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Izdelava oblačila po principu krojenja Zero Waste
ID Cerar, Urša (Author), ID Zupin, Živa (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, ID Podbevšek, Tanja (Comentor)

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Abstract
Zero waste ali koncept brez odpadkov pomeni, da se vse ponovno uporabi in nič ni zavrženo. Zero waste pomeni izdelek ali proces, pri katerem ni odpadnega materiala ali pa je odpadek minimalen. V tekstilni in modni industriji je nastal kot odgovor na hitro modo, kjer nastaja veliko tekstilnih odpadkov tako v samem procesu izdelave oblačil kot po končani uporabi, zato spodbuja oblikovalce, da čim bolj zmanjšajo ali celo odpravijo odpadke, ki nastanejo v tekstilni industriji, tako pred porabo izdelka kot po uporabi. Pri klasičnem krojenju je odpadek materiala vsaj 15 odstotkov zaradi oblike krojev, neujemanja vzorcev in same strukture materiala. Tehnike brez odpadkov vodijo k oblikovanju oblačil, ki se s prilagajanjem krojev na različne načine prilagajajo dimenzijam materiala. Namen diplomskega dela je bil izdelati oblačilo po principu zero waste. V teoretičnem delu smo predstavili značilnosti metode zero waste, ter oblikovalce, ki se ukvarjajo s tem konceptom. Metoda zero waste je tudi trajnostna metoda, zato smo predstavili tudi trajnostni razvoj izdelkov in pojave v modnem sistemu, kot so hitra, počasna in trajnostna moda. V eksperimentalnem delu je predstavljeno oblačilo ? tunika, izdelana po konceptu zero waste. S premišljeno umestitvijo kroja oblačila, modeliranja in premišljenih rezov lahko dosežemo obliko kroja, ki nudi maksimalen izkoristek materiala in v procesu izdelave ne tvori odpadka. Želeli smo dokazati, da modno oblikovanje brez odpadkov ustvarja nove priložnosti za modno oblikovanje, kar zahteva, da je izdelava krojev in krojne slike sestavni del procesa oblikovanja oblačila.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:zero waste, krojenje brez odpadka, trajnostna moda, tunika, trajnostni principi izdelave oblačil
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Organization:NTF - Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering
Year:2022
PID:20.500.12556/RUL-136930 This link opens in a new window
Publication date in RUL:25.05.2022
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Language:English
Title:Designing of clothes according to zero waste principle
Abstract:
Zero Waste concept means that everything is reused, and nothing is discarded. Zero Waste refers to a product or process that generates minimal or no waste materials. The concept was developed in response to fast fashion in the textile and fashion industry, where a lot of textile waste is generated both in the production of garments and in the post-consumer phase. Therefore, designers are encouraged to minimize or even eliminate waste generation in the textile industry. On average, at least 15 percent of all fabric used in traditional tailoring is wasted due to the shape of cuts, mismatched patterns, and the structure of the fabric itself. Waste-free techniques lead to garment design that adapts to the dimensions of the material in different ways by adjusting the cuts. The purpose of this thesis is to design a garment based on the principles of Zero Waste. In the theoretical part, the characteristics of the Zero Waste method are presented, as well as the designers who deal with this concept. Since the Zero Waste method is also a sustainable method, the sustainable development of products and phenomena in the fashion system will also be introduced, such as fast, slow and sustainable fashion. Through the accurate placement of the garment's pattern, modelling, and careful cutting, a shape can be achieved that provides maximum material utilization and eliminates waste in the manufacturing process. This thesis aims to prove that waste-free fashion design creates new opportunities for fashion design, which requires that pattern making, and pattern cutting be an integral part of the fashion design process.

Keywords:Zero Waste, waste-free pattern layout, sustainable fashion, tunic, sustainable principles of garment manufacturing

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