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Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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Volume 55, Issue 8 - Dec 2005
Volume 55, Issue 7 - Nov 2005
Volume 55, Issue 6 - Sep 2005
Volume 55, Issue 5 - Aug 2005
Volume 55, Issue 4 - Jul 2005
Volume 55, Issue 3 - May 2005
Volume 55, Issue 2 - Mar 2005
Volume 55, Issue 1 - Jan 2005
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The Associational Meaning of Purple-series Color Names in the Clothing of Joseon Dynasty Period
Kim Soon-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 3, 2005, Pages 1~18
In this study, the transition characteristics of purple series color names appearing in the clothing of the Joseon Dynasty were examined, and the associational meaning of each name were investigated through various methods. The results are as follows; First, Such characteristics as continuity, differentiation, substitution could be observed through the investigation of color names of purple-series appeared on the clothing in the Joseon Dynasty period. Secondly, the associational meaning could be subdivided into; social position symbolic meanings, usage meanings, economic meanings, and thought meanings. The social position symbolic meanings could be observed mainly in the single names which has been used since the ancient times, usage meanings could be observed in a wide variety according to the individual color names. The economic meanings could be observed by comparing the value of colored cloths and colored threads. The thought meanings were mainly related with the Confucianism. Thirdly, the associational semantic structure were established on the basis of associational meanings of purple-series color names. Individual color name on the social position symbolic semantic structure symbolizes [government official] and [servant]. Through usage semantic structure individual color names could be understood structurally according to the social position, sex distinction, wearing situation, items of clothing, and structure of clothing. Individual names on the economic semantic structure were segmented by the semantic components of the values in [high], [medium], [low] prices, kinds and quantity of dyes. The thought semantic structure could be subdivided [Confucianism] and [The Thought of Taeil] in its semantic structure.
Characteristics and Images of Colors on Fashion Soho Mall Web Site
Kim Shin-Woo ; Chung Eun-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 3, 2005, Pages 19~32
Internet shopping has transformed our daily lives as well as the pattern of consumption. In the word, the development and the growth of online shopping site have led to new pattern of consumption. This applies in particular to clothing, among the product on sale, on the internet. The purpose of this research is to analyze the characteristic of colors and images on internet fashion soho mall web site, and to provide efficient color information which is usefull in color planning and suitable for brand image on fashion web site. 147 color sample used by 40 fashion soho mall web site were collected and analyzed. The results of this study are as follows. First, dominant color on fashion web site is static color as black and it's ratio is 33
. Second, G color is not used. Third, Hue and tone mainly used It tone of P color except V tone. And the color image on internet fashion soho mall web site are modern, chic, dandy, formal. Results from analyzing the fashion soho mall Web site. it is important to unity the company's image but its more important to make a color plan considering the sites feature and the customers's sensitivity.
The Mediate Effect of Gender on the Differences of Consumers grouped by the Level of Fashion Interest
Kim Sae-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 3, 2005, Pages 33~46
The purpose of this study is to examine the mediate effect of gender on the differences of consumers grouped by the level of fashion interest. Data was collected from 280 men and women of their twentieth and analyzed using crosstab analysis, ANOVA, scheff'e test, x
test, and regression. The results are as follows. First, high interest groups showed little difference in the clothing shopping orientation and showed significant differences in the clothing purchasing behaviors(visiting store, time spent for shopping, and monthly clothing expenditure) between men and women. Second, low interest groups showed a lot of differences in both the clothing shopping orientation and the clothing purchasing behaviors between men and women. Third, several dimensions of clothing shopping orientation were more influenced from fashion interest level rather than the gender of consumers, and other several dimensions, visiting store, and the time spent for shopping were more influenced from gender rather than fashion interest level. These results imply that the gender of consumer has mediate effect on the behaviors of consumers grouped by the level of fashion interest, and the consumers of same fashion interest level must be approached concerning the gender of consumers.
A Study on the Mokpan-Dangkogit which was appeared on Male Clothing in the Lee Dynasty
Ku Nam-Ok ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 3, 2005, Pages 47~58
Mokpan-dangkogit was one pattern of collars normally attached to female clothing in Lee Dynasty and it was very rare that a collar of Mokpan-dangkogit was found in male clothing particularly under the Confucianism-dominated society. The detailed procedures of the study are as follows: To summarize a systematic classification on collar of Lee Dynasty along with characteristics of each collar in literature review; To exam various types of Mokpan-dangkogit found in male clothing in the era of Lee Dynasty through relics of the past; and To analyze a period of time which Mokpan-dangkogit first appeared in the process of clothing history of Lee Dynasty and those who wore it. In conclusion, a relationship between female Mokpan-dangkogit and male counterpart was discussed.
Analysis on the Hairstyle of Female University Students - Centering around Commencement Albums from 1980 to 2003 -
Park Su-Jin ; Park Kil-Soon ; Kim Seo-Youn ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 3, 2005, Pages 59~68
The purpose of this study is to examine the changing process of hairstyle and the fashion trend of hairstyle in the environment where it is possible to change one's hairstyle easily arid .display oneself in various ways and the interest in hairstyle is increasing. To examine the change of real university girls' hairstyle, I selected commencement pictures of Chungnam University as material. As a method of analysis, I compared and anaylized each time period's fashion trend and the change of real university girls' hairstyle after abstracting formative element of hairstyle on the basis of preceding studies on hairstyle and measuring frequency by element of each time period. Analyzing university girls' pictures showed that many of them had curls when various perms appeared and majority of them had straight style when straight perm and magic iron appeared. When products of hairstyling were on the market and globalization changed sense of beauty, it was highly popular to set up forelock with hairstyling products. In a pluralistic social environment, desire for color aspect other than formative aspect increased. As various hairdyes were developed, hairdyeing was generalized and university girls came to accept it as natural. Fashion trend of each time period and university girls' hairstyle showed generally similar trend. In mid 1980s, curl was popular, and, in late 1980s, straight style and setting up forelock with hairstyling products were on the increase. In early 1990s, the emergence of coating perm which combined perm and hairdyeing increased hairdyeing. In late 1990s, straight style was popular and layers expressed naturalness. In early 2000s, university girls showed off their long hair in various ways and hairdyeing drastically increased.
An Analysis of Craniofacial Shape for Male Adults by 3D Measurement
Kim Hyesoo ; Yi Kyong-Hwa ; Park Se-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 3, 2005, Pages 69~80
The anatomical structure of the head and face are influenced by environmental factors. Therefore in this study we had undertaken to determine normal values of the head and face by 3D measurement in the 384 normal Korean male adults to find out craniofacial characteristics of Korean male adults by the age group. From the basic statistical data analysis, vertex-tragion and the length between the pupils were the longest in their twenties and grew shorter in elderly groups. According to the analysis of the craniofacial proportion, the head type of Korean male adults was short-headed. The statistically noticeable differences were found in the measurement of the left and the right sides of face in the age groups of 20, 30, 40, and 50. The results of the factor analysis of the age group showed two groups which were classified to 20, 40, 50 ages and 30, 60 ages. The order of factor analysis was as follows; the perpendicular length, the horizontal length, and the width (from highest).
Chinese New Generation Women's Clothing Exploratory Behavior according to their Sensitivity Pursuit Propensity
Wang Haiyan ; Kim Yong-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 3, 2005, Pages 81~93
The purpose of this study was to identify Chinese new generation women's clothing exploratory behavior according to their sensitivity pursuit propensity. The respondents were 500 Chinese new generation women residing in Soju City, China. Frequencies, percent, mean, one-way ANOVA, factor analysis, Chi-square test, and cluster analysis were done by use of SPSS PC+. The results were as follows; 1. The factors of sensitivity pursuit propensity were adventure & diversity, change, new atmosphere, and artistic sensitivity. And factors of clothing exploratory behavior were brand turnover, innovative clothing purchasing or wearing, clothing information collection through visiting store, and clothing information collection through contacting neighbors or advertisement. 2. The Chinese new generation women were classified into the creativity pursuit, the adventure & change pursuit, the multi-sensation pursuit, and the sensation retard according to their sensitivity pursuit propensity. 3. The creativity pursuit explored clothing for brand turnover and information through visiting store, communication, or advertisement, were found more among the unmarried late 20's with higher education and jobs. The adventure & change pursuit explored clothing information through visiting store, were found more among the unmarried university students in early 20's. The multi-sensation pursuit explored innovative clothing purchasing, were found more among the unmarried early 20's with jobs or students. The sensation retard explored clothing information through communication or advertisement, considered quality more, were found more among the married early 30's with lower education level and jobs.
A Study on Kokuryo's Costumes of the Mural Tombs - Comparison between area of Jipan and Pyongyang -
Kim Chung-Ho ; Lee Mi-Seok ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 3, 2005, Pages 94~107
Kokuryo mural tombs are located in Jipan and Pyongyang, where were capital Cities of Kokuryo. Although there are many studies performed about costumes in Kokuryo mural tombs so far, the studies comparing regional differences are rare. In this study, we tried to compare about the costumes in Kokuryo mural tombs between Jipan, where was the capital city in early period (BC37-AD426) and Pyongyang, where was the capital city for 241 years after the King Jang Su moved.(AD427-AD668) The results of this study are as following. There are differences between Jipan and Pyongyang in the shape of Chima(skirt) and the direction of Yeomim (adjusting the necklines). While there was only one type, long and narrow pleated skirt in Jipan area, another type of Chima was existed in Pyongyang area including the one in Jipan. Also, the direction of Yeomim was different. Left was popular in Jipan while it was right in Pyongyang. Moreover there are no man's Po(coat) with straight collar which was considered as a basic shape in Kokuryo mural tombs costumes so far. Also we found that Baji(pants) was an ordinary woman's costume, not only for underwear.
A Study on the Hat Design in Contemporary Fashion
Kim Eun-Sil ; Bae Soo-Jeong ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 3, 2005, Pages 108~121
The purposes of this study were to analyze hat design with the focus on the period from the 1990's to 2004 and to find out the development direction of next hat design. To do these purposes, the focus of theoretical approach was literature research, and hat design was attempted on the basis of the research. The focus of theoretical background was on previous research and fashion-related literature. Fashion Photos were picked up from all kinds of fashion magazines containing Haute Couture collection in Paris from the 1990's to 2004 S/S and some designers' collections. Then 1,381 photos were selected through two screenings. At first time, 1,500 photos were selected to have the relationship between clothes and hats, and finally 1,381 photos were picked.
The Images of Fashion Design transmitted by Achromatic Colors
Yune Ji-Yoon ; Kim Young-In ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 3, 2005, Pages 122~135
The purpose of this study is to classify achromatic color images adopted by contemporary fashion design in order to analyze the links between achromatic color images and fashion images. To this end, the study on the images of achromatic colors of White, grey, and black was conducted by reviewing related documents. In order to analyze the image factors affecting contemporary fashion design, the documents related to fashion history were consulted and in the case of fashion design factors and images, fashion looks using achromatic color as a main theme were referred. The results of this study are as follows : 1. An achromatic color is cold, calm and plain as well as modern. At the same time, it is abstinent and solemn so the color has been mainly used as religious garment. 2. An achromatic color used in apparels has been influenced by the developments of culture, art, society, ideology, politics, economy, science and technology. Black dress was introduced by Art Deco colors, little black dress by feminism, white by the popularity of sports, black becomes more popular by nihilistic beat and punk generations, moon look and cyber punk look were introduced for the advancement of science. Other apparel looks using the color are modern look, feminine look, futuristic look, mannish look, sportive look, and avant-garde look.
A Study on Conformity and Individuality of Consumers Purchasing BURBERRY Fashion Prestigious Product
Chun Su-Young ; Lee Sun-Jae ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 3, 2005, Pages 136~149
The purpose of this study was to analyze how the purchase of BURBERRY prestigious fashion brand, accomplishing the most successful luxury brand in Korea, correlated to the demographic and psychological characteristics of the BURBERRY purchasers, especially, conformity and individuality. The responses of 304 female living in Seoul and the metropolitan area between 20sover 50s who had ever bought BURBERRY were used in the study. The following results were found: 1) BURBERRY consumer's psychological characteristics were classified into 2 types of conformity (normative conformity and identificational conformity) and 2 types of individuality (anticonformity and independence) 2) 3 factors of the attributes of BURBERRY products were identified: functionality (color, multipurpose, easy-care, pattern), symbolic(brand renown & trust, history & heritage, scarcity) and aesthetic(quality, design) 3) Women conforming to higher clothing conformity attached great importance to the symbolic attributes of BURBERRY 4) The importance factors of decision on purchasing of BURBERRY were design, brand renown & trust and product quality among which the design was the highest in degree and order.
A Study on the Distance Learning Education for Fashion Illustration
Kim Lee-Young ; Park Meegnee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 3, 2005, Pages 150~163
Distance Learning Education has been adopted as an alternative educational method to actively face the changing educational field. Fashion design education essentially requires not only a theoretical but also a practical process in which feedback comes through personal interactions between an instructor and a student. Hence, the existing WBI system exemplifies its limitations by applying only a one-way methodology that limit interactions based only on the theoretical texts. The objective of this study was to reveal the effects of an originally designed Distance Education program factoring in a teaching-learning methodology that addresses the practical demands of a fashion design program. So It analyzed the pre-existing conditions through a questionnaire survey of 472 students and 60 fashion design instructors to determine how the traditional fashion design education is different from other programs and which method is being applied. then, It designed and applied an original web-based distance educational system specifically incorporating the needs of the fashion design curriculum based on the data collected from the survey questionnaire.