MADRID, (EUROPA PRESS) The National Institute of Consumption startá ma&bath;ana of the pilot phase of the study antropométrico of women espa&bath;waves that allowá to know cuáthem are the body measurements más frequent, so that the fashion industry can standardize the sizes of the garments, and beyon’ today Consumption.
This study, in virtue of the agreement signed on 23 January between the minister of Health and Consumer affairs, Elena Salgado, with a group of associations of creators of fashion and companies in the textile sector, among which are the Cut Englishés, Mango, Cortefiel and Inditex, will makeá about 8,500 women between 12 and 70 to&years residents in Espa&bath;to, with a level of error expected with the selected sample of 1 percent. These women provideán voluntarily –pre-payment simb’lico with a gift of design&bathrooms;or– to be measures to know cuáthem are the stereotypes of body más extended in the país. data, which beán confidential, serveán to agree on the dimensions of the carvings. This study, which was performedá during all this a&bath;or & costá near a mill’re euros to be financed by the National Institute of Consumption, startá ma&bath;ana with a pilot testing of the measurements, which is performingán a través of a cabin design&bathrooms;adas the effect with capture equipment imágenes in three dimensions, which are taken up to 13 points of reference. Además, letá results not s’what is the average profile of the woman espa&bath;wave, but alsoén disaggregated data on differences antropométricas significant in the function’re of age, morfotipo and type of háhabitat (urban or rural, for example). The system used for the study, the first of this magnitude made in our país, has already been used in France for the doing’re a similar experience in that, s&number;n the minister Salgado, result’ "successful" but to beá "less representative" espa&bath;ola, where they countá with a sample of population’n more. The cabins of the medici’n goán moving around the territory espa&bath;ol during this a&bath;or, to visit a total of 60 locations throughout Espa&bath;. The study begins with a pilot phase in Madrid (headquarters of the National Institute of Consumption), Taranc’n (Basin) and Quartell (Valencia). Throughout this process, the Ministry of Health and Consumer affairs, countá with the collaboration’n of the Federaci’n Espa&bath;wave of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP) and the councils involved.