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Patchwork  Planet
Contents: Problem Definition  A Comparison of  Problems and Results  Designs  Bibliography
Problem DefinitionGlobal balance ofwealth and power: Global balance of power has shifted  Asia has   experienced a rise  ...
West: plagued by                     slower rates of growth                     and consumptionAging populationsObesityExp...
Resource shortagescountries, regions guardtheir technologies andresources jealously,refusing to sharesustainability know-h...
Policy direction:                    geopolitical tensions
Decarbonistation in the EU    strict carbon tax, pricing regime, carbon tarifs on      imports
US and EU are not needed for China,or other „nouveau riche“ economies anymore
governments protect their„national champions“(each countries biggest company)
Responses toclimate change: Natural disaster in low- income countries   aid agencies     continue to help,     but no glo...
Material  limited access to global market     high resource prices     new spins and old materials
priorisation of land usefor food and energycorps pressure on  cottonproduction  (cotton = luxurious fabric)
National Results                   localised                   supply chains                   more local                 ...
regional fashion, inspired by religion and cultural ideas
materials like    Cow milk fibres    Linen    Hemp    Wool    Leather All are traditional and  in Germany usable  materials
Flax / Linen
Industrial  Hemp
Wool
Cow Milk Fibre
Business Landscape large global businesses still exist, but competition of local companies much  higher than before Most s...
companies with a longlocal heritage arestrongest Consumers are often    extremely patriotic
Consumer Behaviour consumers expect highly  seasonal and fast fashion consumers still aspire to own more goods
styles are tucked, strappedand zipped  different looks in one     can be created  changing is easy and fastunique, indiv...
Recycling   Re-knit   Re-use celulose  Re-use wool-fibres  felt
waterless washing machinesMaterials / coatings thatreduce need for washing andironing
re-printable shirts printable, removable foils highly personalized fashion
DesignsOutfit 1The Jacket hasdraw-cords onboth sleeves tovariate sleeve                     The short dresslength         ...
Outfit 2        The neckline                looks like a                blouse and the                shape is quite      ...
Outfit 3A layeredfeminine dressThe fabric isdraped acrossthe breast with adraw-cord acrossthe front centreWith the draw-co...
Outfit 4             This long dress is                     advantegeousThis blazer has      for women withdraw-cords on  ...
Bibliography Financial times, germany, www.ftd.de http://www.sachsenleinen.de/index.php?id_kat=4&sprache=de# http://www.cl...
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Mediadesign HS Modedesign S 2012

  1. 1. Patchwork Planet
  2. 2. Contents: Problem Definition A Comparison of Problems and Results Designs Bibliography
  3. 3. Problem DefinitionGlobal balance ofwealth and power: Global balance of power has shifted Asia has experienced a rise in power and prominence
  4. 4. West: plagued by slower rates of growth and consumptionAging populationsObesityExpensive medicine
  5. 5. Resource shortagescountries, regions guardtheir technologies andresources jealously,refusing to sharesustainability know-howwith other countries
  6. 6. Policy direction: geopolitical tensions
  7. 7. Decarbonistation in the EU  strict carbon tax, pricing regime, carbon tarifs on imports
  8. 8. US and EU are not needed for China,or other „nouveau riche“ economies anymore
  9. 9. governments protect their„national champions“(each countries biggest company)
  10. 10. Responses toclimate change: Natural disaster in low- income countries  aid agencies continue to help, but no global framework
  11. 11. Material limited access to global market  high resource prices  new spins and old materials
  12. 12. priorisation of land usefor food and energycorps pressure on cottonproduction (cotton = luxurious fabric)
  13. 13. National Results localised supply chains more local production and consumption
  14. 14. regional fashion, inspired by religion and cultural ideas
  15. 15. materials like Cow milk fibres Linen Hemp Wool Leather All are traditional and in Germany usable materials
  16. 16. Flax / Linen
  17. 17. Industrial Hemp
  18. 18. Wool
  19. 19. Cow Milk Fibre
  20. 20. Business Landscape large global businesses still exist, but competition of local companies much higher than before Most succesfull companies devolve their identity into a number of smaller, local brands
  21. 21. companies with a longlocal heritage arestrongest Consumers are often extremely patriotic
  22. 22. Consumer Behaviour consumers expect highly seasonal and fast fashion consumers still aspire to own more goods
  23. 23. styles are tucked, strappedand zipped  different looks in one can be created  changing is easy and fastunique, individual
  24. 24. Recycling Re-knit Re-use celulose Re-use wool-fibres felt
  25. 25. waterless washing machinesMaterials / coatings thatreduce need for washing andironing
  26. 26. re-printable shirts printable, removable foils highly personalized fashion
  27. 27. DesignsOutfit 1The Jacket hasdraw-cords onboth sleeves tovariate sleeve The short dresslength has adjustable draw-cordsMagnet buttons above the hipsare sewn in thejacket to close it Waistline and hips look more feminine
  28. 28. Outfit 2 The neckline looks like a blouse and the shape is quite simple Changeable look because of the draw- cord at the front centre
  29. 29. Outfit 3A layeredfeminine dressThe fabric isdraped acrossthe breast with adraw-cord acrossthe front centreWith the draw-cord you canchange thesilhouette fromtight to wide
  30. 30. Outfit 4 This long dress is advantegeousThis blazer has for women withdraw-cords on big legsboth sleeves tovariate the sleeve Inspired bylength traditional german clothesMagnet buttonsclose the blazer It has a lowquickley neckline and a draw-cord belowAt the waist line to change theare two draw- neckline lengthcords to regulatethe blazer length It is a long dress,too but the length is changeable too
  31. 31. Bibliography Financial times, germany, www.ftd.de http://www.sachsenleinen.de/index.php?id_kat=4&sprache=de# http://www.climateactionprogramme.org/analysis/what_to_wear _the_rise_of_sustainable_fashion/ - climate action, assisiting business towards carbon neutrality All-Forum_of_the_future-fashion_Futures_2025.pdf www.hanffaser.de www.qmilk.eu

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