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Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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Volume & Issues
Volume 57, Issue 10 - Dec 2007
Volume 57, Issue 9 - Nov 2007
Volume 57, Issue 8 - Sep 2007
Volume 57, Issue 7 - Aug 2007
Volume 57, Issue 6 - Jul 2007
Volume 57, Issue 5 - Jun 2007
Volume 57, Issue 4 - May 2007
Volume 57, Issue 3 - Mar 2007
Volume 57, Issue 2 - Mar 2007
Volume 57, Issue 1 - Jan 2007
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A Study on the Emotionality of Digital Culture in Modern Fashion Design
Kim, Ji-Heui ; Yoo, Tai-Soon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 57, issue 8, 2007, Pages 1~13
The cold image of digital culture and its realistic limits force modern people to yearn for an emotional world characterized by a warm humanity. The kind of digital technology that appeals to such a human emotion is accepted as a new digital concept in the 21st century. The purpose of this study was to examine the characteristics of emotionality, which was a new trend in digital culture, and to discuss its form and meaning in fashion sector. It's basically meant to figure out a major trend in the 21st century's digital culture, to delve into its relationship with fashion reflecting sociocultural phenomena, and ultimately to describe in which direction future fashion would be led. Emotionality was highlighted as a reaction against an absolute pursuit of speed and cold digital technology. Emotionality of digital culture in fashion design were inserting of funology, Zen-based design and development of a clothing mixture. The emphasis of emotionality in digital culture is a new sociocultural trend that stresses the recovery of human nature. As futurologists predict that a human-centered and humanistic culture will reappear in the 21st century, fashion also will be in pursuit of human-oriented design.
A Study on the Improvement of Cold Protective Clothing for Mailman
Kwon, Myoung-Sook ; Seok, Hye-Jung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 57, issue 8, 2007, Pages 14~23
The purpose of this study was to investigate the present condition of cold protective clothing for mailman, to improve its design in movement, fitness, and other functions, and supply basic data for its performance evaluation. The results are as follows : The 46.60% of those questioned did not satisfy current clod protective clothing fer mailman. Especially, they considered dissatisfactory in properties such as waterproof, comfort, activity, and sweat absorption. The newly developed cold protective clothing is two-piece style composed of jacket and pants. Both jacket and pants are composed of inner and outer clothing individually. In both jacket and pants, their outer clothing's material was waterproof, windproof, and breathable shell fabric on which PTFE film laminated and their inner clothing's material was 100% polyester Polar polis to have better insulation property. The jacket has attachable cap which can be used as rain gear and set-in sleeve with stand collar. It also had big outside patch pockets and side seam pockets to ensure enough storage space. The pants have knee pads to give free movement to knees and slant side pockets. Inner clothing of both jacket and pants can be worn during working inside without out clothing. Insulation of the newly developed cold protective clothing was not better than current one except right hand, left hand and left foo. It is considered that is because thickness of material is the most important factor to influence insulation.
The Study on Caddies' Satisfaction and Preference on Their Uniforms - Bounded by Jeonnam Area in South Korea-
Kim, Sun-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 57, issue 8, 2007, Pages 24~36
This study was performed for 235 caddies of 5 membership golf clubs in Jeonnam area to find out their attitude and usage, satisfaction and preference on uniforms
February 2007. The result of the study could be summarized as fellows. First, 69.7% of them affirm in the inquiry of 'to feel belong' and 'to tell from others', but they showed low affirmation in other inquiries. In the case of satisfaction of wearing uniforms, they show low satisfaction in most categories such as design, color, materials, activity, and symbol. Second, the most favored color coordination is the two color coordination in the upper and bottom uniform, and the fevered design pattern is the no-pattern one with single color. The favored uniform constitutes a jacket and a trouser in spring through fall, and a parka long enough to hip line, a polo neck, a vest, and a trouser in winter Third, activity is the most important considering factor in the choice of uniform and is also the most improve-wanted factor in the presently wearing uniform. The most important factor in the characteristic of material is absorption of sweat, but there is especially high dissatisfaction in absorption. It shows that there are demands of functional design considering caddies' working environment and activities. Differentiated from other normal uniforms, the uniform should be improved for caddies to develop their specialty and to feel wearing satisfaction.
The Study on the Fabrics of King Muryeong's Tomb at the Baekje(百濟) Period
Cho, Hyo-Sook ; Lee, Eun-Jin ; Jeon, Hyun-Sil ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 57, issue 8, 2007, Pages 37~47
This study is considered about the fabrics of the tomb of King Muryeong at the Baekje(百濟) Period. First, there were silk fabrics such as compound woven silk(錦), twill damask(綾), complex gause(羅) and plain weaved silk(平絹). All of compound woven silk(錦) are the warp-faced compound tabby(經錦) of plain weave and the density is various from high to low one. The twill damask(綾) was a variation of twill damask weaved with a six strand warp thread. The complex gause(羅) made patterns as a set of 2 strand, 4 strand, 6 strand and 8 strand warp threads are weaved alternately with the weft. There were three kinds of plain weaved silk(平絹). The first was weaved densely without space between strands. The second was weaved with a small space between strands. And the third was weaved with a two strand warp thread, having a space between the threads. On the other hand, several pieces of well preserved ramie cloth were excavated. Of the, the densest one has the density of 125 strand/inch for the warp and the weft. In addition, strings made of flax thread were found. This suggests that flax fabrics may be found additionally if the hardened lumps of fabrics are resolved and analyzed. Other materials discovered include knits, knotted strings, embroideries, threads and floss. Pieces considered knits and knotted strings occupy a large part of fabrics excavated from King Muryeong's Tomb, and in particular knotted strings show various knotting methods. In addition, embroideries such as chain stitch and button hole stitch are clearly observed. What is more, there are silk threads and hemp threads, which are presumed to have been used for dangling ornaments such as Yeongrak(瓔珞) and beads or for sewing. Besides, floss was found between fabrics.
A Study on Corset Look Pattern - Focused on Women in Their 20s with Standard Body Type -
Kim, Si-Man ; Sung, Ok-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 57, issue 8, 2007, Pages 48~59
The purpose of this research is to develop a basic pattern of corset look taking into consideration characteristics of human body and fit, by transforming 3 dimensional information obtained from draping of standard body type of women in their 20s, which constitute the biggest consumer group of corset look in Korea, on the basis of body shape of women best reflecting 3 dimensional characteristics. In order to develop a corset look pattern suitable for standard body type of women in their 20s, wear tests of A, B, and C types of patterns in terms of the bust in the standard body type that bust circumference 86.7cm and chest circumference 87.0cm were evaluated best. Taking into consideration above findings, fer the purpose of developing a corset look pattern having an excellent fit and reflecting characteristics of Korean women in their 20s with standard body type, a corset look pattern was designed with proper ease calculated by draping incorporated, and through alteration and complementation of such a pattern, a study pattern was produced. This study is expected to provide tips for standard body type women in their 20s with smaller bust circumference to choose clothing allowing for a better fit able to make up for weakness of their body, while presenting to clothing makers ways of designing and size-setting in terms of characteristics of body type of these consumers.
The Effects of Demographic Characteristics and Psychological Characteristic on Make-up Behavior of Women
Choi, Su-Koung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 57, issue 8, 2007, Pages 60~74
This study intends to examine the influencing factors in personal intention and show-off of make-up behavior. For the study, a questionnaire survey was conducted of 436 women in between their twenties to fifties residing in the Kyeongnam region. Obtained data were analyzed pearson's correlation coefficient and multiple regression analysis. The result is summarized as follows.; The influence on personal intention and show-off of make-up behavior can be described into 4 factors that are included in the decision making process of personal intention and show-off, in other words, the demographical characteristic, the body cathexis, the need and the clothing value. The demographic characteristics, the marriage status, the occupation status and the media contact had a direct influence on personal intention, and the educational background had a direct influence on show-off. The body cathexis did not have a direct influence on any subordinate factors of personal intention and show-off, but had indirect influence having the need as a parameter or had no influence having the clothing value as a parameter.
Investigation on the Geometric Pattern of Domestic Golf Wear - Focusing on the
Im, Ji-Wan ; Park, Meeg-Nee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 57, issue 8, 2007, Pages 75~88
Nowadays, geometrical form expressed on costume is recognizing as a part of modeling art, at the same time is working to develop it. Also the geometrical form is affording the coinciding lifestyle and sensitivity of customers keeping their pace. As a result, our study is researching on the geometrical form that is used in the pattern, silhouette, and detail of the costume to show the texture in sense of touch and the effect of optical illusion used in variable designs, in order to present the expansion our capability of infinite development included in the study of costume. Specially, geometrical form included in sports wear is very effective since the geometrical form includes short and simple beauty as well as practical design. Thus, this study is wishing to know if satisfying the practical and psychological urge of present human beings may be applied to the golf wear market, which is a type of sport that geometrical form is sent in the fastest way in domestic market. Also we are urged to know what type of design technique is the geometrical form nowadays used and changed to discriminate the artificial commerce and improve the identity of such unique brand. The source of this thesis is wishing to investigate the specialization and the most effective geometrical shape and preference of each type in domestic golf wear goods that applied geometrical goods in
and analyze its way of expression.
A Study on the Symbolism and Fashion of Gold Miss From the Perspective of Mass Media
Son, I-Jung ; Lee, Un-Young ; Lee, In-Seong ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 57, issue 8, 2007, Pages 89~98
Women are playing an increasing role in the society amid the increase in the age at first marriage, reduced family size, and the weakening solidarity among family members. Gold Miss is a newly coined word which reflects the change in the value of women in the wake of the individualism and pluralism amid the structural change. Gold Miss means a new X generation that is sensitive to the latest fashion and trend with high purchasing power and self-attainment goal. They do not spare any effort to invest in themselves, lead the new culture and set the cultural trend that goes beyond the simple consumption, and come into the spotlight both socially and economically. The outcome of the analysis on the Gold Miss fashion which was revealed in the mass media indicated that the fashion was the instrument to express their own images and personalities. Though they may be some difference depending on the occupation, personality, values, and others, they pursue sophisticated, intellectual, and emotional office-look that takes the trend and personality into account. In addition, they prefer business casual attire, and pursue the total fashion with perfection which uses the gorgeous bright and vivid color, daring color, accent color arrangement and accessories. The Gold Miss fashion implies the self-identity, high-end feature, and embody the symbolism of information, which the analysis on the feature and fashion of Golden Miss indicated.
A Study on the Development of a Model for Stage Make-Up Design in Art Performance by Personality Type
Jeon, In-Mi ; Lee, Hye-Joo ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 57, issue 8, 2007, Pages 99~113
The performing art represents joy, anger, sorrow and pleasure through acting and dance, and is told to be a composite art represented by make-up, setting, costume and props. Therefore, it can be said that make-up is an important medium of stage art. Make-up in stage art is a kind of communication with audiences through understanding personalities of characters as demanded by scenarios. Due to the creative stage make-up which meets the character in the play relevant to these contents of the play, the conceptual study on stage make-up design for visual expression coincide with the intended character is needed. In this study, I investigate theoretical, universal, and psychological personality types by analyzing basic appearance features based on the physiognomy(face-reading) related from the psychological theories. And visualized through illustration according to personality types to apply for the characters in the play.
A Study on the Forms of Serial Expression in Contemporary Fashion Design
Kwon, Ja-Young ; Geum, Key-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 57, issue 8, 2007, Pages 114~124
Contemporary fashion design has been represented as intermedia transcended value and spatiotemporal notion and also had a tendency to concentrate on serial process that materials are transfigured through time rather than existence. These forms related to interaction with time, space and performance as well as compositive genres, hybrid culture, compound gender define as 'serial expression' in this study. The serial expression ran be characterized that system, process, series, enumeration of sequences, depiction of performance, repetition of action in fashion collections and exhibitions of designers. The concept and circumstances made by author as a creator of fashion broaden perceptions of audiences and arouse spectators to participate in the situation as needing immediate attention. The forms of fashion and Conceptual Art in serial expression are analogous and even identical situations represent in fashion collection. Therefore analysis serial forms of art derives formative features: Narrative process, Imitation and Appropriation, Virtual reality and High technology, Hybridism and Convergence. This study suggest a framework to analyze conceptual fashion that give salience to megatrend in contemporary fashion culture on artistic point of view.
Study on the Excavated Costumes of Yeon-An Kim Clan, a Wife of Mong-Nam (
), who Belongs to Nam-yang Hong clan
Song, Mi-Kyung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 57, issue 8, 2007, Pages 125~136
This study is about the excavated female shroud while moving the graveyard of Nam-yang Hong clan in Yang-pyeong, Gyeonggi Province to other place. It is acquired as Yeon-An Kim clan who is a wife of one of Nam-yang Hong clan and history is estimated to 16th Century. Significance of this excavated female costumes is, 1) a Dan-ryeong, which is typical costumes during 16C. for woman is excavated. It is embroidered with peacocks shaped badge in fore and backside on a clothes, which is understood as the symbol of highest status but it is considered as much higher than actual status of her husband. from this, we can assume that burial costumes and regulation for actual clothes by the status are not exactly matched. 2) Various form of Chima and Jegori also found in the grave along with a Buddhist banner(幡) printed with Darani(多羅尼) which is unusual in Chosun dynasty, under confucian influence. 3) An embroidered design pillow was collected first time, which make us enable to understand the in-house life style of 16C.
Analysis on the Military Look of the Paris Collections
Chu, Mi-Kyung ; Kim, Hye-Kyung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 57, issue 8, 2007, Pages 137~151
This study was aimed to analyze and investigate a diversity of aesthetic values expressed in the military look designs of the Paris collections by using content analysis method to find what design characteristic and image emerged in the later 20th century. A total of 267 military look works shown in fashion magazines such as Vogue and Collezioni Donna over the period between 1996 and 2000 were collected as research data, which were classified into 5 categories such as item, silhouette, color, color coordination, fashion image. The results were summarized as follows: first, it was found that coat was the most preferred item in expressing the military look image. Second, the straight line was the most referred silhouette, which indicates that it was the most suitable silhouette in expressing he bisexual image of the military look. Third, achromatic colors such as black and white were found to be of the highest frequency, which shows that achromatic colors continued to be proposed as fashionable colors around 1996 and this influence was effected in the military look. Finally, monochromatic coordination accounted for more than half of the military look, through which it could be explained that designers utilized it greatly to make an effective expression of the masculine image.