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Multikulturnost v sodobni kolekciji
Hašič, Saša (Author), Peršuh, Nataša (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Magistrsko delo predstavlja sodobno žensko kolekcijo, ki temelji na zgodovini in etnologiji. Osredotoča se na oblačilni videz različnih kultur iz Afrike in Amerike. Zajeta sta tudi raziskovanje in analiza zgodovine ženske mode iz petdesetih let prejšnjega stoletja. Predstavljeni so najpomembnejši modni oblikovalci tistega časa. Kolekcija se ukvarja z vprašanji, kako skozi detajle preplesti različne vplive, jih povezati v novo celoto in ustvariti multikulturno identiteto. Izraz multikulturnost povezujemo s soobstajanjem več kultur različnih skupnosti na določenem ozemlju, kjer se ustvari družba, ki vključuje elemente različnega etničnega in geografskega izvora. Vplivi etnologije so se v modi pojavljali celotno 20. stoletje. Etno–inspiracija mnogokrat izhaja iz barv, vzorcev, oblik, simbolov. Danes velja za eno od številnih možnosti za spajanje različnih stilov. V eksperimentalnem delu so podrobno razloženi razvoj in postopki oblikovanja od ideje do izdelave in predstavljeni končni izdelki. Kolekcijo sestavlja sedem videzov, ki simbolizirajo raziskovanje detajlov. Pri izdelavi oblačil se mešajo različne tehnike: uporaba tiska, ki je prenos znakovnih simbolov ljudstva, kombiniranje materialov, vozlanje, prevezovanje, prepletanje in vpeljava tehničnih elementov (kovina). Poudarjena je tudi funkcionalnost. Predstavljeni so začetni poskusi kolažiranja, razvoj detajlov in njihova nadgradnja na lutki ter končna silhueta izdelkov. Ta je odraz raziskovalnega dela, katerega glavni nosilec ni zgolj inspiracija, temveč tudi prenos raziskovanja tehnik z eksperimentalno metodo.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:multikulturnost, etnologija, afriška ljudstva, ameriški staroselci, ženska moda petdesetih let
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:NTF - Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering
Year:2019
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Language:English
Title:Multiculturalism in a modern collection
Abstract:
This master's thesis is about creating modern women's clothes collection, which is based on some aspects of history and ethnology. It is focused on the looks of clothing of different cultures from Africa and America. It also includes detailed reasearch and analysis of history of women's clothing from 1950's fashion. The most important fashion designers of that time are presented. The collection interwienes different cultural and fashion influences into an integral whole and designs a multicultural identity. The concept of multiculturality is about the co-existence of several cultures in one environment, where the union of different ethnical and geographical origins exists. The influence of ethnology can be seen in fashion through the whole 20th cenutry. Many times, ethnical inspiration originates from colours, patterns, shapes and symbols. Today, it is known as one of the options for combining different styles. The experimental part of the dissertation explanes the evolution and procedures of designing from the inspiration and the first idea to the final products. There are seven different looks in this collection. They symbolise the research of the details. There are many different techniques used during the making of the clothes: printing, which includes transfering folk symbols, combining of different materials, knotting, tying, braiding,the introduction of technical elements (metal). There is also an emphasis on the functionality. The initial attempts of collage making, the evolution of details, their upgrade on the mannequin and the final silhuette of the products are also presented in the dissertation. The final silhuette is the reflection of the experiment, whose main foundation is not only inspiration, but also the transfer of trying out differeng techniques through the experimetal method.

Keywords:multiculturality, ethnology, African tribes, Native Americans, 1950's women's fashion

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