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Amalie von Schubert, Deborah Wohlleben,      Natalie Quadt, Amelie Lefeber         21th December 2012    Dozentin Ellen Pa...
   Cotton: 40-80cents  90 cents           cotton                                    http://www.indexmundi.com/commoditie...
   Coarse Wool: $7  $12          coarse wool                            http://www.indexmundi.com/commodities/?commodity...
   Fine Wool: $8  $13          fine wool                          http://www.indexmundi.com/commodities/?commodity=fine-...
   20 000 liters of water per Kilogram   synthetic chemical pesticides                                        http://cdn...
   Natural water supply   93% of water of dying process reused   Natural fertilizers   Protects groundwater quality   ...
   Grows very fast – one foot a day   Little water   Regenerative   No fertilizers   Odor resistant    http://image.m...
   Old plastic bottles + energy   Recycled   Produced into a new garment   Recycled   Cradle to Cradle               ...
9http://www.baoobaoo.com/en/environment
   undemanding plant   produced in Germany   extremely durable and long lasting   absorbs moisture    http://photos.tr...
Hemp   grows without chemical weed destruction    and pesticides   absorbs 30% moisture   dries very quickly and rots v...
   fabric: 30 % milk, 67% viscose, 3 %    spandex   one dress = 3 liters of milk   uses only low quality milk          ...
   more minerals and vitamins than any other    natural products   1 kilogram of dried seaweed = 100.000 liter    of sea...
   QR codes or integrated RFID chips   Bracelets/Chips: medical devices      heart rate monitors      hearing aids    ...
Transport by trainhttp://www.salinasforw.com/images/freight_forward    http://www.internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/env...
Low CO2 emission:ships using modern sailing                             http://www.pressebox.de/attachments/details/92100 ...
   Less stress for the yarn   Fabric is softer and more durable   Longer lifetime of garments                          ...
   On the spot washing   Repair   Donate   Air out clothes    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_hwX9imRHkJY/TNQhQ_i3ihI/AAAAAA...
   Choosing the best fabric for the longest durability   water& energy savings are effectuated by reusing & remanufactur...
   Should be informed about:      Latest trends      Latest developments in technology      Permanently changing lifes...
   Selling sustainable products:      Durable      High quality      Provide a certain comfort      Production is ada...
Target group   Forward looking   Environmentally thoughtful   Age: 20-45 years   Great importance on ecological materi...
   waisted trench coat   closed by a double-breasted suit   3 Ornamental and 3 normal buttons   2 princess-seams   2 ...
   very wide cut   shirred at the waist   consists of milk fiber   gives a beautiful silky case   cares for the skin ...
   tight-fitting breeches   narrow collar   2 diagonal pockets   made of seaweed fibers   specifically produced for A...
   wide, long blazer   sharp lapel   3 patch pockets   the hem is rounded   2-seam sleeves   made of hemp   extreme...
   loose jumpsuit   is curled at the waist   Strapless   2 pockets   made of milk fiber   cares for the skin   silk...
   the dress is tight to the body   has a hood   the cape is cut wide   falls gently over the dress   you can feel co...
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Slow is beautiful MDH Modedesign 1011 W2012

  1. 1. Amalie von Schubert, Deborah Wohlleben, Natalie Quadt, Amelie Lefeber 21th December 2012 Dozentin Ellen Pabst von Ohain Modul 1.5. FachspracheMD.H Mediadesign Hochschule München
  2. 2.  Cotton: 40-80cents  90 cents cotton http://www.indexmundi.com/commodities/?commodity=cotton&months=180 2
  3. 3.  Coarse Wool: $7  $12 coarse wool http://www.indexmundi.com/commodities/?commodity=coarse-wool&months=180 3
  4. 4.  Fine Wool: $8  $13 fine wool http://www.indexmundi.com/commodities/?commodity=fine-wool&months=180 4
  5. 5.  20 000 liters of water per Kilogram synthetic chemical pesticides http://cdn.humansinvent.com.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/MCotton1.jpg http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-4-OxCuOU-0c/UDL4TcddKtI/AAAAAAAAAAA/iY4Hg9JUZas/s200/fertilizer.gif 5
  6. 6.  Natural water supply 93% of water of dying process reused Natural fertilizers Protects groundwater quality http://love.palmsdevelopment.com/images/widescreen/photo_cottonField.jpg 6
  7. 7.  Grows very fast – one foot a day Little water Regenerative No fertilizers Odor resistant http://image.made-in-china.com/2f0j00AeOayzTShfrG/Bamboo-Fiber.jpg http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-6qn1fAuIyuc/T-9gWVBkFfI/AAAAAAAAAKk/wEd22bV5HjI/s1600/5742591_orig.jpg 7
  8. 8.  Old plastic bottles + energy Recycled Produced into a new garment Recycled Cradle to Cradle http://news.textiles.org.tw/tts2008/SUPER/images/140648071.jpg 8
  9. 9. 9http://www.baoobaoo.com/en/environment
  10. 10.  undemanding plant produced in Germany extremely durable and long lasting absorbs moisture http://photos.tradeholding.com/attach/hash91/100955/natural_hand_spun_nettle_thr http://www.pflanzenkultur.de/pics/250_nessel_nah.jpg 10 eads.jpg
  11. 11. Hemp grows without chemical weed destruction and pesticides absorbs 30% moisture dries very quickly and rots very slowlyhttp://www.taz.de/uploads/images/684x342/21211133_hanf_dpa_1301.jpg http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi a/commons/thumb/2/2d/Hanfsteng el.jpg/220px-Hanfstengel.jpg 11
  12. 12.  fabric: 30 % milk, 67% viscose, 3 % spandex one dress = 3 liters of milk uses only low quality milk http://www.mdr.de/einfach-genial/milchfaser108_v-standardBig_zc- 3ad1f7a1.jpg?version=43693 http://www.mdr.de/einfach-genial/milchfaser104_v-standardBig_zc- http://www.mdr.de/einfach-genial/milchfaser104_v-standardBig_zc- 3ad1f7a1.jpg?version=14894 3ad1f7a1.jpg?version=14894 12
  13. 13.  more minerals and vitamins than any other natural products 1 kilogram of dried seaweed = 100.000 liter of sea water algae is cut in a sustainable manner http://www.smartfiber.de/deutsch/images/ecoenvogue_seacell_10_2012.pdf http://www.smartfiber.de/deutsch/images/ecoenvogue_seacell_10_2012.pdf 13 http://www.smartfiber.de/deutsch/images/ecoenvogue_seacell_10_2012.pdf
  14. 14.  QR codes or integrated RFID chips Bracelets/Chips: medical devices  heart rate monitors  hearing aids  blood glucose meters http://beqrious.com/wp- content/uploads/2012/01/qr-code-fashion.jpg http://api.ning.com/files/V3Xj7mk7FR8qBxpHzZMIcvSZGghz13Tkc4yxiy http://api.ning.com/files/44eY8UdC3G3wDzYzK rSU2Ul*qfBs16XlijTXuRAMHMlJu0yMS6yoQzcFqYwa- RQ*9plgmzJXryy1IeW2xVAdW2IWAudoj10fso9 XkpTBoaK7UCXD4/lights_animation_tweened_2.gif 3cO83joOSQJzqsSxR0KZ83gur0Q*1YfwYBTw 14 AGIMG/NikeFuelband.jpg?width=750
  15. 15. Transport by trainhttp://www.salinasforw.com/images/freight_forward http://www.internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/environment/CO2/World.pdf _train_1.jpg 15
  16. 16. Low CO2 emission:ships using modern sailing http://www.pressebox.de/attachments/details/92100 http://www.internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/environment/CO2/ World.pdf 16
  17. 17.  Less stress for the yarn Fabric is softer and more durable Longer lifetime of garments http://www.wunderweib.de/media/redaktionell/wunderweib/wohnendeko/dekogastlic hkeit_2/themenanlsse/folklore/folkloremuster_09_2009/Gemusterte-kleidung-an- Waescheleine-600-800.jpg 17
  18. 18.  On the spot washing Repair Donate Air out clothes http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_hwX9imRHkJY/TNQhQ_i3ihI/AAAAAAAAAQo/hB1fFCb http://noh.easterseals.com/images/content/pagebuilder/1035667.jpg 0ACA/s1600/washing%2Bclothes.jpg 18
  19. 19.  Choosing the best fabric for the longest durability water& energy savings are effectuated by reusing & remanufacturing manufacturer scores high savings virgin materials are replaced by remanufactured clothes takes more time but pays off referring to costs saves costs & energy up to 70% Holds financial benefits for purchasers, manufacturer & wider economy 19 http://www.productdesignenvironment.info/concepts2.htm
  20. 20.  Should be informed about:  Latest trends  Latest developments in technology  Permanently changing lifestyle of the people Main things are not the profit Important aspects:  Economical sustainability  Ecology  Environmental protection  Conserving natural resources (water, plant, oil) http://newsage.de/wp-content/uploads_newsage_888/milch.jpg 20
  21. 21.  Selling sustainable products:  Durable  High quality  Provide a certain comfort  Production is adapted to the environment Connection between fashion and technology www.faces.ch/quotes 21
  22. 22. Target group Forward looking Environmentally thoughtful Age: 20-45 years Great importance on ecological materials fair production Open to new developments Accept corresponding price Want to be informed of any step that the cloths is living trough Designs are in the background Emphasis placed on:  Sustainability  Resource conservation  quality 22
  23. 23.  waisted trench coat closed by a double-breasted suit 3 Ornamental and 3 normal buttons 2 princess-seams 2 Frankfurter pockets 2-piece lapel and a shoulder yoke made out of nettles very durable and long lasting sophisticated satin slightly feminine elegance 23
  24. 24.  very wide cut shirred at the waist consists of milk fiber gives a beautiful silky case cares for the skin 24
  25. 25.  tight-fitting breeches narrow collar 2 diagonal pockets made of seaweed fibers specifically produced for Allergy very comfortable on the skin very good for the skin, because of the minerals contained in the seaweed fiber 25
  26. 26.  wide, long blazer sharp lapel 3 patch pockets the hem is rounded 2-seam sleeves made of hemp extremely durable has a very high resistance must be washed less 26
  27. 27.  loose jumpsuit is curled at the waist Strapless 2 pockets made of milk fiber cares for the skin silken case 27
  28. 28.  the dress is tight to the body has a hood the cape is cut wide falls gently over the dress you can feel completely abolished made from the seaweed fiber provides the wearer a very blissful comfort the cape is very good for down recycling 28
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