Fashion Design 2nd period - Chapters 1&7

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Why do manufacturers create many styles and/or many colors of the same style?
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All of the following are part of the design process EXCEPT:
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People who are closest to us have little influence on the way we live our lives and our clothing choices.
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When a cook wears a hair net, which function of clothing is he/she exhibiting?
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The __________ is a designer's workroom where original designs are made.
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People now have multiple shopping options. An example of this is the fact that people can shop at an actual store, online, on tv, or on their phones.
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What kinds of things inspire a designer?
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Clothing choices influenced by your ______ are those based on your beliefs about what is important or worthwhile.
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The designer who is known for his finely tailored men's suits is...
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The father of haute couture is...
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Haute couture began in the United States.
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An example of how rapid communication is influencing fashion worldwide is the fact that people now wear jeans and simple shirts to work.
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A Rolex watch is an example of a status symbol.
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Which of the following statements is true regarding fashion capitals?
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Clothing choices that make you feel attractive and self-confident help you meet needs that are...
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An example of how consumer power influences the marketplace is...
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It is inappropriate to wear black at today's weddings.
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Clothing plays its most physical role in the outdoors under extreme weather conditions.
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The Italian designer who was known for the elegant women's wear and designed costumes, who was shot in 1997 is...
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Many Paris fashion houses closed during World War II, causing the focus of retailers and customers toward American designers.
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If a woman wears a charm bracelet, which function of clothing is she exhibiting?
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The term ____________ refers to high class, exclusive designer clothing that is very expensive.
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To be accepted in the fashion world, all design sketches must always be created by hand and must never be created on the computer using a CAD program.
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A group of clothes designed and produced for a specific season is called a(n)...
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Most garments sold around the world are made in the United States.
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A designer who made fashionable custom-made clothing in the late 1700s was known as...
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Giving legal permission for someone to use your name to promote a product is called ________________.
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Modified, less expensive copies of high-fashion designs are called _________.
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All of the following are major trends influencing clothing EXCEPT:
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Which designer created the "New Look" in 1947-1950?
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Why are celebrities used in advertising clothing?
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People wear clothes only for protection from the weather.
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An example of clothing being worn for identification purposes would be:
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The designer known for creating the "little black dress" is...
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In the 1950s, there was a greater global marketplace for fashion than there is today.
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The world is a global marketplace. An example of this is...
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Couture is the french word for dressmaking.
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These days, people tend to dress more formally than they did fifty years ago.
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To achieve success in the fashion design business, designers must always create haute-couture gowns.
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Fashion shows held in January highlight the winter clothing collections.
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To be successful, fashion designers must have an understanding of all of the following EXCEPT:
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Today's fashions change slowly as designers find more inspiration in existing clothing styles.
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Teen wearing similar styles of jeans in the United States and in Japan is an example of being influenced by:
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Haute couture and ready-to-wear may sometimes look similar, but will have substantially different price tags.
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A croquis is an important part of the fashion design process.