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Beyond Design by
Call Number: LIB USE ONLY
Publication Date: 2007-08-06
Location: Purdy-Kresge Library Reference
Fashion Entrepreneurship by
Call Number: HF 5429 .G675 2012
Publication Date: 2011-08-31
Location: Undergraduate Library
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Books on Fashion: Library of Congress Classification
Wayne State University Libraries have many books relevant to the study of Fashion Design and Merchandising. Much of the book collection is located in Purdy Kresge Library. Fashion is interdisciplinary and books fall under many different Library of Congress call numbers.
Library of Congress Call Numbers for Fashion
Fashion Design and Designers
Comes under Class T: TECHNOLOGY: TT 490-695 Clothing manufacture. Dressmaking. Tailoring
Comes under Class H: Social Sciences
Subclass HD: Industries. Land Use. Labor: HD 9720-9975 Manufacturing Industries
Fashion is interdisciplinary
G Geography, Anthropology, Recreation
GT Manners and customs
H Social Sciences
HD Industries. Land Use. Labor
P Language and Literature
PN Literature (for Theatre, Film, etc. representation and costume)
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Anthropology (including feminism)
Gender and Women’s studies
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Modeling and Simulating Bodies and Garments by
Publication Date: 2012
"The book presents all aspects of body and garment modeling for animated virtual humans. It describes how we can define fast and precise human body shapes, either from input dimensions or from body scans, how we can use predefined motions and retarget them, how we can easily create 3D garments from 2D patterns and animate them, and how we can retarget interactively various garment sizes while giving new body dimensions..."