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Title: 1970年代のオートクチュール縫製技法を観る : ニナ・リッチの実物資料と再現
Other Titles: Observations on 1970's Haute Couture Sewing Techniques : A study of Nina Ricch object data and replica
Authors: 永富, 彰子
寺嶋, 朋子
Keywords: 1970年代
haute couture sewing technique
Nina Ricci
The Costume Museum object data
Issue Date: 28-Feb-2013
Citation: 服飾文化学会誌 6(1) (2013-02) 75-85
Abstract: To understand the intent, construction and sewing methods of haute couture stage costumes, a replica of a Nina Ricci evening dress in the Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum was made. The results are as follows. The simple black dress with a crystal-beaded bust used seven layers, including beaded embroidery. Four types of patterns were required. Twelves bones on the inside provided support. The weight and amount of beads required an embroidery stitching method that kept the silk organdy from puckering. Finishing’s for the bodice, fasteners and hem were predominantly hand sewn. In particular, the blind stitch required skill. Overall, haute couture sewing techniques require not only types of sewing, but appropriate needle and hand control for the design and material.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10457/2196
ISSN: 18835740
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