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Fashion Show Background VocabularyChapter 2
Apparel Mart Wholesale centers located in major cities throughout the United States leasing space to manufacturers
Bridge Less expensive alternative to designer fashions
Consumer Show Show presented to the consumer
Contemporary Fashion forward apparel category at a price-point between bridge and budget
Cooperative Fashion ShowRetailer and manufacturer show in which both parties share expenses
Designer Creator of original apparel designs and the ready-to-wear apparel category with the highest price-points
Fashion Trend Show Show produced to introduce consumers to latest trends in silhouettes, fabrics, colors, and themes of new seasonal merchandise
Fashion Week Designated time when many designer collections are brought together and shown as a series of fashion shows
Formal Runway Show Conventional presentation of fashion similar to a parade, featuring a series of models who walk or dance on a runway in a sequential manner
Haute Couture French high fashion industry featuring clothing produced from a client’s made-to-order measurements
Informal Fashion Show Casual presentation of garments and accessories
In-Store Training Fashion ShowFashion show presented to train store personnel coinciding with fashion trend shows
Junior Styles appropriate to the younger figure
Magazine Tie-In Show Cooperative fashion shows between major fashion publications and individual retailers
Mannequin Modeling Modeling in a store window or on a display platform by live models who strike similar poses to the stationary display props for which they have been named
Market Calendar Published dates of trade shows known as market weeks
Market Week Time designated for producers of a specific category of merchandise to open sales on the season’s new styles
Missy Conservative looks available at better, moderate, or budget price points
Press Show Fashion show held specifically for the press to preview the fashions before public viewing
Production Show Most dramatic or theatrical production type, may also be called a dramatized or spectacular show
Ready-to-Wear Mass-produced fashion
Special Interest Show Show presented to consumers that have special affinity with each other or a unique vocation
Specialty Market Show Shows geared to a specific, narrowly defined group of consumers
Tea-Room Modeling Informal fashion show presented in a restaurant where models walk from table to table displaying garments
Trade Any activity aimed at distribution of fashion and related products within the industry
Trade Association Groups of individuals and businesses acting as a professional, nonprofit collective in meeting common interests
Trade Fair International trade shows
Trade Show Group of manufacturers presenting their lines to retailers and press one to four times each year
Trunk Show Informal fashion show that features garments from one manufacturer or designer at a retail store
The Background Chapter 2.
Major U. S. Fashion Centers
Bell Ringer. Bell Ringer Answer Agenda Learning Targets Explain the types of fashion designers. Name the steps of the fashion design process.
Garment Any major article of clothing Apparel General term that includes men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing Accessories Articles such as belts,
Part 6: Fashion Promotion
Chapter 12 Wholesale Marketing and Distribution. Fashion From Concept to Consumer, 8/e© 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. Gini Frings Upper Saddle River, New.
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Chapter 7: Designing Fashion
Review Questions Part Identify major fashion centers, types of designers, and price market categories.
Substance of the Fashion Industry
Chapter 7 Designing Fashion The Design Process Making Fashion.
A DVANCED F ASHION : S TANDARD 10: F ASHION SHOW P RODUCTION Created by: Kris Caldwell, Timpanogos High School.
2.04 Identify major fashion centers, types of designers, and price market categories.
Fashion & The Fashion Industry
Review for Final Exam. Chapter 1 – What is Fashion? Design Elements: color, line, shape, textures Fashion Products: Clothing, Accessories, Home furnishings.
Chapter 2 FASHION By Mary Wolfe
Market Categories Fashion design is grouped by categories to suggest price point, aesthetic and target audience. fashion designers need to understand.
PRICE MARKET CATEGORIES OF APPAREL FASHION MERCHANDISING 2012.
Bell Ringer Jill estimated she would spend $50 a month on clothing. However, at the end of the year she discovered she actually spent $711 on clothing.
Fashion Marketing and Merchandising. Product Planning Even fashion must be thought out and planned. New items are discussed and trends analyzed to determine.
Design and Buying Centers
Chapter 15 Retail Fashion Marketing. Fashion From Concept to Consumer, 8/e© 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. Gini Frings Upper Saddle River, New Jersey
International Apparel Markets Obj Understand Buyers Markets.
Patternmaking Patternmaking the process of transforming the design into the appropriate pieces needed to product an apparel item. – The patternmaker.
Ch. 8 The Fashion Industry Objectives: After completing this lesson, you should be able to – List ways that fibers and fabrics are used other than in clothing.
The Design Process Chapter 7.
Careers in the Apparel & Textile Industry. Designed Delivered Sold 0 Youtube Youtube 0 1 st time just watch 0 2 nd time take notes on what stand out to.
Domestic Market Centers for Fashion MKT-FMRE-8 Understand the concepts and processes needed to obtain, develop, maintain, and improve a product mix in.
Buying Centers. Buying Center A buying center is a central district in a city where fashion businesses sell products to retail buyers What is the importance.
Today we are: ◦ Learning Fashion Terms ◦ Video on history of fashion.
Ch. 5 Promotion Promotion refers to the endorsement 推薦 of a person, a product, a cause, an idea, or an organization.
Domestic Apparel Markets 4.02 Understand Buyer’s Market.
WHAT’S NEW TRENDSTOP IS UPDATED WITH A DAILY DOSE OF BRAND NEW TRENDS, PICTURES & IDEAS!
Fashion Design Marion County High School Jessica Kondik, Instructor.
Fashion- Unit 1 Test Review. article of clothing such as coat, suit or sweater Style of 1990s started by youth culture of Pacific NW: messy, uncombed,
FASHION M A RKETING. MARKET: A place where transaction takes place. MARKETING: Process of physical movement of goods from the place of production to the.
Visual Merchandising Portfolio Natalie Neal. Trainers: Amber Chiles, Jordan Couture, Elizabeth George, & Natalie Neal.
Fashion Forecasting. Know your Customer!! Government sources of information Business publications Resident buying offices Non-competing stores Vendors.
Trends in Fashion!. Fashion Terms Apparel- all clothing Garment- an article of clothing ▫garment parts- sleeves cuffs Silhouette-shape of clothing.
Chapter 7 Fashion Designers Fashion Merchandising II.
Unit 6.00 Understand the promotion of a fashion image.
Fashion Merchandising A
The Fundamentals of Fashion
McGraw-Hill © 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Fashion Terminology and the Merchandising Process Chapter Two Core Concepts in.
Careers In the Apparel & Fashion Industry Textiles, Manufacturing, Sales, Merchandising, Management, Design & Retail.
Apparel Design Careers & Textile Careers Apparel 1 Obj
Frings: Fashion From Concept to Consumer, 9 th ed. © 2008 Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ All Rights Reserved.
Smart Start What is the difference between fashion/commodity/seasonal products?
FASHION TH AND 8 TH GRADE MRS. OLIVER Careers in the Fashion Industry.
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