|Teachers in charge
||Ph. D. Katarina Nina Simončič, Assoc. Prof.
||Textile and Fashion Design - undergraduate, Module Textile Design
Textile and Fashion Design - undergraduate, Module Fashion Design
||A historical overview of development and changes in textile and clothing since renaissance till this day. Distinction: clothing – fashion. Perceiving the rhythms of change and identifying their basic drivers, as well as stylistic markers for textile and clothing creations. Connecting the phenomenon of clothing and fashion with current social and artistic activities
|Aim of course
||Developing abilities for active perception of clothing, identifying its basic visual characteristics and recognizing the stylistic markers by which textile and clothing fit into the overall visual and social frame of a certain period. Recognizing the meaning of fashion and the dynamics of change in fashion as a powerful initiator of change in all fields of modern life. Setting criteria for critical evaluation of one’s own creations, as well as for evaluation of fashion events.
|Literature necessary for course
||Radu Stern: Against Fashion: Clothing as Art, 1850-1930 , The MIT Press (October 1, 2005)
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Batsford (April 28, 2005)
Gerda Buxbaum: Icons Of Fashion: The 20th Century (Prestel's Icons), Prestel Publishing; 2nd edition (April 28, 2005)
Elizabeth Ewing:History of 20th Century Fashion, Costume & Fashion Press; Revised edition (April 2002)
||Francois Boucher:Histoire du Costume, Flammarion. Paris, 1965.
Ingrid Loschek: Mode und Costumlexicon, Reclam. Stuttgart, 1987.
Ingrid Loschek: Mode in 20. Jahrhundert, Bruckmann, Munchen,1993.
Enrica Morini: Storia della moda-XVIII-XX secolo, Skira. Milano, 2000.