This research is an innovative design attempt to create a single design model that fits many different types of the human body in women by dealing with reversible fabrics with fabric manipulation techniques in light of the application of the concept of optical illusion. The research relied on comparing two innovative types of fabrics using the technique of slashed tuck and 3d origami using cutting patterns, and they were applied to 4 different patterns of the woman’s body, so that 12 designs were produced for each of them, and accordingly a statistical study was conducted to find out the most suitable of these two techniques for each type separately and the best of them in general, which is 3d origami using cutting patterns technique.
Qurashi, Wafaa Abd Elradi
"Fabric manipulation techniques with optical illusion as design solutions for different woman's body types,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 11
, Article 29.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol11/iss3/29