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Heena Soni ,B,Sc -Fashion Design + Second Year Advance Diploma In fashion Design

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Heena Soni ,Student of Degree Progarmmein Fashion Design From Dezyne E'cole College ,This project is a showcase of her work after her two years of diploma programme opted along with the Degree Studies .The study programme course contents are Industry aligned and Endorsed by the ministry of Skill NSDC.
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Heena Soni ,B,Sc -Fashion Design + Second Year Advance Diploma In fashion Design

  1. 1. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The fulfillment of any project is in consequence of integrated effort of a number of people. This project report has been possible only through the guidance and help of my mentors at Dezyne E’cole College. I express my sincere thanks to all my teachers for their support and direction, and my genuine gratitude to Dezyne E’cole College who gave me an opportunity to show my abilities by working on this project on the esteem organization. HEENA SONI Bachelors of Science in Fashion Technology + 2 year Advance Diploma Programme
  2. 2. The project report of Ms. Heena Soni student of B.Sc. Fashion Technology with 2 year women's wear Fashion Diploma Programme has been checked & grade as- _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ Thank You Principal (Seal & Signature) Dezyne E’cole College 106/10,civil lines, Ajmer www.dezyneecole.com
  3. 3. SYNOPSIS Heartily present my gratitude to Dezyne E’cole College for give me direction to my career through 2 years advanced diploma in fashion technology with my bachelors degree as well. During this I learnt construction knowledge of (women's wear and kids wear) pattern engineering, computer aided designing, grading, illustrations, draping, print making, fashion history and industry, fiber to fabric, surface design techniques, origami, traditional Indian textile, print and printing technology and so on… Not only learnt but also showcase in the events like… Annual exhibition- IDENTITY Fashion show at annual event KALEIDOSCOPE. In the subsequent pages of my work portfolio I present my 2 years working and my projects also. During diploma and degree programme.
  4. 4. • What Is Design? • Elements & Principles Of Design • Garment Industry • Fashion History • Fashion Illustration • Technical Drawings • Surface Design Techniques • Draping • Drafting Of Pattern • Pattern Drafting, Sizing & Resizing, Grading, Marker Making, Prototype Development, Seams & Finishes. • Computer Aided Designing CONTENT
  5. 5. PROJECTS • Saree Design Project • Fashion Show Project • Year Diploma Project – Geometry • 1 Year Diploma Project- Office Wear
  6. 6. ACTIVITIES • Annual Exhibition - IDENTITY • Annual Function – KALEIDOSCOPE • Visit To an International Fabric Fair • Market Survey
  7. 7. WHAT IS DESIGN? Design is the creation of a plan or convention for the construction of an object, system or measurable human interaction (as in architectural blueprints, engineering drawings, business processes, circuit diagrams, and sewing patterns). Design has different connotations in different fields. In some cases, the direct construction of an object (as in pottery, engineering, management, coding, and graphic design) is also considered to be design. The person designing is called a designer, which is also a term used for people who work professionally in one of the various design areas, usually also specifying which area is being dealt with (such as a fashion designer, concept designer or web designer). A designer's sequence of activities is called a design process. The scientific study of design is called design science.
  8. 8. ELEMENTS & PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN Design process involves the combining of known design components in varied ways to create new products. Elements of design are those components which the designers employ in all forms of art and design. Understanding of these elements and using them in different ways enables the designer to produce different art and visual effects. Every design demands arranging of its component in manners which are the best dictated by certain principles. These principles of design guide the arrangement of elements of design to make it a good piece of art.
  9. 9. ELEMENTS OF DESIGN Line Shape Form Texture Color
  10. 10. PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN Rhythm Proportion Balance Contrast Repetition Gradation
  11. 11. GARMENT INDUSTRY The word fashion is derived from a Latin word “Facere”, which means “to make” or “to do”. Fashion playing most important role in a persons life and fashion is also responsible for persons image. The term fashion is synonymously with garment. A garment is not just because it is worn to become fashion a garment has to reflect the socio culture. As a generic term fashion includes all product and clothing, accessories, products, cuisines, living etc. Within the spare of technology, design technology is perhaps the fastest growing industries today. Over the past year the garment industry has been building up on its capacities at various levels, expanding its products base, incorporating innovative technology and newer sectors of business. The apparel industry (including garment retail fashion designing and accessories trade) is booming now days. The rapid increase in job opportunities and expanding earning capabilities has resulted as a newer idea amongst consumers. The two sectors of garment industry are- • Made to measure industry i.e. Haute Couture • Ready to wear or Pret-e-porter The three categories in which garment industry runs- • Women's wear • Men's wear • Kids wear
  12. 12. • The Ancient World (pre History – 600 BC) • Prowess and Protection • Medieval Romance & trade (600 BC – 1449 AC) • Renaissance Splendor (1450 - 1624) • Baroque and Rococo (1625-1789) • From Revolution to Frivolity (1790- 1900) • La Belle Epoque and Jazz Age (1901- 1946) • From Glamour to Utility (Functionality) (1929-1946) • Optimism & Youth (1947-1963) • Swinging Sixties to Glam Rock (1964-1979) • The Designer Decades (1980- Onwards) Fashion Timeline The timeline of fashion can be divided into two biblical periods BC and AC.
  13. 13. The Ancient World • Paintings, sculptures, artefacts and scraps of clothing and jewellery all provide clues as to how people lived and dressed in the ancient world. • Civilizations influenced each other as cultures met through war, exploration and commercial exchange. • Fine linen was woven on the banks of the Nile in Egypt. • Sericulture from China supplied silks. • The Greeks and Romans created wool tapestries • The Etruscans crafted ornate, tooled metal work.
  14. 14. Minoans Civilization 2000 BCE -1000 BCE Ancient Egypt 4000 BC -3500 BC
  15. 15. Classical Greece 1000 BC - 500 BC Style In The East
  16. 16. Etruscans Roman Empire
  17. 17. Byzantine Empire (600 BC -1449 Ac) Medieval Romance & Trade • The age of migration • The early middle ages • Trends in tunics • The east in the west
  18. 18. (1625 – 1789) Baroque and Rococo • Men in lace • Softer silhouette • Doublet and Breeches • Boned bodice to mantua • Masquerades (masks) • Turkish Delight • Sporting dresses (1450 - 1624 ) Renaissance Splendour • New men in new world • From drape to shape • Practical clothing • Female geometry
  19. 19. • High ruffs and wasp waists • Empire lines • The evening hourglass • Crinolines (1790 - 1900) From Revolution to Frivolity (1901 – 1928) La Belle Époque and Jazz Age • Women in action • Orientalism • Rising hems • Simple silhouettes
  20. 20. (1929 – 1946) From Glamour to Utility • Shimmering gowns • Women in wartime • Fashion and ration • American ready to wear • Berliner chic Optimism & Youth(1947 - !963)Optimism & Youth • The New look • Cocktail hours • Feminine form • Hipsters and teenagers • The youth revolution • Birth of a teenager • Sports style
  21. 21. (1980-onwards)Designer Decades • Fitness in fashion • Japanese style • Comme de garscon • Street style • Urban club • Minimal and conceptual • Boho chic (1964 – 1979) Swinging Sixties to Glam Rock • Mini magic • Twiggy • Mini coats and skirts • Into the space age • Women in trouser • Long printed dresses
  22. 22. FASHION ILLUSTRATION “The best way to a good idea is to have lots of ideas. – Linus Pauling” Sketching is the beginning step of designing and sketches are an important part of design and development process. Some of the best ideas starts with a sketch. It is a powerful process to use because it always helps discover the best ideas and solutions to a design problem. It gives people the freedom to consider every wild thought or idea generation without the fear of making mistake. Why sketching is important- An excellent way to quickly explore concepts. Quick way to create the basic composition of our thought for design . Saves the time in work process. Great for brainstorming ideas. In the field of fashion designing, fashion illustrations plays a very important role. Sketches are the first look of any design.
  23. 23. FASHION ILLUSTRATION
  24. 24. FASHION ILLUSTRATION
  25. 25. FASHION ILLUSTRATION
  26. 26. TECHNICAL DRAWING Technical drawings are essential for anyone working in the fashion industry. Used to convey design ideas and garment details to pattern cutters and machinists, it is essential that they are drawn accurately to avoid misunderstanding and costly mistakes in sampling and production. Flats: Technical Drawing for Fashion explains how to create a technical fashion drawing using a simple and straightforward step-by-step method accompanied by some time-saving tips.
  27. 27. FLAT DRAWING
  28. 28. FLAT DRAWING
  29. 29. FLAT DRAWING
  30. 30. SURFACE DESIGN TECHNIQUE
  31. 31. SURFACE DESIGN Surface design techniques are used to decorate the surface of a fabric which is also called as surface ornamentation. we can create different patterns and prints on the surface of the fabric. These techniques are used as decorative element in a design or some times structural also. these techniques can applied from the top as block printing or applique work and also can be adopted, at the time of fabric manufacturing as ikkat or brocade. For any fashion designer fabric first need to be prepared with textures and then used for style and design development. Style requires plain textures and some time textures fabric to create a better style. Here are various types of surface design technique which are widely used in fashion industry:- Tie and Dye Printing – (Screen, Block, Roller, Batik etc.) Hand Painting Embroidery Applique and Patch Work Bead Work Fabric Manipulation
  32. 32. TIE AND DYE Tie and dye is a resist dyeing technique from ancient time periods. The process of tie and dye typically consist of folding, twisting, pleating or crumpling fabric/garment and binding with string or rubber bands and than deep into dyes. Tie and dye is used to create a wide variety of designs on fabric, from various patterns such as spiral, stripes, diamond, marble effect to beautiful work of art. Shibori is a Japanese art of tie and dye it includes a number of labor intensive resist techniques including stitching elaborate patterns and tightly gathering the stitching before dyeing, forming intricate patterns. Another Shibori method is to wrap the fabric around the core of rope ,wood or other material and bind it tightly with string or thread. The areas of the fabric that are against the core or under the binding would remain undyed. In India Bandhna is very famous art which is also known as Bandhej and Bandhani. It’s a shape resist dyeing technique to create such beautiful pre defined patterns. Another method of bandhna is Leheriya which gives the beautiful stripes pattern on fabric. These are highly used to produce the apparel textile, accessories such as scarfs , hand bags, home furnishing products etc. A different and most expensive method of tie and dye in India is Ikkat. In this process of tie and dyeing the warp or weft dye before the cloth is woven. In south or east India it is called as Ikkat, and in western sides it is known as Patola, which is a type of double Ikkat method.
  33. 33. TIE AND DYE (Sewing)
  34. 34. TIE AND DYE
  35. 35. TIE AND DYE
  36. 36. TIE AND DYE
  37. 37. TIE AND DYE
  38. 38. TIE AND DYE
  39. 39. TIE AND DYE
  40. 40. FABRIC MANIPULATION For any fashion designer fabric first needs to be prepared with textures and then used for style and design Development . Style requires plain textures and some times textures fabric to be create better style. Here presenting few best ideas of textures which I learnt at my study of fashion design at Dezyne E'cole collage .
  41. 41. FABRIC MANIPULATION
  42. 42. FABRIC MANIPULATION
  43. 43. FABRIC MANIPULATION
  44. 44. FABRIC MANIPULATION
  45. 45. FABRIC MANIPULATION
  46. 46. FABRIC MANIPULATION
  47. 47. EMBROIDERY Embroidery is a craft with ancient origins, dating back to early cultures across the globe. By using a needle, thread or yarn is sewn on to a base material or fabric to create a pattern. Today, embroidery continues to be a popular craft and is often featured on clothing and decorative housewares. Learning how to embroider is fairly simple, but true mastery can take years and an untold amount of patience, not to mention pricked fingers. In Europe, embroidered clothing was a sign of wealth and prosperity for centuries. Primarily considered to be a woman's craft, many noble and royal ladies spend otherwise empty hours embroidering coats, shirts, tapestries, and linens with their waiting women. Even the capable and brilliant future Queen Elizabeth I of England enjoyed the craft, presenting her half-brother King Edward VI with a shirt she had hand-embroidered to celebrate his coronation. Nearly two centuries later, Madam de Pompadour, the powerful mistress of King Louis XV of France, sat for a portrait posed with her embroidery frame.
  48. 48. EMBROIDERY • Aari • Banjara embroidery • Banni or Heer Bharat (Gujarat) • Chamba Rumal (Himachal Pradesh) • Chikan or Chikankari (Uttar Pradesh) • Gota (Jaipur, Rajasthan) • Kantha (Bengal) • Kasuti or Kasuthi (Karnataka) • Kutch or Aribharat or • Kutchi bharat/Sindhi stitch (Gujarat) • Kashmiri Kashida (Kashmir) • Mukesh • Phool patti Ka Kaam (Uttar Pradesh) • Phulkari (Punjab and Haryana) • Rabari (Rajasthan and Gujarat) • Shisha or Mirrorwork (Gujarat, Rajasthan) • Toda embroidery • Zardozi or Zari or kalabattu Few traditional Indian Embroideries-
  49. 49. VICTORIAN EMBROIDERY
  50. 50. PRINTING Textile printing is the process of applying color to fabric in definite patterns or designs. In properly printed fabrics the color is bonded with the fiber, so as to resist washing and friction. Textile printing is related to dyeing but in dyeing properly the whole fabric is uniformly covered with one color, whereas in printing one or more colors are applied to it in certain parts only, and in sharply defined patterns. In printing, wooden blocks, stencils, engraved plates, rollers, or silkscreens can be used to place colors on the fabric. Colorants used in printing contain dyes thickened to prevent the color from spreading by capillary attraction beyond the limits of the pattern or design.
  51. 51. PRINTING Types of printing can be divided into – Direct Print Discharge Print Resist Print Pigment Print Specialty Print Other Printing Methods Batik is a technique of wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth, or cloth made using this technique. Batik is made either by drawing dots and lines of the resist with a spouted tool called a canting or by printing the resist with a copper stamp called a cap The applied wax resists dyes and therefore allows the artisan to color selectively by soaking the cloth in one color, removing the wax with boiling water, and repeating if multiple colors are desired. Woodblock printing on textiles is the process of printing patterns on textiles, usually of linen, cotton or silk, by means of incised wooden blocks. It is the earliest, simplest and slowest of all methods of textile printing. Block printing by hand is a slow process. It is, however, capable of yielding highly artistic results, some of which are unobtainable by any other method.
  52. 52. MOROOCAN PRINT CHEVRON PRINT
  53. 53. FRET PRINT
  54. 54. CHINESE PONEY PRINT
  55. 55. DRAPING The oldest method of pattern making from the ancient time period, is the draping method. Draping means to drape a fabric around body to cover the body of the wearer.it is the second method of garment construction. Draping is generally regarded as a creative approach. In this method a piece of two dimensional fabric is draped directly onto the dress form or figure and made to fit on the dress form to achieve the desired look or shape. The fabric may conform to the basic shape of the form or be arranged artistically in folds for a specific design. The muslin pattern is then transferred on the paper, and corrections are made, if any . And then the same are converted into final pattern. Draping is the important factor of Haute Couture. Haute couture design draped fabric to there ideas in reality. Origami is a best example of 3 dimensional draping. This is an Japanese art of paper folding but the new age designers using this method in draping to create such beautiful folds. Many fashion designers are working in this field.
  56. 56. PATTERN ENGINEERING Pattern designing is an extensive subject that courses principles of constructions and techniques in a wider perspective rather than style details. The human body form is made up of complex geometric shapes and creates problems in pattern construction. Garment construction is the complex process of garment, from fabric to garment and from cutting to the final finishes. It has a great importance in the fashion industry. There are two methods used by fashion industry- • Flat Pattern Method • Draping method • Flat pattern is generally called as pattern engineering has a great importance in fashion industry. It is a method where the entire pattern drafted on a flat surface from the series of measurement using rulers, curves and straight scales. A pattern maker uses various tools such as measuring tools, marking tools, cutting tools, pins, needles etc.it begins with the creation of a sloper or block pattern. A sloper pattern (home sewing) or block pattern (industrial production) is a custom fitted basic pattern from which patterns for many different styles can be developed. A simple fitted garment is made to the wearers measurements.
  57. 57. PATTERN GRADING In flat pattern method basic pattern sets are foundation drafts of any garment. It represents the dimensions of a specific form and figure. These are developed without any design feature, it is always traced for pattern making. The traced copy is referred as working pattern. Pattern construction can be divided into two parts- • Measuring Correctly • Knowledge of technique with which they are applied. Flat patterns are typically used by the mass production industry. These patterns are basically made in only one size. In order to produce clothing that fits various body type or decreased geometrically to create a complete range of sizes. The process of resizing the initial pattern is called “Grading”. Pattern developers take a middle sized pattern and grade it up for larger size and grade it down for smaller size. There are three different methods of pattern grading- • Cut and Spread method • Pattern Shifting • Computer Grading
  58. 58. INDIVIDUAL FIGURE ANALYSIS An awareness to anatomical differences among human helps explain why ready to wear garments can not possibly fit all figure types perfectly. The purpose of analyzing the figure is to determine if, and where, the figure deviates from standard average. It would be impractical and expensive for manufacturers to try to satisfy the needs of those figures who fall outside of the standard range.
  59. 59. NECKLINE FINISHES • Shaped Facing • Bias Facing • Pipin
  60. 60. ONE PIECE GARMENT Using Garment Finishes- Chelsea Collar Cap Sleeve (on fold) Lapped seam Double fold hemline
  61. 61. CAD (Orbito, Corel Draw, Photoshop)
  62. 62. ORBITO PATTERN DRAFTING
  63. 63. Draft of Petticoat
  64. 64. Draft of Kalidaar Kurta
  65. 65. Draft of Kameez
  66. 66. Draft of Choli Blouse
  67. 67. Draft of Saree Blouse
  68. 68. Draft of Night Suit
  69. 69. Draft of Men's Shirt
  70. 70. COREL DRAW
  71. 71. TYPOGRAPHY
  72. 72. COVER PAGE DESIGNING
  73. 73. MOTIF DESIGNING
  74. 74. FASHION ILLUSTRATIONS
  75. 75. PHOTOSHOP
  76. 76. COVER PAGE & POSTER DESIGNING
  77. 77. FASHION ILLUSTRATIONS
  78. 78. LAYOUT DESIGNING
  79. 79. PROJECTS During 2 Years Diploma
  80. 80. AATHITYA (Saree Design Project)
  81. 81. CASE STUDY Case Study- Device a collection of saree as uniform for the air hostess of Indian Airlines. She works in the sector of hospitality and she has nearly serves 300 to 350 people every day. she needs a formal saree which reflect the beautiful culture of India, with a powerful impact. Her age group is between 25 to 30 years. Observation- Holds an important position Meets and serves people. Her age group. Solutions- Needs an outfit or uniform with powerful impact and cultural influence. Colors can be urban, professional, official with the touch of Indian culture. Fabric should be wrinkle resistance ,and stiff and crisp, which can hold the crease of pleats easily. It can't be too much free flowing and light weighted. Surface design technique - Block Printing, Embroidery, Screen Printing
  82. 82. COLOR SELECTION Color is one of the most vital tool in the hands of designer. It is the most perceptible & prominent aspect of any designer, hence is central to the success or failure of a design scheme. It is very important that a designer has the full knowledge & understanding of this. Colors are the most important element of any design. When we search For any Formal design we can found the neutrals, earthy and the urban colors. Generally we can see the bright colors are not used in Formal designs but the variation in the colors are used. ex-tints and shades of any bright colors. Here are the various color schemes which can be used in any formal saree’s design:- Related color schemes Achromatic color scheme Monochromatic color scheme Polychromatic color scheme Analogous color scheme Neutral color scheme Assented Neutral color scheme Complementary color schemes
  83. 83. FABRIC SELECTION Formal wear is the dress which a person wears for his working hours. And every one wants a outfit for his working hours which is comfortable and stylish too. Fabric is the primary need of any garment. Fabric properties are most important for any fabric ex- wrinkle resistance, stain resistance and breathable etc. In a formal saree as uniform wearer always want a stiff fabric which can hold the saree pleats in a elegant manner and don't causes static charge with body. As a fashion designer I will used these fabrics for design a saree as uniform:-Silk Blends, Tussar silk, Khadi silk cotton, Muga silk, Pat silk, Murshidabad silk, Bhagalpuri silk, Poly cotton, Taffeta, Manmade synthetic silk . Note :- Khadi fabrics are highly demanded fabric in these days by the professionals. In the year 2016 air India choose Khadi Silk fabric for the uniforms.
  84. 84. FABRIC SELECTION (FABRIC BOARD)
  85. 85. TECHNIQUE SELECTION
  86. 86. Egyptian Papyrus Flower PAPYRUS FLOWER ARCHITECTURAL MOTIF
  87. 87. Stylization Of Motif
  88. 88. Motif Development REPETITIONMOTIF
  89. 89. Inscribing In A Shape
  90. 90. Regular Repetition
  91. 91. Overlapping
  92. 92. Brick Repetition
  93. 93. Ascending & Descending
  94. 94. Stripes Repetition
  95. 95. Scattered
  96. 96. Saree Layout SAREE FULL LENGTH (6 METERS BY 1.5 METERS) COLORBOARD BORDER
  97. 97. SAREE FULL LENGTH (6 METERS BY 1.5 METERS) COLORBOARD BORDER Saree Layout
  98. 98. SAREE FULL LENGTH (6 METERS BY 1.5 METERS) COLORBOARD END PIECE Saree Layout
  99. 99. SAREE FULL LENGTH (6 METERS BY 1.5 METERS) COLORBOARD END PIECE Saree Layout
  100. 100. SAREE FULL LENGTH (6 METERS BY 1.5 METERS) COLORBOARD END PIECE Saree Layout
  101. 101. Saree Layout SAREE FULL LENGTH (6 METERS BY 1.5 METERS) COLORBOARD END PIECE
  102. 102. Saree Layout SAREE FULL LENGTH (6 METERS BY 1.5 METERS) COLORBOARD END PIECE
  103. 103. Saree Layout SAREE FULL LENGTH (6 METERS BY 1.5 METERS) COLORBOARD END PIECE
  104. 104. Saree Layout SAREE FULL LENGTH (6 METERS BY 1.5 METERS) COLORBOARD END PIECE
  105. 105. Saree Layout SAREE FULL LENGTH (6 METERS BY 1.5 METERS) COLORBOARD SAREE BODY
  106. 106. SAREE PROTOTYPE
  107. 107. SHIBORI THE ART OF TIE AND DYE
  108. 108. SHIBORI Shibori is a Japanese shape resist method of tie and dye. Shibori is the Japanese word for a variety of ways of embellishing textiles by shaping cloth and securing it before dyeing.The word comes from the verb root shiboru, "to wring, squeeze, press." Although shibori is used to designate a particular group of resist-dyed textiles, the verb root of the word emphasizes the action performed on cloth, the process of manipulating fabric. Rather than treating cloth as a two-dimensional surface, with shibori it is given a three-dimensional form by folding, crumpling, stitching, plaiting, or plucking and twisting. Cloth shaped by these methods is secured in a number of ways, such as binding and knotting. It is the pliancy of a textile and its potential for creating a multitude of shape-resisted designs that the Japanese concept of shibori recognizes and explores. The shibori family of techniques includes numerous resist processes practiced throughout the world.
  109. 109. TECHNIQUES
  110. 110. TECHNIQUES
  111. 111. ACCESSORIES
  112. 112. KALEIDOSCOPE FASHION SHOW
  113. 113. MY CREATION
  114. 114. PROJECT GEOMETRY
  115. 115. GEOMETRY Generally people connect the geometry with the field of mathematics and that is true that geometry is the synonym for mathematical measurements like area, volume, length, height, width etc. but in the changing scenario of fashion world geometry is a great factor of inspiration for designing .in fashion industry geometry could be seen in silhouettes, necklines, sleeves, collars, hemlines, cutting lines, stylines surface ornamentations like prints, embroidery, applique, fabric manipulations etc. The various concepts of geometry in fashion are- The Japanese Origami The Tribal Art Islamic Art and Architecture Minimalist Fashion Futuristic Influence
  116. 116. GEOMETRY As a student of fashion designing I prepared a project with the inspiration of geometry. Here is a brief knowledge about my subsequent pages which all are based upon the inspiration of geometry. When I studied about the geometry I found that geometry has been evolved when the ancient civilizations are growing. In the term geometry “Geo” means “Earth” and “Metry” means “Measurement”. Geometry is all about dimensions & proportion. The greatest example of this is the human body form, because every part of human body is in a prefixed proportion. This is also known as the golden section or golden ratio. We can easily found geometry in our surroundings i.e. in nature as flora and fauna, architecture of buildings, garments, automobiles and many more…. These all are a group of many shapes and forms, which all could not imagine without geometry, because geometry is all about the dimensions & proportion. The famous painting by Leonardo da Vinci shows the geometry in human body is named as the “Vitruvius Man”. in the earliest civilization geometry could be seen in the architecture of Rome, Pyramids of Egypt etc.
  117. 117. Geometry In Daily Life
  118. 118. GEOMETRY FOR DESIGN • SACRED GEOMETRY • CONTEMPORARY FASHION • ARCHITECTURAL GEOMETRY • MOROCCAN STYLE • JAPANESE ORIGAMI • CHINESE ART • ISLAMIC GEOMETRY
  119. 119. Geometry Through The Designer's Eye
  120. 120. Hussain Chalayan
  121. 121. Issey Miyake
  122. 122. Yohji Yamamoto
  123. 123. Rai Kabakuvo
  124. 124. Shingo Sato
  125. 125. DRAFTING
  126. 126. DRAFTING
  127. 127. DRAFTING
  128. 128. DRAFTING
  129. 129. CASE STUDY Create a collection for the Indian youth. As a fashion designer I wanted to create a capsule collection for this challenging for this challenging youth who need the change in garments and want innovative and some creative ideas in their dressing.
  130. 130. PROJECT GEOMETRY • COLLECTION- CAPSULE COLLECTION • INSPIRATION- ARCHITECTURAL GEOMETRY • CONCEPT- FLOOR PATTERNS • INFLUENCE- ARCHIVISM
  131. 131. MOSAIC FLOORING
  132. 132. MIDDLE EASTERN FLOORING
  133. 133. EDWARDIAN FLOORING
  134. 134. PARQUET FLOORING
  135. 135. ELEGANT BROWNS & TRENDY BUTTERCUP COLOR SCHEME- ASSENTED NEUTRAL MOOD BOARD
  136. 136. MATERIAL BOARD
  137. 137. FABRIC PREPARATION
  138. 138. D OFFICE WEAR DESIGNING YEAR END PROJECT 1ST YEAR DIPLOMA HEENA SONI B.Sc. FASHION TECHNOLOGY
  139. 139. CASE STUDY The client for whom we need to create a style holds an important position in a company. The company she works deals with making of Adidas Shoes, She is the sales manager of that company and needs a formal wear to be designed for her. She has nearly a meeting with 10 new officials everyday. She wants official colors and no fancy areas in her designing . Her age group is between 30 to 35.
  140. 140. OBSERVATION The client is the sales manager in her company. She has nearly a meeting with 10 new officials everyday. She needs a formal office wear which has powerful impact on others. We use official urban colors for her dress. In her dress the fabric finishes should be included like the fabric must have wrinkle resistance, stain resistance and hydrophilic. The dress must has good quality control(stich finishes).and she does not want any fancy designing element in her outfit.
  141. 141. COLOR SELECTION Colors are the most important element of any design. When we search For any official design we can found the neutrals, earthy and the urban colors. Generally we can see the bright colors are not used in official designs but the variation in the colors are used. ex-tints and shades of any bright colors.
  142. 142. FABRIC SELECTION Office wear is the dress which a person wears for his working hours. And every one wants a outfit for his working hours which is comfortable and stylish too. Fabric is the primary need of any garment. Fabric properties are most important for any fabric ex- wrinkle resistance, stain resistance and breathable etc. Generally manmade fibers are used for office wear fabric because most of the characteristics of other vegetable fibers are included in these fibers or it can be inserted by yarn formation process. As a fashion designer I will used these fabrics for office wear dress. Giza Cotton Cotton Polyester Poplin Gabardine Rayon
  143. 143. MOOD BOARD TRAPEZE SHAPE SILHOUTTE
  144. 144. IDEA GENERATION
  145. 145. MOOD BOARD WEDGE SHAPE SILHOUTTE
  146. 146. IDEA GENERATION
  147. 147. MOOD BOARD HOUR GLASS SILHOUTTE
  148. 148. IDEA GENERATION
  149. 149. MOOD BOARD RECTANGULAR SILHOUTTE
  150. 150. IDEA GENERATION
  151. 151. UPPER TORSO Front View Back View FINAL SELECTED DESIGN
  152. 152. TEST FIT GARMENT UPPER TORSO Flat Tennis Collar Cap Sleeve Fabric Manipulation
  153. 153. Waist Belt Metal Hook Button TEST FIT GARMENT LOWER TORSO
  154. 154. ACTIVITIES
  155. 155. CAMPUS LIFE
  156. 156. COLLEGE EVENTS
  157. 157. FABRIC FAIR
  158. 158. FABRIC FAIR
  159. 159. MARKET SURVEY
  160. 160. THANK YOUFOR MORE DETAILS – www.dezyneecole.com Heena Soni B.Sc. Fashion Technology+ 2 years advance diploma

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