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A Fashion Designer Conceives Garment Combinations of Line, Proportion, Color, and Texture

 While sewing and pattern-making skills are beneficial, they are not a pre-requisite of successful fashion design.

Most fashion designers are formally trained or apprenticed.
A technical designer works with the design team and the factories overseas to ensure correct garment construction, appropriate fabric choices and a good fit.
The technical embroidery digitizing designer fits the garment samples on a fit model, and decides which fit and construction changes to make before mass-producing the garment.
A pattern maker (or pattern cutter) drafts the shapes and sizes of a garment's pieces.
This may be done manually with paper and measuring tools or by using a CAD computer software program.
Another method is to drape fabric directly onto a dress form.
The resulting digitizing pattern pieces can be constructed to produce the intended design of the garment and required size.
Formal training is usually required for working as a pattern marker.
A tailor makes custom designed garments made to the client's measure; especially suits (coat and trousers, jacket and skirt, et cetera).
Tailors usually undergo an apprenticeship or other formal training.
Quipucamayocs (Quechua khipu kamayuq, "khipu-authority"), the accountants ofTawantinsuyu, created and deciphered the quipu knots.
Quipucamayocs could carry out basic arithmetic operations, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
They kept track of mita, a form of taxation.
The quipucamayocs also tracked the type of labor being performed, maintained a record of economic output, and ran a census that counted everyone from infants to "old blind men over 80".
The system was also used to keep track of the calendar.
According to Guaman Poma, quipucamayocs could "read" the quipus with their eyes closed.
Textiles should be stored in darkness, and exhibited in dim light with UV filtration.
To avoid acid-migration, textiles should not come into contact with wood or cardboard. 
Acid-free tissue or muslin are often used to shield textiles from harmful lignins.

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