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An Analysis of Fashion Design Inspiration Sources for the Creative Advancement of Fashion Industry
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An Analysis of Fashion Design Inspiration Sources for the Creative Advancement of Fashion Industry
Jo, Jieun; Lee, Yhe Young;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this research was to give the basic educational sources that could nurture creative fashion designers for the creative advancement of the fashion industry. After investigating and categorizing the ideation behind designer collections in four fashion capitals - Paris, London, Milan and New York, the materialization of concepts was analyzed in relation to inspiration and design elements. As a result, design inspiration was classified into figures, artworks and art trends, historicity of fashion, regional features, natural objects, artificial objects, abstract concepts, clothing for specific occasions, events, and others. This study found that inspiration for fashion design comes from various fields, and that creative design skills can be nurtured through ideation training using a wide variety of subjects.
 Keywords
design ideation;design inspiration;fashion collection;fashion design elements;
 Language
Korean
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