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  • ShelbySnow
  • SMHM 2360
    Aesthetics &
    Environment
    Design Element 5
    Color Analysis
    Objectives
    • To discern color range, intensity, scheme and composition of a work of art.
    • To develop a color palette based on a specific inspirational piece
    • To understand the various color relationship.
    • To understand the emotions tied to various colors.
    • To identify examples of color relationship is fashion that elicit the feelings and emotions discussed for each color.
    Learning Outcomes
    • The depicted color relationship is complementary.
    • The inspiration picture is “Termonde on the Seine” by Monet. It is serene, while being simple and beautiful.
    • The new color forecast : sky blue, magenta, emerald and mustard.
    • Each piece displayed in the layout represents the sky blue and magenta tones. They are easy pieces that can fit into any outfit.
  • Complementary
    Sky Blue
    Magenta
    Emerald
    Mustard
    Shade
    Tint
  • SMHM 2360
    Aesthetics &
    Environment
    Design Element 6
    Unity & Variety
    Objectives
    • To recognize how Variety can be achieved through contrast of the design elements.
    • To recognize how Variety can be achieved through contrast of the design elements.
    • To comprehend how Unity and Variety are displayed in apparel.
    • To create the intended Unity and Variety to capture and attractive impression through aesthetic experience.
    Learning Outcomes
    • One of the principles of unity used in the design was repetition, this sis shown by the occurrence of the same patterns used in different garments throughout the line.
    • Also unity in apparel can be seen through the matching boys and accessories to define the look and unite the line.
    • Variety was used by the designer as the pattern s were used to create a variety of different types of garments.
    • Some of the patterns and accessories used contrast in color to make the garments stand out .
    • Also Diane Von Furstenbergs’ Spring 2010 resort line ,which is what was used in the design, exemplified the idea of variation in themes.
  • Harmony
    In AN
    assortment
  • SMHM 2360
    Aesthetics &
    Environment
    Design Principles
    Balance, Rhythm & Emphasis
    Objectives
    • To identify the important relationship between Balance, Rhythm and Emphasis.
    • To understand the variety of Balance, for example, symmetrical, asymmetrical, horizontal, vertical and radial balance.
    • To understand the types of Rhythm, for example, metric, flowing, swirling and climate rhythm.
    • To understand how Emphasis can be achieved by color, light and shape, and crated by contrast, isolation and placement.
    Learning Outcomes
    • Structural balance is used in this piece by having an equal distribution of the models throughout the page. Also the page has a symmetrical balance.
    • In the same manner the equal spacing creates a natural rhythm , and the larger picture in the middle creates flowing .
    • This technique also allows the large, centered item to be emphasized.
  • Fashion
    Flows
  • SMHM 2360
    Aesthetics &
    Environment
    Design Principles
    Proportion and Scale
    Objectives
    • To recognize that Proportion is the sixe relationship of parts within a whole.
    • To recognize that Scale is the size relationship to an outside unit of measurement.
    • To comprehend how Proportion and Scale are displayed in apparel.
    • To create the intended Proportion and Scale to capture an attractive impression through aesthetic experience
    Learning Outcomes
    • The chair exemplifies scale and proportion.
    • The TajMahahal represents symbolic scale, as it was built so large to a honor the emperors wife that died so young. While most architecture uses the human scale for a basis of design.
    • Clothing is designed in a way to make the wear look as if they have societies desired proportions.
  • Perfect Proportion