With the Industrial Revolution, the means of production changed. Mechanical, electronic, and later automation and smart technologies entered our lives. But design has always maintained its importance. Beginning with the Stone Age, the constant desire or obligation of human beings to design things arose from individual needs. However, this later turned into the needs of the whole society, in a sense even created.
In addition to that, following the change in consumption habits, needs replaced by tastes and purchasing habits directly affected. In the industrialized clothing industry, one of the most important factors that determine and even create consumption habits is the taste, that is design, that overrides the need. Rather than the importance and function of a product, its visuality or design sometimes makes it attractive. Originality, functionality and durability are elements that support the design.