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    • Eye tracking to establish a hierarchy of attention with an online fashion video

      Payne, Ryan (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Engaging customers online is fast becoming a focus for entrepreneurs, researchers and marketers as it offers a platform with a lower barrier of entry and is heavily utilized among the tech savvy millennial generation (aged ...
    • Shifting ideas of time and place in fashion

      Palomo-Lovinski, Noël; Faerm, Steven (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      This paper examines how shifting contemporary conceptions of time and place affect the current practices of the fashion industry. The Internet as a reporting tool, coupled with remarkably accelerated production cycles, has ...
    • The fashion system and the ephemeral: ballet and costume

      O’Brien, Caroline (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      This paper interrogates the theory that dress is synonymous with the identity of the ballerina. Rooted in the seventeenth century French court, classical ballet is perhaps our last vestige of aristocratic manners and ...
    • MakeUse V2: digital textile technology for user modifiable zero waste fashion

      McQuillan, Holly (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      The evolving discourse on zero waste fashion design addresses justifications and approaches for designing and making these garments in ways that attempt to fit within the existing structure of fashion education and industry. ...
    • Triangles in silk: piecing together a practice of upcycling

      McCorkill, Georgia (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Sustainable fashion design is typically approached through the deployment of a combination of design strategies. One such strategy that enjoys popular use in the sustainable fashion lexicon is ‘‘upcycling”. Upcycling, an ...
    • Transformation: the conjunction of crafted process and the brain as memory repository

      Little, Marlene (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Acknowledging Otto Von Busch’s work, “Shapeshifting can be considered a capacity or potential of sentient beings, a capability of organisms to auto-transformations, as responsive agency to their settings.” Fusing textiles ...
    • The transformative cuts: new foundations in pattern cutting and approximations of the body

      Lindqvist, Rickard (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Fashion designers are presented with a range of different principles for pattern cutting, and interest in this area has grown rapidly over the past few years, due to both the publication of a number of works dealing with ...
    • Using social media as a toolkit for co-creation when designing fashion with communities

      Lapolla, Kendra (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      This research introduces a transformational strategy for using social media as an access point to engage a wider community in the co-creation of fashion design. Past research in co-creative fashion has examined participatory ...
    • Designing a two-phase glow-in-the-dark pattern on textiles

      Kooroshnia, Marjan (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Although many research projects have explored ways of creating light- emitting fabric displays using LEDs, electro-luminescent wires, and optical fibres, fewer research projects have investigated ways of designing ...
    • Transformative textiles: integrating material and information in the design of sonified textiles

      Alexander, Charlotte (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Digital technologies are now deeply embedded in our everyday lives, becoming seamlessly integrated with objects and materials that we engage with routinely. Digital information is no longer confined to screens as “painted ...