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Fashion patterns (mini presentation by fashion marketing lecturer Lilit Tshughuryan)

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Fashion pattern mini lecture and presentation designed for fashion buyers, fashion marketers and fashion merchandisers. Lecturer Lilit Tshughuryan.

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Fashion patterns (mini presentation by fashion marketing lecturer Lilit Tshughuryan)

  1. 1. Fashion patterns (part 1) Fashion lecture Lecturer: Lilit Tshughuryan Year: 2015 Yerevan, Armenia
  2. 2. • Founder and director of Akademix Team consulting and training company • Business consultant, trainer and lecturer of marketing, commerce, merchandising • FEMALE ENTREPRENEUR AMBASSADOR • www.linkedin.com/in/lilittshughuryan Lecturer
  3. 3. Want to know the official name of your favorite design pattern? Here's a presentation and mini lecture
  4. 4. Part 1
  5. 5. Toile de Jouy
  6. 6. • Toile de Jouy • Source: 18th century France. • The name of the the design in French means “cloth from Jouy-en-Josas”, which was a town in north-central France.
  7. 7. Polka dots
  8. 8. • Polka dots • Source: Polka dots were originally worn by flamenco dancers and other performers • Trendy especially during the late 19th century, when polka dancing was popular
  9. 9. • Street fashion
  10. 10. Argyle
  11. 11. • Argyle • Source: Region of Argyll in Western Scotland • Diamond-shaped rectangles in a diagonal alternating (checkerboard) arrangement.
  12. 12. Houndstouth
  13. 13. • Houndstooth • Origin: Scotland, 1800’s • The black and white abstract checkerboard pattern with a vague resemblance to a chicken-foot print.
  14. 14. Paisley
  15. 15. • Paisley, also called "Persian pickles" • Source: West Scotland town Paisley, Kashmir-India • Design using the boteh or buta, a droplet-shaped vegetable motif of Persian origin
  16. 16. Damask
  17. 17. • Damask • Source: Damascus, Syria 12th century, China 5th century • A jacquard ornamental reversible fabric usually in one color. Originally produced from silk or wool.
  18. 18. Madras
  19. 19. • Madras • Source: East India, Madras city • A design with intensely colored stripes, plaid, uneven checks, or other design elements, usually on a plain-colored background.
  20. 20. Tartan
  21. 21. • Tartan • Source: Scotland • Tartan is a pattern consisting of criss-crossed horizontal and vertical bands in multiple colors.
  22. 22. • Moschino
  23. 23. To be continued….
  24. 24. Thanks for viewing my mini lecture Lecturer Lilit Tshughuryan Year: 2015

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