Creating Amazing Female & Male Mannequins

Mannequin (also called a manikin, dummy, lay figure, or dress form) refers to an often articulated doll used by artists, tailors, dressmakers, window-dressers and others especially to display or fit clothing. Color is an important matter when choosing a mannequin. Uniformity is the usual, but pretty often stores prefer the color diversity in order to express their spirit and encourage everybody to enter their store. Also, the light in the store should be in balance with the color of the mannequins. What are female mannequins called? Also known as tailor's dummies and mannequins, display dress forms are used for fashion design. These are professional products that come in a variety of forms and sizes, some even having special features that help the dressmakers create the perfect items of clothing for their customers. If it's a medical dummy or artists tool then we say use the spelling 'manikin'. If it's for a window display or it's clothing related then use the spelling 'mannequin'. The firm Wolf & Vine created the first mannequin out of plastic, but unfortunately found that it appeared green under the special store window light and withdrew it from the market. Nevertheless, plastic quickly became the new material for mannequins, until it was replaced by fiberglass in the 1960s.

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