Technical Design in Fashion

In: Other Topics

Submitted By bhooms
Words 428
Pages 2
A techpack is a set of technical details sheets of any design which explain the various processes, techniques and quality parameters involved during the product development process (especially for bulk manufacturing of any apparel product). This is visually impressive and conveys information in an effective manner as it will have verbal explanation as well as illustrated with diagrams / sketches.

We are expertise in TECH PACKs that are visually impressive and conveys all the design and technical information in an effective manner quickly. We lay stress on both the aesthetics as well as technological compliance of these techpacks, keeping in mind the compatibility, colour schemes and optimization for product development at both, sample development and bulk production process.

Each TechPack is drafted in a unique format and the basic structure of our tech pack as follows:

Page 1: Garment Flat Sketch (rendered - solid color or fabric). Both Front and Back Sketches in Flat view to show the details appropriately.
Page 2: Garment Flat Sketch with color combo details. All the Cut and Sew colors in Pantone (TPX) reference codes for all color combinations.
Page 3: This page of the techpack is designed for Special Treatments on the garment if any (especially for Denims). These technical details are very useful for treatments like grinding, repair stitches, whiskers, scraping, swift tags, et..
Page 4: Construction & Pattern details on B&W Sketch. All the Sewing details with types of stitches and their placement. Color combination of the sewing thread could also be mentioned here.
Page 5: Measurement Chart with graded specification sheet
Page 6: Detailed drawings of the garment where ever required as B&W Sketch. If any intricate or heavy detail is there, that could be shown as a detailed drawing to make the sample maker understand better and convenient.
Page 7:…...

Similar Documents

Fashion

...Fashion is a thing that involves what we wear, the vehicles we ride, how we enrich and various other styles that use fashion. At the present time fashion is a trend of rapidly evolving society. This is because, with the fashion they feel themselves more confident and fashion is also able to change the identity of each person. Fashion is so important for us because it show the truly attitudes of person. Enriching an extreme fashion and beauty-conscious from the comfort can cause health problems. As enriching high heels are at high risk for the wearer will feel sore feet and not too long-lasting wear. In addition, a stylized fashion nowadays more concerned with the beauty of the clothing comfort. But in the same fashion that emphasizes beauty from the comfort and fashion that can cause health problems are very important for people who are working as per what they wear is important to represent a clean and disciplined workers. Furthermore, fashion can lead us to waste too extreme because according to the current fashion of a thing that is not so important to buy. Examples of today according to the current trend to waste money buying their telephone served by trained staff when there are more important things to be purchased but they are thinking about fashion from waste. This fashionable key waste is also important because it is a successful development. Fashion involving religion is an obstacle to Muslims because Muslims are the ones who are told to cover up. However,......

Words: 354 - Pages: 2

A Technical View of System Analysis and Design

...A Technical View of System Analysis and Design Abstract System Analysis and Design is a process. Analysis is the part that involves the study of the units working together. Design is an essential phase in the development process based on the user needs. System Analysis and Design is an approach towards reinforcing the analysis and design of information systems with the objective of improving the system performance by automation. This paper explores the Managers outlook and importance of System Analysis and Design as well as the exploration into organizations that utilize System Development and Design. We uphold that continual and extensive use of current System Analysis and Design Methodologies will assist in the development of an effective system. Key Words: System Analysis, System Design, Methodologies Introduction Computers are now becoming part of virtually every activity in an organization. This paper explores the relationship between the organizations and managers of IS projects and the usefulness and need for IS project managers to become more knowledgeable to be able to effectively anticipate and deal with conflicts that arise as a consequence of information systems creation or modifications in organizations. The development of a system basically involves two major parts: System Analysis and System Design. System Analysis is defined as the study of a business problem domain or area to recommend improvements and specify the business...

Words: 4173 - Pages: 17

Fashion

...Changes of Fashion in the World Fashion is a general term for a popular style or practice, especially in clothing, footwear, accessories, makeup, body piercing, or furniture. Fashion refers to a distinctive and often habitual trend in the style with which a person dresses, as well as to prevailing styles in behavior. Fashion also refers to the newest creations of textile designers (Fashion). The more technical term, costume, has become so linked to the term "fashion" that the use of the former has been relegated to special senses like fancy dress or masquerade wear, while "fashion" means clothing more generally and the study of it. Although aspects of fashion can be feminine or masculine, some trends are androgynous (Bruzzi 2012), (Cumming 2004) The fashion industry is a product of the modern age. Prior to the mid-19th century, most clothing was custom made. It was handmade for individuals, either as home production or on order from dressmakers and tailors. By the beginning of the 20th century with the rise of new technologies such as the sewing machine, the rise of global capitalism and the development of the factory system of production, and the proliferation of retail outlets such as department stores clothing had increasingly come to be mass-produced in standard sizes and sold at fixed prices. Although the fashion industry developed first in Europe and America, today it is an international and highly globalized industry, with clothing often designed in one country...

Words: 2088 - Pages: 9

Fashion

...How a Commercial Advertising make difference on Consumption Student Name: Enya Li Student Number: 015FM711 Shanghai Donghua University-Raffles International Design Institute Course Code: AYEL9001 Joycelin Oct. 25th ,2012 How a Commercial Advertising Make Difference on Consumption Advertising is a communication and marketing tool that deliver the information to the audience in public by a specific type of media, so as to change the customers' minds coming up with some new acknowledge, and persuade them to consume with a good brand image. Therefore, the objective of advertising firstly is to convey the information accurately. Secondly it is to establish a good brand image, while persuading the customers to consume. Also it can satisfy the aesthetic needs of customers. Moreover, a commercial advertising is a paid advertising straightly for profit that it also deliver the effective commercial information by a specific type of media, but there is a difference about the commodity-oriented between the audience. For this study, I chose the sources of information from two books and Internet. One of the books is called "Advertising, the Uneasy Persuasion", written by Michael Schudson. The other is called "You Actually Don't Know about Advertising", written by Liu Wei. And the source from Internet is a article, called "How Enterprise Make Brand Marketing in an Advertising Objectionable Age...

Words: 585 - Pages: 3

Fashion Design

...Jarrett Evans Mrs. Johnson English III – P.7 14 May 2013 Dripping Swag My research paper is over the career of Fashion Design. I chose this topic, because I have always had a desire to one day have my own clothing line and see other people support me by wearing my creations. Also because I like to mix different articles of clothing and create my own unique style to go out and express to the world. This paper will highlight the details about a fashion designer, like what type of education you need, skills required, the work environment, and their salaries. Fashion Design is a career where people express and use their creative ideas to create the best clothing on the market. For many of years the practice of changing the style of clothing has become common around the world. Fashion Designing has been around for many years “People wore garments to help them maintain body temperatures, dress design became a profession around the 1600’s” (“Fashion Designers”). The clothing business really started to escalate when the sewing machine was founded back in the day, designing clothes hasn’t been the same ever since. Education is not heavily looked upon in the field of Fashion Design. One article claims that “You can be successful without going to high school.” (Vogt. Peter). A student who does attend high school should take courses that express creativity like drawing, art, or even computer aided design. This would benefit them and give designers a head start. After...

Words: 989 - Pages: 4

Technical Design in Fashion

...A techpack is a set of technical details sheets of any design which explain the various processes, techniques and quality parameters involved during the product development process (especially for bulk manufacturing of any apparel product). This is visually impressive and conveys information in an effective manner as it will have verbal explanation as well as illustrated with diagrams / sketches. We are expertise in TECH PACKs that are visually impressive and conveys all the design and technical information in an effective manner quickly. We lay stress on both the aesthetics as well as technological compliance of these techpacks, keeping in mind the compatibility, colour schemes and optimization for product development at both, sample development and bulk production process. Each TechPack is drafted in a unique format and the basic structure of our tech pack as follows: Page 1: Garment Flat Sketch (rendered - solid color or fabric). Both Front and Back Sketches in Flat view to show the details appropriately. Page 2: Garment Flat Sketch with color combo details. All the Cut and Sew colors in Pantone (TPX) reference codes for all color combinations. Page 3: This page of the techpack is designed for Special Treatments on the garment if any (especially for Denims). These technical details are very useful for treatments like grinding, repair stitches, whiskers, scraping, swift tags, et.. Page 4: Construction & Pattern details on B&W Sketch. All the Sewing details with...

Words: 428 - Pages: 2

A Fully Functional Network Design for Shelly Fashion

...NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATONS A FULLY FUNCTIONAL NETWORK DESIGN FOR SHELLY FASHION PRESENTED BY: Osazuwa Olufemi George Business requirement Shelly fashion is a clothing boutique that sells clothes to both male and female customers. Their goal is to be the biggest retail clothing store in the country which aims to provide customers from the ages of 5 to 45 years of age a wide variety of quality clothing. The clothing retail store is open six days a week to customers who come in and buy their clothes directly at the store. The transaction is recorded and stored on the store’s computer with a Store Management Software which keeps track of inventory, sales, and computes the profits of the retail store biannually. Shelly fashion is looking to expand its reach using internet technology so it would be able to meet with the growing number of customers and also to connect all its other and future branches together to form a centralized network. With the network the retail store would be able to launch its home delivery option where customers would be able to buy clothes online and have their goods brought to them at their homes without having to be physically present at store. The business owners want to embark on a project to set up a telecommunications network which should be able to reach their business requirements. Shelly fashion’s business requirements for the proposed network are as follows: * Reduce operating cost by cutting cost too make telephone...

Words: 2953 - Pages: 12

Fashion

...Fashion Design ♥ Job Description, Salaries, Benefits and Useful Links Fashion/clothing designers design clothes, accessories and shoes. Some design expensive one-off pieces. Others work in a team creating a whole range of mass-produced fashions, or specialise in particular areas such as sportswear. The responsibilities of a designer may include: * producing concepts * making sketches by hand or on the computer * developing patterns * overseeing production * analysing trends in fabrics, colours and shapes. Designers normally work from 9am to 5pm, but they may work longer hours when preparing samples for buyers or collections for fashion shows. Fashion designers usually work in a studio or small workshop. They may attend fashion shows, prediction fairs and exhibitions, as well as visit clients. Travel is often required. Salaries may range from around £13,000 to around £60,000 a year. Fashion/clothing designers need: * to be creative * an eye for colour, texture and pattern * the ability to visualise things in three dimensions * technical skills in areas such as pattern cutting, grading and garment construction * to enjoy following trends in fashion and clothing. Fashion designers work for designer labels, as part of in-house design teams for retail chains, and for clothing manufacturers. The heaviest concentration of designers is in London and the surrounding area. Competition for places is intense. Fashion designers usually...

Words: 1844 - Pages: 8

Fashion

...FoodMusicArtsBooksFilmsTheatre Please visit DishoomIt's blog for the latest food posts. The Tossed Salad is currently on an indefinite hiatus. Signature's 7 Sensation Fashion Tour in Pune: A Quick Look Uncategorized • Madhur Advani • 20th July, 2010 • 2 Comments • Tweet On the 15th of this month, Pune played host to Signature’s -‘7 Sensations Fashion Tour’ at the Radisson-Kharadi. Showcasing the prêt a porter collection of the designer duo -Falguni and Shane Peacock and designer Samant Chauhan; the fashion show exceeded expectations in ways more than one. Boasting of two big names in bollywood- Celina Jaitley and Rahul Bose as the show stoppers this one sure lived up to every ounce of the audience’s expectations. The show kick started with models sashaying the creations of designer Samant Chauhan on the ramp, a rather unconventional designer who created ripples in the world of fashion for his use of ‘non violent’ silk (silk not made from killing worms, but traditionally woven in Bhagalpur). This designer who doesn’t believe in using colors besides those that possess earthy tones, took the fashionistas in attendance by surprise; the reason being a change in his color palette from one comprising earthy colors to that of black and red. His collection saw the dominant use of fabrics like chiffon and crepe; garments that were well cut and structured apart from excessive use of accessories like neck adornments (carved out of card paper) and scarves...

Words: 598 - Pages: 3

Fashion

... pieces because they were not exactly as he wanted them to be. Potential clients could be turned down, existing customers banished. Slide №16 Never before had a simple dressmaker consorted with the high and mighty almost as an equal. Before an important ball or masque princesses, duchesses, and countesses came to his fashion house to Rue De La Paix for inspection. They paraded in front of him while he decided on a last minute what to change or replace in their complete image. Slide №17 So his talent for design and promotion built his fashion house into a huge business during the last quarter of the 19th century. His sons, Gaston-Lucien and Jean-Philippe, took over their father's business following his death in 1895 and succeeded in maintaining his high standards. The grest fashion dynasty finally came to an end in 1952 when Charles Frederick Worth's great-grandson, Jean-Charles, retired from the family business....

Words: 1404 - Pages: 6

Fashion

...Fashion refers to the manner of doing something. Fashion also denotes style, a dress and hair and dealings with others. Among students, the word primarily conveys the sense with regard to ‘dress and hair styles.’ These days, students devote more time to fashions than to studies. Educational institutions and, particularly colleges, present the picture of film studios. As soon as a boy or a girl joins a college, there occurs a marvelous change in him or her. Simplicity takes wings and there comes ostentation in its place. Their gait is changed; their way of conversation assumes a different modulation and their behaviour gets stricken with artificiality. They strut like peacocks and fly like butterflies. Generally, it is the student-community alone leads the fast-changing fashions. Once a thing or style gets in vogue, it is blindly followed by the students, notwithstanding how much inconvenience it entails. These days, boys, who by birth, are expected to be hardy and rough, look pale, tender and delicate. They apply all sorts of cosmetics which were formerly used by the fair-sex alone. The way they dress their hair or the way they get their tight trousers or gaudy shirts stitched, or the way they walk with their necks craned forward appears ridiculous. But they are indifferent to all sense of decency. They must follow the fashions of film actors whether they can afford them or not. In the race of fashions, girls have not lagged behind. Rather they have gone a step...

Words: 543 - Pages: 3

Fashion

...European 'cheap chic' stores like H & M in fashion March 01, 2004 12:00AM Take a look at Fifth Avenue in the low 50s, and it's easy to see the growth and importance of European "cheap chic" or "fast fashion" in New York.  In 2000, H & M - the Ikea of fashion - opened a massive, 35,000 square foot flagship store on Fifth Avenue at 51st Street, announcing its presence in Manhattan in a big way.  Only recently did fellow European competitors follow the Swedish retailer to Fifth Avenue.  In the fall, Mexx, the Dutch company bought by Liz Clairborne two years ago, made its U.S. debut by opening in a glassy flagship store on 52nd Street. Zara, the Spanish fashion store, is scheduled to open at 54th Street.  H & M has become the hot destination for the Gen X, Y and Z set by providing up-to-the-minute trends at K-Mart prices. It's been facing off against its competitors in the Flatiron District to Union Square to Soho to Herald Square and the area around Bloomingdale's.  "It's promotional disposable fashion," said Stephen J. Stephanou, executive vice president at Madison HGCD. "You might see a customer standing in line with 10 of the latest trendy tube tops for $150, and if it doesn't dissolve on the disco floor, that's great."  "It's a niche that hadn't existed before," he said. "It's going to be a phenomenon that will continue to expand in the city."  H & M, which has six stores in Manhattan, has been the most aggressive in its expansion efforts, while Zara...

Words: 1174 - Pages: 5

Fashion Design

... and external parties. 3. Negotiations in and beyond MILK X Monthly Image 1: Negotiations in and beyond MILK X Monthly 224 Fashion Communication in Asia __________________________________________________________________ A. Copywriting/Project Team In the eyes of the journalists and designers, the copywriters worked in two teams simultaneously: advertising sales and editorial. They had difficulties in deciding which suggestion to follow and which way to go artistically. Senior copywriter Ginny said she had experienced many conflicts with the design team and the advertising sales team. She criticised the aesthetic sense of the in-house graphic designers. ‘[I]n many cases, these so-called designers…could totally mistake what you say…you even have to provide them guidelines for mixing and matching palettes and typography…The basic requirement of being a designer can be merely the technical software skills…[to collaborate with them] sometimes you need to spend even more time to solve the problem.’ As for the advertising sales personnel, Ginny thought that they only focused on the sales perspective but were unaware of the reader’s interests. They neglected the needs of readers and advocated hard-selling product shots and texts. All she could do was to tactfully convince the ad sales team and strike a balance between the demands of clients and magazine readers. When copywriter Timothy was asked if he considered himself a fashion creator, he responded...

Words: 6573 - Pages: 27

Fashion

...BURUBURU INSTITUTE OF FINE ARTS NAME: CAROLYNE NYOKABI COURSE: FASHION DESIGN SUBJECT: FASHION ACCESSORY: PROJECT 1 THE LIVING ROOM The living room is a general room in a house that is meant for relaxing as well as socializing. It’s also known as a sitting room. The designs picked out for a living room speak of one’s personality. The design for a living room may be mixed and matched to give the living room a functional and fashionable style. The living room furniture choice will depend to one’s own unique taste. The furniture and décor added to a room gives it a beautiful, cozy and homely look. Cushion Also referred to as a headrest, hassock, bolster or a sham, is a soft object or part that is used to make something e.g. a seat more comfortable or to protect a surface from damage. Its made of multiple types of material and in multiple shapes that provide comfort when sitting or lying down. Most cushions are filled with foam or some poly material thus depending on how much comfort one is looking for. Cushions are used for kneeling upon, for sitting, to soften hardness or angularity of a chair or a couch thus making resting more soothing. Cushion Types Cushions were quickly seen as a way to add comfort for long hours of sitting. So as years went by more pillow types were made. These are; * Chair cushions, a separate cushion placed on a chair to add comfort and style. * Bench cushions, a type of cushion that’s used to provide comfort and style to an......

Words: 342 - Pages: 2

Fashion

...Fashion and Clothes Most people like to think they are individualists and simply wear whatever they like. Few people will admit to being slaves to fashion. However, we are not just talking of the expensive clothes of the Paris and Milan fashion houses, which not many people can afford anyway. We are talking of fashions and trends in everyday clothes. We say that we wear jeans and sweaters because they are cheap and practical, but isn’t it true that jeans and sweaters tend to be the same as everyone else wears? Doesn’t that mean that we like to be trendy? Fashion is always changing. It is never permanent. Long skirts, short skirts, pants for women, make-up for men – these are some of the fashions that come in and out of style. Every fashion goes through three stages. At first it is different; it may be new and exciting, shocking or surprising. Then it becomes popular, and the original idea is imitated. Finally it becomes boring and out of date as a new fashion starts. Being fashionable says something about you. It means that you are up-to-date in other ways. So, for centuries fashion has been changing. As far as I know in the middle of the 18th century some of the most fashionable rich young men in Britain copied the latest Italian fashions. They wore extravagant clothes, lots of make-up to look pale and high wigs. At the end of the 18th century, women’s dresses began to get wider and their hair began to get longer. The widest dresses measured nearly two meters, making...

Words: 774 - Pages: 4