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Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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Journal DOI :
The Korean Society for ClothIng Industry
Editor in Chief :
Do wol hee
Volume & Issues
Volume 1, Issue 4 - Nov 1999
Volume 1, Issue 3 - Aug 1999
Volume 1, Issue 2 - May 1999
Volume 1, Issue 1 - Feb 1999
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의류 특화 신소재와 상품 전개
Kouh, Jae-Oon ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 1, 1999, Pages 1~6
Ahn, Tae-Hwan ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 1, 1999, Pages 7~11
Diagnosis of Collegian's Adaptation Level for Autumn Environment
Kim, Yang-Weon ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 1, 1999, Pages 12~17
The actual clothing conditions were surveyed to diagnose clothing condition of collegians in the view point of adaptation to the thermal environment in fall. Then, clothing climate, physiological responses, and subjective sensation were investigated through wearing trials on human subjects in climatic chamber based on the results from the survey. Factors to evaluate validity of clothing condition were clothing weight, clothing climate, physiological responses of human body, and subjective sensation. Adaptability of this research to thermal environment was compared to the results of Toda's and Duno's of Japan, Chung's results of Korea rural area, and Winslow's clo value. The standard values for wearing trials were values at comfortable zone, such as
of temperature and
of humidity inside clothing,
of ear temperature and
of mean skin temperature. Clothing weight per body surface area was 680.9
in male and 526.7
in women. Cold resistance ability of collegians was superior to Japanese and American, and similar to rural male in Korea. According to the examination of clothing adaptability with clothing weight from the investigation on physiological responses and the actual clothing conditions survey, following were found. Temperature inside clothing (
) was normal, and humidity inside clothing (32.2~54.8%) was at comfortable zone. Mean skin temperature was at its comfortable zone. Therefore, 615
in male and 525
in female were a desirable wearing condition.
The Relationship between Clothing Involvement and Fashion Leadership of Early Adolescents
Choo, Tae-Gue ; Ku, Yang-Suk ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 1, 1999, Pages 18~25
The purpose of this study was to identify the relationship between clothing involvement and fashion leadership of early adolescents. A questionnaire was administered to 232 9th grade students living in Taegu during April of 1998. Data were analyzed by using Factor analysis, Correlation, t-tests, ANOVA, Scheffe test, and Regression analysis. Clothing involvements were factor analyzed resulting five factors such as interest, importance, fashionability, symbolism, and risk perception. Four factors except risk perception factor were used in data analysis. Four clothing involvement factors showed highly positive relations with total clothing involvement. Interest, importance, and fashionability factors showed highly positive relationship each other. Fashionability and interest factors had effect on fashion leadership. Female adolescents were more concerned about clothing interests than male. Adolescents who were high clothing-interested and fashion-oriented purchased more clothing items. Adolescents who showed high clothing involvements such as interest, importance, and fashionability paid much more on purchasing clothes.
The Present Situations of the Apparel CAD Education in Clothing Departments in Domestic Colleges
Kim, Su-Hyun ; Lee, Song-Ja ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 1, 1999, Pages 26~33
Nowadays the Apparel CAD is required in the clothing industries. So many domestic Apparel education institutions are interested in the Apparel CAD education. By investigating the present Apparel CAD education situations in college, the writer shows some data that are helpful to solve the problems in these parts. The purpose of this study is to give some helps in teaching the Apparel CAD in college. The results of this study are as followings, as the use of CAD systems is growing in the clothing industries, many colleges are concerned with the Apparel CAD. As a result, many colleges equip the Apparel CAD systems and the Apparel CAD is taught as special lectures, the part of other courses or regular course in many colleges. Apparel CAD should be taught as a regular course in colleges. And it should be taught systematically with Design CAD and Pattern CAD. But it is taught limitedly as special lectures, the part of other courses and post graduate studies. So it is impossible to educate the students professionally. As many colleges the CAD equipments are not opened to the students, the student's use of CAD systems are limited, so educational environment needs to improve to use CAD systems freely.
A Study on Changes of Practical Korean Costume
Choi, Kyung-Soon ; Kim, Sun-Ryung ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 1, 1999, Pages 34~42
The purpose of this study was to change practical korean costume in 20C. In the early 20C, inflow of western civilization started to change korean costume. Since then gradually changes to be simple in Korean costume. Results of this study can be summarized as follows: Traditional jacket (jeo-go-li) gradually began to be long to waist line. This jacket length was to be long and it sleeve is to be short in early 2OC. Traditional skirt (Chi-rna) length was short to the calf of the leg. Traditional wide skirt was gradually to be narrow and pleats shape look as if it in go-gu-Ryeo Dynasty. The width of pleats was about 3~5 cm, be one-sided, look as if it western style in today. But pleats skirt already existed on a women's of the upper classes in go-gu-Ryeo Dynasty. Women's long Coat (do-lu-ma-gi) length was short to under hip line in late 20c. In this way, the practical idea, the factor of design was because of western idea in civilization ages, early 20C. Since then gradually reformed to be simple in Korean costume. Assuming that the trend of simplification in Korean costume is related to the idea of practical. Therefore Korean costume of living or a reformed Korean costume to be design of practical, functional, convenient, economically. And it must have to traditional idea, it is only beauty of shape, pattern, line, fabric in Korean costume.
Physiological Effects of Different Underwear Materials Thermoregulatory Response during Exercise with Sweating at Cold Environments
Kwon, Oh-Kyung ; Kim, Tae-Kyu ; Son, Du-Hun ; Park, Sung-Han ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 1, 1999, Pages 43~49
This study conducted 4 different kinds of underwear materials, which were A (Cotton 100%), B (Wool 100%), C (Cotton/Wool, 50/50%) and D (Acrylic/Cotton, 50/50%) and were done in a climate chamber under cold ambient
by 6 male subjects who were in good health. Physiological parameters such as rectal and local skin temperature(forehead, forearm, hand, trunk, thigh, leg, foot, back and chest), heart rate, body weight loss, clothing microclimate, blood lactic acid concentration, and wearing sensation were measured. Started with a 15-min rest period, 15-min of exercise 1 (the condition of 4.5 mile/hr walking speed equivalent to with 8.5 Kcal energy consumption on the treadmill) period, 15-min rest period, exercise 2 (after 3minutes warming-up at 3.0. 3.7, 4.5. 5.2. 6.0, 6.7 mile/hr) until exhaustion period, and final 15-min of recovery period were performed. The results were as follows: The lowest mean skin temperature was acrylic/cotton in order of wool > cotton/wool > cotton > acrylic/cotton (F=13. 79. p<0.00l). Most of all skin temperature by parts of body had turned out in sequence of temperature wool > cotton/wool > acrylic/cotton > cotton. Fore arm part showed highest temperature about
on wool and had a tendency approximately
higher than cotton which had the lowest temperature, and had the biggest difference among garments in terms of skin temperature. The back temperature within clothing showed about
higher than the chest temperature within clothing. but the back humidity within clothing showed about 4~12% higher than the chest humidity within clothing. Body weight loss by each garment was this sequence; cotton > acrylic/cotton > wool > cotton/wool.
A Study on the Repeatability of Fabric Drape
Jeong, Young-Jin ; Min, Byung-Ghyl ; Lee, Joon-Seok ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 1, 1999, Pages 50~55
The repeatability of fabric drape was studied. Two methods for draping were used and the relation between node distributions was investigated using statistical analysis. With this, the relationship between node distribution and fabric mechanical properties was studied. The repeated measurements showed that there was no evidence that fabric has intrinsic node number and the mechanical properties influence on the number of nodes.
Swelling and Fibrillation of Lyocell Fibers in Water and NaOH Solution
Min, Byung-Ghyl ; Jeong, Young-Jin ; Kim, Chang-Whan ; Oh, Young-Sae ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 1, 1999, Pages 56~61
Swelling and fibrillation of two kinds of lyocell,
, were investigated using polarizing and scanning electron microscope (SEM).
of a representative lyocell showed that loop tenacity which is related to wrinkle and resilience of fiber does not show significant reduction in wet state. Two kinds of lyocell exhibited surprising degree of swelling in aqueous NaOH solution under free tension. Diameters of
swelled up to 670% and 830%, respectively in the range of around 10% NaOH concentration. Molecular orientation estimated by birefringence also reduced remarkably in alkaline solution. Moreover, diameter and birefringence which changed in alkaline solution did not recovered to original level even after washing and drying. Fibrillation of
fiber observed by SEM seems to be easier than that of
. In order to understand the difference between
, further study on the structure of the two fibers will be followed.
Analysis of Pattern on the Japanese Kosode
Park, Ok-Lyon ; Lee, Hang-Hwa ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 1, 1999, Pages 62~68
The study has examined about the origin and change of traditional Japanese dress "Kosode" and classified it according to its ages and also classified its patterns which appeared on the Kosode by its kinds, and divide the patterns with constituent method and expressional method and so, studied and analyzed them with type of patterns according to the change of the times. The result of research were as follows: 1. Subject of patterns that appeared on the Kosode was used with mainly plant pattern, animals pattern, pictorial pattern, artificial pattern, and abstract patterns. 2. Expressional method of this patterns was mostly expressed simply with tie dyeing in ancient times, but it changed complex its expressional method and diversely due to the development of common's culture as time goes on. 3. For the arrangement of its pattern were arranged regularly mostly make demarcate and though they are as if seemed dispersed, but a characteristic that can find regulations in it. 4. Transition of patterns that appeared on the Kosode it developed at the beginning of ancient syouboon, Katasuso pattern and Katamigaori patterns at the samurai's society in the medieval society and developed to Koicho kosode and Kambun kosode in modern times.
Comparative Studies on Cold Responses wearing Traditional Costume of Korean and Japanese
Sung, Su-Kwang ; Yasukouchi, Akira ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 1, 1999, Pages 69~73
Korean and Japanese, both people have a lot of similarity and complexity in terms of physical constitution and culture. This study might be the first implementation that tries to figure out constitutional differences of both people in scientific way. In this study, subjects were from each country, had been exposed
environment wearing each country's traditional costume- so called Hanbok and Kimono- and all through this experiment we'd compared physiological responses and analyzed differences of cold response go with their own clothing culture. We've obtained following results: Korean had kept maintaining low mean skin temperature basically in cold circumstance, compared with Japanese, have stronger cold tolerance. However, there's no significant difference between Korean and Japanese. Owing to huge influence of wearing other country's traditional costume itself even makes differences of rectal temperature in a cold environment. In addition, in a period of time that wearing other country's traditional costume, thermal sensation would be different according to exposed surrounding temperature.
The Homosexualism expressed in the Modem Fashion
Kim, Jung-Hwan ; Yang, Sook-Hi ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 1, issue 1, 1999, Pages 74~81
The purpose of this study is to review the relationship between modern homosexuals' costume tendency in socio-cultural terms and the garment tendency reflected as high fashion and thereby, determine the homosexualism being established as a recent fashion trend. The homosexualism shown in the fashion were categorized into three aspects; a resistant tendency departing from the conventional controlling culture, a fetishism or perversion tendency satisfying in sexual inclination by emphasizing certain physical parts or using certain items, and play to express a sexual identity departing from the fixed social view. The homosexualism being suggested as new fashion trend in this society dominated by the post-modernism art must mean an integrated sense of sex just beyond a simple perversion to express the self-identity in a natural way. It is conceived that the homosexualism would be expanded towards a new horizon of costumes as long as the division of sexes becomes more obscure and the decentralized bipolarization for mutual co-existence between two sexes continues to be main stream of fashion.