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A Study on the Three-dimensional Expression of Fashionable Textiles based on Analyses of 3D Scanning and Textile Properties -Focus on the Work of Iris van Herpen-
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  • Journal title : Fashion business
  • Volume 20, Issue 2,  2016, pp.124-133
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Fashion Business
  • DOI : 10.12940/jfb.2016.20.2.124
 Title & Authors
A Study on the Three-dimensional Expression of Fashionable Textiles based on Analyses of 3D Scanning and Textile Properties -Focus on the Work of Iris van Herpen-
Lee, ReA; Kim, Jongjun;
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 Abstract
Currently the fashion industry is developing to create a novel culture due to the very sensitive and knowledge-oriented advancement of the IT industry. With fast turnover of information, consumers have come to have a more diverse desire for purchasing. Cubical expression techniques, which empathizes formativeness, can be a creative expression method adjusting into the trend of this era. Along with functional aspects of consumers, even in a textile manufacturing sector, new materials are required to meet sensitive and emotional aspects. Consumers` desire for new and creative designs and the development and adoption of new materials are essential to meet their emotions. The IT industry and fashion industry are forced to combine and a 3D apparel CAD system has been developed, enabling virtual clothing to be represented within a computer virtual space. All processes such as design, pattern creation, sewing and simulation are possible in 3D level. Digital clothing can shorten the production process time and is very effective in that it can reduce clothing waste generated during the sample production. This paper reviewed the works of Dutch designer, Iris van Herpen, who has developed formative designs. She tries to build, construct, and sculpt employing diversified materials other than soft textile materials, as shown in her series of fashion shows. The materials include films, 3D printed polymers, stiff and sheer organza, and artificial leather textiles. A few characteristics of her works have been selected in order to prepare patterns exhibiting the traits. The paper further focused on the physical features of the textile materials used to express similar techniques and its various forms were reviewed.
 Keywords
Fashionable textiles;Three-dimensional Scanning;Digital Clothing;Bending Rigidity;Tensile Deformation;
 Language
Korean
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