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Oblikovanje oblačil, dodatkov in tekstilnega nakita v kolekciji Egon
Erčulj, Maša (Author), Fajt, Elena (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Jenko, Marija (Co-mentor)

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Namen diplomskega dela je oblikovati žensko kolekcijo oblačil, dodatkov in tekstilnega nakita. Osrednji vir inspiracije koncepta kolekcije je ideja človeškega ega, o katerem piše in uči duhovni voditelj Eckart Tolle. Inspiracija barv in materialov izhaja iz slik ekspresionističnega slikarja Egona Schieleja. S kolekcijo sem želela predstaviti preplet nakita in oblačil. V teoretičnem delu sem raziskovala zgodovino, razvoj in pomen nakita, odnos nakita in oblačil ter predstavila nekatere ključne sodobne oblikovalce tekstilnega nakita. Nakit je v človeškem življenju prisoten že od prazgodovine. Tekom stoletij so se pomen, dizajn in tehnike izdelave nakita razvijale in spreminjale skladno z razvijajočo se kulturo. V 2. polovici 20. stoletja so oblikovalci nakita začeli raziskovati nove materiale, tehnike in stile. Danes se oblikovanje nakita širi v različne smeri umetnosti. V praktičnem delu je predstavljena ženska kolekcija oblačil, dodatkov in tekstilnega nakita z naslovom EGOn. EGOn se konceptualno opira na duhovnost Eckharta Tolleja in ekspresionističnega slikarja Egona Schieleja. Poudarek kolekcije je na ročnih tehnikah, ki simbolizirajo nakit, in preprostih, a močnih silhuetah. Pomembno vlogo v kolekciji imajo tudi zanimive kombinacije barv in materialov. Ženska kolekcija EGOn je oblikovana za čutno žensko, ki z oblačili govori zgodbo. Za žensko, ki se z oblačili ne zakriva, ampak odkriva svoj jaz.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:zgodovina in pomen nakita, sodobni nakit, odnos oblačil in nakita, ročne tehnike, sodobna moda
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:NTF - Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering
Year:2017
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Language:English
Title:Designing clothing, accessories and textile jewellery for fashion collection Egon
Abstract:
The goal of the degree thesis is to design a collection of women’s clothing, accessories and textile jewellery. The central inspirational source of the collection concept is the idea of the human ego described and taught by the spiritual teacher Eckhart Tolle. The inspiration of colours and materials originates in the paintings of the expressionist painter Egon Schiele. The aim of my collection has been to represent the intertwining of the jewellery and clothing. In the theoretical section, I researched the history, development and significance of the jewellery, the mutual relation of the jewellery and clothing and I introduced some of the most important contemporary textile jewellery designers. Jewellery has been present in the human lives since the prehistoric times. In the course of centuries, the significance, design and jewellery fabrication techniques have been developing and changing in accordance with the developing culture. In the second half of the 20th century, the jewellery designers embarked on the research of new materials, techniques and styles. Nowadays, the jewellery design is expanding into various art directions. The practical section introduces EGOn, the women’s collection of clothing, accessories and jewellery. EGOn’s concept draws on Eckhart Tolle’s spirituality and the expressionist painter Egon Schiele. The collection emphasizes the manual techniques symbolizing the jewellery and simple, yet strong silhouettes. Interesting combinations of colours and materials play an important role in this collection as well. The women’s collection EGOn is designed for a sensual woman whose clothes tell her story. For a woman who does not hide behind her attire but reveals her inner self.

Keywords:history and significance of jewellery, contemporary jewellery, relation between clothing and jewellery, manual techniques, contemporary fashion

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