Faculty of Textile Technology
Course: Clothing Design for Industry II

Teachers in charge Ph. D. Irena Šabarić, Assist. Prof.
Suradnici: B. Sc. Franka Karin, Assistant
Study, Module Textile Technology and Engineering - graduate, Module Clothing Design for Industry
Course summary 4 (2+2+0)
Knowledge verification preliminary exam
Precondition for testing Pass the exam :Clothing design for industry I
Lecture type lectures, practice
Exercise type workshops
Subject content Lectures: Drawing of clothing design on the bord and on fashionable moving figure.Based on the selection of fabric sample clothing designs are drawn according to teaching units (English classic, sports and work wear, formal dress). Exercises: Drawing of techological symbols on the board, explaining individual clothing elements and individual correction of student drawings. Based on the drawn design, a design is made in the graphic workstation for textile and clothing design which has the installed software package PrimaVision (with program modules GRAPHICSMODE and DRAPINGMODE) by Lectra.
Aim of course Students are qualified to make clothing design that is constructively and technologically legible without losing the designer's individuality . Based on the selection of fabrics, a clothing design is drawn that is varied and a collection is created according to recognizable elements of classic wear. Classic mode of creating collections is applied in the graphical workstation where the process of collection creation is accelerated or reduced in terms of time.
Literature necessary for course Maja Vinković: Likovno projektiranje odjeće I., Tekstilno-tehnološki fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 1999. Zagreb
Maja Vinković:Muška moda-trend 88/99; Tekstil 37 (3) 139-148 (1988.) UDK 687.11 pregled
Ireland P.J. Fashion design drawing and presentation. London BT Batsford 1982.
Supplement literature Bammes G. Der Nackte Mensch. Dresden: VEB der Kunst 1982.
Barcsay J. Muveszeti anatomia. Budapest : Corvin Kiado 1985.
Esmond G.L. Methode du dessin figurine de la mode . Paris : MPL 1979.
Arnold A.L. Mode Grafik. Bad Kohlgrub : Arnold 1970.