EASY PLAN IN COMPUTER DESIGN OF CHILDREN’S JEANS

  • Sladjana Antic
  • Ana Ilic
  • Suzana Djordjevic
  • Emilija Djikic Jovanovic
  • Miodrag Smelcerovic
Keywords: fashion, clothes, cut parts, CAD system

Abstract

Throughout the history of civilization fashion styles have been influenced by various factors, thus the clothes have changed not only their form but also design, types of fabrics used, technology and production procedures .Modern forms inspired by various cultures and innovative smart textiles present a complex task for designers who have to design both functional and modern clothes and to choose an appropriate production method. Today’s clothes are more than ever adapted to human body, and modern way of living is an important factor in their design. It is common knowledge that when it comes to fashion, jeans are always up-to-date, at least for younger generations who are easily influenced by other people’s fashion styles derived from Levi’s 501. Clothing is a form of communication. Clothing shows attitude, character, mood, identification, profession, social status etc. Clothing is a more comprehensive concept than fashion. It emphasizes functional aspect, while fashion emphasizes esthetical, social and economic factor. Clothes can be an expression of art, design or a form of fashion expression, however everyone wants to feel comfortable in the clothes they wear. The process of designing, constructing and confectioning clothes is a complex one, since it demands transforming two-dimensional textile surfaces into appropriate three-dimensional items of clothes. Multitude of textile surfaces defining parameters, fast changes of fashion trends, as well as small production series, determine clothing items production ways . The need to promptly react to changes in fashion trends and to be competitive compel clothes producers to use computers in all designing and production segments.
The paper presents the process of planning and optimization of the process of tailoring – Easy Plan for 131 items of female children’s jeans, formation of cut images for them in five sizes in two jeans colours ( navy blue and white ). For the basic cut construction the measures from the SRPS EN 13402- 3 standard were used, sizes 12-146. For computer jeans design the data were used from the work order, while the Easy Plan markers drawing was done by using the licensed CAD system AccuMark V-10.4 by Gerber Technology company. Working in this programme was based on the sketch of children’s jeans in the following order: formation of the work station, formation of neccessary files, construction of the basic cut of children’s jeans, separation of cut parts, grading, modelling, completing, cut parts systematization, formation of Model files, Easy Plan and marker making.

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Published
2019-03-20
How to Cite
Antic, S., Ilic, A., Djordjevic, S., Djikic Jovanovic, E., & Smelcerovic, M. (2019). EASY PLAN IN COMPUTER DESIGN OF CHILDREN’S JEANS. Knowledge International Journal, 30(3), 669 - 675. https://doi.org/10.35120/kij3003669a