Fashion A: Standard 4: The Fashion Industry



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Fashion A: Standard 4:

The Fashion Industry
Objectives

  • Students will understand key components of the fashion industry.

    • Objective 1: Identify factors that contributed to the development of the apparel industry.

    • Objective 2: Identify key fashion centers in the U.S. and around the world

    • Objective 3: Identify and describe major trade publications and fashion magazines.

    • Objective 4: Identify key fashion designers and their contributions.

    • Objective 4: Identify key fashion awards. 

The Scope of the Apparel Industry

  • The apparel industry has been developing for many ____________.

  • However fashion as we know it started with changes that come during the ________________________.


Industrial Revolution Changes

  • Brought about the switch from ____________ garments to mass produced ____________.

  • There were three major developments

    • ______________________: enable better quality fabrics to be made in less timehttp://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/81/woman_with_singer.jpg/220px-woman_with_singer.jpg

    • ________________invented: enabled clothing to be manufactured in factories

    • Techniques in mass _________, ____________, and ____________selling were developed and refined

Inside the “Trade”: sometimes referred as the ____________trade

  • There are several key components that make up the fashion industry:

    • Fashion ____________

    • Trade ____________and Fashion ____________

    • Fashion ____________

    • Fashion ____________

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Fashion Centers

  • The fashion industry is truly ____________. Its presence is found in cities around the world.

  • Centers are usually found in cities where fashion design and production firms are ____________together.

  • Some of these centers are locations for Fashion Weeks.

    • When designers present new designs or ____________

    • The most important collection shows are held ____________a year, featuring spring-summer and fall-winter lines.

International:

  • Paris:

    • ________of the fashion world, often the _______choice of top designers as a place to show collections

  • Milan:

    • Known for beautiful ______and sophisticated prints, leader in the production of _____ accessories, such as shoes and handbags.

  • London:

    • Originally noted for _______ business-suit classic style, now focuses on high-quality ready-to-wear

  • Tokyo:

    • Continues to influence western fashion with ________, asymmetrical balance, unusual ___________ and use of fibers

United Stateshttp://3.bp.blogspot.com/_p3hr_8huuus/tcyejlnqzji/aaaaaaaaaes/6skte_ig2ry/s400/garmentdistrict1

  • New York City:

    • Center of ____ fashion

    • Fashion __________

    • Over __________ showrooms

    • __________ Ave.- Fashion Walk of Fame

  • Los Angeles:

    • Largest concentration of fashion related businesses in the __________ US- consisting of 82 city blockshttp://askmissa.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/fashion-district.jpg

    • California Market Center- __________ showrooms

  • Dallas:

    • FashionCenterDallas- __________ showrooms

  • Chicago:

    • Apparel Center- ____showrooms

  • Atlanta:

    • AmericasMart- specializing in home __________ but also features apparelhttp://sanfranciscosur.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/cocochanel.jpg

  • Miami:

    • Miami International Merchandise Mart- __________ Showrooms


Trade Publications

  • Definition: magazines, newspapers, and books that deal with a specific __________.http://bodyconscience.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/wwd_news.png

  • Women’s Wear Daily: Major US trade publication for __________ and men’s clothing. It reports all new apparel trends with __________, fashion illustrations, and stories.

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  • Footwear News: Specializes in the __________ industry.


Fashion Magazines

  • Definition: __________ magazines sold commercially, featuring articles, illustrations, and advertisements.

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Fashion Designers:98_armani_casa_am190907_f

  • Giorgio Armani:

    • Italian designer known for finely tailored __________ and upscale ready-to wear

  • Pierre Cardin:

  • Coco Chanel:

    • Famous French couturier known for introducing the ________________, died in 1971, still remains a __________ French fashion house

  • Christian Dior:

    • French designer who introduced the “________________” (fitted blouses and long full skirts) in 1947, died in 1957

  • Dolce and Gabbana:

    • __________ design team known for modern, romantic styles and high-end casual for men and womenhttp://2.bp.blogspot.com/-wbw6npthnxu/t3he7ox85_i/aaaaaaaaf7c/wxglcxaljl0/s1600/dolce-and-gabbana-2010_356e4e4b985b570a14edff893704ce92_816.jpg

  • Tom Ford:

    • American designer who has worked behind the __________ and __________ labels

  • Marc Jacobs:http://s1.ibtimes.com/sites/www.ibtimes.com/files/styles/picture_this/public/2011/08/23/149831-marc-jacobs.jpg

    • American designer who's designs include grungy-hobo _________meets sophistication

  • Donna Karen:

    • American designer who designs simple, __________ women’s clothes that stretch and move well

  • Calvin Klein:

  • Karl Lagerfeld:

    • __________ born French designer, creates for ________, Fendi as well as himself

  • Ralph Lauren:

    • Popular __________ designer famous for his classic men’s and women’s lines influenced by the American __________ also sells home furnishings etc.ralph lauren

  • Yves St. Laurent:

    • French designer who paved the way for __________ and female power dressing, died in 2008http://www.independent.co.uk/migration_catalog/article5076655.ece/alternates/w460/yves+saint+laurent.jpeg

  • Levi Strauss:

  • Gianni Versace:dek

    • Italian designer who used bold color, daring cuts, innovative materials and sex appeal. His sister __________ took over in 1997 after his tragic death

  • Diane von Furstenberg:

    • Belgian- born designer and former __________ who’s jersey wrap dress became her brand’s iconic look, works in __________http://www1.pictures.zimbio.com/gi/diane+von+furstenberg+heart+truth+red+dress+masmpepyslrl.jpg



  • Vera Wang:http://www.verawang.com/veraunveiled/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/vera-wang-headshot_web1-767x1024.jpg

    • American designer and child champion ________ skater, famous for designing expensive and elegant ________ dresses


Fashion Awards

  • CFDA Awards (________________________________________): Gives awards each year to designers in women’s wear, men’s wear and accessories, as well as other categories.http://blog.myfdb.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/trova.jpg

  • Coty Awards: Presented each year from 1943 to 1978, which became the ____________________ Awards through 1988.

  • Coty Hall of Fame: Given to designers who won Coty Awards ______different times.http://ia.media-imdb.com/images/m/mv5bmtg5ndqynte2ov5bml5banbnxkftztcwmjq2mtu5mw@@._v1._sy314_cr4,0,214,314_.jpg

  • Neiman Marcus Award: given to a designer who has designed, publicized, or worn fashion that has __________ the public.

    • Christian Dior, Coco Chanel, Yves St. Laurent, Ralph Lauren, Levi Strauss, Giorgio Armani, and Karl Lagerfeld are some of the recipientshttp://2.bp.blogspot.com/-kasldv4s_5a/tvyqbyyenei/aaaaaaaaac4/w7weeu_jlfi/s1600/christian_dior.jpg


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