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Transcript of fashion

What is Fashion ?
It is what designer create for a select population which later become a trend
History of When ?
1900s-1950s
Vogue magazines spread the word in fashion
Nylon and rayon fabrics manufactured
Loose fit, functional clothes especially for workforce
Long hair, long hemlines, corsets, and hat
What is Fashion ?
Garment or clothes primarily worn for protection from, the invironment, privacy and to enhance beauty
traditional indonesian chinese
fashioN COUTURE

what, why, who, where, when
Where fashion start
On 1600s Paris and France became centre of fashion
Where France Royalty and Affluent used designers to outfit them
Haute Couture
1789 started after France Revolution
Fine tailoring
Individually designed
High fashion
Original handmade garments for the elite
Estimate 2k-40k
1920s
Acceptance of a sport and casual chic as standard feminine
1960s
Clothes comes in brighter color
1966 Mary Quant came up with miniskirt idea
Pants become common wear for woman
The Mod and hippie culture emerged
Twiggie become a fashion icon
1970s
Influence of disco, punk and feminist movement
Torn clothing
Suit and pants for woman
Influence of white, neon, and after-glow

1980s
Rebellious, colorful and crazy
High fashion
Easy to care syntactic fibers
1990s
Informality, comfort and athletic
Grunge - youth culture messy, uncombed, not too much effort
2000s
(Free-spirited) Bohemian chic and hipster
Mix styles from punk, grunge, hippie, hipster
large sunglasses, flowing skirt, boots and loose jumper.
Fashion Design
Line
Shape
Color
Texture
Pattern
Theme
Type of fabric
Place
History
Event
Collections
research
quick sketches
silhouettes
mood board
garment details
textiles
fabric manipulation
draping
experimentation
Design Process
Prêt-à-Porter
Ready to wear
Made to standard sizes fits most people
Standard patterns, factory equipment, and faster construction techniques to keep costs low
Fashion Show
Collections are usually presented by fashion houses each season during a period known as Fashion Week. This takes place on a city-by-city basis, and the most prominent of these include London, New York, Milan, and Paris, and are held twice a year—the Fall/Winter (FW) shows take place in February, and the Spring/Summer (SS) collections are shown in September.
"Fashion is a craft, a poetic craft"-Yves St. Laurent.
Technique
Tailoring
Dress making
Embroidery
Atelier
Lace and tulle
Feather work

Animal based textiles are silk and wool made from hair, fur, skin, insect silk worm cocoon
Popular style in clothing, footwear, accessories, makeup also furniture
Textile
Formed by weaving, knitting, crocheting, knotting, or felting
Cloth may be used synonymously with fabric but often refers to a finished piece of fabric used for a specific purpose
Plant based textiles are cotton and linen made from fiber of pulpwood, cotton, rice, bamboo and hemp
Natural fabric made from animal and plant
Synthetic
Related to Rayon and Polyester
Made of fiber
Extremely strong fabric

Research Methodology
Qualitative Approach
Explanatory
Descriptive
Scope of study
The main purposes of this research are focus on documentation, discovery, interpretation of the research and understanding of methods and systems for advancement of knowledge in Traditional Indonesian Chinese Fashion Couture to create different look in fashion field
Objective
Problem Statement
Research Question
Literature Review
Significance of Study
Reference
The use of traditional textiles for fashion can become big business
Traditional textile losing their ethnic identity and are being replace due to modernization where it is becoming more European and Americans
To investigate what element that influence Traditional Chinese Indonesian culture
To explain how lifestyle of Chinese Indonesian can bring impact in fashion industry
To find out how textile and fashion industry of Indonesia evolve
To find what kind of new technique and material will broaden Chinese Indonesian Culture to Fashion industry
What element influence Chinese Indonesian culture?
What are style, texture, pattern, and design that popular in Indonesian Fashion Industry ?
How Indonesian fashion designer evolved in the industry ?
Coppel, C. A. (2002) Studying Ethnic Chinese in Indonesia, Singapore: Singapore Society of Asian Study.
Dress and Ethnicity: Change Across Space and Time. JOANNE B. EICHER, ed. Oxford: Berg, 1995.
The Chinese Fashion Industry: An Ethnographic Approach (Dress, Body, Culture) Jianhua Zhao.
Lohanda, Mona. The kapitan Cina of Batavia, 1837-1942 : a history of Chinese establishment in colonial society.
Coppel, Charles A. (1996) Peranakan construction of Chinese customs in late colonial Java. In: Douw, L.M. and P. Post (eds.) South China: state, culture and social change during the 20th century. Amsterdam: KNAW (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, p. 119-131.
Knight-Achjadi, Judi and Asmoro Damais (2006) Butterflies & phoenixes: Chinese inspirations in Indonesian textile arts. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Editions.
Gondomono (1990) The Chinese community of Jakarta: a study of Chinese familism in an Indonesian urban environment. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International.
Suryadinata, Leo (ed.) (1996) Sastra peranakan Tionghoa Indonesia [Peranakan Chinese Indonesian literature]. Jakarta: Gramedia Widiasarana Indonesia.
A.S., Marcus and Pax Benedanto (eds.) (2002) Kesusastraan Melayu Tionghoa dan kebangsaan Indonesia [Chinese Malay literature and Indonesian nationality]. Jakarta: Kepustakaan Populer Gramedia.
This research is important and contribute in fashion field, event designers, fashion entrepreneurs, craftsmen clothing and accessories.
This study will also be beneficial to the student in
fashion history of Chinese Indonesia.
To understand the history of couture, it is important to understand the way in which couture industry operates.
CREATING ORIGINAL GARMENTS USING COUTURE SEWING METHODS
Dresses were often made by hand by the women who wore them. Wealthy women had their dresses made by hired dressmakers. Kings and queens became trend setters, and the textile and detailing of garments were signs of the wearer’s wealth and social position (Nudelman, 2009). They worked together to make sure the new fashions were a hit to those that were setting the fashion style in the Western world and the ladies in the French court. Using this collaborative method allowed couture to come into existence (DeJean, 2005).
advanced sewing techniques used today were used centuries ago by couture designers. Examining the sewing techniques of past couture designers has helped me understand how these sewing techniques have been adopted by today’s couture designers. This allows me to implement both past and present couture sewing methods into my garments.
Fashion media today, writing over the last decade fashion media has gravitated online, like many other cultural phenomena.The history of fashion is intimately tied up with the technologies through which it can be represented, advertised and visualized (Craik 2009: 245)
Fashion Media Today: Convergence, Creativity & Control
Fabric manipulation
Sketches
Texture
Fabric Sample
Technique
Experimentation
Couture garments
Researcer intended to explain and discribe real life of Traditional Chinese Indonesian and the influence in fashion of decades. Therefore traditional mix inter-ethnic bring influence local textile, design, and dress, comes together in pattern and symbols.
More specific research on Chinese Indonesian culture fact finding invesigation like interview. To seek answer to a question and collect evidence to prove fact of Chinese Indonesian losing their ethnicity due to modernization. Mostly the interview is about fashion couture and Chinese Indonesian culture in what make our culture attractive and stand out among other culture
by Vivi Surya
I am Indonesian Chinese
Innovative Pleats, Folds and Draping in Fashion Design
Minority to Majority
Social connection between the chinese mainland and the pribumi due to Thirtieth of September Movement the culture of Cina and the recent immigrant is somewhat different because of the law ban n doing chinese culture in public spaces
WHY ?
My mother is a forth generation Chinese Indonesian born and raised in Medan. while my father Chinese indonesian hoping to find better life int he communist party. Culturally speaking, my mother speaks Hokkien while my father is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese, and Hokkien.
Both my mother and father are buddhist. Until today my mother family still pray to their ancentors and my father`s family not.
Research Design
In order to answer the research question, observation research design will be implimented. In research design, information will be collected when asking questions. the answer of the question will constitute the data of the study
Idea of a research project
Literature Review
Specification of research purpose (Introduction)
Objective, Scope of Study and Research Questions
Determine Problem statement
Choice of a methodology and case study for data collection
Analyzing and interpreting the data
Reporting and evaluating research
Delimitation of Study
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