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Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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Volume & Issues
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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A Development of the Color Story and Color Scheme for Domestic Makeup Product Based on the Personal Color Images
Kim Youngin ; Joo Miyoung ; Lee Hyunjoo ; Kim Heeyeon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 6, 2005, Pages 1~14
The purpose of this study is to examine the makeup color range for developing the new makeup product line of domestic cosmetic brand, and suggest the special color stories and color palettes appropriate to characteristics of brand image For this study, personal color images are analyzed and classified through the literature survey of Korean womens' skin rotor like korean PCDS and japanese PCS. Also, a total of 3879 colors were selected from the 18 cosmetic brands and were analyzed by hue/tone color system. Based on the color analysis, the color range for makeup products are determined, and the typical colors of 4 personal color images are suggested. As a results, personal color images are classified into 4 types: DEW of p, lt, b tone; FLASH of s, v tone; MIST of ltg, g, sf, d tone; TERRA of dk, dkg, dp tone. we developed the color stories through five senses and lifestyles based on the consumers' emotion, and the rotor palettes suitable to each type of personal color images are developed.
A Study of the Ideal Body in Korean Beauty Contests - Focus on Miss Korea and Super Model Contests -
Namgung Yun-Sun ; Han Cha-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 6, 2005, Pages 15~23
The purpose of this study was to interpret consistently a phenomenon in Korean Women's ideal body with analyzing the change of the body of winners in beauty contests such as Miss Korea and Super Model. The method of this study was to investigate the objective data of body size of winners in beauty contests. The meanings in the change of Korean Women's ideal body are as follows. First, the body have got the commercial value with the start of Miss Korea contest and maximized its commercial purpose with the introduction of Super Model contest. While Miss Korea contestants are evaluated by their body, character, intelligence altogether, Super Model contestants are evaluated by body itself than other factors. So the body of Super Model is accepted as the highly value added commodity. Second, a tall height as a natural gift anions characteristic of the ideal body have become the significant factor of the myth of social and commercial success.
A Study on Establishment of Glove Size System and Hand Shape
Kwon Myoungsook ; Choi Insoon ; Chung Gisoo ; Yang Minjae ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 6, 2005, Pages 24~37
This study was performed to get basic data for gloves size system and pattern planning suitable Korean hand shape. Data was collected through measuring hand size of man and woman from age 18 to 30 as subjects living in metropolitan area. by analysing the measured data, the difference in man and woman and the gloves size system was established. The results of study are as follows: 1. The Deviation of hand girths and hand lengths was larger than that of hand width in both man group and woman group. In all items. deviation in man was larger than woman. 2. In sex difference, there was difference between mall group and woman group in all items. In age difference, there was difference between mall group and woman group in mainly girth and the difference was bigger in group under 24 years old than in group over 24 years old. 3. The weight showed the highest
with girths and high correlation with widths
The height showed the highest positive
with and elbow length and high correlations with width and girths item. There were high positive correlation between vertical lengths in hand and between horizontal lengths but low correlation between vertical lengths and horizontal lengths. 4. The basic parts for gloves size system, hand lengths and hand girths were divided into 1cm interval. The results shouted that
of man group were ranged from 18cm to 20cm section and
, of woman group were ranged from 16cm to 18cm section. 5. The interval which has the highest covet· rate was hand length 19cm and hand girth 20cm interval which covered
of man group. The intervals which showed cover rate more than
was total 7 and they covered
of man group. The interval which has which has the highest cover rate was hand length 17cm and hand girth 17cm interval which covered
of woman group. The intervals which showed cover rate more than
was total 6 and they covered
of total woman group.
Development Process of Sibok and Sangbok for Officer in Joseon Dynasty
Lee Eun-Joo ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 6, 2005, Pages 38~50
A chronological classification of Sangbok(상복) and Sibok(시복) for officers in Joseon Dynasty is proposed in this paper. The classification results in four distinct periods according to the usage of Sangbok and Sibok as well as their colers and naming: 1) the mixed usage period, 2) the usage-differentiation period, 3) the name-differentiation period, and 4) name-reversal period. During the mixed usage period which lasted until the early 15th century, Sangbok and Sibok were used with no distinction. In the usage-differentiation period, the King Sejong first made a regulation on the use of colors of Dal-lyung according to the occasion and black colored uniforms were used only for daily cabinet meetings. In the 16th century, the names of Sangbok and Sibok began to be used distinctively: Sangbok for formal clothing in black color and Sibok for ordinary clothing in pink color This period is defined as the name-differentiation period in this paper. In the name-reversal period f·hick begun around the 17th century, the usages as well as the colors of Sangbok and Sibok are totally reversed because of some confusions of the understanding on the previous government publications. However, the distinction of formal clothing and ordinary clothing remained.
The Characteristics of Modern Fashion Coordination in the John Galliano's Fashion Show
Jin Kyoung-Ok ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 6, 2005, Pages 51~66
Fashion is to emphasize the importance of total coordination in creating an image. Therefore, modern fashion is not the conformation of fixed beauty but it exist in the expressed form of the variety and the completion according to the individual's personality for the self image of the clothes, the hair and make-up, the accessories and the like. This study Is aimed at reviewing one of the tendency of modern fashion coordination and the characteristics of John Gallianos fashion work and there upon, analizing the characteristics of John Galliano's fashion show, who is one of the most leading fashion designer, by dividing them Into four categories in large: 1) The maximum effect of fashion image by make-up and hair style 2) Adventurous fashion coordination with daring decoration 3) Fascinating fashion coordination Harmonized with color 4) Enlargement in the concept of fashion coordination by experimental way of clothing
A Study 2nd Proposal on the Sizing System for Middle-School Girls' Clothing
Kim Nok-Yeon ; Choi Hei-Sun ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 6, 2005, Pages 67~81
The purpose of this study is to evaluate a sizing system of ready-to-wear clothes for middle-school girls. Results of the study are as follows. 1. Results of the survey revealed most middle-school girls preferred garments for women like unisex-casual and young-casual, and prioritized overall style and design over sizing issues. However, when they purchased clothes, they were dissatisfied with the poor fit of ready-to-wear clothing, which is a little too big for average middle-school girls. 2. There is a difference between a brand's target age and its average consumer age.
, of respondents purchased clothes from unisex-casual and young-casual brands, which sizes did not fit for them. Most of these brands had female adults ages 18 to 24 as their targets, whose somatotypes do not correspond with those of girls 12 to 15 years old. 3. Body measurements of those in age groups from 12 to 15 and from 10 to 24 were analyzed to identify physical differences between middle-school girls and female adults, which confirmed the relevance of different sizing systems for each age group. As a result, it is undesirable that middle school girls' clothes are designed in accordance with sizing system for female adults' garments. 4. Using the two-wav distribution of middle school girls' stature-bust circumference for upper garments, and stature-waist circumference for lower garments, this study establishes a sizing system in sections of high frequency. The size intervals of stature and circumference were 5cm and 3cm respectively.
A Study of Jacket and Blouse with Bag Attached - Focused on Female College Students between 18 and 24 Years Age -
An Hye-Jin ; Lee In-Seong ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 6, 2005, Pages 82~96
This study focuses on the bag design as a creative design resource rather than on typical bag design as shown in previous research. 1'he purpose of this study is to develop creative and harmonious upper garments in good combination of bags and the sides of clothing. This study was performed with female college students whose age are front 18 to 24. The results of this study are as follows. First, bags are ideal for creative fashion in respect that they reflect modern trend. Second, ornamental materials such as string, chain, and buckle, which used to be details of clothing, are useful to present the characteristics of bags more effectively. This result has shown that details of bags are important determinant of entire fashion details. Third, it expands the sphere of expression of the bag, so the possibility of expansion to a distinguished expression of fashion design is recognized. From the study, we understood the structural characteristics and changes of detail of bags, proposing that the bags take important part in fashion design developments.
A Study on Jacqueline Kennedy's Clothing as a Fashion Leader - in the White House Years(1961-1963) -
Jang Sung-Eun ; Chung Hye-Jung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 6, 2005, Pages 97~108
Jacqueline Kennedy was one of first lady in America and made influence on the fashion of the woman at that time. She made the first American fashion style. Jacqueline became a prominent model and style-setter in fashion world. She created peculiar fashion style which is called 'Jacky style' and her fashion power of influence appears in the present time. At that time, Haute Couture of France had led the world fashion, however since Jacqueline style came into fashion, American beauty and elegance was introduced to other countries. This study reviews the representative fashion item of Jacqueline Kennedy who was one of the fashion leader in the world. The result to appear in her style is follows. First, Jacqueline could express the young fashion that young people wanted a progressive and new thing because she was much younger than their predecessors. Second, she made her image bright and young, so she became a representative person who expressed 'changing America women'. She created a new appearance which is very simple in design, practical in function and elegant and it is turned into the typical style of American high fashion. Finally, through Jacqueline's fashion, not only she made the image of America upper classes that is very elegant and grace without dependence on the fashion of France, but also she is leading one of parts at a fashion style the present time. Since then, the fashion of America could become the center of a world fashion by Jacqueline. Important thing is that she wore suitable cloths as a first lady who was a outstanding fashion leader.
Immediate Constituent and Technics of Lingerie in the late20C - Focused on Slip, Knickers, Cami-Knicker -
Kim Jee-Yeon ; Chun Hei-Jung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 6, 2005, Pages 109~124
The object of this study was to identify the production technique and immediate constituent of lingerie by examining the materials and the sewing techniques. Various papers are referenced for theoretical study and the elements and techniques of lingerie are analyzed based on photographical materials. From the late 20C century to the present time was the research time period. This paper concludes as follows: 1 Decorative method: Lace, Ribbons, piping, elastic bands were some of the decorative materials attached to the garments by zigzag stitch. 2. Flat pattern making: Lingerie patterns were drafted in smaller size than the patterns of outer garments. Bias cut would be applied for the noll-stretchable fabrics. 3. Draping: Bias grain would be applied for the non-stretch fabric. When draping stretch fabrics, follow the grain line of the fabrics and pull the fabric so that it could fit onto the body. 4. Production technique: Straight stitch would be applied for non-stretch fabrics. Zigzag stitch would be applied for stretch fabrics.
Aesthetic Value of the Neoclassic Style in Eighteenth to Nineteenth Century Fashion
Ham Youn-Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 6, 2005, Pages 125~140
The purpose of this study is to define the special characteristics of the neoclassic style in eighteenth to nineteenth century fashion. Researching into philosophy and aesthetics in eighteenth to nineteenth century, the characteristics of the neoclassic style in fashion is considered the clarity of form, the utility of function, and the sensuality combined with body. The results of this study are as follows: The clarify of form is found in geometric form based on anatomical truth of the human body in relation with rational and scientific thoughts. The utility of function is found in simple and suitable construction considering purely practical purpose of dresses. The sensuality combined with body is found in natural silhouette dress alluding naked body in connection with Rousseau' naturalism. Understanding aesthetic value of the neoclassic style will help to develop fashion designs associated with neoclassical forms.
A Study of Make-up Artists and Character's Special Make-up Effects in the Twentieth Century's Films
Chang Mee-Sook ; Yang Sook-Hi ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 6, 2005, Pages 141~158
This study was motivated not only by the important role of the special make-up effects in films, but also by the prominent contributions created by make-up artists. The first objective was to study of Jack Pierce, Dick Smith, Tom Savini, Rick flake., and Stan Winston's impact in the most challenging and creative field of all make-up artistry. The second objective was to examine both affinities and differences in artistic styles as well as in make-up techniques through a comparative study of special make-up effects of horror and sci-fi movies in the 20th century films produced by Hollywood studios. The sci-fi films were designed to thrill the audience through the potential of futuristic ideas by fantastic special effects of futuristic creatures such as an extra-terrestrial, a mutant, a robot and a cyborg. In contrast, the horror films were designed to frighten the audience with more reliance on horrifying special effects including a vampire, a werewolf, a zombie and a psycho killer. Their features were shown in a common thread (masquerade, otherness and surrealism) as well as a number of different themes between horror and sci-fi films (transformation vs. extension, satanism vs. monstrosity, and primitivism vs. futurism).
A Study of Goth Style Expressed in Contemporary Fashion
Park Eun-Kyung ; Chung Hyun-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 55, issue 6, 2005, Pages 159~171
The Goth style arouses Medieval syndrome, nostalgia and decadence, considering that Goth style shown in the contemporary fashion rend, tradition and fantasy that appeared in transition of the 21st century. This study is based on documents related to real Goth festivals and events to grasp various characteristics of Goth street style. The Goth style shown in high fashion classified the style on the basis of characteristics of camp culture from the viewpoint of bottom up from non-mainstream to mainstream with catwalk as the central figure. Considering appearance of Goth, property of subculture after the 1980s as alternative subculture as well phenomenon of latter subculture. Also it was possible to grasp attribute of lifestyle shown in music and fashion code from the viewpoint that alternative subculture was in pursuit of individual personality and autonomy. As an alternative subculture, Goth that appeared in UK from the late 1970s to the early 80s is considered new lifestyle, which means the scene of modern underground.