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Nemesis : virtual fashion design

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QUOTES “[…] the amount of sample pieces that have to be made in the fashion industry right now is enormous. There can be up to 13 stages of samples until the final garment is in store, excluding numerous samples for salesmen and showrooms for big brands (Fasanella, 2011). These sample pieces are in some cases sold at outlets, some are given away to employees, but a big percentage is not wearable because trimmings like buttons and zippers are missing, so they are thrown away.” “[…] the time has come to change the fashion industry from within by changing the approach to the design process and the sampling machinery. The use of virtual prototyping instead of traditional prototyping may result in reduced product development cost, less inventory risk and textile waste.” “In [the] paper I will argue how virtual prototyping is as good for decision making as regular prototyping, and is furthermore more environmental friendly, less wasteful, and can create a much more sustainable fashion industry. By making my graduation collection “NEMSIS”, solely in a virtual environment, I will point out the advantages of this technique, but also acknowledge the challenges that arise with it. Drawing inspiration from the costumes and traditions of the Inuit, my collection will combine the newest technological development in sustainability with an ancient old ecological lifestyle of a repressed ethnic minority, to demonstrate that it is time for the fashion industry to change.” PAPER Title: Nemesis 1) Introduction Nemesis p.3 2) Virtual Prototyping in the industry p.4 4) Advantages and obstacles when designing with virtual prototyping software p.6 5) Inspiration p.8 6) Cultural appropriation p.11 7) Nemesis p.12 8) Sportswear influence p.12 9) Layering p.13 10) Innovations in the collection p.16 11) Color scheme and prints p.16 12) Conclusion p.18

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OrganisatieHogeschool van Amsterdam
AfdelingMedia, Creatie en Informatie
Jaar2016
TypeBachelorscriptie
TaalEngels

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