Presentation Title

Riding in Petrichor

Faculty Mentor

Jiangning Che

Start Date

23-11-2019 10:00 AM

End Date

23-11-2019 10:45 AM

Location

23

Session

poster 3

Type of Presentation

Poster

Subject Area

behavioral_social_sciences

Abstract

Riding in Petrichor is a transitional outdoor activity collection aimed towards youth female horseback riders. The inspiration for this line is functionality in design- incorporating features that help novice riders with posture (equitation). In addition to emphasizing performance properties such as breathability, water repellency resistance, and UV protection that promote defense against weather elements (sunshine or rain). The fashionable and functionable articles in this collection are stylish, sophisticated, and can be used in any weather and any season horse riding activities. Color palette of this article and surface design were inspired from PANTONEVIEW Color Planner Spring/Summer 2019. A combination of imagery and text were utilized to demonstrate the features that enhance the wearer’s experience and transition to everyday wear. Engineered surface design prints were illustrated to show accurate placement and scale on the article.

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Riding in Petrichor is a transitional outdoor activity collection aimed towards youth female horseback riders. The inspiration for this line is functionality in design- incorporating features that help novice riders with posture (equitation). In addition to emphasizing performance properties such as breathability, water repellency resistance, and UV protection that promote defense against weather elements (sunshine or rain). The fashionable and functionable articles in this collection are stylish, sophisticated, and can be used in any weather and any season horse riding activities. Color palette of this article and surface design were inspired from PANTONEVIEW Color Planner Spring/Summer 2019. A combination of imagery and text were utilized to demonstrate the features that enhance the wearer’s experience and transition to everyday wear. Engineered surface design prints were illustrated to show accurate placement and scale on the article.