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Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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The Korean Society for ClothIng Industry
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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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패션산업과 IT산업의 현황과 전망
Lee, Seung-Yeop ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 4, 2001, Pages 307~312
An Analysis of Actual Condition on the Fashion Model in Korea
Kim, Jung-Won ; Bae, Jong-Kil ; Shin, Sang-Won ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 4, 2001, Pages 313~322
This study was designed to investigate actual conditions(the types and the personal physical job related factors) of fashion model in Korea. Survey was done through questionnaire data, 194 fashion models were involved survey. The data were analyzed by using frequency, cluster analysis. The results of this study were as follows : 1) The largest sample were as follows (about personal physical related factors) : unmarried, college graduate and undergraduate, resident in the Seoul, 2-24 yrs female with 175-177 cm, 52-54 kg, B-W-H (33-24-35 inch). 2) The largest sample (about job related factors) were as follows: getting private educational institution, 1-2 yrs job experience, B grade, less than 600,000 won for salaries, 100,000-190,000 won at a stage, 5-6 yrs duration of model work, inexperience in the international fashion stage, take up a foreign language, fashion magazine for fashion source, image and look of individuality for a necessary condition. The motive for job was the concern in the job. Problems with a guarantee were pointed out for the betterment working conditions. 3) The types of fashion model were classified into 4 types : the type of lack of professionalism, the type of show off one's talents, the type of dissatisfaction with working condition, the type of maturity of professionalism.
The Relationship between Clothing Involvement and Fashion Leadership of Fashion Models and College Women
Song, Jung-A ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 4, 2001, Pages 323~329
The purpose of this study was to identify the relationship between clothing involvement and fashion leadership of fashion models and college women. For this study, 113 fashion models and 265 female college students were analyzed. Factor analysis, Correlation, t-test and Regression analysis were used in data analyses. Clothing involvement was factor analyzed resulting five factors such as interest, pleasure, fashionability, risk perception and symbolism. Three clothing involvement factors had highly positive relations with total clothing involvement. Interest, pleasure and fashionability factors were related with each other: Fashionability and interest factors had an effect on fashion opinion-leadership and fashion innovation. Significant differences were found between fashion models and female college students in regard to clothing involvement and fashion leadership. Fashion models and female college students differed significantly in clothing interest and fashionability. Fashion models and female college students differed significantly in fashion opinion-leadership and fashion innovation. Fashion models were more fashion opinion leaders and fashion innovators than female college students.
A Positioning Map according to Satisfaction of Sensibility Elements and Screen Composition Elements of Internet Fashion Shopping Mall
Park, Hyun-Hee ; Ku, Yang-Suk ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 4, 2001, Pages 330~336
The purpose of this study was to construct positioning maps according to satisfaction of sensibility elements and screen composition elements of internet fashion shopping mall by using multidimensional scaling (MDS). A questionnaire and internet-site surfing was used for this research, and 200 responses were used for data analysis. MDS analysis showed the satisfaction levels of 10 sensibility elements and 5 screen composition elements satisfaction for 8 selected internet fashion shopping malls.
Study on the Changes of Men's Hair Styles of Japan - from Ancient to Modern -
Jo, Ki-Yeu ; Jung, Yeon ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 4, 2001, Pages 337~343
This study was purposed to see how men's hair styles of Japan had changed throughout history and results of the study was as follows. There are such evidences as topknots in its primitive styles and wooden combs that several hair styles were tried already in the primitive Jomon Period. In the Yayoi period, bare topknot style without crowns and Mizura style in which hair drop down both ears were popular. In the period of ancient burial mounds, Mizura style was dominative style and varied its form and shape according to classes and status. In the Aska and Nara era, topknot-in-the-crown style in which hair bound in one as in continental style and put in crown or hood, which style was influenced by the Sui and the Tang periods of China. Since the Heian period, topknot-in-the-Ebosi style, binding style, and Karawa style as well as topknot-in-the-crown style came in sight and Sakayaki style became popular in the Kamakura and Muromachi periods. In the Momoyama period, Chasenmage style and Ichomage style were spread widely. In the early Edo era, Wakashumage style and Yaromage style as well as Ichomage style were preferred. In the middle of Edo era in which form and shape of topknot was more distinct symbol of class, status and job than in any other period, Tachmach style under the influence of the Punkin and Honda modes. Sonno style was popular in the late Edo era. There was a drastic disappearance of topknot style by the hair-cutting order during the Meiji Restoration period and civilized hair style of the Jankiri style, a kind of dishevelled hair style without making a topknot was in fashion and continued to the present.
Sputter Etching and Chlorination of Wool Fabric
Hwang, Back-Soon ; Lee, Jae-Ho ; Park, Jung-Whan ; Kim, Duk-Ly ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 4, 2001, Pages 344~350
Wool fabrics were treated with dichloro isocyanuric acid (DCCA) and dyed with acid dyes (C.I. Acid Red 18), and then, they were treated by sputter etching. Wool fabrics had been sputtered with aluminium under various conditions such as sputter etching time and discharge power in the presence of argon gas. We compared mechanical properties, colour difference and fastness properties of these samples one another: Mechanical properties and colour difference of sputtered wool fabrics changed by sputter etching time, discharge power and DCCA concentration. Light fastness showed a rising tendency but rubbing fastness showed a downward tendency when sputter etching time was 7 minutes.
A Study on the Hair Shape Related to Permanent Wave Damage - Focused on the Top Part of Hair Sample
Kim, Sung-Nam ; Nam, Yoon-Ja ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 4, 2001, Pages 351~356
The purpose of these experiments is to improve the perm techniques which are fast growing and changing in our life style, for customer satisfaction and to use as basic data for academic purpose through comparing between two methods which are the new permanent wave treatment and the old one. I classified the hair samples to three kinds, which are healthy, normal, and damaged hair. This study is focused on the top part of hair sample which is damaged by strong and long-time sunshine. To get the best result, I use the scanning electron microscope (JSM-5200) as main device of these experiments. The followings are the results of these experiments. First, the new way of permanent wave technique has much more damage on hair than the old one. Second, There are big differences of damaging in this study. The harmed hair has worse result than the healthier hair.
A Study on the Mechanical Properties of Fabrics Treated with Water Soluble Resin
Kwon, Yoon-Jung ; Lee, Mun-Soo ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 4, 2001, Pages 357~361
This paper is concern with the effect of various conditions on mechanical properties of textile fabrics by water soluble resin treatment. Resin treatment of cotton, acetate, viscose rayon, polyester, nylon and acryl fabrics were made by aqueous resin treatment to improve the mechanical properties. The mechanical properties of fabrics, the breaking strength and strain were measured and surface reflectance was measured by color eye. The breaking strength and surface reflectance of fabrics by water soluble resin treatment showed difference by the different treatment concentration. The surface reflectance was increased by water soluble resin treatment. The breaking strength was lower in fabrics with resin treatment than fabrics with none treatment.
A Study on the Softness Properties of Polyester Fabric Using Vapor Type Ozone Treatment
Lee, Mun-Soo ; Kwon, Yoon-Jeong ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 4, 2001, Pages 362~366
We studied on the softness properties of polyester fabric by vapor type ozone processing using ozone's strong oxidation instead of 25% NaOH chemical treatment. When vapor type ozone processing was directly treated to fabrics retaining water to 40% pick up ratio, high concentration ozone was generated oxidation of 3~4% approximately in polyester fabrics and finally its softness improved. The fabric's softness effect was improved because vapor type ozone generated the highest decomposition to oxidation of surface and inter molecules. The experiment revealed that fabric's softness was improved by change of the time of vapor type ozone processing. However, tensile strength and elongation were reduced by increase in time, 60 minute was assumed as the most optimized time to minimize the reduction of fabric's tensile strength and elongation as well as maximizing the fabric's softness.
The Effect of Biopolishing with Cellulase Enzyme on Ramie and Hemp Fabrics
Kim, Jung-Hee ; Yu, Hye-Ja ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 4, 2001, Pages 367~372
Five kinds of commercial ramie and hemp fabrics were treated with cellulase under different concentrations. Samples were mercerized before enzyme treatment to investigate the effect of mercerization on cellulase enzyme treatment. Physical characteristics(weight loss, tear strength retention, wrinkle recovery, drape stiffness, dyeability) of cellulase enzyme treated and untreated samples were measured and compared. X-ray diffractions were examined to verify if there were any changes in their crystallinity of enzyme treated fabrics. Weight loss, wrinkle recovery and degree of crystallinity increased as the concentration of cellulase enzyme increased. In the meanwhile, tear strength retention and drape stiffness and dyeability decreased. Enzyme activity was more effective on mercerized samples. Particularly, there was distinct tendency to increase weight loss and flexibility.
The Effects of Burn-out Printing on the Polyester/Cellulosic Fiber Mixed Fabrics
Kim, Ho-Jung ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 3, issue 4, 2001, Pages 373~377
When the polyester/cellulosic fiber mixed fabrics were treated with sodium hydrogensulfate for burn-out printing, it is examined how the effects of process conditions as concentration of acid, fixation temperature and fixation time act onto the properties of the polyester ground fabrics. The print paste, indalca solution, was mixed with sodium hydrogensulfate and glycerine, and then screen-printed on the fabrics. The properties of the polyester ground fabrics after removing away the cellulosic fibers were investigated. The yellowness index and the breaking load of polyester ground fabrics affected by the process conditions, especially dry heat fixation temperature.