Intwine Fashion




Initially sitting down with the clients we went through different shades of pink they were interested in until they were satisfied with a light pink which doesn't come across as too striking but is still elegant and professional for an overall brand colour for a women's fashion boutique. 

The font was next to be decided and the thought process was to try and find a font that was elegant, stylish and fitted in with the name of the company. I proposed EuroSansPro as it had an intertwining 'W' which I thought tied in with the aspect of the company name and two working as one. 

Then it was time to design the emblem for the logo which would allow people to identify the company easily. To do this I created a simple white curve with the curvature tool making the stroke a thin to thick style. 

The first curve was then duplicated to combine the two together intertwining each other. The logo now has a strong meaning behind the brand which makes it more powerful and serves more of a purpose. The completed logo is pictured below.


Next the client urgently needed a professional website to be created so that they could start displaying the stock they had bought and allow people to purchase items online. I created an entire website including the online store option where people can shop and browse for items and then pay through pay pal on the website giving them a receipt through email. The orders would then be received to the clients email address linked up to the website that I had set up ( so that they could keep track of the orders and where to ship the items. 

The style of the website was requested to look professional and consistent with the company logo. I ensured this was achieved by using the exact code for the light pink throughout the website and keep the fonts sharp and clean. Providing a clear and easy layout for people to navigate through the site. 

Below are a couple of still screenshots of the website and this is a link to the website itself -