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Hdl Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/2436/34494
Title:
Diversity Studio Collection: Autumn/ Winter Trends 2005/06
Authors:
Dillon, Patricia
Abstract:
The submission represents a collection of original concepts and designs in textiles produced as a response to trend analysis and market directives for the Autumn/Winter season. The process is linked to the biennial focus upon the “Indigo” exhibition. The “Diversity Studio” conducts market analysis, creative development, product testing and materials investigation that leads to a new design collection every six months. The work involves trend analysis, contextual analysis of changing technology, social, political and economic conditions; which all inform the development of a series of cogent/creative designs that help drive the industry and its related economy. Although the process includes factor analysis and original interviews and research; it is instinctive vision that defines the final creative output. Dillon is the primary investigator of visual and materials trends and conceptual thinking for the partnership and sets the parameters for the new collection in consultation with the other members. The material strategy UNDERTAKEN: in the work this year focused on distortion of surface, which employed a mixture of machine techniques including intasia, inlay, stitch transfer and fabric manipulation.
Citation:
In: Indigo February 2004, Salon International du Dessin et de la Creation Textile, Parc d’Expositions de Paris Nord Villepinte, Paris
Issue Date:
2004
URI:
http://hdl.handle.net/2436/34494
Additional Links:
http://www.wlv.ac.uk/Default.aspx?page=16050; http://www.indigo-salon.com/
Type:
Image
Language:
en
Description:
The collection launched at “Indigo” Salon in February 2004; subsequently reviewed in “WWDFAST” in March 2004. “WWDFAST” is a periodical special report of “Women’s Wear Daily” that reviews the most notable styles, items, places and people that provide original thinking on emerging trends. Subsequently Daniela Gilbert, Creative Editor of “Women’s Wear Daily”, interviewed the design partners in November 2004.
Appears in Collections:
Contemporary Design and Applied Art

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dc.contributor.authorDillon, Patricia-
dc.date.accessioned2008-08-06T11:10:55Z-
dc.date.available2008-08-06T11:10:55Z-
dc.date.issued2004-
dc.identifier.citationIn: Indigo February 2004, Salon International du Dessin et de la Creation Textile, Parc d’Expositions de Paris Nord Villepinte, Parisen
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2436/34494-
dc.descriptionThe collection launched at “Indigo” Salon in February 2004; subsequently reviewed in “WWDFAST” in March 2004. “WWDFAST” is a periodical special report of “Women’s Wear Daily” that reviews the most notable styles, items, places and people that provide original thinking on emerging trends. Subsequently Daniela Gilbert, Creative Editor of “Women’s Wear Daily”, interviewed the design partners in November 2004.en
dc.description.abstractThe submission represents a collection of original concepts and designs in textiles produced as a response to trend analysis and market directives for the Autumn/Winter season. The process is linked to the biennial focus upon the “Indigo” exhibition. The “Diversity Studio” conducts market analysis, creative development, product testing and materials investigation that leads to a new design collection every six months. The work involves trend analysis, contextual analysis of changing technology, social, political and economic conditions; which all inform the development of a series of cogent/creative designs that help drive the industry and its related economy. Although the process includes factor analysis and original interviews and research; it is instinctive vision that defines the final creative output. Dillon is the primary investigator of visual and materials trends and conceptual thinking for the partnership and sets the parameters for the new collection in consultation with the other members. The material strategy UNDERTAKEN: in the work this year focused on distortion of surface, which employed a mixture of machine techniques including intasia, inlay, stitch transfer and fabric manipulation.en
dc.language.isoenen
dc.relation.urlhttp://www.wlv.ac.uk/Default.aspx?page=16050en
dc.relation.urlhttp://www.indigo-salon.com/en
dc.titleDiversity Studio Collection: Autumn/ Winter Trends 2005/06en
dc.typeImageen
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