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Oblikovanje ženske in moške kolekcije Principium
ID Štucin, Ana (Author), ID Sadar, Almira (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
V diplomski nalogi je predstavljen proces raziskave in oblikovanja kolekcije za modno hišo Dior. Namen diplomskega dela je bil oblikovati sodobno žensko in moško kolekcijo z izhodiščem v naravi, predvsem v oblikah in teksturah semen oz. semenskih glav. V teoretičnem delu je predstavljena povezanost Diorja z naravo, njegovo navduševanje nad žensko, impresionizmom ter vpliv narave na njegove kreacije. Kolekcija je zasnovana na podlagi oblikovanja Rafa Simonsa in Krisa van Asscha, zato je tudi njuno oblikovanje kot del modne hiše Dior natančneje predstavljeno. Oba oblikovalca sta skozi svoje kreacije združevala prvinske lastnosti znamke in ročne tehnologije ter jih kombinirala s sodobnimi. Tako sta modno hišo ohranjala inovativno. V diplomski nalogi je zato poudarek predvsem na sodobnih tehnologijah. Natančneje sta predstavljeni dve, laserski izrez in digitalni tisk, ki sta bili uporabljeni tudi v kolekciji Principium. Eksperimentalni del prikazuje razvoj kolekcije od raziskave teme in izdelave vzorcev do končne izvedbe sedmih izbranih silhuet. Predstavljeni sta moška in ženska kolekcija, ki se opirata na izhodišče modne hiše Dior, interpretacijo hortikulture ter uporabo sodobnih tehnologij. V celotnem procesu oblikovanja kolekcije gre za izmenjavanje ročnih tehnik in uporabe sodobne tehnologije, od ustvarjanja kolažev, priprave materiala za izdelavo vzorcev, izdelave vzorcev in laserskega rezanja krojnih delov do njihovega sestavljanja v zanimive teksture.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:modna hiša Dior, vpliv sodobnih tehnologij, digitalni tisk, laserski izrez, teksture
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:NTF - Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering
Year:2017
Publication date in RUL:03.07.2017
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Women and men fashion collection Principium
Abstract:
In this thesis we will present the process of research and creation of a new fashion collection as done by Dior. The main goal of this thesis is to create a new modern fashion collection for men and women, based on inspiration taken from nature – mostly in the form of shapes and textures of seeds and seed heads. The theoretical portion of the thesis covers the connection between Dior and nature, their fascination with the female figure, impressionism and the effect nature has on their fashion creations. The collection featured in this thesis is based on the work of Raf Simons and Kris van Assche, as such we have provided more details about their work in our research. Through their respective collections, both designers have merged elements of modern technology, hand-crafted techniques and primary brand traits. Their work kept Dior on the edge of innovation. Due to the nature of their work our thesis reflects the focus on new technologies and techniques. For our thesis we have selected and detailed two of such new techniques: laser cuts and digital print; which are both featured in the Principium collection. The practical portion of the thesis covers the development of a new collection, starting with the research of a theme, creation of the first samples and all the way to finalization of seven selected silhouettes. We will present both a collection for men and for women, which take inspiration from Dior, interpret horticulture and use modern techniques. The entire process from collage creation, material preparation, samples, pattern laser cutting and assembly; involves mixing hand-crafting techniques with modern technology.

Keywords:Dior fashion house, influence of modern technology, digital print, laser cut, textures

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