1936-01-01

Body Designing Procedure 360134

EVOLUTION of body engineering is recalled with the traditional practices of the profession and the difficulty of obtaining information and instruction. Relations and locations of side-sweep, turnunder sweep, and belt line are discussed; definite suggestions are made and design procedure outlined.
How the first visual impression or “eye appeal” of a new design affects public acceptance is emphasized, and the special influence of this factor upon women is pointed out.
Responses from three authorities in body design to a twelve-point questionnaire on debatable policies and principles give an indication of modern body-design trends and practice.

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