Aesthetics, Design, and Product Development

Ready-to-Wear Shift Dress: A Real World Design Problem

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  • Belinda T. Orzada (University of Delaware)

Abstract

How can we best prepare apparel design students for challenges they will face as assistant designers? As an assistant designer, our graduates will be working to execute someone else’s design vision rather than their own. They need the skills to be able to do so.

Keywords: portfolio, real world, draping

How to Cite:

Orzada, B. T., (2012) “Ready-to-Wear Shift Dress: A Real World Design Problem”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 69(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.31274/itaa.17291

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Published on
13 Nov 2012
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