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Fashion Trend Forecasting | Semester 2 | Year 1
FASHION DESIGN

Fashion Trend Forecasting

Part I Research Log and Trend Prediction Report

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Research on Macro Fashion Trend and analysis
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HISTROY 2.0
INTRO

History 2.0 reconsiders the past and creates new products for imagined worlds and futures that may once have seemed improbable - even impossible.
Modern scientists and those designers with
an eye on the future are working on projects where reality collides with what seems like magic – from bringing back extinct creatures such as mammoths and dodos, to building floating hotels in the desert.
BACKGROUND
HISTROY 2.0
REWILDING
REGIONAL FUTURES
LIVING FOREVER

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REWILDING
INTRODUCTION
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REWILDING
INTRODUCTION
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LIVING FOREVER
INTRODUCTION
Rewilding is an extraordinary conservation method where scientists study fossils in order to reconstruct the wild landscapes of the past.

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REWILDING
BACKGROUND
In design, rewilding inspires a rediscovery
of ancient environments and extinct forms, and a refocused interest in evolution.


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ANCIENT ENVIRONMENT
DEVELOPMENT
The research and study of organisms including plants or animals in their environment, leaning more towards observational than experimental methods of study.

In a collaboration with paleontologists, artist Marguerite Humeau has reconstructed the vocal chords of the woolly mammoth to recreate the sounds of the prehistoric world.


Meanwhile, computer programmers follow
an evolutionary path, creating software that mimics evolution.

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NATURAL HISTORY
DEVELOPMENT
Natural History
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LIVING FOSSIL
DEVELOPMENT
A living species (or clade) of organism that appears to be similar to a species otherwise known only from fossils, typically with no close living relatives
An impossible state that concepts such as de-extinction bring ever closer.
Recall the memories of our homelands and the revival of time- honoured print techniques.
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LIVING FOREVER
DEVELOPMENT
HISTROY 2.0
INFLUENTIAL FACTORS
SOCIAL
ECONOMICS
CULTURAL
LIFESTYLE

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SOCIAL
INFLUENTIAL FACTORS
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CULTURAL
INFLUENTIAL FACTORS
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LIFESTYLE
INFLUENTIAL FACTORS
DAWN OF DE-EXTINCTION

Stewart Brand, renowned for his book The Whole Earth Catalog, is spearheading the de- possible. Brand plans to bring species back and to restore them to the wild.
THE EXTINCTION OPERA

Margueritte Humeau is a designer and
artist who collaborates with paleontologists, zoologists, radiologists and other experts
to reconstruct the vocal tracts of prehistoric animals. She creates life-size sculptures that emit the grunts and roars these animals may have made.
MEMORY CARRIERS

Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague graduate Brínea Costa presented a beautiful accessories collection as part of her final project. Pendants are designed to emit the various smells of her Brazilian home when rubbed, twisted or scratched.
POSSIBILITY
The Souzou: Ousider Art from Japan exhibition at London’s Wellcome Trust looks at the work of marginalised artists. Shinichi Sawada’s spiked ceramic piece is part of the section in the exhibition titled Possibility, which aims to move us towards a broader understanding of diversity.
HELLO WORLD
In her new book Hello World, design critic Alice Rawsthorn described how design is responding to the colossal changes we face today. She loosely outlines two directions that design may take: an immediate response
to existing problems, or a more speculative response to future problems.
SUSTAINABLE LIVING

a lifestyle that attempts to reduce an individual's or society's use of the Earth's natural resources and personal resources
GLOCALIZATION

a term denoting the adaptation of a product or service specifically to each locality or culture in which it is sold. It is similar to internationalization.
COLOURS
DEVELOPMENT
Warm colours:
sunshine yellows and vitamin-enriched oranges confirm WGSN's Vital colour trend. Bright pinks continue with fuchsia shades key

Pastels:
washed-out and super-pale, the new tinted pastels mix well with naturals

Cool colours:
cyan replaces cobalt, indigo continues and sea-green and tourmaline are key blue/greens. Calm mid-tone greens emerge as a fashion choice

Neutrals:
textured and tonal shades make white the key neutral of spring/summer 2015
TEXTURES
DEVELOPMENT
Vital
A refreshing theme that playfully combines textures, fibres and colours
Grown
Bacterial patterns inform cellular patterns and inky laundry treatments
Imagined
A future craft aesthetic combines rustic textures with technical finishes
AFRONAUTS
Photographer Cristina de Middel’s Afronauts series tells the story of the failed Zambian space programme in 1964 that aimed to
put the first African on the moon. De Middel explores “eccentric lines of storytelling, avoiding the same old subjects told in the same old ways”.
Ginkgo
a genus of highly unusual non-flowering plants. The scientific name is also used as the English name. The genus first appeared in the Permian, 250 million years ago, possibly derived from "seed ferns" of the order Peltaspermales.
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NATURAL HISTORY
DEVELOPMENT
Fungus
a large group of eukaryotic organisms that includes microorganisms such as yeasts and moulds, as well as the more familiar mushrooms.
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NATURAL HISTORY
DEVELOPMENT
Yellow is still one of the biggest colour trends across all categories.
Zingy lemon and bright pollen are used and mix with pale white, neutrals and a mix of matt and shine yarn.
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LIVING FOSSIL
DEVELOPMENT
Inky indigos and dark cherry are used to demonstrate rocks and fossils instead of grey.

Textiles
skeletal pattern and spin yarns
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BACK TO LIVE
DEVELOPMENT
BRINGING SPECIES BACK
Earlier this year, National Geographic hosted a De-Extinction conference. Visit its site to explore a collection of articles on the subject, including an outline of the science involved and an ethical debate on the pros and cons of bringing back species.
DAWN OF DE-EXTINCTION
Stewart Brand, renowned for his book The Whole Earth Catalog, is spearheading the de- possible. Brand plans to bring species back and to restore them to the wild.
Chiffon

Under a magnifying glass it resembles a fine net or mesh which gives chiffon some see-through properties
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