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  1. merchandising
  2. false
  3. rythym
  4. golden ratio
  5. career prep
  6. design process
  7. process of custom tailoring a man's clothing to his specific measurements
  8. maxi dress
  9. fashion cycle
  10. four c's of fashion
  11. balance
  12. high-low trend
  13. beatniks
  14. cost and quality
  15. fashion followers
  16. trickle down theory
  17. principles of fashion
  18. 1960s
  19. auxiliary services
  20. lower better/better
  21. unity
  22. scale
  23. true
  24. speed-to-market
  25. john t. malloy
  26. whole sale price zones
  27. emphasis
  28. consumer group betweens ages 8 and 12
  29. men's wear industry
  30. apparel and accessories
  31. texture
  32. 1930s
  33. christian dior
  34. vanity sizing
  35. repetition, rythym, emphasis, proportion, scale, balance, harmony, and unity
  36. geographic theory
  37. thorstein veblen
  38. space, line, shape/form, light, color, pattern, texture
  39. harmony
  40. chase and flight
  41. purposes of fashion
  42. 1939
  43. planned obselescene
  44. the general direction in which fashion is moving
  45. andres courreges
  46. elements of fashion
  47. line
  48. 4 times
  49. fashion design process
  50. limited contact with french couture houses
  51. pattern
  52. proportion
  53. shape/form
  54. laver theory
  55. preemies, newborns, infants, toddlers, children, and preteens
  56. decorate, sense of identity, superiority, relieve boredom
  57. space
  58. why fashion is unique
  59. erogenous zones
  60. fashion innovators
  61. color
  62. diffusion
  63. repetition
  64. suffragettes
  65. current trend of childrens apparel
  66. light
  67. zeitgeist
  68. unique cultural segments
  69. emotives
  70. fiber and yarn production
  71. producer, manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer, ultimate consumer
  72. artifical obsolescence
  73. trickle up theory
  74. during the 70s men wore colorful clothing
  1. a boundaries of a garment; seams, thickness, path, eveness, continuity, edge, contour consistency, length, direction, creases/folds, darts
  2. b define bespoke tailoring
  3. c how many times larger is womens apparel than mens and children?
  4. d wholesale price zones are based on what
  5. e cohesion of all elements of design; visually pleasing
  6. f space, line, form, light, color, texture, pattern, aspects
  7. g critical thinking, creativity, charisma, calculating mind
  8. h 3:5 - aesthtic
  9. i what designer introdcued the new look post ww2
  10. j focal point; physical and psychological
  11. k wholesale zones of a typical department store
  12. l relationship of size regardless of shape; small parts
  13. m list the supply chain
  14. n gain part time employment, strong work ethic, understand that change will be a constant in their careers
  15. o arrangement of lines, spaces, and shapes w/ color on fabric; woven (& non), printing, resist dyeing, physical and psychological effects
  16. p percieved boundaries, relationship w space, line and shape; 2D = shape 3D= form; insets, collars, cutouts, 3D creates flat shape; do not countour shaps and forms extremely
  17. q women's taboo zones (chest, butt, hands) change over time
  18. r trend
  19. s motif, linr, element, direction
  20. t year DuPont Chemical company introduced nylon
  21. u theory that style requires group acceptance before it can become a fashion
  22. v hue (wavelength), value (light/dark), chroma (intensity); theories; pyshcial/light, pigment, psychological/visual, color schemes: monochromatic, analogous
    external occurrences and internal sensation
    color theme, individual matter
  23. w problem identification-preliminary ideas-design refinement-prototype development-evaluationg and implementation
  24. x forecasting services and consulting services in the supply chain are known as
  25. y fashion occurs in almost every aspect of life
  26. z increase in the number of licensed products, increse in the influence of children on purchase decisions
  27. aa era panthyhose introduced
  28. ab purpose of fashion
  29. ac distribution of visual weight, horizontal, veritcal, radical; physical and psychological effects
  30. ad comparative relationships, golden ration
  31. ae introduced a-line shift, above the knee hemlines, and white gogo boots of the 60s
  32. af women who publicly rejected wearing corsets and adopted turkish trousers under shorter skirts; womens rights
  33. ag when designers opt to reinterpret select pieces from the signature lines while maintaining the style of the signature collection, the pieces are what
  34. ah counterculture who wore black and had a strong influence on hippies
  35. ai people of the 70s were dressed in the recommended career ensemble
  36. aj one of the effects from ww2 in the american fashion industry
  37. ak lower classes chase (imitate) fashions of the upper class, who then fly to a newer fashion
  38. al problem identification to premliminary ideas to design refinement to prototype development to evaluation to implementation
  39. am the key to successful marketing
  40. an marketers use fashion promotions with this to sell more fashion
  41. ao defines and locates lines; forms and surfaces; designers must control the surface the light strikes --> anticipate the light that hits the garment
  42. ap repetition, rhythm, emphasis, proportion, scale, balance, harmony, unity
  43. aq the demise of servicable fashions that are then replaced by newer, seemingly nore attractive fashions
  44. ar fashion products appeal to emotions, its perishable, avaliable to most incomes, requires group acceptance
  45. as fashion represents social, political, and economic happenings
  46. at beginning of the apparel supply chain
  47. au peacock revolution
  48. av intro: innovators purchase from the retailers who "lead fashion"
    rise: fashion leaders purchase from traditional retailers in their "better" departments
    acceleration: followers purchase from traditional retailers in "moderate pricing"
    mass acceptance: followers purchase from the mass merchant
    decline: followers may purchase a few items at greatly reduced prices from discounters
    obsolescence: no one is buying
  49. aw the sourcing of textiles and apparel comes from american suppliers because american suppliers offer the lowest costs due to production efficiencies
  50. ax people wear more expensive branded pieces with trend-right items at fast-fashion
  51. ay slinky, form fitting bias cut dresses were popular when
  52. az fashions are introduced by the wealthy members of society and then adopted by the masses
  53. ba feeling of completeness; wholeness
  54. bb continual introduction of new and different styles, prints, colors, and fabrics
  55. bc principles of design (8)
  56. bd fashions start near large metropolitan citiies before moving inward toward the central US
  57. be fashions are introduced by the lower class (youth, minorities, working class) then gain popularity with the more affluent consumers
  58. bf start fashion trends
  59. bg mass/budget, moderate, upper mod/lower better, better, better to bridge, bridge/upper bridge, diffusion, gold range, designer/signature/couture RTW
  60. bh follow trends that fashion innovators start
  61. bi elements of design (7)
  62. bj single fashion using adjectives, depending on how far removed the style is from its fashionable days- "timeline of acceptable days"
  63. bk fashion first emerges where
  64. bl visible and tangible quality; tactile of a surface and 3D substance; medium --> fiber content, yarn structure, finishes
  65. bm organized movemement; line, space
  66. bn show affluence, enhance youth, show superiority, express modern nature, create interest, relieve boredom, erotic appeal, gender differences, decoration, sense of identity, self-expression, gain support, equalize appearances,
  67. bo dress popular wit miniskirts were
  68. bp practice used by higher-end clothing manufacturers where sizes are cut generously to allow a customer to purchase a size smaller
  69. bq preteens
  70. br list the children's apparel categories
  71. bs empty area, garment balance, decieve perception, convex/concave lines, size, overlapping, closeness, density
  72. bt styletribes
  73. bu fewer firms, long histories (1800s), vertically integrated firms
  74. bv right product at the right time, in the right quantity, at the right price