我们的目标还将是通过使用公平贸易原则赋予发展中国家的男性和女性权力，同时将手工制品和传统刺绣业务外包给他们，而这些业务现在正失去很大的相关性(Grerard et al.， 2011)。
该设计利用了传统的手工和纺织技术，这些技术在时尚产业中没有得到广泛的应用。这将通过为那些需要工作的人提供许多好处来提请注意保持这些技术的传统遗产。这样的设计也需要劳动密集型的方法，因此公平贸易原则对正在调查的基本设计原则来说更为重要。例如，通过使用烟熏技术，不仅用于纺织品的装饰，而且用于服装的造型，是为了尝试和突出传统刺绣和手工艺的方式，不仅用于装饰目的，而且用于温暖和耐用的使用(Grerard et al.， 2011)。在烟熏重建中使用的印刷图案都是受到伦理设计的启发，尤其是在印度等几个发展中国家使用的表面图案设计。这些国家对这种设计产品的选择是巨大的启发，不仅是为了着色和加工，而且是为了全面的合作能力，重用和回收任何可能的和任何可能的。
公平贸易原则将作为本设计原则的基本组成部分。这是因为该设计的关键组成部分在于确保遗产的持续性，以及任何形式的废物都能被尽可能地以任何形式再利用(Grerard et al.， 2011)。重点将是提供公平的成本、公平的工作方法和公平的环境，使每个参与其中的人都有平等的成长和发展的权利。这样的公平贸易原则为提出的设计提供了很大的力量。
Objective of the design
The key goal in this design lies in ensuring that the waste produced from textile industries are reduced and for empowering those with skills that recognize traditional embroidery techniques for remoulding the waste and reusing it as new products. For this the key goal will lie in following:
Ensuring the design is such that it makes maximum benefit for maximum waste generated.
The goal will be to reduce harm over the environment.
The goal will also be to empower men and women from developing nations through use of fair trade principles while outsourcing handcrafting and traditional embroidery to them which is now losing much relevance (Grerard et al., 2011).
Basis of design principle
The design makes use of traditional handcrafting and textile techniques which are not used widely within the fashion industry. This will draw attention to hold the traditional heritage of these techniques by offering much benefit to those individuals who are in need of work. Such a design will require labour intensive approach as well and therefore fair trade principles are further of essence to the basic design principles under investigation. For example, through use of the technique of smocking, not only for textile embellishment but also to shape the garments is to try and highlight the way in which traditional embroidery and handicrafts functioned not only for decorative purposes but also for warmth and durable use (Grerard et al., 2011). The printed patterns utilized within the reconstruction of smocking are all inspired through ethic designs especially the design for surface patterns used across several developing nations such as India. Such countries are huge inspirations for the selection of this design product not only for colouring and crafting but also for the overall collaborative capability of reusing and recycling whatever is possible and whichever can be.
Visual design elements and principles have also offered much to this design proposed. These visual design elements focused upon, will be inclusive of colour, attributes, shape, transformation, fabric texture and space. Within this design space, there is a relationship with the area deeply within the designated design moment allowing the design to be conveyed appropriately. For a design to have two dimensions for example, the concerns of space create the illusion of another dimension over a flattened surface.
Fair trade principles will be applicable as essential components of this design’s principles. This is because the key component of this design lies to ensure that heritage is sustained and any form of waste is reused in any form as is possible (Grerard et al., 2011). The focus will be on providing fair cost, fair working practices and a fair environment where everyone involved has an equal right to grow and develop. Such fair trade principles have offered much strength to the design proposed.