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Vinita Punjabi,B.Sc.Fashion Design +2 Years Diploma in Fashion Design

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Student of Dezyne E'cole College,Fashion Design Department,
www.dezyneecole.com .She has completed her two years technical programme in fashion design

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Vinita Punjabi,B.Sc.Fashion Design +2 Years Diploma in Fashion Design

  1. 1. FASHION Women’s Wear Men’s Wear Children’s Wear
  2. 2. How Fashion Evolved Pre-History 600BC THE ANCIENT WORLD ANCIENT GREECE MINOAN CULTURE STYLE IN THE EAST ROMAN EMPIRE CLASSICAL GREECE BYZANTINE STYLE
  3. 3. MEDIVAL ROMANCE & TRADE
  4. 4. RENAISSANCE SPLENDOUR
  5. 5. BAROQUE & ROCOCO
  6. 6. FROM REVOLUTION TO FRIVOLITY
  7. 7. LE BELLE EPOQUE & JAZZ AGE
  8. 8. FROM GLAMOUR TO UTILITY
  9. 9. THE DESIGNER DECADES
  10. 10. What Is Collection A collection is a range of garments, accessories or products that are designed and produced for sale to retailers or direct to customers. This range of pieces may be inspired by a trend, theme.
  11. 11. INFLUENCES FOR COLLECTION Conceptual Influence Form & Function Futuristic Influence Global Influence Political Influence Archivisim
  12. 12. Conceptual Influence The origins of contemporary, conceptual fashion may well be credited to the Japanese designers Rei Kawakubo, Yohji Yamamoto and Issey Miyake.Designers Hussein Chalayan, Helmut Lang and Jil Sander are all known for a minimalist HUSSEIN CHALAYAN ISSEY MIYAKE
  13. 13. Form & Function Work Wear Sports Wear Military Costume
  14. 14. Futuristic Influence The US designer Geoffrey Beene is regarded as a futurist. In the 1950s and 1960s French designer Pierre Cardin, along with his contemporaries André Courrèges and Paco Rabanne, designed futuristic, space-age fashion. PIERRE CARDIN
  15. 15. Global Influence Indian sari, Chinese cheongsam and Japanese kimono have been continuously redefined in fashion collections. Two such examples are Kenzo and Dries Van Noten.
  16. 16. Political Influence Katharine Hamnett famously did when she invented the slogan T-shirt in the 1980s. Alexander McQueen continues to reference topics such as war and religion in his memorable collections.
  17. 17. Archivisim Italian nobleman Emilio Pucci was popular throughout the 1960s for his use of wild, colourful patterns taken from Renaissance paintings.
  18. 18. PROJECT GEOMETRY
  19. 19. What Is Geometry Geometry is a branch of mathematics which is concerned with shape, size, figures, different properties of shapes, their areas, etc. “Geometry is all about the shapes around us”.
  20. 20. Research & Development For developing my collection first I have studied Designer’s work i.e. how they used geometry in their collection. I have studied various designers, but here I have presented six designers work with their various geometry collection.
  21. 21. LEE ALEXANDER MCQUEEN LEE ALEXANDER MCQUEEN He was a British fashion designer and couturier. He is known for having worked as chief designer at Givenchy from 1996 to 2001
  22. 22. CHRISTIAN DIOR CHRISTIAN DIOR He was a French Fashion Designer. He is famous for his new look . He was master in creating shapes & silhouettes.
  23. 23. PIERRE CARDIN PIERRE CARDIN He is an Italian-born French fashion designer who was born on 2 July 1922. Cardin is known for his ”Avant-grade” style & his “Space Age Designs”.
  24. 24. GABRIELLE CHANEL GABRIELLE CHANEL She was a French Fashion Designer . Chanel was credited in post world war 1 era with Liberating women from the constraints of the “Corseted silhouette ”
  25. 25. ISSEY MIYAKE ISSEY MIYAKE He is a Japanese fashion designer. He is known for his technology-driven clothing designs, exhibitions & fragrances. & World fashion was influenced with his oversized silhouettes wrapping & layering.
  26. 26. PLAYING WITH CIRCLES
  27. 27. Drafting with circles Drafting with circles
  28. 28. Drafting with circles Drafting with circles
  29. 29. Drafting with circles Drafting with circles
  30. 30. Drafting with circles Drafting with circles
  31. 31. Drafting with circles Drafting with circles
  32. 32. Drafting with circles Drafting with circles
  33. 33. CASE STUDY
  34. 34. I have to design a collection based on geometry for the Indian Youth. OBSERVATION Client:1 Client: A College going girl Age : 20 years Height : 5’8” Complexion : Fair My first Client is going for the pool party. She needs a outfit which looks cools at the same time the outfit must be attractive also. After observing her needs I have decided to make skirt for my client with a blouse on Top. Outfit Which I am making for my Client
  35. 35. Research & Development
  36. 36. Mood Board SINGLE COMPLEMENTARY COLOR SCHEME Mood: Friendly Mood It refers to the opposite colors from the color wheel. And hence, I have taken Blue Hue with its opposite Orange Hue in my design. C:6 M:47 Y:64 K:0 C:100 M:90 Y:6 K:1
  37. 37. Material Board Fabrics material Haberdashery material
  38. 38. FINAL DRESS SIDE VIEW FRONT VIEW BACK VIEW Elements & Principles Used: Line: Curved Lines Color: Blue and Orange Shape: Dress created with Half Circular Skirt Repetition & Balance is used as a principles
  39. 39. I have to design a collection based on geometry for the Indian Youth. OBSERVATION Client : 2 Client: A College going girl Age : 20 years Height : 5’8” Complexion : Fair My Second Client wants a outfit for Casual Wear. She needs a outfit which looks cool at the same time the outfit must be Comfortable for her After observing her needs I have decided to make skirt for my client with a blouse on Top. Outfit Which I am making for my Client
  40. 40. Research & Development
  41. 41. Mood Board CLASH COMPLEMENTARY COLOR SCHEME When we take any two colors from the split complementary color scheme from the color wheel. It is termed as Clash Complementary Color Scheme C: 86 M:72 Y:0 K:0 C:33 M:79 Y:68 K:28 Mood: Earthy Mood
  42. 42. Material Board Fabrics material Haberdashery material
  43. 43. FINAL DRESS SIDE VIEW FRONT VIEW BACK VIEW Elements & Principles Used: Line: Curved Lines Color: Blue and Orange Shape: Dress created with Half Circular Skirt and Extra fabric Made with HEAXGONS is created & is used Repetition & Balance is used as a principles
  44. 44. INDIAN MOTIFS
  45. 45. ARCHITECTUAL MOTIFS
  46. 46. INSPIRATION Egyptian Papyrus Flower
  47. 47. 11.30 cm 10.47cm 14.14 cm 10.44cm 8.48 cm 10.41cm 3.91 cm3.92 cm 10.06cm 0.5 cm r=1.25cm r=2.25cm r=1cm 2.95 cm2.95 cm 10.02cm 4.97 cm4.94 cm 10.14cm 0.74 cm 0.49 cm VINITA PUNJABI B.Sc.-Fashion Technology Simplifying motif Stretching motif Slimming motif MOTIF - PAPYRUS FLOWER PRINT DEVELOPMENT
  48. 48. I have repeated the Papyrus flower in a square of 5 inches. Further I have repeated the flower in a circle which is inscribed in a diamond shape. I have used the stretching type of Papyrus flower. Papyrus Flower In A Shape
  49. 49. Border Repeat Half Brick Repeat
  50. 50. Stripes Repeat Overlapping Repeat
  51. 51. Scattered Repeat Ascending & Descending Repeat
  52. 52. Design Specification Color Scheme : Split Complementary Color Scheme Repetition Used : Half Brick & Scattered Repetition
  53. 53. Design Specification Color Scheme : Split Complementary Color Scheme Repetition Used : Half Brick & Repetition on Pallav
  54. 54. Design Specification Color Scheme : Split Complementary Color Scheme Repetition Used : Border & Ascending and Descending Repetition
  55. 55. Surface Design Technique
  56. 56. The process of tie & dye typically consists of Folding, Twisting, Pleating or Crumpling fabric or Rubber bands, followed by the application of dye. Tie & dye has its own name or having different names like Shibori, Patola, Ikkat, Lehyria, etc.,. INTRODUCTION OF TIE & DYE
  57. 57. Study Of Varieties of Tie & Dye Method ROPE TYING COILING METHOD ROPE TYING
  58. 58. Study Of Varieties of Tie & Dye Method SEWING METHOD MARBELLING EFFECTs KNOTTING METHOD
  59. 59. Study Of Varieties of Tie & Dye Method FOLDING METHOD KNOTTING METHOD KNOTTING METHOD
  60. 60. Study Of Varieties of Tie & Dye Method BINDING METHOD ROPE TYING SEWING METHOD
  61. 61. SHIBORI
  62. 62. JAPANESE TIE & DYE SHIBORI Shibori is a Japanese manual resist dyeing technique, which produces patterns on fabric.
  63. 63. Working Images on Shibori Dress
  64. 64. THANK YOU

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