Clothing Design

Electronics in Textiles and Clothing: Design, Products and Applications

Electronics in Textiles and Clothing: Design, Products and Applications by L. Ashok Kumar and C. Vigneswaran
English | 2015 | ISBN: 1498715508 | 460 pages | PDF | 12 MB

Clothing design - 25 Eps  

Posted by AlenMiler at May 21, 2014
Clothing design - 25 Eps

Clothing design - 25 Eps
25 Eps | + Jpg Preview | 77 Mb
Pattern Cutting for Clothing Using CAD: How to Use Lectra Modaris Pattern Cutting Software

Pattern Cutting for Clothing Using CAD: How to Use Lectra Modaris Pattern Cutting Software by M Stott
Publisher: Woodhead Publishing | 2012 | ISBN: 0857092316 | 176 pages | PDF | 10,6 MB

The invention of computer aided design (CAD) has revolutionised pattern cutting for clothing. Lectra’s Modaris pattern cutting software is a key tool in pattern production. Using a practical approach and clear examples throughout, Pattern cutting for clothing using CAD is an essential guide for all users of Lectra Modaris.

Encyclopedia of Clothing and Fashion, 3 Volumes Set (Repost)  

Posted by leonardo78 at Dec. 23, 2015
Encyclopedia of Clothing and Fashion, 3 Volumes Set (Repost)

Valerie Steele, "Encyclopedia of Clothing and Fashion (3 Volumes Set)"
Publisher: Charles Scribners & Sons | 2004 | ISBN: 0684313944 | 1600 pages | PDF | 46,6 MB

This reference set provides information on all aspects of clothing and adornment in human culture, from ancient Egyptian wigs to space suits. From ritual garments in societies around the world to fashion models flashing the latest styles on Parisian runways, articles cover the technology, design, and social meaning of dress throughout history.

Fashion Doll Clothing (repost)  

Posted by MoneyRich at Nov. 27, 2014
Fashion Doll Clothing (repost)

Fashion Doll Clothing by Rosemarie Ionker
English | September 26, 2006 | ISBN: 1932485392 | 144 pages | PDF | 18 MB

Well-known for her doll clothing, German designer Rosemarie Ionker now turns her creative hand to clothing today’s popular fashion dolls. Drawing on her background as a fashion student in Germany in the late 1950s and 1960s, Ms. Ionker has created a collection of patterns reflecting the prêt-a-porter styles of those days, which are now viewed as classics of fashion design.

DOSCH DESIGN 3D: Clothing Man  

Posted by AlenMiler at March 16, 2014
DOSCH DESIGN 3D: Clothing Man

DOSCH DESIGN 3D: Clothing Man
max | 3D models | 283 MB

The product DOSCH 3D: Clothing contains more than 100 very detailed and fully textured 3D-models of various pieces of clothing and shoes. Use these 3D-models for architectural visualization, interior design, animation or illustration of shops, hotels and any other fashion thematic.
Encyclopedia of Clothing and Fashion Edition 1. 3-Volume Set (Repost)

Encyclopedia of Clothing and Fashion Edition 1. 3-Volume Set
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons | ISBN: 0684313944 | edition 2004 | PDF | 1600 pages | 46,6 mb

From diapers to Dior, saris to serapes, the world of clothing is nearly as vast and as ancient as the human race. Tracing the stylistic and functional threads that unite clothing across time and cul-tures – as well as delving into the divergent styles and significance of apparel – this A to Z encyclopedia is the essential resource for exploring the relationship between culture and couture.
This broad-based set surveys clothing, body adornment, and examines the origins of clothing, the development of fabrics and technologies, and the social meanings of dress. It also presents information on representative costumes from a wide variety of historical eras, which are frequently the topic of student research. Topics range from the bustle, sari, and toga to Polyester and body piercing. The short entries explain the history of garments (necktie, codpiece, cocktail dress, bathing suit, burqua, Nehru jacket), techniques and manufactures (batik, dry cleaning, zipper, stone washing), body adornment (makeup, mask, tattoo, wig), and important persons and institutions (Coco Chanel, Edith Head, Yves Saint-Laurent, Fashion Institute of Technology). The longer essays provide cultural context: class, gender, sumptuary laws, costume design for stage and screen, advertising; fashion careers; ecclesiastical dress; military uniforms; etc.

Fashion Doll Clothing  

Posted by ksveta6 at May 28, 2010
Fashion Doll Clothing

Fashion Doll Clothing by Rosemarie Ionker
Reverie Publishing | 2006 | ISBN: 1932485392 | English | PDF | 145 pages | 16.40 Mb

Well-known for her doll clothing, German designer Rosemarie Ionker now turns her creative hand to clothing today’s popular fashion dolls. Drawing on her background as a fashion student in Germany in the late 1950s and 1960s, Ms. Ionker has created a collection of patterns reflecting the prêt-a-porter styles of those days, which are now viewed as classics of fashion design. In this book she offers patterns for basic pieces from which seamstresses can create a skirt, jacket, pants and dresses, using a variety of fabrics and embellishments.
Encyclopedia of Clothing and Fashion Volume 3: Occult Dress to Zoran, Index

Encyclopedia of Clothing and Fashion Volume 3: Occult Dress to Zoran, Index
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons | ISBN: 0684313944 | edition 2004 | PDF | 562 pages | 14,9 mb

From diapers to Dior, saris to serapes, the world of clothing is nearly as vast and as ancient as the human race. Tracing the stylistic and functional threads that unite clothing across time and cul-tures – as well as delving into the divergent styles and significance of apparel – this A to Z encyclopedia is the essential resource for exploring the relationship between culture and couture.
This broad-based set surveys clothing, body adornment, and examines the origins of clothing, the development of fabrics and technologies, and the social meanings of dress. It also presents information on representative costumes from a wide variety of historical eras, which are frequently the topic of student research. Topics range from the bustle, sari, and toga to Polyester and body piercing. The short entries explain the history of garments (necktie, codpiece, cocktail dress, bathing suit, burqua, Nehru jacket), techniques and manufactures (batik, dry cleaning, zipper, stone washing), body adornment (makeup, mask, tattoo, wig), and important persons and institutions (Coco Chanel, Edith Head, Yves Saint-Laurent, Fashion Institute of Technology). The longer essays provide cultural context: class, gender, sumptuary laws, costume design for stage and screen, advertising; fashion careers; ecclesiastical dress; military uniforms; etc.

Commercial Interior Design - January 2014  Magazines

Posted by AvaxGenius at Dec. 3, 2016
Commercial Interior Design - January 2014

Commercial Interior Design - January 2014
English | True PDF | 84 Pages | 7.01 MB

Commercial Interior Design covers all aspects of commercial interiors, from residential to industrial, offices to retail outlets, hotels to health spas.