What Is Fashion Design Thinking

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Firstly, fashion design thinking is a framework for making products aesthetically attractive by adopting new innovative approaches. But I was intrigued by seeing the disparity between conceptual fashion design thinking of designers and its industrial production viability. Questions like what type of fabric is best for what type of printing process and which process is more cost-effective with less limitation, are still some burning issues in the fashion world. Many times fashion designers demand very critical development like reactive printing on polyester-cotton blend fabric or discharge printing on double part dyed cotton-polyester fabric. But unfortunately, considering current technological aspects in Bangladeshi industrial sector,…show more content…
My aim is to develop the easiest way so that conventional process can be merged within digital textile printing and economic additive manufacturing process for synthetic leather production.
Thirdly, due to widespread support and shifting fashion trends towards smart textiles, there is an exponential room for growth and expansion in terms of innovations and development. I always thought about how mass people can easily get access to products like antimicrobial garments and fully functionalized electronic integrated apparels. Clearly, conventional screen printing technique can be used to produce antibacterial coated printing by using silver nanoparticles or to produce integrated electrical features like wearable electronic sensory textiles, energy harvesting photovoltaic textiles, electroluminescent lamps on fabric by conductive ink and polymers. Moreover, both screen printing and inkjet printing technology could be used to deposit the various functional protective coating on textiles to produce different physical properties like water repellent, UV ray absorbent, flame retardant, moisture absorbent textiles. The new branch of technology, 3D printing-additive manufacturing, not only create an opportunity to reduce pollutants but also could be used to produce completely personalized functional garments. And surely there are innovations that keep evolving not only technically but
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