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Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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Volume 65, Issue 8 - Dec 2015
Volume 65, Issue 7 - Nov 2015
Volume 65, Issue 6 - Sep 2015
Volume 65, Issue 5 - Aug 2015
Volume 65, Issue 4 - Jun 2015
Volume 65, Issue 3 - Apr 2015
Volume 65, Issue 2 - Feb 2015
Volume 65, Issue 1 - Jan 2015
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The Characteristics of Magic Realism Expressed in the Costume of Tarsem Singh Movies - Focusing on "The Cell" and "The Fall" -
Yang, Soohyun ; Lee, Younhee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 65, issue 1, 2015, Pages 1~14
DOI : 10.7233/jksc.2015.65.1.001
Magic realism, which originated in the culture of Central and South America, creates a fantastic fictional word by linking unrelated incidents using magical. The purpose of this study was to analyze Tarsem Singh's design characteristics that are based on magic realism in his movies, "The Cell" and "The Fall", and to highlight the artistic values appearing in the films. The research was conducted by observing the characteristics and concept of magic realism based on literature and preceding research, and discovering how Singh expressed these creatively and experimentally within the costumes in his films. The results of the study were as follows: Firstly, magical, legendary and symbolic characteristics appear within the fantasy of magical realism, and common techniques within film costuming include repetition of similar objects, solid silhouettes within scenes, and various decorative materials used for fantastic expression. Secondly, regarding ideality, the destruction of previous ideas and recreation of the present were found with materials and details used in film costuming to destroy previous ideas. Expressions of character through external decoration and depiction of living things as not living were also found. Thirdly, reiteration showed the coexistence of history and legend, reality and fantastic elements, and arrangement of opposing elements.
A Study on the 'Rainy Look' of the Contemporary Fashion
Yang, A-Rang ; Lee, Hyo-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 65, issue 1, 2015, Pages 15~29
DOI : 10.7233/jksc.2015.65.1.015
The fashion items of the "Rainy Look" has become fashion items that could be worn in any weather. Accordingly, there is a need for this study to research the fashion items of the Rainy Look as its influence is becoming big enough to impact modern fashion and expand into the high fashion and street fashion. First of all, the purpose of this study is to analyze the fashion items of the Rainy Look that were represented in the high fashion and street fashion of 21st century. And the analysis was performed using the following categories: the functional aspect, aesthetic aspect, and the formativeness of fashion items. Through this, the study provided fashion styling materials using the Rainy Look fashion items. This study examined the concepts and characteristics of the Rainy Look as a literature study and analyzed its characteristics, which appeared in collections and street fashions. Especially as attires coordinated with business casuals in the street fashion, they appeared often among commuting office workers. And the conveniences of having a string in the waistline or securing storage space or detachable function. On the contrary, traditional raincoat designs appeared often in high fashion and as feminine styles, which is characterized by a slimmed waist with a use of a belt. and a flared lower part, such as shoulder patch or strap.
Empirical Analysis for Catholic Liturgical Vestments after 1960's - Focused on the Collections of Daejeon Saint Mary's Girls' High School -
Lee, Ho Jung ; Cho, Woo Hyun ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 65, issue 1, 2015, Pages 30~45
DOI : 10.7233/jksc.2015.65.1.030
This study summarizes the dissemination aspects of liturgical vestments in Korea, and organizes the value and meanings of these disseminations as it appeared in the history of costumes by carrying out an empirical analysis on the relics of liturgical vestments since the modern times. It also examines its design characteristics as well. Liturgical vestments have symbolic meaning for the purpose and solar term of ceremonial occasions and it also functions as a way to differentiate the position and duty of the clergy. Liturgical vestments developed on the basis of ancient Greek-Roman costumes and transformed each situation and social trend of the age. Korean liturgical vestments started with their traditional costumes, in 1887, it were changed into French(western) style with freedom of religious. After the secondary Vatican Council held in 1962, various regulations were changed to spread the Catholic doctrines and ideology. This study conducted an empirical analysis and design consideration on the 28 relics of modern liturgical vestments on the basis of the foregoing standard and concept. As a result of analysis, relics were investigated as research materials worn by Bishops after 1960s. And design elements are that the relics used materials and ornament of Hanbok with flower patterns and decoration such as letter patterns including 壽(life) 福(luck) 喜(pleasure) as well as Chrysanthemum and Mancaowen design. These transition reflected by amend regulation of Vatican Council II. Accordingly, this data has been confirmed to be important for the history of costumes as it informs what process of changes liturgical vestments spread in Korea went through before they are worn as current appearance.
A Study on the National Competency Standards of Fashion Accessories Production
Suh, Seung-Hee ; Lee, Shin-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 65, issue 1, 2015, Pages 46~60
DOI : 10.7233/jksc.2015.65.1.046
This study analyzed the process of development and verification of standards through the competency analysis of fashion accessories products in the development of 'National Competency Standards'(NCS), which was carried out in 2013 for the fashion industry. The NCS for fashion accessories production was developed through three Focus Group Interviews (FGIs) and fashion accessories production was defined as "the process of design, development and manufacture intended to produce items that improve the degree of completion of fashion products that are produced from textile fabric, knitted fabric, leather and other materials such as bags, belts, hats, gloves, scarves, neckties and socks with the exception of clothes". The competency unit for fashion accessories production was analyzed in 11 categories: development of design; development of materials; production of prototype samples; calculation of cost; determination of mass production model and price; planning of main manufacture process; ordering of materials; planning for mass production; preparation for mass production; mass production; and inspection of completed products, and the verification was carried out on development outcomes through a survey carried out of on-site personnel. This study recommends the following direction for future improvements based on an analysis of the development process of the NCS for fashion accessories production. First, future development of standards should first provide a rational category system for each area of fashion good production based on the production process, which should be followed by a detailed competency survey. Second, in order to ensure a more efficient verification survey, an expert for each competency unit should be designated for the develop standard to induce a more sincere response. Also the questionnaire should require supplementation in order to collect the various additional opinions of experts of the field. Finally, this study concludes that it is urgent to procure an education infrastructure and specialized professors in order to apply the competency standard for fashion accessories production to the education sector. This study also concludes that the government will be required to provide systematic and consistent support aimed at supplementing development and forming a firm collaborative working environment for the industry and academia in order to improve the current education environment and build a more field-oriented education environment.
Research on Development and Customer Response of a Virtual Wedding Experience Application
Choi, Jin-Eun ; Kim, Kyung-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 65, issue 1, 2015, Pages 61~75
DOI : 10.7233/jksc.2015.65.1.061
This study is analyzes how consumers view the market leading Virtual Wedding Application in order to contribute to the development of the wedding industry in the future. The research consists of the following steps: questionnaires with detailed items were used to develop the application, the wedding application was developed, and questionnaires were used to get consumer responses. The results are as follows: 1) paid application service providing useful information is appropriate for busy consumers. 2) Regular updates regarding wedding trend are needed. 3) Augmented reality or development of HMD based virtual experience programs should be considered as virtual experience technology on smart devices evolve. 4) Wedding consumers want all kinds of instant information to be presented in harmony, so the application should allow consumers to obtain and to purchase information at the same time. 5) The application can help consumers to share the process of total wedding coordination with others around them. 6) Since people's awareness on virtual experience is relatively low, marketing strategies such as identifying the wedding application from other applications should be used as well as promoting useful functions are important.
Up-cycling Product Development for Daily Household Supplies Utilizing Used Jeans
Ahn, In-Sook ; Kim, Ho-Kyung ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 65, issue 1, 2015, Pages 76~88
DOI : 10.7233/jksc.2015.65.1.076
Excessive spending and the ever-changing fashion trends lead to an increase in material production to meet consumers' needs, which also in turn, increase the amount of industrial waste and many harmful pollutants. To address this problem, this study aimed to utilize discarded jeans' parts, reconstructing them into edgy and functional designs for everyday products. Six pairs of discarded jeans were collected and were used to create six types of functional products -three types of baskets, a bag, a slipper, and a key-holder. The benefits of up-cycling outweigh recycling because it not only increases the recycling rate, but also decreases the amount of energy and cost, thereby increasing the efficiency in recreating new innovative products. These proposed up-cycling ideas will serve as a great alternative for consumers to actively participate in reducing carbon emission, water usage, and waste to landfill by utilizing used clothing. This will guide how consumers can extend the life of their used clothing, utilize recyclable items more thoroughly, and keep used clothing out of landfills.
Fashion Cultural Products Design using Folk Belief Symbols - Focused on Changsuengs and Sotdaes -
Kim, Ji Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 65, issue 1, 2015, Pages 89~103
DOI : 10.7233/jksc.2015.65.1.089
The purpose of this study is to design fashion-cultural products by reviewing the symbolism in Changseung and Sotdae, which are folk belief sculptures. This study was performed by literature reviews of Changseung and Sotdae in order to look into the characteristics of folk belief and traditional culture, and the designs were developed from the symbolism extracted from Changseung and Sotdae with photoshop CS5 and illustrator CS5. The Symbolism of Changseung and Sotdae were as follows: First, Changseung and Sotdae express the 'symbiotic world view' that human beings need to devote one's life to nature. Second, original materials were saved in order to achieve the 'pursuit of essence'. Third, 'simple esthetic expression' was symbolized through the undivided condition between art, religion and life. And fourth, 'empathic humor' was seen through the basis of emotional sense of affinity. The first concept of design development was 'Pursuit of Essence', which was inspired by the characteristics of 'symbiotic world view' and 'pursuit of essence'. Changseungs were expressed as simple and abstract, and Sotdaes as simplified and modern by symmetrical and rotating copy. The second concept, 'Touch of Humor' was inspired by 'simple esthetic expression' and 'emphatic humor'. The face of Changseungs was exaggerated in a humorous ways and Sotdae was developed as sub-motives. The items for the fashion-cultural design were T-shirts, bags, and scarves. Total of 24 items were developed with 4 differently styled designs for each concept. This study was based on basic culture and attempted to diversify the traditional culture items. It hopes to raise the value of traditional culture, and furthermore help build up national competitiveness.
Knit Design Using 3D Virtual Clothing Simulation Program of Knit CAD System
Lee, Seul-A ; Lee, Yoon Mee ; Lee, Younhee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 65, issue 1, 2015, Pages 104~117
DOI : 10.7233/jksc.2015.65.1.104
Recently, the fashion industry has been integrating with The IT industry in order to develop in various ways. This study looks into ways to utilize the 3D CAD system, which would reduce time and cost while producing samples, and strengthen the communication between the brand and its cooperators by deploying knit designs using Knit CAD system's 3D virtual clothing program. The research method was reference, Internet resources 3D fashion CAD system and 3D Knit CAD system. Based on the data, simulation of the complete design of 4 deployed knit designs was done by using 3D virtual clothing program of the Knit CAD system utilizing knit design elements. One of each design element among the virtual clothing designs was chosen to produce real clothing, and the experts did verification on the appearance assessment of 3D virtual clothing knit designs of the Knit CAD system. As a result, 3D virtual clothing knit design of the Knit CAD system proved itself as an efficient system in terms of time and cost.
Wearable Sensing Device Design for Biological Monitoring
Lee, Jee Hyun ; Lee, Eun Ji ; Kim, Ji Eun ; Kim, Yoolee ; Cho, Sinwon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 65, issue 1, 2015, Pages 118~135
DOI : 10.7233/jksc.2015.65.1.118
In recent years, smart clothing had been developed in order to better detect and monitor physical movement of the patient, so that such activities such as location identification and biometric recognition could be done. However, most of the sensing devices of smart clothing were limited to smart sensing sports clothing and the designs did not consider the physical characteristics and the behavior of the wearer. Therefore, this study aimed to create an open protection system by developing a wearable sensing device for health monitoring and location information. For this purpose, this study developed eleven types of wearable sensing design that could be commercially sold and worn by people who needed their biological information to be constantly monitored. The study conducted four tests in order to develop three types of sensing devices for various sensing wears. The purpose of this study was to expand the user rang of smart sensing wears, and provide a foundation for the development of distinctive wearable sensing devices reflecting the user. Furthermore, contribute to the design for the person subject to protection.
A Study of the Historical Reconstruction of the Western Man's Coat in the Early of the 19
Ryu, Kyung-Hwa ; Kim, Yang-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 65, issue 1, 2015, Pages 136~149
DOI : 10.7233/jksc.2015.65.1.136
This research aimed to study the making of western men's coats in the early 19th century. First of all, the study figured out the concepts and forms of western men's tops in the early 19th century by collecting and categorizing pictures including engravings, paintings and pattern books, and literature data. Second, this research identified the patterns, sewing, and design techniques by examining the pattern books on men's clothing in the early 19th century, and analyzed the preserved costumes to restore the selected models. Third, this research presented historical evidences and patterns after designing a men's tailcoat of the early
century and checking the fit based on the analyzed forms and design techniques. The research discovered that the analyzed results between the tailcoat forms depicted in literature, pictures and pattern books and preserved costumes were almost identical. From this, it can be assumed that the tailors followed a manual when designing garments during that time given the similarity between historical records and remaining items. In addition, it can be seen that the forms and designing methods of men's clothing in the 19th century were almost similar to that of the modern menswear, despite the differences in producing process.
The Types and Characteristics of the Fashion Styles of the Generation-X Man
Hong, Yun Jung ; Kim, Ri Ra ; Kim, Young In ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, volume 65, issue 1, 2015, Pages 150~163
DOI : 10.7233/jksc.2015.65.1.150
Due to desire for more variation from male consumers within the men's fashion market in Korea, there has been an ongoing development of departmentalization of fashion styles. The Generation-X man, in particular, is the most active member of our current day society, and will be the principal agent in the senior market from here on forth. Thus, this study categorized their preferred fashion styles, and will seek to analyze the behaviors related to the pursuit of clothing of the Generation-X man. The qualitative investigations of the Q-method as well as the quantitative investigation of the SPSS 12.0 were used in conjunction as the method of study. Additionally, images and types resulting from the preceding first-year study entitled "The Type and Characteristics of the Modern Men's Fashion Images" were utilized as part of the surveys. As a result of the Q-method, which was used to derive the preferred fashion styles of the Generation-X man, they were classified into three categories: the classic suit preferring 'conservative class type', the polished, comfortable style preferring 'modern sophisticated type', and the adventure and variety seeking 'uninhibited individualistic style'. After analyzing the factors which influence clothing preference behaviors of these men, a total of seven causes were drawn from the results, including: conservative indifference to fashion, others conscious pursuit of fashion, the aim to show off brand name products, high involvement in the aspect of design, pursuit of TPO, pursuit of self-image, and conformity to fashion. The elements that revealed differences in the behaviors in pursuing clothing within the preferred fashion style types of the Generation-X man included the conservative indifference to fashion, and others conscious pursuit of fashion, which therefore shows that rather than enjoying the fashion lifestyle, these men possess a more conservative disposition instead.