This document describes the principles of the establishment of tables for body measurements, defines the categories of tables (related to intervals), and lists the population groups (infants, girls, boys, children, women, men) and sub-groups to be used for developing ready-to-wear garments. The body measurement tables and intervals are mainly used by the clothing sector to make the development of well-fitting products easier and more accurate. The described methodology is mainly based on the app...view more

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ISO 18890:2018 defines the main measurement points and describes the method used to measure garment dimensions. Additional measurement points can be determined between interested parties.

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ISO 5971:2017 establishes a system for designating the sizes of tights. The system is based on three criteria: - identification of dimensions; - description of the methods of determining size designations from survey data; and - indication of size designations for garment labelling. Examples of size designations are given in Annex B.

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ISO 8559-1:2017 provides a description of anthropometric measurements that can be used as a basis for the creation of physical and digital anthropometric databases. The list of measurements specified in this document is intended to serve as a guide for practitioners in the field of clothing who are required to apply their knowledge to select population market segments and to create size and shape profiles for the development of all garment types and their equivalent fit mannequins. The list prov...view more

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ISO 8559-2:2017 specifies primary and secondary dimensions for specified types of garments to be used in combination with ISO 8559‑1 (anthropometric definitions for body measurement). The primary aim of this document is to establish a size designation system that can be used by manufacturers and retailers to indicate to consumers (in a simple, direct and meaningful manner) the body dimensions of the person that the garment is intended to fit. Provided that the size of the person's body (as indic...view more

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ISO 18825-1:2016 covers vocabulary and terminology used for the virtual human body in the virtual garment system used as a main tool in various fields of clothing application. It is applicable to all stages of online clothing communication and business, including design, manufacture, order, sales, distribution and customer management.

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ISO 18825-2:2016 defines the terms used to describe the virtual human body which is used in virtual garment systems. Specifically, virtual body landmarks and virtual body dimensions are described. It mainly deals with vocabulary and terminology of essential virtual body dimensions of the virtual torso, arm, leg, head, face, hands and bones and joints of virtual human body. Since there are many body landmarks on the head and hand, landmarks on these parts are defined separately from those on othe...view more

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ISO 18133:2016 defines the terms that are commonly used for the digital fitting system. The digital fitting system includes virtual fabric, virtual fabric properties, virtual garment pattern, virtual garment pattern properties, virtual sewing line, virtual garment, and virtual garment simulation of a virtual garment on a virtual human body model for fit assessment.

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ISO 18831:2016 defines the attributes required to produce virtual garments, including virtual hats and virtual gloves using virtual garment software.

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