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Volume 3, Issue 5 - Dec 2001
Volume 3, Issue 4 - Nov 2001
Volume 3, Issue 3 - Aug 2001
Volume 3, Issue 2 - May 2001
Volume 3, Issue 1 - Feb 2001
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원적회선 복사특성에 관한 온열효과
Paek, U-Hyon ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 3, 2001, Pages 195~199
한·미·일 3개국의 잠옷에 대한 실태조사
Takahashi, Naomi ; Kaji, Megumi ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 3, 2001, Pages 200~203
Red Image in the Modern Fashion
Kim, Yoon-Kyoung ; Lee, Kyoung-Hee ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 3, 2001, Pages 204~210
The purpose of the study is to clarify red image in the modem fashion. 40 kinds of costume samples being visual power in red have been selected from photographs in fashion magazines and divided into tones: pale (Vp, Lgr, L), bright (P, B), vivid (S, B, Dp), dark (Gr, Dl, Dgr, Dk). The study was measured by using Semantic Differential method. The subjects were 50 students majoring in clothing and textile. The data were analyzed by factor analysis, ANOVA, discrimminant analysis, MDS and regression analysis. The results of analysis are as follow; 1. Factor analysis has extracted 5 factors of red image in the fashion. These factor are Attractiveness, Hardness and Softness, Emotion, Attention, Simplicity. 2. There were significant difference in visual evaluation of red tones. 3. The discrimination among 4 red tones was related to attention and weight of red. 4. Evaluative dimensions of red was classified as Soft-Hard, Lively-Decent. 5. The image effect on Preference, Buying needs, Pleasant and Riches was consist of complicated sensibility.
A Study of Various Collar of Casual Korean Dress
Kwen, Jin ; Park, Hea-Ryoung ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 3, 2001, Pages 211~218
In this paper, various shapes of collar of the casual Korean dress at present are analyzed and are also surveyed the origins from which such designs are derived. Collars of the casual Korean dress are to be classified into Round-collar, Mokpan-collar, Dangco-collar, Knife-collar, Baja-collar, Danryoung-transfer-collar, Double-collar, Transfer-collar, and so on. Round-collar, Mokpan-collar, Dangco-collar, Knife-collar, Baja-collar, Danryoung-transfer-collar, Double-collar, Transfer-collar are motivated from the classical types of collar during the dynasty of the Choxian and adopted without any modifications. However, modifications to meet modern sense with the basic motif on the classical types of collar are applied to Transfer-collar where all kinds of collar shapes since ancient times are referred for modifications. In addition, collars such as Double-collar, Hi-neck-collar, which are not found in the classical Korean dress, could be said to be created only for the casual Korean dress From the above, it could be seen that most collars of the casual Korean dress are based on the shapes of the classical Korean dress. Therefore, it could be also confirmed that the casual Korean dress design has its identity originated from the classical Korean dress since the ancient times.
An analysis on the Formative Aesthetic of Thierry Mugler' Clothing
Joo, So-Hyun ; Lee, Kyoung-Hee ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 3, 2001, Pages 219~226
This study analyzed the works, introduced in the collections of Thierry Mugler in an aim to identify formative aesthetic and design concepts. As the data to study the creative concepts and expressions of the designer, fashion photographs were gathered in a focus on collections. The formative aesthetic expressed in the works of Thierry Mugler were characterized by the eroticism and the futurism. The formative aesthetic of eroticism were specified into the sexualism, primitivism and fetishism, and those of futurism were divided into the cosmocorps and the grotesque. The eroticism was based on the design concept on the body of woman. The sexuality was expressed through the design concept of opposing, extreme and conversion method. The primitivism was presented through the design concept of extreme method to express a returning to nature and a nostalgia and an adoration for the past. The pieces, expressed the fetishism, was presented through opposing concepts, such as a bondage and an extreme expose. It was indicated that the design concept of futurism was based on the future. The cosmocorps was expressed through the extreme method by using geometrical formative aesthetic and contrast color combination. The grotesque represented the mysterious and abhorrent futurism through the design concept of depaysment conversion and analogy.
Classification of the Somatotype by Obesity Indexes and Body Cognition of Female College Students
Sung, Min-Jung ; Kim, Hee-Eun ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 3, 2001, Pages 227~234
The purpose of this study was to classify real somatotype by their obesity degree and to investigate cognitive somatotype by their body consciousness in female college students. The subjects were 172 female college students aged from 19 to 23 living in Taegu. Average height of the subjects was 161.33 em, weight was 52.49 kg, Rohrer Index was 125.33, BMI was 20.18, Vervaeck Index was 84.03, and percentage of body fat was 26.07. In classification of the subjects by 3 body indexes, lean figure took 37.79~50.00%, normal figure took 45.35~54.65%, and obese figure took 4.65~8.14% and in classification of the subjects by percentage of body fat was, lean figure took 38.95%, normal figure took 46.51%, and obese figure took 14.54%. In consciousness and satisfaction about body parts, the subjects recognized that their girth items were 'thick', length items were 'short', and weight was 'heavy'. Also they generally preferred slender and long body.
Effect of Body Shaping by Wearing Girdle
Park, Eun-Joo ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 3, 2001, Pages 235~240
This paper was intended to grasp an effect of body shaping by wearing girdle using moire topography. In wearing test, four type girdle were used, panty type, long leg type, high waist type, long leg and high waist type. Subjects were ten female college student (18-24 years old), they were selected on the size of the hip girth, waist girth that are within 25~75% in percent on the National Anthropometric survey of Korea in 1997. Three-dimentional characteristic of body shaping was analyzed by the moire topograph. As a result, body shaping effect was confirmed by moire pattern and horizantal section map. In case of the comparison through the moire topography, all the subjects have an effect on body shaping in part of waist girth, abdomen, and hip. Especially backside silhouettes on hip all the ten female subjects showed hip-up effect. Long leg type girdle was smooth side line in the hip and thigh. Further study required for the effect of wearing the girdle on the body shapeability and comfort.
An Analysis of Character Image Used to Fashion Commodity
Yoo, Tai-Soon ; Baek, Kyung-Sil ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 3, 2001, Pages 241~248
The purpose of this study is to examine the preference according to the domestic fashion company use the character image of the inside and outside of the country, the recognition for the importance of the character by examining the purchasing behavior of high school girls and college women as the major consumer in the character fashion commodity (in the center of the clothe and accessory), and the aid for the self-development and the licensing of the character in the future. This study targeted 491 high school girls and college women in Daegu and Kyung-pook area. The character preference according to the character image applied the fashion commodity was used the scale of seven point modified the S D (Semantic Differential) method for Kim, Chun-Ae's image measure. The followings are the conclusions of this study; Both the group of high school girls and the group of college women almost represented the similar reaction result for the images of 9 characters. For the preference of the group of high school girls and the group of college women for 9 character, for characters Tweety, Bugs Bunny, the group of college women represented more preference than the group of high school girls. However, for characters of Hello Kitty, Pazama sister's and Dalki, the group of high school girls represented more preference than the group of college women.
Purchase Intention of Fashion Goods on Internet Shopping Mall - The Difference to Follow Internet Shopping Mall Utility Actual Condition and the Socioeconomic Variable -
Jung, Jin-Ho ; Park, Hea-Ryung ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 3, 2001, Pages 249~256
This study was to investigate difference across socioeconomic groups in factors of purchase intention of apparel in internet shopping mall and in satisfaction were internet shopping mall. A questionnaire was administered to collage students majoring in fashion design during May of 2001. Data was analyzed by using Factor analysis, T-test, one-way ANOVA, Duncan test,
-test. Factor analysis yield three factors of purchase intention, purchase stimulus, convenience and economic and rationality. Significant differences were found across levels of monthly pocket money and types of payment for purchase apparel of internet shopping mall purchase stimulus (factor 1). In convenience and economics (factor 2), differences were also significant across levels of purchase frequency, product price and payment ways of internet sopping mall. Significant difference was identified across sex type and levels of product price purchased in internet shopping mall (factor 3). Regarding internet shopping mall satisfaction, differences were significant across levels monthly pocket money and apparel purchase frequency of in internet shopping mall.
Married Women's The Difference of Conspicuous Consumption of Clothing according to Lifestyle
Shin, Hyun-A ; Jo, Pil-Gyo ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 3, 2001, Pages 257~264
The purpose of this study was to investigate general conspicuous consumption tendency of married women and to identify differences of the conspicuous consumption according to their lifestyle and socia-demographic variables. The data were collected via self-administered questionnaires from 423 married women (20 to 60 years old) in Daegu Metropolitan City. Data were analyzed by factor analysis, reliability analysis, frequencies and one-way ANOVA. Main results of this study are as follows: (a) Married women's tendency of the conspicuous consumption of clothing was generally low, (b) The more consumption-, achievement-orientated they were, the higher was the tendency to the conspicuous consumption of clothing. The more economy-, family- orientated they were, the lower was the tendency to the conspicuous consumption of clothing, (c) The younger they were, the more fashion-oriented they were and they showed the tendency of spending their money excessively to acquire clothing. The higher educational qualifications and household income were, the higher was the tendency of spending disposable income on clothing.
Clothing Microclimate and Subjective Sensation according to Wearing Hanbok of Korean and Japanese
Sung, Su-Kwang ; Kim, Myo-Hyang ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 3, 2001, Pages 265~270
Korea and Japan, neighboring two nations, have similar cultural background and complicated relations in terms of their culture and constitution. In this study, clothing microclimate and subjective sensation of Korean and Japanese subjects for Hanbok, traditional costumes of Korea, were assessed and investigated differences between them. The results of the study were as follows. For Hanbok, the temperature within clothing at the chest have significant correlations with the variables of race and elapsed time with p<0.001. At the thigh, correlations with elapsed time were significant (p<0.001). For the humidity within clothing at the chest of Hanbok, correlations with variables of race were significant (p<0.001). At the thigh, correlations with race and elapsed time were significant(p<0.001). For Hanbok, Korean group reported 'slightly warm' whereas Japanese group reported 'hot' in the thermal sensation. For the humid sensation, Korean group reported 'neutral' and Japanese group reported 'humid'. For the comfort sensation, Korean group reported 'slightly uncomfortable' and Japanese group reported 'uncomfortable'. Japanese group reported high relation with comfort sensation and humidity of microclimate.
Effects of Differents types of Clothing and Colours on Clothing Microclimate in the Subjects wearing Sports Wear under Sunlight
Kim, Tae-Kyu ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 3, 2001, Pages 271~276
In this study, We endeavored to revaluate the effects of different types of clothing and colors on clothing microclimate in the subjects wearing sports wear at sunlight environment. This study was conducted 4 different kinds (cotton 100%) of clothing ensembles, that was W-1(long trousers and shirt of white color), B-1 (long trousers and shirt of black color), W-s (short trousers and shirt white color), B-s (short trousers and shirt black color) and were done in a climate chamber under sunlight ambient temperature (
) by three males subject who are in good healthy. Start a 20-min rest period, 20-min bouts of exercise and final 20-min recovery period were performed. The kinetic load was given for 20 minutes under the condition of 6.0 km/hr walking speed on the treadmill. The results is as followed In case of same type of garment, temperature within clothing which is based on difference of color the white ensemble keeps higher temperature than black one. According to distribution chart of temperature within clothing in case of chest, white one shows higher temperature than black one, in case of back, black one shows higher temperature than white one. Difference of heart rate was so clear and sequence is W-1>B-1>W-s>B-s, so we could find same tendency with temperature within clothing.
Evaluation of Antibacterial Activities of Chitosan Treated Fiber Waddings
Yoo, Hye-Ja ; Lee, Hye-Ja ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 3, 2001, Pages 277~282
The effect of chitosan on antibacterial activities of cotton, wool and polyester fibers was investigated by shake flask method. Chitosan was treated in 0.1%, 1% and 2%
solution to reduce the molecular weight in 4 steps, wadding of cotton, wool and polyester were treated in 0.1%, 0.3% and 0.5% of chitosan solution which were dissolved in 2% acetic acid aqueous solution. The antibacterial activities of the fiber wadding treated and untreated by chitosan against Escherichia coli, Proteus vulgaris and Stephylococcus aureus were measured by shake flask method. On the untreated waddings, cotton showed better antibacterial activities than wool, but on the treated ones, wool showed better than cotton. The antibacterial activity of polyester was better than that of cotton or wool which preserved before and after the chitosan treatment against the three kinds of bacteria. When the chitosan treated cotton waddings was retreated in NaOH aqueous solution, their bacterial activities decreased. After laundering, the antibacterial activities of the treated cotton and wool waddings kept good, but that of the treated polyester reduced by almost half.
Effect of Treating Conditions on Dyeing Property of Anti-Shrinkage Wool Fabric Treated with Chlorination and Monoethanol Aminesulpbite Resin
Hwang, Back-Soon ; Lee, Ja-Ho ; Park, Jung-Whan ; Kim, Duk-Ly ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 3, 2001, Pages 283~289
Shrink resist finishing of wool fabric was carried out with Monoethanol aminesulphite (MONAMIN BTN) shrink resist agent after chlorination with Dichloro isocyanuric acid (DCCA). The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of treating conditions, such as concentrations of DCCA and MONAMIN BTN, pH of treating bath, dyeing times, curing times and temperatures, on dyeing property of wool fabrics. K/S values and fastness properties of dyed wool fabrics were measured. The K/S values of dyed fabrics were increased gradually with increasing concentration, and decreased with increasing curing time. The optimum dyeing time and curing temperature were 60 min and
, respectively. Also it seems likely that the shrink resist finishing carried out at 3% (o.w.f.) of MONAMIN BTN and pH 7 of resin treating bath is effective in increasing K/S values. Light fastness of fabric dyed was very poor and the fastness of fabric dyed was not influenced by the treatment conditions.