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Volume 9, Issue 3
  • ISSN: 2050-0726
  • E-ISSN: 2050-0734

Abstract

The article is devoted to the actual problem in design projection of children’s choreographic costumes based on a bionic creative source. The analysis aimed to identify the scope of use of vegetables as a creative source for the production of fashion collections. It has been found that designers use vegetables for making clothes, for sketching the models of clothes, as well as a source of inspiration for form, decoration and colour choices. A figurative and stylistic analysis of bionic creative sources and the transformation of plant images into stage costumes for a children’s dance show was carried out in order to come up with models of stage costumes. During the process of costume design, the following principles were adopted: imitation of the bioform in separate elements of the costume, analogousness of silhouette solutions to natural bioforms, bionic design projection with the identification of functionality, and figurative and associative expressiveness of the costume. As a final step, the scenario of performance, as well as the requirements of the children and the creative source were considered when designing a collection of children’s stage costumes.

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