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The Resource Ethnic Fashion

Ethnic Fashion

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Ethnic Fashion
Title
Ethnic Fashion
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eng
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non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Environmental Footprints and Eco-Design of Products and Processes Ser
Ethnic Fashion
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Ethnic Fashion
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Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface -- Contents -- Sustainable Luxury Fashion: A Vehicle for Salvaging and Revaluing Indigenous Culture -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Methodology -- 3 Luxury, Luxury Fashion, and Sustainable Development -- 4 Overview of Fashion and Culture -- 5 Emerging Davids and Established Goliaths-Incorporation of Indigenous Cultures in Sustainable Luxury Fashion -- 6 Conclusions -- References -- Fashion(s) from the Northwest Coast: Nuu-chah-nulth Design Iterations -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Contextualizing Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations -- 3 Theorizing Indigenous Fashion: Phenomenology, Place, and Change -- 3.1 Phenomenological Interpretations -- 3.2 Phenomenology and Symbolic Interaction -- 3.3 Fashion, Colonialism and Regulation of the Body -- 3.4 Dialectical Fashion and Symbolic Interaction -- 4 Nuu-chah-nulth Fashions in the Contemporary Context -- 4.1 Lena Jumbo (Ahousaht) -- 4.2 Chuuchkamalthnii (Ki-ke-inRon Hamilton-Hupacasath) -- 4.3 Joe David (Tla-o-qui-ahtHupacasath) -- 4.4 Tim Paul (Hesquiaht) -- 4.5 Julie Joseph (Ditidaht) -- 4.6 Paul Sam (Ahousaht) -- 4.7 Yahmiss-Jolleen Dick (Hupacasath) -- 4.8 Tl'aakwaa Huupalth-Carmen Thompson (DitidahtKyuquot) -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Korean Traditional Fashion Inspires the Global Runway -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Background -- 1.2 The Purpose of Study -- 1.3 Methodology -- 1.4 Significance of the Study -- 2 Aboriginal Fashion -- 2.1 Definition of Aboriginal Fashion -- 2.2 Aboriginal Fashion Style -- 2.3 Korean Aboriginal Fashion -- 2.3.1 Historical Footnotes of Korean Aboriginal Fashion -- 2.3.2 National Identity of Korean Aboriginal Fashion -- Hanbok -- Symbols -- Colors (Obangsaek) -- Hangul -- 2.4 Korean Aboriginal Fashion and Sustainability -- 2.4.1 Using Natural Materials -- Hanji Fabric (Paper Mulberry) -- Hansan-Mosi (Ramie) -- Moo-Myung (Cotton) -- Myung-Ju (Silk)
  • Chun-Po (Union Cloth of Silk and Ramie) -- Sam-Be (Hemp) -- 2.4.2 Adopting Natural Dyeing Methods -- Natural Dyeing -- Natural Indigo Dyeing -- Korean Ink Dyeing -- Persimmon Dyeing -- Safflower Dyeing -- Natural DTP (Digital Textile Printing) -- 2.4.3 Applying Design Techniques -- Nubi -- Bojagi (Jogakbo) -- 3 Korean Aboriginal Fashion on Global Runways -- 3.1 Sustainable Movement of Global Luxury Brands -- 3.2 Korean Aboriginal Fashion on Global Runways -- 3.2.1 Branded Fashion Companies -- LIE SANGBONG -- Troa -- Isae -- 3.2.2 Art Institutions -- 3.2.3 The Artisan -- 4 Limitations and Solutions of Korean Aboriginal Fashion -- 5 Future of Korean Aboriginal Fashion in the Global Fashion Industry -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- Sustainability and Cultural Identity of the Fashion Product -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- References -- Badaga Ethnic (Aboriginal) Fashion as a Local Strength -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Research Reports -- 3 Characteristics of Badagas -- 4 Conclusion -- References -- Ethnic Styles and Their Local Strengths -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Evolution of Ethnic Styles -- 2.1 Review of Ethnic Dresses Throughout the World -- 2.1.1 Asia and Pacific -- 2.1.2 Africa -- 2.1.3 Latin and Central America -- 2.1.4 North America -- 2.1.5 Europe -- 2.1.6 Meanings of Ethnic Dress -- 2.1.7 Effect of Acculturation -- 2.1.8 Sustainability of Coloring Techniques -- 2.1.9 Artisanality of Ethnic Dress -- 2.1.10 Innovations Using Ethnic Craft Skills -- 2.2 Scope of Ethnic Costumes for the Next Generation -- 2.2.1 Fashion Systems Model -- 2.2.2 Generation Z -- 2.2.3 Scope of Ethnic Dress -- 3 Conclusion -- References -- Continued Change in Geringsing Weaving in Tenganan, Bali -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Traditional Textiles Using Resist Dye Techniques -- 2 Imaging Ikat -- 2.1 Ikat Background and Analysis
  • 2.1.1 Classification of Ikats -- 2.2 Weaving Ikats -- 2.3 Tying Ikat Yarns -- 3 On the Ikat Interstate -- 3.1 Asia, Indonesia, and Tenganan Pegeringsingan -- 4 Tenganan Pegeringsingan -- 4.1 Village Background -- 4.2 Ritual Dress and Sacred Ceremonies -- 5 Conclusions -- References
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