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  1. Fundamentals of Fashion

  2. The Fashion Design Segment • Before Manufacturing can occur, the design process must occur. • Fashions are designed and produced at various price levels. • It is important for designers to market their product in the correct category. • Design process is based on needs of the market combined with creative inspiration • Highly acclaimed designers are located in many fashion centers throughout the world.

  3. Determining a Target Audience • Each Designer has to determine who they are targeting to be able to choose a correct price point and market to their customer. • Demographics- age, gender, income • Psychographics- attitudes, beliefs • Geographic- where tm lives • Behavioral- what benefit they look for in clothing.

  4. Target Audience • Most designers design more than one line • Each line is targeted at different people • Price separates the fashion industry lines.

  5. Vera Wang $275 • Vera Wang Lavender Line • Vera Wang Bridal Line • Simply Vera Line- Kohl’s • Vera Resort Line • Collaborations with • Wedgewood- China • Serta- Mattresses Vera Wang 2012 Resort Collection Works for Casual Bridesmaids Dresses

  6. Price Categories • All fashion begins as designs • Design is created for specific price range, design level, and target consumer. • Price of garments depend • Quality • Labor costs • Complexity of style and construction • Reputation of designer or manufacturer

  7. Price Categories • These days designers may choose to focus on one or more price category. • Designs may be similar but construction and material used will be different. • Typically the line are called different things • Armani- high end • Armani Exchange- less expensive

  8. Designer- Haute Couture • French for “Fine Tailoring”"high sewing" "high dressmaking" or "high fashion" • exclusive custom-fitted clothing.Haute couture is fashion that is constructed by hand from start to finish, made from high quality, expensive, often unusual fabric and sewn with extreme attention to detail and finished by the most experienced and capable seamstresses, often using time-consuming, hand-executed techniques • Design that predominated until the 1950’s • Made for the individual customer, look and fit take priority over the cost of materials and the time it takes to make • The most costly garments, thousands of dollars. • High price guarantees you have a one of a kind outfit or gown that fits you perfectly and has been designed with you in mind. • Example: Channel Couture

  9. Bridge Line • a secondary line of merchandise created by a high-end fashion house orfashion designer that retails at lower prices • A bridge between better and designer. • A cross between couture and mass market • Not made for individual customers, but great care is taken in the choice and cut of the fabric. • These clothes are made with high quality materials and mass produced only in small quantities to guarantee exclusivity. • They are costly. • Bridge lines serve several purposes for designers. They can substantially increase sales volumes as their products become affordable to a wider audience at the lower price point • Examples:

  10. Better • Typically sells for less than $500. • The fabrics and styling are also of better quality than lower-priced items. Sportswear, coordinates and dresses may all appear in better lines. • High Quality, more reasonable price than Bridge. • Designed by talented experts who are unnamed on the label. • More accessible to consumer and retailers than high fashion designs. • Sold in specialty stores and department stores. • Example: Jones New York, Liz Claiborne.

  11. Moderate- Mass Market • This can be difficult to define; a lot of labels straddle this category. • Clothes to cater to a wide range of customers, producing ready-to-wear clothes in large quantities and standard sizes. • Less costly materials and construction techniques, creatively used, produce affordable high street fashion. • Standardized sizing is used, trims and notions are scaled down but still try to keep the look of Designer. • Other names for mass market: ready-to-wear, off-the rack • Dillards is considered to be a moderate department store although their men’s wear can hit contemporary and better price points. • Examples: Old Navy, Gap, Dillards, H&M

  12. Budget • Intended for broad consumption, these are often derivations of popular styles and staples. • Lowest price category • No original designing is done • Copying is done of other garments • Knock-offs • Employee design stylist to knock to create a knock off • Forever 21, Target • Sears sells budget priced products and Penney’s too.

  13. Complete crossword puzzle to review terms.

  14. The Design Process“Getting them to Fashion Week” Fashion week is a fashion industry event, lasting approximately one week, which allows fashion designers, brands or "houses" to display their latest collections in runway shows and buyers and the media to take a look at the latest trends. Most importantly, these events let the industry know what's "in" and what's "out" for the season. The most prominent fashion weeks are held in the four fashion capitals of the world: Milan, Paris, New York and London

  15. Specializing • A designer may choose to specialize in a certain area of design: • Women’s wear • Day wear, evening wear, lingerie, sports wear, knitwear • Men’s Wear • Day wear, evening wear, sports wear, knit wear • Children’s wear • Boy’s wear, girl’s wear, teenage clothes, knitwear

  16. A Fashion Year • Two main seasons • Spring/Summer • Autumn/Winter • Both require a different fashion look and a new range of colors and fabric designs for the time of year.

  17. The Plan... • Designers work a year in advance • In the spring, the studio works for the spring/summer of the following year • Once a collection is finished, on to the next! • Research • Each collection is researched so that all the items in it complement each other, will be in style, and have the particular look for which the company is known for. • Predicting Trends • A designers most difficult task is forecasting what will be in style for the coming years. To do this, they know the past trends and look at repeats. They also purchase HIGH priced trend magazines. Additionally they observe what succeeded with customers in the past.

  18. The Collection • Theme • A designer selects a theme that represents their collection. It can be a period in history, a foreign place, a range of colors, a type of fabric… • Designing • After the groundwork is completed for the nature of the collection, the designer must decide how many and what types of garments should be included in the collection. • Usually, they have a three month period to design, produce and publicize the collection in time for their fashion show. • Press and buyers get their first look at the collection at the show

  19. The Design • Steps • Designers work differently to put the design ideas together: some sketch, drape fabric on a dress stand, or use patterns from previous seasons • Create a paper pattern • Make a muslin sample • Try it on (a dress stand or live model) adjustments are made • When fit is right, a professional pattern cutter makes an accurate pattern • A sample item is made in the fashion fabric, then produced in various colors • Fashion show: reveals the finished designs in their most attractive state

  20. Name Recognition • Designers work hard to create a brand for themselves • Must create a perceived difference • In the mind of customer, item stands out from others, normally because of image or quality. • Each designer strives to have his or her signature, initials, logo, or type of garment instantly recognized.

  21. Lets see how you do • Can you recognize these brands.

  22. Branding • Easy to pronounce and free from negative connotations • Short and Easy to remember • Describes the product features or benefits • Consistent with image • Distinctive

  23. Design Capitals • Strong fashion economy • 5 major cities are considered by most to be the centers of the fashion world. • Which five cities do you think host fashion for the world?

  24. Milan

  25. Milan, Italy • These fashions have a reputation for casual elegance and luxurious fabrics. • Many Italian couturiers, such as Valentino, are based in Rome. • Fashion capital of Italy • many well-known designers are based there and • exhibition center called the Diera di Milano or the Milan Fair

  26. Italian Designers • Gherardini Istante • Juditte • Bill Kaiserman • Krizia • Andre Laug • Paola Marzotto • Max Mara • Anna Mucci • Gioia Nordi • Tita Rossi • Tivioli • Mario Valentin • Gianni Versace • Elicolaj • Ematite • Erreuno • Fendi • SalvatoreFerragamo • Gianfranco Ferre • Alberta Ferretti • Fiore • Floranna • Gianluca Gabrielli • M. Galante per Circolare • Raniero Gattinoni • Genny • Daniela Gerini • Giorgio Armani • Alma Couture • Filippo Alpi Femme • Maria Grazia Amoretti • Roberta Badio • Baila • Maurizio Baldassari • Renato Balestra • Federico Bano • Basile • Bensussan • Laura Biagiotti • Blumarine • Chiara Boni • Mariella Burano • Byblos • Cailand • Callaghan • Armando Calo • Capucine • Gianna Cassoli • Emilio Cavallini • Ernestina Cerini • Complice • Anna e Cristina Costi • Raffaella Curiel • Dadoscorza by Edward De Carlis • Roberta De Castello • Dolce & Gabbana

  27. Paris

  28. Paris, France • Chic and stylish • Home of famous couture houses such as Dior and Chanel • The houses stage exclusive fashion shows in their own salons. Many other famous French designers show their work twice a year. • One of the best known French designers and a pioneer of ready to wear is Yves Saint Laurent. He consistently turned out stylish, quality garments over many years. • One of the innovators of French fashion is Jean Paul Gauliter. He designs unusual witty clothes which stand apart from the main thrust of French style. He designed for Madonna.

  29. French Designers • Hiroko Koshino • Christian Lacroix • Karl Lagerfeld • Guy Laroche • Matsuda • Issey Miyake • Claude Montana • Thierry Mugler • Bernard Perris • Nina Ricci • Sonia Rykiel • Yves Saint Laurent • Jean-Louis Scherrer • Emanuel Ungaro • Valentino • Kansi Yamamoto • Yohji Yamamoto • Jin Abe • Balenciaga • DorotheeBis • Cerruti Femme • Chanel • Chloe • Enrico Coveri • Christian Dior • Louis Feraud • Jean-Paul Gaultier • Romeo Gigli • Givenchy • Kenzo

  30. London

  31. London, England • Known for unorthodox clothes, with a young market and popular appeal. • Vivienne Westwood is one of the pioneers of street style, the name of daring youthful looks which London is known for. • John Galliano, Richmond Cornejo and a design group called English Eccentrics also turn out fresh ideas consistently. • Other well known names include Zandra Rhodes, Katharine Hamnett (known for slogan t-shirts) and Bruce Oldfield who designs glamorous evening wear.

  32. London Designers • Bodymap • Joe Casely-Hayford • Caroline Charles • Nick Coleman • Paul Costelloe • Ghost • Pam Hogg • Betty Jackson • Bruce Oldfield • EdniaRonay • Vivienne Westwood • Workers for Freedom