Project Report on
Women's Western Wear
Submitted to
Dezyne E’cole College
Towards the Partial Fulfillment for
Award of Dip...
The Project of Ms. Pooja Soni has been Checked & has
been graded as
Dezyne E’cole College
Civil Lines, Ajmer
www.dezyneeco...
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
I am deeply grateful to all those whose guidance has been of
tremendous value and enabled me to complete t...
1. Fashion as a Person’s Image
2. Fashion Industry
3. Learning Experience
4. Foundation Design
5. Corel Draw
6. Fashion il...
Fashion is a more then wearing good clothes it is about presenting a
person’s image in Society , we generally see people a...
Within the sphere of Technology Industries , design technology is
perhaps the fastest growing today. with new technologies...
This is what I learn here at Dezyne E’cole college creating fashion
doesn’t entail a vivid imagination and instinct for cr...
As a part of fashion industry I am training my self through
formal education in Diploma programme in build with this
study...
FOUNDATION DESIGN
Colour is a most vital tool in the hands of fashion designer. It is
the most perceptible and hence is a central to success...
Variation in Cool Color Blue
Variation in Cool Color Yellow
Variation in Cool Color Red
Warm and Cool Color
The Yellow is lighter
value then Red
The Blue color is
Darker value then
Orange
The Green is lighter
value then Brown
The ...
Simultaneous Contrast
Corel Draw
Coral Draw
Coral Draw
ILLUSTRATION
Bertha deep
neckline Bertha Tie
Bertha Buster
Brown Style
Bertha Knotted
Ends
Bertha Yoke
style
Bertha - Braid
Edge Trim
C...
Bellow Cargo
Cargo front
KangarooFlap Shape Stitched
Patch Button Flap
POCKETS
Layered Sleeve Layered Sleeve Tulip Sleeve
Bushirt Sleeve Puff Sleeve
SLEEVES
IILLILLUSTRATION
PATTERN ENGINEERING
Fashion Designing runs the garment from eveningwear to
sportswear, Women’s wear to Men’s wear and Kids wear to
knitwear. G...
The Flat pattern method where the entire pattern is drafted on a flat
surface from measurements ,using the ruler and curve...
Pattern Making Symbol
Various signs & symbols of pattern Making which I generally
use on pattern :-
Pattern Making Symbol
Various signs & symbols of pattern Making which I generally
use on pattern :-
Various signs & symbols of pattern Making which I generally
use on pattern :-
Pattern Making Symbol
Notches :-
• Seam allowance
• Center Line
• Ease $ Gather Control
• Dart Legs
• Identification of Front & Back
• Identific...
Number refers to both front & back
wherever indicated :-
1. Center Front Neck Center
Back Neck
2. Center Front Waist Cente...
The flat- pattern method is where the entire pattern is drafted on
the flat surface measurement . Under garment constructi...
CIRCUMFERENCE MEASUREMENT
Round Bust
measurement
Round Waist measurement
Round Abdomen
measurement
Size=34”
CIRCUMFERECNE MEASURMENT
Vertical Measurements
Front length
Measurement
Shoulder Slope Measurement
Full length Measurement
Size =34
Vertical Measurements
Horizontal measurements
Horizontal Measurement
SIZE = 34
Across shoulder
Measurement
Across Chest Measurement
Abdomen Arc Measurement
Size =34
Hor...
Women’s basic bodices BlockWomen’s Basic body’s block
Women’s Basic Sleeve BlockWomen’s Basic Sleeve Block
Kameez
Front part
Back Part
Saree blouse
Back Part
Front Part
CHOLI BLOUSE
Front Part
Back part
CHURIDAAR PUJAMI
Belted Kalidaar Salwar
6 PANEL PETTICOAT
4 PANEL PETTICOAT
Kameez
Night Suit
Simpal Salwar
Churidaar
Kalidaar Salwar
Choli Belouse
Basic bodey’s Block
Saree Belouse
4 Penal Petticoat
Dart Manipulation is a slash spread and pivotal transfer making
technique to transfer dart excess to one location to anoth...
DRAPING
Front view
Side View
Back view
French Dart
SINGAL DART SLIVEES
Mid Shoulder Dart
SINGAL DART SERIES
Front view
Side view
Back view
Mid Armhole Dart
SINGAL DART SERIES
Front view
Side view
Back view
Mid shoulder and Waist Dart
DOUBLE DAT SERIES
Front view Back View
Side View
Mid Armhole and Waist Dart
Front View Back View
Side View
Side and Waist Dart
Front View
Side View
Back View
TUCK DART
Front View Back View
Side View
PLEAT DART
Front View Back View
Side View
Neck Radiating Dart
Front View
Back View
RADIATING DART
PARALLEL DART
Front View Back View
Side View
Mid Shoulder Princess Panel (Waist )
PRINCESS PANEL
Front View Back View
Side View
Mid Armhole Princess Panel (torso)
Front View Back View
Side View
Neck Dart Cluster
DART CLUSTERS
Front View Back View
Side View
Gathers at Neck
Front View Back View
Side View
GATHERS
Gathers at Princess Line
GATHERS
Front View
Back View
Side View
HAULTER NECK LINE
Front View Back view
Side View
HAULTER NECK LINE (TORSO)
Front View Back View
Side View
Mid Armhole Style line (torso)
Front View Back View
Side View
JUMP SUIT
Back View Side back Front View
FABRIC MANUIPLATION
THE ART OF
MANIPULATION
FABRIC
For any Fashion Designer
Fabric first needs to be prepared
with textures and then used for
...
Fabric Manipulation
FABRIC MANPIULATION
FFAFABRIC MANIPULATION
FABRIC MANIPULATION
Fabric Manipulation
Fabric Manipulation
Fabric Manipulation
ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
scarves
CONTENTS
 HISTORY
 USES AND TYPES
• 2.1 uniforms
• 2.2 Bib Scarf
• 2.3 Sport
 Manufacturing of scarves
 See also
 Ref...
Impart A New Dimension To Creativity
Person want to style their look
different. Every day Just
by adding a new scarf.
Befo...
TEAM FASHION FORWAED TRENDS
Analyzes the eight top trends that will
be the best Sellers in “SCARVES.”
 Ornate extrawaganc...
1. ORNATE EXTRAWAGANCE
Period –Baroque Period
Print- Venetion and Barocco Print
Inspire by – European Jewellery and archit...
2. NOVELTY PRINTS
Fun ,quirky and cheeky novelty and conversation
prints have been the rage in the past few seasons
and wi...
3. CHAIN PRINTS
Inspired by –Chains ,patterns ,size, styles and shining
Combinations - Gold cominate with red, white, blac...
5. OVERSIZE FLARALS
Deviating from the classic idyllic flares the current
seasons are all about exaggerated digital floral...
6.POLKA PRINTS
An all time favorite’ plaka dot’s is yet again hitting
the market like a bulls eyes with an enlarged
trend ...
7. ANIMAL PRINTS
The jungle safari never fails to take us for a good
fashion able ride and this time along it’s the neoter...
8. NEON PASTELS
Experimenting solely with the play of “color” after
continuously being in the fashion spotlight in the
las...
TRIBAL ART OF MAHARASTHRA
Tribal Cultural Intellectual Property
Warli Art is cultural intellectual property of the tribal
community. Today, there is...
Tribal art
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This is the Work Compiled by the Student Fashion Technology Diploma programme of Dezyne E'cole College.The Portfolio of Fashion Design is Developed by the Student … Pooja Soni Fashion Technology Diploma Programme
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  • 1. Project Report on Women's Western Wear Submitted to Dezyne E’cole College Towards the Partial Fulfillment for Award of Diploma in Fashion Technology As Technical Knowledge Development to Women’s Wear Included With Diploma Program Of Fashion Technology By Pooja soni Dezyne E’cole College Ajmer Address, 106/10, civil lines, Ajmer Tel. no.0145 2624679 www.dezyneecole.com 2014-2015
  • 2. The Project of Ms. Pooja Soni has been Checked & has been graded as Dezyne E’cole College Civil Lines, Ajmer www.dezyneecole.com Thank you Principal (Seal &Signature)
  • 3. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I am deeply grateful to all those whose guidance has been of tremendous value and enabled me to complete this project successfully. I am thankful to all my mentors of Dezyne E’ cole who gave me an opportunity to show my abilities by working on this project on the esteem organization. Pooja Soni 1ST Year diploma in Fashion Technology
  • 4. 1. Fashion as a Person’s Image 2. Fashion Industry 3. Learning Experience 4. Foundation Design 5. Corel Draw 6. Fashion illustration 7. Pattern Engineering 8. Measurement techniques 9. Draping 10.Fabric Manipulation 11.Element and Principle of Design 12.Trible Art CONTENT
  • 5. Fashion is a more then wearing good clothes it is about presenting a person’s image in Society , we generally see people accepting fashion due to pee pressure, Image in the society and when a person wants a change to brighten his life. There are many reasons behind what we wear. • Protection from cold ,rain and snow :- Mountain climbers wear high – tech outwear to avoid frostbite and over – exposure. • Physical attention :- Many styles are worn to inspire “chemistry”. • Emotions :- we dress “up” when we’re happy and “down” when we’re upset. • Religious expression :- Orthodox Jewish men wear long part of their body except their eyes. • Identification and tradition :- Judges wear robes ,people in the military wear uniform, brides wear long white dresses. Fashion as a Person’s Image
  • 6. Within the sphere of Technology Industries , design technology is perhaps the fastest growing today. with new technologies emerging rapidly and industries changing complexion, more and more job opportunities are up for the taking .It is estimated that India will have a shortfall of five lakh people in the design sector by 2010-11 but not all gradates will be employable .Thus bringing the gap between talent and the skills required by the industry is important. only Today, one in every four designers is employable and only 10% of the design graduates manage to get employment in the design industry. Hence the student should understand the basic requirement of the industry and exhibit that ability . Fashion Industry
  • 7. This is what I learn here at Dezyne E’cole college creating fashion doesn’t entail a vivid imagination and instinct for creativity. It also involve many decisions and myriad techniques , focus on a central idea. Dezyne E’cole Fashion design made me build a strong foundation in terms of design sence, Conceptualisation independent research ,creative application and artistic experience Learning Experience
  • 8. As a part of fashion industry I am training my self through formal education in Diploma programme in build with this study. During the course duration of diploma programme I had an exposure towards practical working in fashion design.
  • 9. FOUNDATION DESIGN
  • 10. Colour is a most vital tool in the hands of fashion designer. It is the most perceptible and hence is a central to success and failure of a designer scheme.it is therefore very important designer that a designer has a full knowledge and understanding of its tool. COLOR IMPACT IN DESIGN
  • 11. Variation in Cool Color Blue Variation in Cool Color Yellow Variation in Cool Color Red Warm and Cool Color
  • 12. The Yellow is lighter value then Red The Blue color is Darker value then Orange The Green is lighter value then Brown The Dark Green is equal in the value to the Brown Compare the Blue and Red Rectangles to the Grey Rectangles or either side of each color. Which Grey is equal in value to the color ? It may be helpful to stand at a distance and blur your eyes. If the edge between the two area disappears, the values are equal. Comparing Value of Color
  • 13. Simultaneous Contrast
  • 14. Corel Draw
  • 15. Coral Draw
  • 16. Coral Draw
  • 17. ILLUSTRATION
  • 18. Bertha deep neckline Bertha Tie Bertha Buster Brown Style Bertha Knotted Ends Bertha Yoke style Bertha - Braid Edge Trim COLLARS
  • 19. Bellow Cargo Cargo front KangarooFlap Shape Stitched Patch Button Flap POCKETS
  • 20. Layered Sleeve Layered Sleeve Tulip Sleeve Bushirt Sleeve Puff Sleeve SLEEVES
  • 21. IILLILLUSTRATION
  • 22. PATTERN ENGINEERING
  • 23. Fashion Designing runs the garment from eveningwear to sportswear, Women’s wear to Men’s wear and Kids wear to knitwear. Garment Construction is popularly called Pattern Engineering has a great importance in fashion design industry. The Companies like van heuson,dockers levis, adidas etc. are the providers of perfect fit and this is what we learn at Dezyne E’cole through the art of pattern making. A slop pattern [ home sewing ] and block pattern [ industrial production ] is custom – fitted basic pattern from which pattern for many different styles can be developed. The Draping method involves creating a Maslin mock up by pinning fabric directly on a form then transferring the muslin outline and makings onto a paper pattern or using the muslin as the pattern it self. The flat pattern Draping method is the most commonly used method in Menswear. Garment Construction
  • 24. The Flat pattern method where the entire pattern is drafted on a flat surface from measurements ,using the ruler and curve and straight Edges. As a fashion designer I use various tools and measuring devices to create a toil pattern on dummy. Measuring Tape Seam Ripper Scissor Drafting Scale Tailoring Chalk French curve Tools & Equipment
  • 25. Pattern Making Symbol Various signs & symbols of pattern Making which I generally use on pattern :-
  • 26. Pattern Making Symbol Various signs & symbols of pattern Making which I generally use on pattern :-
  • 27. Various signs & symbols of pattern Making which I generally use on pattern :- Pattern Making Symbol
  • 28. Notches :- • Seam allowance • Center Line • Ease $ Gather Control • Dart Legs • Identification of Front & Back • Identification of Joining Parts • Zipper Placement • Facing • Hemline • Waistline • Shoulder Tip • Sleeve Cap Punch / Circle :- • Dart intake • Corners • Buttons / Buttonholes • Trimmings • Pocket placement Jog Seam :- A jog seam is used to indicate a change in the seam allowance. ¼ inch : • All faced areas • Narrow spacing • Extreme curve • Sleeveless armhole ½ inch : • Side seam • Waist line • Center line • Styline Notches 1inch : • Shoulder 2inch : • Straight Hemline
  • 29. Number refers to both front & back wherever indicated :- 1. Center Front Neck Center Back Neck 2. Center Front Waist Center Back Waist 3. Bust Point 4. Center Bus Level 5. Center Front [Princess line] Center Back [Princess line 6. Mid Armhole front Mid Armhole Back 7. Shoulder Tip 8. Shoulder at Neck 9. Armhole Ridged or Roll Line 10.Plate Screw 11.Armhole Plate Landmarks
  • 30. The flat- pattern method is where the entire pattern is drafted on the flat surface measurement . Under garment construction we learn about the measuring techniques on the dress form. That can be seen here:- Different ways to taking measurements:- • Circumference measurements • Horizontal measurements • Vertical measurements Measurements
  • 31. CIRCUMFERENCE MEASUREMENT
  • 32. Round Bust measurement Round Waist measurement Round Abdomen measurement Size=34” CIRCUMFERECNE MEASURMENT
  • 33. Vertical Measurements
  • 34. Front length Measurement Shoulder Slope Measurement Full length Measurement Size =34 Vertical Measurements
  • 35. Horizontal measurements
  • 36. Horizontal Measurement SIZE = 34 Across shoulder Measurement Across Chest Measurement Abdomen Arc Measurement Size =34 Horizontal measurements
  • 37. Women’s basic bodices BlockWomen’s Basic body’s block
  • 38. Women’s Basic Sleeve BlockWomen’s Basic Sleeve Block
  • 39. Kameez Front part Back Part
  • 40. Saree blouse Back Part Front Part
  • 41. CHOLI BLOUSE Front Part Back part
  • 42. CHURIDAAR PUJAMI
  • 43. Belted Kalidaar Salwar
  • 44. 6 PANEL PETTICOAT
  • 45. 4 PANEL PETTICOAT
  • 46. Kameez Night Suit Simpal Salwar Churidaar Kalidaar Salwar Choli Belouse Basic bodey’s Block Saree Belouse 4 Penal Petticoat
  • 47. Dart Manipulation is a slash spread and pivotal transfer making technique to transfer dart excess to one location to another for design variation .It is a beginning of pattern manipulation for generating design patterns. It require both artistic and technical skills to manage and control the pattern. PRINCIPLE 1  One Dart Series  Two Dart Series A Dart may be transfer to any location around the pattern outlines from the designated pivotal point without affecting the size or fit of the garment. PRINCIPLE 2 Added fullness To increase garment to an amount greater then that provided by the dart excess of working pattern. The length and the width within the pattern’s outline must be increased. PRINCIPLE 3 Contouring To fit the contour of the upper torso closer then the basic garment the pattern must be reduced within its frame to fit the dimension of the body above, below and between the bust mounds and shoulder blades. Dart Manipulation
  • 48. DRAPING
  • 49. Front view Side View Back view French Dart SINGAL DART SLIVEES
  • 50. Mid Shoulder Dart SINGAL DART SERIES Front view Side view Back view
  • 51. Mid Armhole Dart SINGAL DART SERIES Front view Side view Back view
  • 52. Mid shoulder and Waist Dart DOUBLE DAT SERIES Front view Back View Side View
  • 53. Mid Armhole and Waist Dart Front View Back View Side View
  • 54. Side and Waist Dart Front View Side View Back View
  • 55. TUCK DART Front View Back View Side View
  • 56. PLEAT DART Front View Back View Side View
  • 57. Neck Radiating Dart Front View Back View RADIATING DART
  • 58. PARALLEL DART Front View Back View Side View
  • 59. Mid Shoulder Princess Panel (Waist ) PRINCESS PANEL Front View Back View Side View
  • 60. Mid Armhole Princess Panel (torso) Front View Back View Side View
  • 61. Neck Dart Cluster DART CLUSTERS Front View Back View Side View
  • 62. Gathers at Neck Front View Back View Side View GATHERS
  • 63. Gathers at Princess Line GATHERS Front View Back View Side View
  • 64. HAULTER NECK LINE Front View Back view Side View
  • 65. HAULTER NECK LINE (TORSO) Front View Back View Side View
  • 66. Mid Armhole Style line (torso) Front View Back View Side View
  • 67. JUMP SUIT Back View Side back Front View
  • 68. FABRIC MANUIPLATION
  • 69. THE ART OF MANIPULATION FABRIC 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. Presenting few best ideas of textures Which I learnt at my study of Fashion Design at Dezyne E’cole Collage .
  • 70. Fabric Manipulation
  • 71. FABRIC MANPIULATION
  • 72. FFAFABRIC MANIPULATION
  • 73. FABRIC MANIPULATION
  • 74. Fabric Manipulation
  • 75. Fabric Manipulation
  • 76. Fabric Manipulation
  • 77. ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
  • 78. scarves
  • 79. CONTENTS  HISTORY  USES AND TYPES • 2.1 uniforms • 2.2 Bib Scarf • 2.3 Sport  Manufacturing of scarves  See also  References  External Links
  • 80. Impart A New Dimension To Creativity Person want to style their look different. Every day Just by adding a new scarf. Befor the Size of scarf is vary from really big to small handkerchief. New and exquisite fibres are being explared, and creative prints- both screen and digital –are bding.
  • 81. TEAM FASHION FORWAED TRENDS Analyzes the eight top trends that will be the best Sellers in “SCARVES.”  Ornate extrawagance  Novelty Prints .  Chain Prints .  Futuristic Prints .  Oversized Flarals.  Polkas Prints .  Animal prints .  Neon Pastels.
  • 82. 1. ORNATE EXTRAWAGANCE Period –Baroque Period Print- Venetion and Barocco Print Inspire by – European Jewellery and architictiy Fabric –Silk Fabric and satin .
  • 83. 2. NOVELTY PRINTS Fun ,quirky and cheeky novelty and conversation prints have been the rage in the past few seasons and will continue to de so in the seasons to come , Covering the broadest array of captions from retro pop prints to 60’s vintage prints to animal motifs like the horse, dear ,fox, to loud fruit and vegetable prints and the playful car ,rocket prints and many alike .
  • 84. 3. CHAIN PRINTS Inspired by –Chains ,patterns ,size, styles and shining Combinations - Gold cominate with red, white, black prints . The edges or an overall free flowing chain repeat. 4. FUTURISTIC PRINTS Futuristic Prints are technique of digitally printing . EX- There are Psy cheedelic prints ,kaleidoscopic prints, galaxy and SCI-FI –Prints .
  • 85. 5. OVERSIZE FLARALS Deviating from the classic idyllic flares the current seasons are all about exaggerated digital floral paint moving away from the small ditsy patterns that are now taking a back seat in women’s wear fashion .
  • 86. 6.POLKA PRINTS An all time favorite’ plaka dot’s is yet again hitting the market like a bulls eyes with an enlarged trend of big palkamdots. Simple and classic ,these fun geometric shapes can be adorned on scarves in every passible from and color combining neutrals, pastels, ,bright pop color or plain black and white color palettes..
  • 87. 7. ANIMAL PRINTS The jungle safari never fails to take us for a good fashion able ride and this time along it’s the neoteric animal skin prints. Variations of animal prints in different colors have toned down the loudness of traditional skin patterns as designers are using bright as well as subdued pastels to add a twist to the trend instead of the obvious and conventional animal colors spotted literally in nature and in the past.
  • 88. 8. NEON PASTELS Experimenting solely with the play of “color” after continuously being in the fashion spotlight in the last few seasons, yet again is a prominent trend- pastel shades of eye-popping neon's. Forming a fresh color stray for manufactures after a long time ,neon-pastels are a smooth combination of bright colors subdued by pastel tones, best represent in shades of minty greens ,watermelon pinks ,sky blues and lemon yellow .
  • 89. TRIBAL ART OF MAHARASTHRA
  • 90. Tribal Cultural Intellectual Property Warli Art is cultural intellectual property of the tribal community. Today, there is an urgent need for preserving this traditional knowledge in tribal communities across the globe. Understanding the need for intellectual property rights, tribal non-profit Organisation "Adivasi Yuva Seva Sangh" initiated efforts to start a registration process in 2011. Now, Warli Painting is registered with a Geographical Indication under the intellectual property rights act. With the use of technology & the concept of social entrepreneurship, Tribals established the Warli Art Foundation, a non-profit company dedicated to Warli art and related activities.
  • 91. Tribal art

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