Limitations of Accessory Design of Fashion Life Chain Stores Based on Internet Informatization

  • Hesen LiEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1147)


In this paper, the restrictive factors of accessory design were studied by taking fashion and lifestyle chain stores with network characteristics in the new era as the background. First of all, the scope and role of accessory design in the network era were explained, and then the classification of fashion life stores was elaborated. First of all, based on on-the-spot investigation, the limiting factors of the accessory design in fashion life stores were summarized and the relationship between the limiting factors and accessory design was explained in detail. Secondly, how the limiting factors were used as the basis for accessory design, as well as the status and significance of accessory design in the ontology service system were expounded. Finally, after being familiar with typical fashion life stores in Taobao, the service role of accessories in the Internet information age was revealed. In this paper, the main content is that accessories are indispensable in interior design, but accessories are only one of the contact points of the service system. The accessory design is restricted by many factors, and accessories can only give the play when they are coordinated with the service system of operation ontology.


Accessory design Fashion life Service space Internet informatization 



This work was supported by a project “the Research of Fashion Accessories Design” (the number of the project is IFA-2019-01). It belongs to the key project of the Research Center of Fashion Arts, which is the Key Research Base for Humanities and Social Sciences in Hubei in 2019.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.The Research Center of Fashion Arts, The Key Research Base for Humanities and Social Sciences in HubeiWuhanChina
  2. 2.The Department of Industrial DesignHIFAHubeiChina

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