Utilization of Digital Technology in Designing and Producing Zero Waste Clothes with Sustainability Approach

نوع مقاله : مقاله پژوهشی

نویسندگان

1 استاد گروه طراحی پارچه و لباس، دانشگاه الزهرا (س)

2 کارشناس ارشد طراحی پارچه و لباس، دانشگاه الزهرا (س)

3 دانشجوی دکتری تاریخ هنر، دانشگاه فلورانس ، ایتالیا

10.30473/ee.2020.6924

چکیده

Consumerism is a new phenomenon created in the 21st century that can play a substantial role in the destruction of national resources of any country. Nowadays, concerning the ever-increasing improvement of fashion in the world, consumerism in the field of textiles and clothing is raised more than ever. Considering the wasteful consumption of products may bring about remarkable damages to the environment, presently certain methods such as no waste clothes production with a sustainability approach are under attention and survey. Researches accomplished in this regard resulted in the initiation of methods that are used by designers around the world as leading methods. Since this approach is an unprecedented opinion that is still in the route of extension and expansion, just a few studies have been conducted regarding the results obtained so far from designing zero-waste clothes and the experiences of consumers' awareness of this approach. The present research, regarding its objective, is of applied type based on descriptive-analytical method and procedure. Data collection is achieved by library method, relying on documents, written sources, and the internet. It challenges the discovery of the roots in this being formed field using the point of view proposed by Keith Fletcher. By explaining the experiences of this researcher in holding workshops related to this opinion, the out comings are surveyed. The obtained results confirm the application of various techniques such as digital printing patterns and the use of updated universal technology for the elimination of wastes.

کلیدواژه‌ها


عنوان مقاله [English]

Utilization of Digital Technology in Designing and Producing Zero Waste Clothes with Sustainability Approach

نویسندگان [English]

  • Farideh Talebpour 1
  • Elnaz Goshtasb 2
  • Yasaman Farhangpour 3
1 Professor of Textile Design & Fashion, Alzahra University
2 M.A. in Textile Design & Fashion, Alzahra University
3 Ph.D. Student in History of Art, Florence University, Italy
چکیده [English]

Consumerism is a new phenomenon created in the 21st century that can play a substantial role in the destruction of national resources of any country. Nowadays, concerning the ever-increasing improvement of fashion in the world, consumerism in the field of textiles and clothing is raised more than ever. Considering the wasteful consumption of products may bring about remarkable damages to the environment, presently certain methods such as no waste clothes production with a sustainability approach are under attention and survey. Researches accomplished in this regard resulted in the initiation of methods that are used by designers around the world as leading methods. Since this approach is an unprecedented opinion that is still in the route of extension and expansion, just a few studies have been conducted regarding the results obtained so far from designing zero-waste clothes and the experiences of consumers' awareness of this approach. The present research, regarding its objective, is of applied type based on descriptive-analytical method and procedure. Data collection is achieved by library method, relying on documents, written sources, and the internet. It challenges the discovery of the roots in this being formed field using the point of view proposed by Keith Fletcher. By explaining the experiences of this researcher in holding workshops related to this opinion, the out comings are surveyed. The obtained results confirm the application of various techniques such as digital printing patterns and the use of updated universal technology for the elimination of wastes.

کلیدواژه‌ها [English]

  • Clothes
  • Zero Waste
  • Digital Technology
  • Design and Modeling
  • Consumer
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Manzini, E (1994). “Design, Environment, and Social Quality: From “Existenzminimum” to “Quality Maximum”. in  Design Issues, 10, 37–43.
McQuillan, H., Bailey, J., Archer-Martin, J (2018). “Make/Use: A System for Open Source, User-Modifiable”. Zero Waste Fashion Practice, in Fashion Practice, 1-27.
McQuillan, H., Rissanen, T (2011). “Making Fashion without making waste”. in Yield, 1-85.
Niinimäki, K (2013). “A Renaissance in Material Appreciation: Case Study in Zero Waste Fashion”. in Journal of Textile Design Research Practice, 1, 77–92.
Niinimäki, K., Koskinen, I (2011). “I love this dress, it makes me feel beautiful! Empathic knowledge in sustainable design”. in Design Journal, 14, pp. 165– 186.
Rissanen, T (2005). “From 15% to 0: Investigating the creation of fashion without the creation of fabric waste”. in Creativity: Designer meets Technology Conference, Copenhagen. 1-9
Rissanen, T (2016). Zero-waste fashion design: a study at the intersection of cloth, fashion design, and pattern cutting”. Ph.D. Thesis, Sydney Australia: University of Technology.
Sanders, E.B, Stappers, P.J (2008). “Co-creation and the new landscapes of design”. in Co-Design, 4, 5-18.
Shaker, R.R (2015). “The spatial distribution of development in Europe and its underlying sustainability correlations”. in Applied Geography, 63, 304-314.
Tonkinwise, C (2005). “Is Design Finished? Dematerialization and Changing Things”. in Design Philosophy Papers, 3, 99–117‏
 

    

Abbasi Birgani, M., Abbasi Birgani, E., Farhadi Birgani, M. (2017). “Surveying pollution control strategies in textile industries”. The 3rd Conference on Environmental Engineering. Tehran, Iran. [In Persian]
Arjmand Siahpoush, I. (2016). “Evaluation of Sustainable Urban Development Status in Andimeshk City and Providing an Appropriate Model”. Journal of Iranian Social Development Studies, 8(1), 67-83. [In Persian]
Davari, R., Afhami, R., Ajdari, A. (2012). “Fashion Design in Developing Countries Investigating The role of Participatory Design as an alternative for Fashion Design Methods”. Honar-Ha-Ye-Ziba: Honar-Ha-Ye-Tajassomi, 4(48), 83-93. [In Persian]
Davari, R., Talebpour, F., Dadvar, A., Afhami, R. (2016). “Female students’ awareness toward sustainable purchase consumption of clothing (Case study: Art faculty of Alzahra University)”. Woman in Culture and Art, 8(2), 281-300. [In Persian]
Farbod, F. (2014). “The Aesthetics of Eco Sustainable Approaches in Textile Design”. Honar-Ha-Ye-Ziba: Honar-Ha-Ye-Tajassomi, 19(3), 65-76. [In Persian]
Fletcher, K (2008). Sustainable fashion and textiles”. London: Earthscan Publications Ltd.
Fletcher, K., Toth-Fejel, K (2014). Craft of Use, London, United Kingdom”. 26 March 2014, London School of Fashion, University of the Arts.
Fuad-Luke, A (2009). “Design Activism: beautiful strangeness for a sustainable world”. London: Earthscan Publications Ltd.
Gwilt, A (2019). “Global Perspectives on Sustainable Fashion”. London: Bloomsbury Visual Arts
Holland, B, C, Iten, C (2008). “Flickwerk: The Aesthetics of Mended Japanese Ceramics, United States of America: Cornell University”. New York: Herbert Johnson Museum of Art.
Jensen, L., Allen, M. (1996). “Meta-synthesis of qualitative findings”. in Qualitative Health Research 6(4), 553–560.
Khademi-Vidra, A., Bujdoso, Z. (2020). “Motivations and Attitudes: An Empirical Study on DIY (Do-It-Yourself) Consumers in Hungary”. in Sustainability, 12, 517. 1-19
Kord, B., Jamshidi, M.J (2017). “Supply Chain Management”. Zahedan: University of Sistan and Baluchestan Press. [In Persian]
La Camera, F (2013). “Sustainable Development, in PON Governance and System Actions (FSE)”. 1-17.[In Italian]
Lin, Y., Yujie, W., Lei, H., Yi, W, Huixin, Ch., Yuanyuan, Ch (2017). Pattern Design and Embroidery Based on the Intelligent System”. 2nd International Conference on Electrical, Control and Automation Engineering (ECAE 2017). Advances in Engineering Research, volume 140. 300- 303
Lumsden, J (2010). “A garment for the upper body with a collar and sleeves and buttons down the front: shirts designed through patternmaking”. Masters of Design Thesis, Wellington, Massey University.
Manzini, E (1994). “Design, Environment, and Social Quality: From “Existenzminimum” to “Quality Maximum”. in  Design Issues, 10, 37–43.
McQuillan, H., Bailey, J., Archer-Martin, J (2018). “Make/Use: A System for Open Source, User-Modifiable”. Zero Waste Fashion Practice, in Fashion Practice, 1-27.
McQuillan, H., Rissanen, T (2011). “Making Fashion without making waste”. in Yield, 1-85.
Niinimäki, K (2013). “A Renaissance in Material Appreciation: Case Study in Zero Waste Fashion”. in Journal of Textile Design Research Practice, 1, 77–92.
Niinimäki, K., Koskinen, I (2011). “I love this dress, it makes me feel beautiful! Empathic knowledge in sustainable design”. in Design Journal, 14, pp. 165– 186.
Rissanen, T (2005). “From 15% to 0: Investigating the creation of fashion without the creation of fabric waste”. in Creativity: Designer meets Technology Conference, Copenhagen. 1-9
Rissanen, T (2016). Zero-waste fashion design: a study at the intersection of cloth, fashion design, and pattern cutting”. Ph.D. Thesis, Sydney Australia: University of Technology.
Sanders, E.B, Stappers, P.J (2008). “Co-creation and the new landscapes of design”. in Co-Design, 4, 5-18.
Shaker, R.R (2015). “The spatial distribution of development in Europe and its underlying sustainability correlations”. in Applied Geography, 63, 304-314.
Tonkinwise, C (2005). “Is Design Finished? Dematerialization and Changing Things”. in Design Philosophy Papers, 3, 99–117‏