Textiles and fashion : exploring printed textiles, knitwear, embroidery, menswear and womenswear / Jenny Udale.
By: Udale, JennyMaterial type: TextPublisher: London Fairchild Books, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2014Edition: Second editionDescription: 200 pages : illustrations (mostly color) ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9782940496006 (paperback)Subject(s): Textile fabrics | Textile design | Fashion design | DESIGN / FashionDDC classification: 677 LOC classification: TS1765 | .U33 2014Other classification: DES005000
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The Textile Sample -- Interview: Duncan Cheetham -- Projects: Designing a textile through research -- Fibres -- Interview: Manel Torres -- Projects: Finishing techniques -- Fabric Construction -- Interview: Tina Lutz -- Projects: Design development -- Surface Treatments -- Interview: James Stone -- Projects: Reinventing a classic -- Colour and Trends -- Interview: Philippa Wagner -- Projects: Trends -- Textiles Used in Fashion Design -- Interview: Anne Sofie Masden -- Projects: Deconstruction - reconstruction -- Glossary -- Useful resources.
"Textiles and Fashion explores the integration of textile design with fashion. It begins with a brief history of textiles, showing the links with technical innovation and social developments. It then focuses on the processes of textile design, including the ethical and sustainable issues around textiles today. The book also provides practical information on fibre production, dyeing and finishing techniques. Various surface treatments are explored, as well as the way in which colour and trend influences fashion and textiles. Through case studies and interviews, fashion and textile designers discuss their production processes and how they use textiles in their work. New to the second edition are exercises to help students to explore and further their knowledge of textiles and fashion"--