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Innovation on Design and Culture
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Open Access Research Paper
 IDC 2023/6
Vol.2, Iss.2 : 1-14
https://doi.org/10.35745/idc2023v02.02.0001

Research on the Design of Innovative Acrylic Fashion Accessories Using Aluminum Wire Technology Combined with Glue Dispensing Technology


Chin Liu1 and Being-Cheng Chen1*


1Department of Fashion Design, Tainan University of Technology, Tainan City 710302, Taiwan


Abstract:
We integrated the design of acrylic fashion accessorized by combining aluminum wire technology with the application of glue technology to introduce iron window grille elements for the integration of culture and fashion. First, the relevant theories were discussed through a literature review, and then experimental sample pattern-making and fabric production were created. The results were integrated with theory. The research results showed that it was feasible to combine aluminum wire techniques with ultraviolet (UV) glue to create acrylic designs for fashion accessories that displayed avant-garde fashion, fashion-style aesthetic designs, and unique visual symbol designs. Each design was transformed into the shape of iron window grilles to deliver the meaning of reunion, peace, and promotion. The more local the design was, the more fashionable and international it became. With material characteristics, epoxy and acrylic materials were used to reveal the texture of stained glass which enhanced the visual beauty of fashion accessories through light and shadow exposure and color rendering.

Keywords:  Aluminum wire, UV glue, Acrylic, Fashion accessories, Design

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Received:May 05, 2023; Revised:June 05, 2023; Accepted:June 16, 2023; Published:June 30, 2023
*Corresponding author; e-mail: tp0013@mail.tut.edu.tw


Citation:Liu, C., & Chen, B.C.(2023). Research on the Design of Innovative Acrylic Fashion Accessories Using Aluminum Wire Technology Combined with Glue Dispensing Technology. Innovation on Design and Culture, 2(2), 1-14. https://doi.org/10.35745/idc2023v02.02.0001

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