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The body within the clothes (2019)

Julia Valle-Noronha

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Observing dress practices as a field of research is a recent phenomena in exponential growth in which the voice of the designer is often left aside. Aware of this gap, this study dives into the experience of dressing and wearing in search for understanding the ways in which the body materiality is involved in the designer’s creative processes. It explores this inquiry through two path-dependent projects investigated as case studies, namely Dress(v.) and Wear\Wear. The projects make use of auto-ethnographic notations about my personal routine of dressing and wearing to inform the creation of flat patterns for clothes via creative pattern cutting method. Adopting of practice-led research stream via a phenomenological approach to data, the interpretation leads to a further understanding on how the designer’s subjective body is manifest in the design processes and outcomes. The work contributes to the design community by presenting ways in which research methods can inspire design methods, investigated from a practitioner viewpoint. It concludes with suggestions for future collaborations between academic research and design practice in the context of fashion design. Note to the reader: This exposition is a reworked version of the paper "The Body within the Clothes: A case study on clothing design practice from a practitioner viewpoint" presented at the Art of Research 2017 Conference".
typeresearch exposition
keywordsfashion practice, creative pattern cutting, practice-led research, fashion design, autoethnography
date03/02/2019
published14/06/2019
last modified14/06/2019
statuspublished
affiliationAalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/410902/410903
doihttps://doi.org/10.22501/ruu.410902
published inRuukku Studies in Artistic Research
portal issue10.

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