding. There are projects to complete in impossible situations, tight deadlines, sleepless nights, people harshly judging your creativity, egos who seem to care only about themselves. Was this really the fashion career you fell in love with? There is surely a better way. What if you could live and work in the fashion industry, with a sense of peace, calm, and feeling centered? This book speaks to the fashion industry, but this book is not about collections, trends, or seasons. The message of this book centers around the human aspect of the industry, the awareness of the self, and the spirituality and self-development that comes with it. This book is about you, the designer and fashion worker in the midst of the fashion world—your passions, struggles, dreams, decisions, and actions. When you can design and work from a place of feeling centered within yourself, you will be a light to everyone around you. You will dress the world in light.
Fashion designers, men and women, 20s through 50s, interested in ultra modern, edgy, innovative looks.
Book cover type
Ultra luxury, high fashion, bold fonts, large title font.
What to avoid
Stock photos that easily show the subject’s race or gender. Budget for stock imagery: $29-$49
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their book cover.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
Paper Raven Books collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
Wonderful designer with lots of patience and the genuine desire to really understand the customers' needs. I'm very happy with my book covers, would definitely recommend Maria and am looking forward to working with her again!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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