Study on the Establishment of a Structured Library for Clothing Design–The Case of Menswear


Students who work in clothing design or study clothing design need to learn clothing design drawings, clothing design drawing as a communication tool prior to manufacture in the clothing industry. Due to the diversification of the attributes, colors and styles of clothing design products, if we do one-by-one sampling, it will not be able to reach the manufacture date, and we will also bear a high cost of it. Therefore, a computer design drawing has become a trend in the design industry. If the clothing that are commonly used in each season which can be classified according to the clothing structure, to create a library which can be assembled or modified when needed. It is like a dictionary with sleeve type, collar type, pocket type, etc. Hence, it will improve the work efficiency, and reduce the cost of making samples, shorten the manufacturing process as well. Therefore, this research will focuses on the clothing industry, using the common drawing software to create basic styles of clothing design, to classify style components, and to create a basic library, and try to combine them quickly to create a new style throughout it. Furthermore, the creation of this library can provide designers or workers to improve their work efficiency, but also can be applied to the education which are related to the clothing design and clothing sampling.

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ChiuLan Yeh, Tatung University, Taiwan
Fu-Yuan Li, Tatung University, Taiwan

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Conference: ECE2022
Stream: Interdisciplinary

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Yeh C., & Li F. (2022) Study on the Establishment of a Structured Library for Clothing Design–The Case of Menswear ISSN: 2188-1162 The European Conference on Education 2022: Official Conference Proceedings
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