Development of Patterns and Clothing Prototypes for Navy Women's Dress Uniforms
Final rept. Aug 1989-Jan 1991
EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE FASHION INDUSTRIES NEW YORK
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Multifaceted analyses of the dimensions, components, and manufacturing technologies were conducted on the five U.S. Navy womens dress uniform parts in order to create new patterns and garment prototypes using recently developed anthropometric data. Inherent in these efforts were the needs to improve the fit of these uniforms components, modify the construction to permit easier and less costly alterations when necessary, and make the garments capable of being mass produced by advanced technology methods. All of these objectives were accomplished without changing the current design or appearance of the clothing.
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