|Contrast is a feeling of distinct differences, the opposition of things for the |
purpose of showing unlikeness. Contrast accents the differences, and focuses
on where the differences occur.
| 1. The thickness, direction, space and shape of the contrast complement |
the design of the garment and the size and shape of the wearer.
| 2. When pattern or texture is used to create contrast, it complements the |
size and shape of the wearer.
| 3. If color contrast is used, the focal point created enhances the wearer.
|Emphasis is the creation of a focal point, the most important center of |
interest with all others being subordinate and supportive.
| 1. The line, thickness and direction of the emphasis complement the |
design of the garment and the size and shape of the wearer.
| 2. The shape, form, space and position of the emphasis on the garment |
complement the wearer.
| 3. The color emphasis creates visual ease. |
| 4. If a pattern or texture is used, it is compatible with the size and shape |
of the wearer.
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