Re-Birth Product Development for Sustainable Apparel Design Practice in a Design Studio Class

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2016-11-08
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Lee, Yoon Kyung
DeLong, Marilyn
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The term "Re-Birth design" , as a sustainable fashion practice, refers to the redesign of stocked products, originally released through the distribution route to be sold to consumers but returned to the headquarters due to lack of use, and subsequently supplemented and redeveloped by designers as new products (Lee & DeLong, 2015). The objectives of this study are for students: (1) to understand the process of fashion product manufacture and analyze issues around the stocked products; (2) to develop rebirth products as a sustainable design practice from stocked products of a fashion company.

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