The Application of Female Pattern Aesthetic and Design: A Case of Nvshu Pattern
With the progress of globalization and the cultural fusion between different areas and nationalities, diversification is typical of global culture and aesthetic appreciation. Regional, ethnic and highly distinctive garments have drawn unprecedented attention and are being used as a fashion for textile clothing design. Nvshu is the only surviving female writing system in the world. Its design originated from weaving patterns, with unique regional characteristics. This article aims to the application of Nvshu pattern, as an ethnic element, to the design of modern women’s dress which highlights the uniqueness of these garments, and also will serve as new reference to the introduction of cultural products to the design of textile clothing.