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Hdl Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/2436/34514
Title:
Diversity Studio Collection: Autumn/Winter 2008/09
Authors:
Dillon, Patricia
Other Titles:
Indigo February 2007
Abstract:
This submission represents an original collection of textile designs derived through textile experimentation. 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 presentation every six months. The work described in this submission delivers:1) Current and emerging trends in Fashion and Textiles.2) Reports on ‘social, technical, economic and political’ issues (STEP factors) that impact upon current practice in fashion and textiles. 3) Original design to inform future markets. The work demands research and dialogue with industry professionals such as the Creative Director and Editor of “Textile View,” Marie Christine Vianney. While the process includes factor analysis and original interviews and research; it is instinctive vision that defines the prediction. Dillon is the primary investigator of new trends and conceptual thinking for the partnership and sets the parameters for the new collection in consultation with the other members.
Citation:
In: Indigo February 2007, Salon International du Dessin et de la Creation Textile, Hall 6, Parc d’Expositions de Paris Nord Villepinte, Paris, France
Issue Date:
2007
URI:
http://hdl.handle.net/2436/34514
Additional Links:
http://www.wlv.ac.uk/Default.aspx?page=16047; http://diversitystudiouk.com/
Type:
Image
Language:
en
Description:
“Indigo” is an invitational event for textile design and the fashion industry; representing 170 design studios with buyers from over 110 countries. Working under the auspices of “Diversity Studio,” Dillon’s primary collaborator is Research Fellow, Patricia Worrall, Liverpool John Moores University. Designs created by Dillon were purchased by: Zibetti, Italy; Sandra Starkman, New York; Lauren Videl, Paris. The designs come to market in Autumn/Winter 2008/09. Participating in “Indigo” since 2002, the co-authors work with: Donna Karan, New York; Chanel, Paris and Fendi, Italy.
Appears in Collections:
Contemporary Design and Applied Art

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dc.contributor.authorDillon, Patricia-
dc.date.accessioned2008-08-06T11:11:23Z-
dc.date.available2008-08-06T11:11:23Z-
dc.date.issued2007-
dc.identifier.citationIn: Indigo February 2007, Salon International du Dessin et de la Creation Textile, Hall 6, Parc d’Expositions de Paris Nord Villepinte, Paris, Franceen
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2436/34514-
dc.description“Indigo” is an invitational event for textile design and the fashion industry; representing 170 design studios with buyers from over 110 countries. Working under the auspices of “Diversity Studio,” Dillon’s primary collaborator is Research Fellow, Patricia Worrall, Liverpool John Moores University. Designs created by Dillon were purchased by: Zibetti, Italy; Sandra Starkman, New York; Lauren Videl, Paris. The designs come to market in Autumn/Winter 2008/09. Participating in “Indigo” since 2002, the co-authors work with: Donna Karan, New York; Chanel, Paris and Fendi, Italy.en
dc.description.abstractThis submission represents an original collection of textile designs derived through textile experimentation. 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 presentation every six months. The work described in this submission delivers:1) Current and emerging trends in Fashion and Textiles.2) Reports on ‘social, technical, economic and political’ issues (STEP factors) that impact upon current practice in fashion and textiles. 3) Original design to inform future markets. The work demands research and dialogue with industry professionals such as the Creative Director and Editor of “Textile View,” Marie Christine Vianney. While the process includes factor analysis and original interviews and research; it is instinctive vision that defines the prediction. Dillon is the primary investigator of new trends and conceptual thinking for the partnership and sets the parameters for the new collection in consultation with the other members.en
dc.language.isoenen
dc.relation.urlhttp://www.wlv.ac.uk/Default.aspx?page=16047en
dc.relation.urlhttp://diversitystudiouk.com/en
dc.titleDiversity Studio Collection: Autumn/Winter 2008/09en
dc.title.alternativeIndigo February 2007en
dc.typeImageen
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