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School: Kent State University
Department: Fashion
Course: Fashion Fundamentals
Professor: Gargi Bhaduri
Term: Fall 2018
Tags: Fashion
Name: Final exam study guide
Description: Whats on the final exam
Uploaded: 12/11/2018
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background image Fashion Fundamentals
Final Exam Study Guide
Fall 2018
Dr. Copeland
Definitions
Design-
 the creation of a garment, Merchandising-  getting merchandise to stock the stores, the activity of  promoting the sale of goods, especially by their presentation in retail outlets. Marketing-  promotes fashion and generates interest in new styles and  products, help set trends Neuro-marketing-  study of how the brain reacts the marketing stimuli Specialized Retailer-  offer limited lines of related merchandise targeted to a  more specific customer. Define their customers by age, size, or shared 
tastes. 
General Merchandise Retailer-  retailers that sell many kinds of merchandise  in addition to clothing. Try to appeal to a broad range of customers. General 
merchandisers, several price ranges.
Department Store-  general retailer most familiar to the buying public.  Prestigious and can be a certain landmark.  Off-price- selling of brand name and designer merchandise at lower than  normal retail prices when they are at the late rise or early peak in the fashion
cycle (*regular discounters sell merchandise in the late peak and decline 
stages of fashion cycle)
Discount-  any retail operation that sells goods at less than full retail prices Factory Outlet-  discount operation run by a manufacturer (perhaps by a  designer). Provide manufacturers and designers with a backup channel of 
distribution, which imporves inventory control. 
Direct Selling-  2017 a $34.9-billion-dollar industry (U.S.)- people who  merchandise from a larger firm and distribute it by selling it to customers in 
their territory.
Catalog-  mail order retailing, 1980’s Magalogs-  catalogs that have editorial content, not just advertising TV home shopping-  HSN , 1970’s Internet-  $2.489 trillion worldwide in 2018 Visual Merchandising-  silent selling technique that helps to reduce the  employee mix and increase per square feet returns and can further helps in 
reducing marketing budgets. The activity and profession consists of 
developing the floor plans and three-dimensional displays in order to 
maximize sales. 
Body Scanning-  3-D measurement data for better fit Mass Customization- tailor the product to fit one particular customer (not one  size fits all) Computer Aided design-  test 3-D contouring color, fabrics, folds, creases,  textures- pattern 
background image Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM)-  also linked to CAD and provide  information internationally, programmable sewing machines, patternmaking 
machines, cutting machines
Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)-  linked to CAD, provide information to international suppliers or retailers, linked to other computers so that it can
direct the entire production process i.e. design, sourcing, sample making, 
shipping etc. 
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)-  linked with CAM and CIM to provide  seamless process of manufacturing Quality Assurance (QA)-  ensures the product is meeting the standards  established for it, inspection Universal Product Code (UPC)-  bar codes used for automatic identification of  items scanned at retail cash registers Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)-  electronic tags that store data used for tracking products, cartons, containers, individual items as they move through
the supply chain
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)-  exchange of machine readable data in  standard formats linking computers from one company to another i.e. 
purchase orders packing slips, invoices, shipping documents etc. 
Imports - Goods coming into the country to be sold Exports - Goods made in the country going out to be sold in another country Domestic Trade-  exchange of goods, services or both within the boundaries  of a specified state or country International Trade-  Any exchange of goods involving two or more countries Global Trade-  Includes the potential interactive participation of many groups,  cultures, and nations in the manufacturing and distribution of products Developed Countries - imports exceed exports, i.e. special textiles, smart  clothes Developing Countries-  transition phase, i.e. better-quality apparel, fur,  leather Newly Developing Countries-  agriculture to industry, i.e. import textiles to  produce cheaper apparel, lowest wages Textile Complex-  combination of textile related firms that supply soft goods  to the world population Firm-  any business (corporation, proprietorship, or partnership) Soft good - any product made of textiles or other flexible materials, i.e.  batting, fabrics, apparel, linen, towels upholstery, drapery, fashion 
accessories
Import and Export Trading Companies - develop and manage international  supply chains to assure goods arrive in a timely manner, correct quantity, 
acceptable quality, sustainably
Supply Chain - sequence of business processes in multiple countries using  multiple firms to fulfill demand for products and services Sustainability-  corporate, government, and consumer responsibility to  integrate economic, political, environmental, and cultural dimensions to 
promote cooperation and solidarity among people and generations
background image Politics-  method or tactics involved in managing an organization, business,  state, or government. Sourcing - find out where to get and obtain something from a particular  source Global Sourcing -  sourcing from the global market for goods and services  across geopolitical boundaries.  Manufacturing - make (something) on a large scale using machinery. Cut Make Trim (CMT) Factories - cutting fabric, making garment, providing  trims Trim - labels, hangtags, price tickets, packaging Preproduction-  all product development activities performed before the  garment is approved for production Full-Package Factories-  source, finance all materials and deliver finished  goods in addition to assembling apparel to specs Package Factories-  do not offer product development services (normal  service Factories) Technical Design - must contract with full package vendors Trims - Left over fabric- waste or reused?  Findings - additional components to apparel i.e. zippers, buttons, etc.  Trade Fairs - trade shows designed to get textile and apparel manufacturers  and retailers together to facilitate efficient transfer of ownership of products 
and services
Licensing - extending the value of a brand without actually having to develop  and produce a new product Sustainability - endurance of systems and processes Environmental sustainability - rates of renewable resource harvest, pollution  creation, and non-renewable resource depletion that can be continued 
indefinitely.
Social Responsibility - an ethical framework and suggests that an entity, be it  an organization or individual, has an obligation to act for the benefit of 
society at large. 
Sustainable Design-  philosophy of designing physical objects, the built  environment, and services to comply with the principles of social, economic, 
and ecological sustainability.  
Upcycling - reuse (discarded objects or material) in such a way as to create a  product of a higher quality or value than the original. Counterfeiting -  the act of making an imitation of an original with the intent  of defraud Bootleg Goods-  made by the same manufacturers that make the real one but who are selling some goods to the black market Gray Market Goods-  those that were not intended for sale in the country in  which they are being sold i.e. expensive Swiss watch sold at a low price in 
the US without a valid warranty in the US
Knockoffs-  a copy or imitation, especially of an expensive or designer  product.

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School: Kent State University
Department: Fashion
Course: Fashion Fundamentals
Professor: Gargi Bhaduri
Term: Fall 2018
Tags: Fashion
Name: Final exam study guide
Description: Whats on the final exam
Uploaded: 12/11/2018
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