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The Korean Society of Fashion Business
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Volume 2, Issue 4 - Dec 1998
Volume 2, Issue 3 - Oct 1998
Volume 2, Issue 2 - Jun 1998
Volume 2, Issue 1 - Feb 1998
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A Study on the Influences on the Contemporary Fashion Industry of the 60s Young Fashion
Choi, Bee-Sook ; Cho, Kyu-Hwa ;
Fashion business, volume 2, issue 2, 1998, Pages 11~25
The purpose of this paper is to investigate how the young fashion which maintains a large share of fashion market emerged in the 1960s, its characteristics and what its influences on the contemporary fashion industry are. In particular, I am going to consider the significance of the young fashion by looking at the formation of niche market, the emergence of mass market for fashion, the expansion of aesthetic categories. we will be able to see the 60s young fashion of the young generation who emerged as new consumers in mass consumer culture exerted important influences on the contemporary fashion industry. First, the counterculture of young generation who rebeled against the uniformity of mass production helped the formation of new niche market. Second, the young fashion which pursued the lower prices for fashion made a big contribution to the popularization of fashion. The young generations tendency to demand new things and rapid change coincided with that of inexpensive popular fashion people can buy and change more easily than expensive high fashion. Lastly, the playful tendency of the young fashion expanded the aesthetic boundaries of the clothing, going beyond the uniformity of modernism with the emergency of diverse fashion materials - fabric and textiles - enable by technological development and the miniaturization of forms as revealed in mini skirt.
A Study on the Type and Symbolism of Yopae in the Ere of the Three Kingdoms - Mainly Classifying the Type of the Big Yopae -
Kim, Eun-Joo ; Kim, Moon-Ja ;
Fashion business, volume 2, issue 2, 1998, Pages 26~36
Taking in a broad sense, the Big Yopae has two kinds of big oval type and chained small squares or big oval type and chained small oval one. These are named as I type and II type. Again, it is divided into
of plain oval and
of dented one.
means that the big and small oval is dented. This study surveyed the Big Yopae according to each ages. They seemed to be created similar times and it is hard to distinguish I-A from II-A type. After that, the big oval varied as dented one and the small oval as well accordingly. Generally, the Big Yopae have rectangle decoration and this showed that the top decoration was influenced by northern culture. It is designated as bird feather style top decoration in this study. The bird feather inserting decoration, which was come from the northern nomadic tribes culture, was started as shamanism to bird and developed into 'Scythe-shaped' tail mode. 'Scythe-shaped' tail mode is considered to have same type with making an application to the bird feather type top decoration.
A Classify Fashion Goods by 'Fashion Risk Perception'
Kim, Young-Ran ; Yoo, Tai-Soon ;
Fashion business, volume 2, issue 2, 1998, Pages 37~45
The purpose of this study is to survey and classify the differences of the perceived fashion risk according to the apparels and accessories that consumers purchased. 243 ungraduate were separated into three groups and asked to rate 15 fashion risk concerns about each item on 5-point scale. The number of item was 103 in the total of the three group. Data were analyzed by using Mean, SO, ANOVA, Factor Analysis, Cluster Analysis, Cronbach
with SAS program. The result of this study was high perceived risk in leather Jacket, suit, long coat, sunglasses. The most important factor of the perceived risk structure in the fashion goods was about the perceived risk perception of others. The apparels and accessories which completes the dress were classified into the same cluster. Consumers don't perceive the fashion goods independently, but they make much of the combination of other items.
A Study on the Actual Condition of Using Sewing Machine for Women's Wear Supplicers(I) - Focused on Possession and Idleness Circumstances -
Kim, Eun-Hee ; Sohn, Hee-Soon ;
Fashion business, volume 2, issue 2, 1998, Pages 46~53
The purpose of this study is to survey and analyze the conditions and automation of sewing machines and thereby, address the problems and their solutions to help local sewn products enhance their international competitiveness. The results of study can be summarized as follows : 1. It was found that most of the sample companies were getting smaller scale or pettier in terms of capital, number of employees or scale of factory. The interest in facility investment was relatively higher, which suggests high interest of our sewing companies in facility investment. 2. Most of the sample companies were well equipped with the essential and several auxiliary sewing machines, but poorly equipped with the special or automated sewing machines. 3. The ratio of idle machines was highest in sewing work, compared with cutting or finishing work, primarily due to decreased orders, aging machines or reduced manpower.
A Study on the Proximity of Clothing to Self and Proximity of Cosmetic to Self by Degree of Cosmetics
Jo, Ki-Yeu ; Yoo, Tai-Soon ;
Fashion business, volume 2, issue 2, 1998, Pages 66~76
The purpose of this study was to examine the proximity of clothing to self and proximity of cosmetic to self by Degree of Cosmetics. The scales used in this study include the arranged on the basis of Sontag (1978) 's study for proximity of clothing to self, and the scale developed by the researcher for proximity of cosmetic to self. The subjects of this study were 885 adult women in Taegu. The data collected were analyzed by using MANOVA, ANOVA, and the Cronbach a was also applied. The results of this study were summarized as follows: 1. The persons with high degree of cosmetics showed high degrees of joy of change, self-value expression, novelty, self-consciousness and consciousness to others in the sub-factors of proximity of clothing to self, while there was not significant difference in physical satisfaction. 2. The persons with high degree of cosmetics showed high degrees of social confidence, skin care, joy of change, self-satisfaction, instrument of disguise in the sub-factors of proximity of cosmetic to self.
A Study on the Conditions of Apparel Products of Stretch Material (II)
Park, Jin-Young ; Sohn, Hee-Soon ;
Fashion business, volume 2, issue 2, 1998, Pages 77~84
As a result of surveying the process for sewing, the problems involving the outlook of sewn apparels were error off the standard dimensions and uneven sizes, which verifies the need for urgent technological guidance and development. On the other hand, the majority of the businesses were operating their sewing machines at the speed of 2,000 rpm or higher. Such a conventional working method may not well reflect the properties of the stretch fabrics, causing poorer quality products. Moreover, most of the businesses were using the ball-point needles which should be replaced with appropriate ones for stretch fabric. The types of feed dog which were used most were Drop feed, Union feed, Confound feed, Differential feed in their oder. Anyway, the automatized dog should urgently replace these inefficient ones for stretch fabric. Meanwhile, the types of presser foot which were used most were Plain foot, Teflon foot, Roller foot, Ring foot in their order, which also necessitates their replacement which Teflon foot. 2. As a result of surveying the process for finishing and inspection, while the causes scores less than 3 points, those due to pressers scored more than 3 points. This results suggests that a technological guidance is needed for the pressing work. Lastly, the causes of defect due to poor outlook attributable to such notions as button or zipper and those due to the uneven sizes scored more than 3 points, which suggests that the entire of needle works should be reformed through scientific research and technological guidance.
A Study on the Revitalization of the Fashion Design Studios
Cho, Kyu-Hwa ; Kim, Ji-Young ;
Fashion business, volume 2, issue 2, 1998, Pages 85~96
This is a study on the revitalization of the fashion design studios (planning and production companies of clothing) in compliance with the request from the Small and Medium Business Administration. It's purpose is to strengthen the competence of the petty company and eventually frourish the Korean Fashion Business. The research method to conduct this study consists of two parts. First part is the research on the domestic industry mainly by questionaire, interviews and literature reviews. After making out the directory of the design studios (total of 700), 85 studios were selected for the questionaire. And by interviewing them, data with more depth was obtained. The second part is the research of the foreign cases. In the case of Japan, survey was done on the spot. However, in the case of Italy, literature review and interview with specialists were made. Also in order to higher the efficiency of the study an advisory committee and final explanatory meeting was carried into effect. This study has started first by looking into the significance and function of the fashion design studios. Then, a full scale examination was made centering around the questionarie of the present conditions of the companies. General conditions were first observed. Then the survey was done by grouping the industry by the industrial classifications such as woven, knit, leather mustang fur and fashion accesaries. The problems these companies face are that they are petty in scale and in lack of speciality, professional training, government support. Also, they are without an association or an organization that speaks for them and they face problems while doing business with others. Cases of Japan and Italy were surveyed as the example of the advanced nations. In the case of Japan, development of planning and management company, Fashion Soft House, was analyzed. Italy for instance, the function of the studios was looked into centering around the silk complex, Como, knit product complex, Capri. Also, precedent cases of brands and developing factor of the fashion industry was examined. Finally, on the basis of the result of the study, a plan to revitalize the fashion design studios was presented centering around the strategic planning, management, production, developing of talent, improvement of relationship between business acqaintance, and the support policy of the government.