Print, Fashion, Runway & Red Carpet Final Exam

Welcome to your Print, Fashion, Runway & Red Carpet Final Exam

In order to graduate from this course you must complete the following test with a 70% or better grade.

This test will pull questions from every aspect of this program. If you do not feel ready, please stop now and review the course material before proceeding. (This is especially important for those students that are completing a certificate program.)

This test will consist of multiple choice questions.

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1. Match the color scheme to the color(s) it contains. Accented Neutral Color Scheme:
2. Match the color scheme to the color(s) it contains. Cool Color Schemes:
3. Match the color scheme to the color(s) it contains. Monochromatic Color Scheme:
4. Match the color scheme to the color(s) it contains. Neutral Color Scheme:
5. Match the color scheme to the color(s) it contains. Split Complementary Color Scheme:
6. Match the color scheme to the color(s) it contains. Split-Analogous color scheme:
7. Match the color scheme to the color(s) it contains. Tetrads Color Scheme:
8. Match the color scheme to the color(s) it contains. Triad Color Scheme:
9. Match the color scheme to the color(s) it contains. Warm Color Scheme:
10. Match the color scheme to the color(s) it contains. Analogous color Scheme:
11. Tertiary Colors are created by a primary and secondary color…for example, Blue-Violet.
12. The concepts for an avant-garde look will always originate from the makeup artist.
13. The makeup artist will have the first and last say on the final runway look.
14. Typically the makeup for a runway look is lighter then a cover look.
15. A cover look is most often going to refer to a beauty look
16. A fashion editorial is an article or story told through the use of photographs featuring fashion as the primary subject.
17. A runway look, is a look that emphases the desire of the fashion designer and their clothing.
18. A triad is comprised of three hues equal distance from each other on the color wheel.
19. An avant-garde look is a conventional, conservative look.
20. As a part of a team, you will work closely with the client, stylist and hairstylist when creating a red carpet look.
21. As the red carpet look is designed for publicity and media you will need to make sure that your application prepares your client for interviews, cameras and paparazzi.
22. Avant-Garde looks are inspired by art, paintings, sculpture, animals etc...
23. Avant-Garde looks are often used in runway, theatrical productions, music videos, concerts and performance art.
24. Because they are complete opposites, complementary colors make each other seem less intense.
25. Color schemes can not contain different shades of a single color.
26. Colors next to each other on the color wheel are analogous colors.
27. Colors that create an aesthetic feeling when used together will commonly accompany each other in color schemes.
28. Complementary Colors appear opposite each other on the color wheel.
29. Cover Looks are most often a highlight for an editorial feature inside the magazine.
30. Cover looks tend to emphasize full length photograph fashion.
31. Hue, Tint, Tone, and Shade is taking a color and making it more colorful.
32. Match the color group to the colors. Intermediate colors:
33. Match the color group to the colors. Primary Colors:
34. Match the color group to the colors. Secondary Colors: