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A Conceptual Framework for Apparel Design

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To encourage students to think of designing garments for special needs as part of a general designframework, a problem-solving approach that does not distinguish between functional apparel design and fashion design is presented. A model for assessing user needs and wants incorporates functional, expressive, and aesthetic (FEA) considerations. Examples of how the, framework has been used in design projects are presented Suggested uses for the FEA model are offered.

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1 We are indebted to an anonymous reviewer who suggested the classic Why Is a Dress? (Hawes, 1942) as an example for the idea of cultural ideals of beauty changing over time.

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Jane M. Lamb
Textiles, Design and Consumer Economics Department,University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716
M. Jo Kallal
Textiles, Design and Consumer Economics Department,University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716

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