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1 31 Chapter 31 Section 31.1 Fashion and Design Basics Section 31.2
Design Your Look Chapter 31 Section 31.1 Fashion and Design Basics Section 31.2 Your Fashion Statement 1

2 Section 31.1 Fashion and Design Basics
The fashion industry and fashion designers have a strong influence on our lives. The elements and principles of design make it possible to create a countless variety of looks. 2

3 Content Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary fashion style target market
status symbol illusion silhouette emphasis proportion hue value shade tine intensity anonymous dictate

4 Fashion Influences Fashion is design characteristics that are popular at a particular time. Style is a distinctive form of a clothing item. Fashion designers come up with ideas for clothing designs and styles fashion Design characteristics that are popular at a particular point in time. style A distinctive form of a clothing item. 4

5 Fashion Influences All fashion designers pay attention to the group of consumers to whom a company is trying to appeal to. 5

6 Fashion Influences Designers and their companies fall into the following segments: textile companies, apparel manufacturers, fashion merchandisers, fashion promoters. For many consumers, designer clothing is a status system, a sign of high position. 6

7 Fashion Influences All fashion designers pay attention to the group of consumers to whom a company is trying to appeal to. Designers and their companies fall into the following segments: textile companies, apparel manufacturers, fashion merchandisers, fashion promoters. For many consumers, designer clothing is a status system, a sign of high position. 7

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11 Understand Design Understanding the elements and principles of design to help you look good. Illusions can minimize or hide less-desirable features. illusion An image that fools the eye. 11

12 Texture is the surface characteristics you see or feel.
Understand Design Clothing shape can be natural, bell, tubular, and full. Texture is the surface characteristics you see or feel. Color is the element people notice first. 12

13 Understand Design Artistic guidelines that are the principles of design are emphasis, proportion, balance, and rhythm. emphasis The technique of drawing attention to a specific area. proportion The relationship in size of one part of a design to another part and to the whole. 13

14 The components of color are hue, value, shade, tint, and intensity.
Understand Color The components of color are hue, value, shade, tint, and intensity. hue A specific color that can be identified by name, such as green or red value The lightness or darkness of a hue. 14

15 The components of color are hue, value, shade, tint, and intensity.
Understand Color The components of color are hue, value, shade, tint, and intensity. shade A darker color value. intensity The brightness or dullness of a color. shade A darker color value. 15

16 Effects of colors can be illusion of height, health, and slimming.
Understand Color The color wheel shows the relationships between primary, secondary, and intermediate colors. Effects of colors can be illusion of height, health, and slimming. 16

17 Section 31.2 Your Fashion Statement
Clothing fulfills many functions in our lives. There are simple ways to evaluate your wardrobe and expand it. 17

18 Content Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary dress code wardrobe
clothing inventory customary prohibit

19 The Impact of Clothing Clothing fulfills many functions in our lives.
Clothing offers comfort and protection. Clothing reflects our values, mood, and status. Most people consider expectations about clothing that depend on various factors, such as society’s standards, culture, mood, and peers. 19

20 Clothing Essentials Families must manage their clothing budget carefully. Some people require clothing with special features for their comfort and convenience. 20

21 Evaluate Your Wardrobe
A person’s wardrobe is his or her personal collection of clothes. Evaluate your wardrobe based on your needs and wants. Take a clothing inventory by making an organized list: description, evaluation, action wardrobe Personal collection of clothes. clothing inventory An organized list of the garments you own. 21

22 Evaluate Your Wardrobe
When you find gaps in your wardrobe, use resources such as new combinations, accessories, redesigning, sewing, trading, and renting to expand it. When purchasing new clothes, set priorities and look for flexibility in clothes. 22

23 Chapter Summary Section 31.1
Fashion and Design Basics Working with designers, the fashion industry has a strong influence on consumers, both individually and as a group. The elements of fashion design include line, shape, space, texture, and color.

24 Chapter Summary Section 31.1
Fashion and Design Basics The principles of design include emphasis, proportion, balance, harmony, and rhythm. The color wheel can help you understand color and choose pleasing and flattering color combinations.

25 Chapter Summary Section 31.2
Your Fashion Statement You may choose clothes for comfort and protection, to express yourself, or to meet the expectations of others. Families must adjust to meet changing clothing needs.

26 Chapter Summary Section 31.2
Your Fashion Statement A clothing inventory can help you evaluate how well your current wardrobe meets your needs and wants. Look for ways to recycle garments that you no longer want. Buying new clothes is not the only way to expand your wardrobe.

27 Review Do you remember the vocabulary terms from this chapter? Use the following slides to check your knowledge of the definitions. The slides in this section include both English and Spanish terms and definitions. Start

28 fashion moda Design characteristics that are popular at a particular point in time. Características de diseño que son populares en un momento particular. Show Definition

29 style estilo A distinctive form of a clothing item.
Una forma distintiva de una prenda de vestir. Show Definition

30 target market mercado objetivo
A group of consumers to whom a company is trying to appeal with its products. Grupo de consumidores a los que una compañía trata de atraer a sus productos. Show Definition

31 símbolo de estatus (símbolo de prestigio) status symbol
A sign of social position or rank. Un signo de posición social o rango. Show Definition

32 illusion ilusión An image that fools the eye.
Una imagen que engaña al ojo. Show Definition

33 silhouette silueta The shape or form created when lines are combined.
La forma que se crea cuando se combinan líneas. Show Definition

34 emphasis énfasis The technique of drawing attention to a specific area. Técnica de llamar la atención a un área específica. Show Definition

35 proportion proporción
The relationship in size of one part of a design to another part and to the whole. La relación en tamaño de una parte del diseño a otra parte y al todo. Show Definition

36 hue tonalidad A specific color that can be identified by name, such as green or red Un color específico, tal como el verde o el rojo, que se puede identificar por el nombre Show Definition

37 value valor The lightness or darkness of a hue.
La claridad u oscuridad de un tono. Show Definition

38 shade sombra A darker color value. Un valor de color más oscuro.
Show Definition

39 tint matiz A lighter color value. Un valor de color más claro.
Show Definition

40 intensity intensidad The brightness or dullness of a color.
La cantidad de brillo de un color. Show Definition

41 dress code código de vestir
A set of rules describing required or appropriate clothing. Un grupo de reglas que describen la ropa requerida o apropiada. Show Definition

42 wardrobe vestuario Personal collection of clothes.
Colección personal de ropa. Show Definition

43 clothing inventory inventario de ropa
An organized list of the garments you own. Una lista organizada de la ropa que te pertenece. Show Definition

44 anonymous anónimo Unidentified. No identificado. Show Definition

45 dictate dictar Determine. Determinar. Show Definition

46 customary habitual Traditional or usual. Tradicional o típico.
Show Definition

47 prohibit prohibir Ban or disallow. Proscribir o vetar. Show Definition

48 The Amazing World of Food
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