Alternative Futures: The Creative Reconsideration Of Fashion Objects, 2018 The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Alternative Futures: The Creative Reconsideration Of Fashion Objects, Kathryn Roberts
All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
This project is the beginning of what I intend to be a larger, evolving work that seeks to marry the theoretical with the practical when considering fashion objects that have “served their purpose”. The object at the project’s focal point: a worn out pair of blue jeans. My particular focus on jeans is based on the fact that they, alongside the t-shirt, are one of the most ubiquitous and commonly owned pieces of clothing for people all over the world. This wardrobe staple transcends age, race, and class, as it occupies an iconic status that has made them invulnerable ...
Venus In Knitwear, 2018 Vocational Training Council
Venus In Knitwear
SIGNED: The Magazine of The Hong Kong Design Institute
In September, Keith Kwok Kin Ming -- 2017 HKDI Higher Diploma in Fashion Design graduate from the Department of Fashion and Image Design -- was named overall champion at the 7th Hong Kong Young Knitwear Designer's Contest. His collection Transition of Venus takes its name from the extremely rare phenomenon...
In Praise Of Silk, 2018 Vocational Training Council
In Praise Of Silk
SIGNED: The Magazine of The Hong Kong Design Institute
Silk, a natural material that was first used in China around 6000 years ago, still outperforms even the most high-tech artificial fibres and continues to be considered the epitome of style and luxury. A recent exhibition at HKDI's d-mart explored this wonder material
Katharine Hepburn: Dressed For Stage And Screen, 2018 Kent State University
Katharine Hepburn: Dressed For Stage And Screen, Jean L. Druesedow
Kent State University Museum
No abstract provided.
Interpreted Fashions Of The Yoruba Tribe, 2017 Western Michigan University
Interpreted Fashions Of The Yoruba Tribe, Ramea Starling
The visual presentation that I have created is a representation of the popular fashions of the Yoruba tribe found in Nigeria. The purpose of this fashion line that I have created is to bring culture awareness about the West African tribe to everyone who comes into contact with my line. Historically, the Yoruba Tribes culture mainly focuses on family, religion, and fashion (through their unique sense of textiles) so I really wanted to showcase this in a line. As a fashion design student at Western I also wanted to take this opportunity to display the skills that I have learned ...
Embracing Bacterial Cellulose As A Catalyst For Sustainable Fashion, 2017 Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, Liberty University
Embracing Bacterial Cellulose As A Catalyst For Sustainable Fashion, Luis Quijano
Senior Honors Theses
Bacterial cellulose is a leather-like material produced during the production of Kombucha as a pellicle of bacterial cellulose (SCOBY) using Kombucha SCOBY, water, sugar, and green tea. Through an examination of the bacteria that produces the cellulose pellicle of the interface of the media and the air, currently named Komagataeibacter xylinus, an investigation of the growing process of bacterial cellulose and its uses, an analysis of bacterial cellulose’s properties, and a discussion of its prospects, one can fully grasp bacterial cellulose’s potential in becoming a catalyst for sustainable fashion. By laying the groundwork for further research to be ...
Updating An Introductory Class On A Computer Aided Design Course As This Software Pertains To Fashion, 2017 Buffalo State College
Updating An Introductory Class On A Computer Aided Design Course As This Software Pertains To Fashion, Lynn Boorady P.H.D
Fostering Innovation in Teaching with Technology (FITT) Academy
Updating an introductory class on a Computer Aided Design course as this software pertains to fashion Project Scope: To identify OER materials for FTT faculty to use in their courses and locate materials specifically for use in the introduction to Fashion technology class. Use these resources to update a beginning fashion class in computer technology.
Source Open Educational Resources for the faculty to use in their classes.
- Which allows students to work on independently – Microsoft Word, Excel and PPT. Also Adobe CS.
- Investigate Lynda.com - https://rite.buffalostate.edu/nypl-benefits.html
Using the objectives of the ...
Developing A Technological Garment To Aid Those With Anxiety Disorder, 2017 Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Developing A Technological Garment To Aid Those With Anxiety Disorder, Katherine N. Boedecker
ASA Multidisciplinary Research Symposium
The purpose of this research was to develop a technological garment for patients in behavioral health hospitals with anxiety disorder.
Precolumbian Textile Conference Vii / Jornadas De Textiles Precolombinos Vii, 2017 University of Copenhagen
Precolumbian Textile Conference Vii / Jornadas De Textiles Precolombinos Vii, Lena Bjerregaard, Ann H. Peters
Introduction — Lena Bjerregaard and Ann Peters
1. Mesoamerican Archaeological Textiles: An Overview of Materials, Techniques, and Contexts — Laura Filloy Nadal
2. Urdimbres enlazadas de Mesoamérica. Textil de la Cueva del Gallo, Morelos, México — Patricia Ochoa Castillo & Rosa Lorena Román Torres •
3. Los textiles procedentes del actual estado de Guerrero, México: una revisión a su estudio desde la perspectiva arqueológica y etnohistórica — Elizabeth Jiménez García
4. Classic Textiles from Cueva del Lazo (Chiapas, Mexico). Archaeological context and conservation issues — Davide Domenici & Gloria Martha Sánchez Valenzuela
5. Textiles y otros materiales arqueológicos del valle de Tehuacán, México, en los Museos reales de Arte e Historia (MRAH), Bruselas — Julia Montoya
6. The World on a Whorl: Considerations on Aztec Spindle Whorl Iconography — Jesper Nielsen
7. Mexica Textiles: Archaeological Remains from the Sacred Precincts of Tenochtitlan and Tlatelolco — Leonardo López Luján & Salvador Guilliem Arroyo
8. Andean Textile Traditions: Material Knowledge and Culture, Part 1 — Elena Phipps
9. Introduction into the history of the textile collection at the Ethnological Museum Berlin — Beatrix Hoffmann
10. Archaeological Textiles of Sechín Bajo – a formative Site of the North Coast of Peru: Preliminarily Results — Katalin Nagy
11. Headdress forms in the Paracas Necrópolis Mortuary Tradition — Ann H. Peters
12. Nasca Textiles of south Peru, Los Molinos, Sector B. Analysis and Insights — Dr. Daniela Biermann
13. Pre-Columbian Textile Structures at Castillo de Huarmey, Peru — Aleksandra Laszczka, Jeffrey C. Splitstoser, & Miłosz Giersz
14. The curious case of Sir Henry Wellcome’s wooden statuette clad in tie-dyed Wari cloth — Penelope Dransart
15. Tocados del Horizonte Medio al Intermedio Tardío en la costa central: Una visión desde el valle de Asia, Perú (Siglos VII-XII d.C.) — Rommel Angeles Falcón
16. Hallazgo de una Ofrenda Textil con material Horizonte Tardío e Inca Local en el valle medio de Pisco — Luis Peña Callirgos
17. Trajes de poder. Los conjuntos Chimú con borlas — Victòria Solanilla
18. Structure, Design, and Gender in Inka Textiles — Blenda Femenías
19. Lambayeque Textile Iconography and its Continuity in Chimu and Inca Cultures, and its link to modern Ecuadorian Pujilí Corpus Christi Celebrations — Yvonne Fleitman & Alisa Baginski
20. La imagen divina y el simbolismo religioso en textiles del Antiguo Perú — Uwe Carlson
Conservation, reconstruction, analyses
21. Provenance investigations of raw materials in pre-Columbian textiles from Pachacamac; strontium isotope analyses — Karin Margarita Frei & Lena Bjerregaard
22. Analysis of Paracas fibre material from the Gothenburg Collection — Anna Javér
23. La conservación de dos fardos funerarios provenientes de contextos arqueológicos: El caso de la cueva del Lazo, Ocozocoautla, Chiapas y la cueva de la Candelaria, Torreón, Coahuila, México — Gloria Martha Sánchez Valenzuela
24. The Arizona Openwork (Tonto) Shirt Project — Carol James
School Foodservice Employees' Perceptions Of Practice: Differences By Generational Age And Hours Worked, 2017 Iowa State University
School Foodservice Employees' Perceptions Of Practice: Differences By Generational Age And Hours Worked, Catherine H. Strohbehn, Jinhyun Jun, Susan W. Arendt
Purpose/Objectives This study investigated the influences of school foodservice employees' age and average number of hours worked per week on perceived safe food handling practices, barriers, and motivators.
Methods A bilingual survey (English and Spanish) was developed to assess reported food safety practices, barriers, and motivators to follow safe food handling behaviors. Perceptions of frequency of following listed food handling practices, importance of barriers to following safe food handling, and importance of motivating factors that encouraged safe food handling were rated using a 5 point Likert type scale. Demographic questions were also included on the survey.
Results A total ...
Uprising, Issue 4, [Fall 2017], 2017 University of Northern Iowa
Uprising, Issue 4, [Fall 2017], University Of Northern Iowa. Northern Iowa Student Government.
Inside This Issue:
Viva la Bonita ••• 6
Metro Records ••• 11
Self Service ••• 16
The Misfits ••• 22
Power Surge ••• 36
Going Back to Your Roots ••• 44
Print Objects And Fashion Subjects: Independent Publishing In The Contemporary Fashion Milieu Since The 1980s, Susan E. Thomas
Brooklyn Library Faculty Publications
The author documents and discusses the independent books, magazines, and print projects produced by fashion designers since the 1980s when fashion and art aligned and fashion publishing transformed. Significant collaboration among fashion designers, graphic designers, photographers, and artists developed in the 1980s and continues in the twenty-first century. Self-published zines and lookbooks, small-press photobooks, and independent magazines point away from the fashion industry and towards the febrile and conceptual world of artists’ books and magazines. Fashion designers’ practices have expanded, and book making and publishing, rooted in art and graphic design, have become significant and symbolic multidisciplinary activities within specific ...
Vrai: The Culture Of Knockoff Goods In Morocco Their Social Value, Utility, And Context In Contemporary Rabat, 2017 SIT Graduate Institute
Vrai: The Culture Of Knockoff Goods In Morocco Their Social Value, Utility, And Context In Contemporary Rabat, Peter Nyberg
Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection
Fashion has long been an aspect of culture through which people identify, and it serves as a marker for class, nationality, and various other social statuses. With the continued democratization of culture via the internet and its various outlets, such as social media, fashion culture and the divide between high couture and mass-produced clothing, as noted by Bourdieu, is becoming less distinct. In the context of Rabat, Morocco, this has partially played out in the consumption of knockoff goods by the youth, a part of a larger individuation process that includes a “westernization”of dress and a slow departure ...
Guide To The Nena Ivon Collection, 2017 Columbia College Chicago
Guide To The Nena Ivon Collection, College Archives & Special Collections
This guide describes the organization and scope of the Nena Ivon archival collection, housed within the College Archives & Special Collections at Columbia College Chicago. At age 17, Nena Ivon was promoted to Assistant Fashion Director of the Saks Fifth Avenue store in Chicago and later became the Director of Fashion and Special Events for forty years. She began teaching in the Fashion Studies program at Columbia College Chicago and works extensively with Fashion Columbia.
Partnering With A University Garden For A Non-Traditional Materials Fashion Design Assignment: Collaboration, Creativity, And Community Engagement, Ellen Carol Mckinney
Ellen C. McKinney
The innovative teaching strategy was partnering with a University Garden to obtain non-traditional materials for advanced fashion design students' creative projects. Situated on a 17-acre site, the University Garden is a year-round attraction features distinct gardens both indoors and outdoors on a 17-acre campus, a Conservatory with seasonal displays, a 2,500-square-foot Butterfly Wing, and a Gift Shop. Benefits of this partnership included: (a) unique materials for students to work with, (b) improved cross-departmental relationships, and (b) opportunities for students to engage the local community with their creative work. The purpose of this teaching strategy was to find a new ...
Why Do They Sew? A Need To Discover The Motives Of Young Women To Sew Their Own Clothing, 2017 Iowa State University
Why Do They Sew? A Need To Discover The Motives Of Young Women To Sew Their Own Clothing, Addie Martindale, Ellen Mckinney
Ellen C. McKinney
The interest in home sewing has seen a resurgence over the last decade, with the fastest growing segment of sewers being young women (IBISWorld, 2014). These women are interested in interested in do-it-yourself fashion and creating unique items for themselves. It has been over 20 years since motivations of home sewers have been studied and this young segment has yet to be researched. This proposed study aims to investigate the motivations that drive these women to sew clothing when ready-made clothing is cheaply available. Pilot study results indicate interesting motivational changes from previous research reveling emerging themes associated with garment ...
Gallery Walk: An Activity In Flat Patternmaking For Practice And Critical Thinking About The Application Of Darts And Dart Equivalents, April Elisha Stanley, Ellen Mckinney
Ellen C. McKinney
The innovative strategy for a flat patternmaking course was to incorporate a Gallery Walk for students to practice applying their knowledge of darts and dart equivalents as an in-class exercise. The purpose in introducing the Gallery Walk in the flat patternmaking class was to engage students in critical thinking and problem-solving about darts and dart manipulations. This Gallery Walk displayed pictures of darts and dart equivalents for students to identify. This allowed student to analyze the similarities and differences of darts and dart equivalents and determine the correct placement of the pictures within the gallery. The findings revealed the Gallery ...
Comparison Matrix And Venn Diagram: Making Comparisons In Flat Patternmaking., 2017 Iowa State University
Comparison Matrix And Venn Diagram: Making Comparisons In Flat Patternmaking., April Elisha Stanley, Ellen Mckinney
Ellen C. McKinney
The innovative strategy was piloted in an existing flat patternmaking course. In the current curriculum, students do not utilize any formal comparison tools to compare patternmaking concepts, i.e. dart types, stylelines, and so on. To engage students in making patternmaking comparisons, students were introduced to the use of a comparison matrix and Venn diagram. These comparison tools would allow students to practice identifying and thinking critically about the similarities and differences of patternmaking concepts such as dart types and stylelines. An inventory of student responses was compiled by the instructor after the class period, which permitted further instructor evaluation ...
Concept Maps: Graphic Organizers For Flat Patternmaking, 2017 Iowa State University
Concept Maps: Graphic Organizers For Flat Patternmaking, April Elisha Stanley, Ellen Mckinney
Ellen C. McKinney
In the current flat patternmaking course, students learn patternmaking concepts from the lecture, textbook, instructor-led demonstrations, and self-practice. The innovative strategy was to introduce students to the use of concept maps to organize relevant patternmaking material. By utilizing concept maps, students can chunk or group the patternmaking concepts, which helps them to remember the material. The effectiveness of the concept maps was observed by the instructor in the class. Students expressed that they liked working in pairs because it allowed them to discuss the patternmaking concepts with another person. Students also stated that the concept maps helped them to think ...
Generating Decision-Making Hypotheses: An Exercise In Critical Thinking To Select Appropriate Slopers For Flat Patternmaking Bodice Designs, April Elisha Stanley, Ellen Mckinney
Ellen C. McKinney
The innovative strategy was to introduce students to the concept of generating decision-making hypotheses for flat patternmaking. This would teach students a method of critical thinking to utilize when deciding the appropriate slopers to use in creating basic or original garments. The concept of generating decision-making hypotheses was introduced to students first with a brief explanation and using a general example. Next student were given a context specific example. Then students were required to practice generating their own personal hypotheses for patternmaking. The outcomes were students felt that generating decision-making hypotheses helped them to think more critically about their patternmaking ...