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Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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The Korean Society for ClothIng Industry
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Volume & Issues
Volume 4, Issue 6 - Dec 2002
Volume 4, Issue 4 - Aug 2002
Volume 4, Issue 3 - Jun 2002
Volume 4, Issue 2 - Apr 2002
Volume 4, Issue 1 - Feb 2002
Volume 4, Issue 5 - 00 2002
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POP의 패러다임 변화에 따른 역할 확대
Kwon, Hye-Sook ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 4, issue 1, 2002, Pages 1~4
치장과 변신을 위한 화장
Murasawa, Hiroto ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 4, issue 1, 2002, Pages 5~10
A Study on the Characteristic and Composition Factor of Contemporary Japanese Costume Design
Kim, Hee-Jung ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 4, issue 1, 2002, Pages 11~18
The purpose of this study was to investigate the characteristic and composition factor of Japanese costume design. The stimulus were 25 contemporary costume design which represented the traditional image of Japanese. The main survey of questionary consisted of their evaluation of the Japanese costume image by 26 semantic differential bipolar scales and the subjects were 99 female students majoring in clothing and textiles. The data were analyzed by Factor analysis, Multidimensional Scaling Method and Regression Analysis. The major findings were as follows. As a result of design analysis, contemporary Japanese costume design which represented the traditional image had traditional form, color, texture, pattern, etc. Through factor analysis about Japanese costume image 7 factors were identified; Attractiveness, Attention, Cool and warm, Neatness, Activeness, Maturity, Classics. According to image positioning, Japanese costume design was classified by simple-decorative, soft-hard. As the result of regression analysis, The preference of Japanese costume image was related to attractive factor.
Change and Application of Lace in Europe
Lee, Kyung-Hee ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 4, issue 1, 2002, Pages 19~30
The word 'lace' comes from the Latin, lacium, meaning a knot. There are two broad categories of lace: needlepoint lace and bobbin lace. Lace has enjoyed a multitude of uses, embellishing both liturgical and domestic objects. It has also played a major role in the history of western fashion, adorning the apparel of men as well as women. Lace lappets and cap crowns, cravat ends and veils were made for those who could afford them. Before the end of the sixteen century, more complex techniques were employed. The baroque period, needlepoint lace evolved from the early simple geometric patterns of punto in aria Which enhanced ruffs, to deeply scalloped designs, often referred to as collar lace, and thence to the bold and magnificent relief effects of Venetian gros point. Through the seventeenth century is noted for the infinite variety of its cravat, collar and kerchief, most of them lace trimmed and all artfully contrived for the wearer. The type of sleeve in women's dress reaching just below the elbow, ending in ruffles of lace which was called engageantes. Sometimes the ends of a fichu or headdress decorated of lace. In the nineteenth century, empress Eugenie's love of lace resulted in a marked increase in the use of that lovely, delicate fabrication. It was lavished upon sleeves, hats, capes, and handkerchieves. Entire flounces, parasols, jackets, and shawls of lace were created by skilled lace makers of Europe. By the time this magnificent piece was created, most lace was being produced by machine. Today, the tradition of handmade lace continues, but glorious examples are no longer made. However, the techniques have been taken up and revitalized within the fiber art movement.
A Study on Embroidered Figures of Miao's Traditional Costume Guizhou Province in China
Kim, Young-Sin ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 4, issue 1, 2002, Pages 31~39
The analysis revealed that the pattern represent the function of written language, the Miao's idea of nature as tie object of worship and exorcism, and their primitive thinking. The patterns are chiefly embroidered collars, shoulders of blouse, waist blind and hem lines of skirt. The design of patterns are animals and plants and geometrical figured. Most of patterns are dragon, fishes, birds, butterflies, which are liked by the Miao people. The patterns are highly imaginative and true to life, and are made with strong national and popular features.
Clothing Purchasing Behavior of Department Store Credit Card Users according to Fashion Lifestyle
Yu, Eun-Jeong ; Ku, Yang-Suk ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 4, issue 1, 2002, Pages 40~46
The purpose of this study was to classify the clothing purchasing behavior of department store credit card users according to fashion lifestyle. The questionnaire was administrated to 346 female department store credit card users aged over 20 living in Daegu, Frequency factor analysis, cluster analysis, one-way Analysis of Variance (ANA), MANOVA, Scheffe test,
-test and t-test were used for satistical analysis. The consumers' lifestyle was classified by fashion oriented, practical and self conspicuous. The results showed that the credit card users' clothing purchasing behavior was different according to the fashion lifestyle. The self conspicuous group showed the highest score in impulse buying.
A Study of Consumer Evaluations and Preferences for Men's Fashion Style Image
Oh, Hee-Sun ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 4, issue 1, 2002, Pages 47~55
This paper is to study pertinent consumer evaluations and preferences of fashion depending upon human sensibility. Focus is placed on quantifying consumer's sensibility through the sensibility analysis of men's fashion. The subject are 227 male and female university students of who take the course of "Modern Life and Fashion" and "Understanding of Colors" in the OCU Cyber University. Data has been collected by survey method and subsequently analyzed and interpreted. To measure consumer's consuming sensibility, G-Sensibility tool developed by 'Fuji Central Institute' has been employed. The results of the analysis of ANOVA and MANOVA show significant differences among the following 5 styles: Active style G2, Open-minded style of G-3, Mania style of G4, Sensitive and emotional style of G5. According to
test, the results show that the distinction of sex and their interests in fashion are significant different. The evaluation of men's fashion, according to Multi-dimensional test, shows a variety of differences according gender and G sensibility styles. These varied distinctions are illustrated statistical in Picture 1, Picture 2, Picture 3, Picture 4, Picture 8, and picture 10. Based art the results, a follow-up study to develop the case study and the apply it's results are recommended to produce products placed in the market.
Classifying Lifestyle and Preferred Sensations of Female Consumer
Han, Kyoung-Mi ; Na, Young-Joo ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 4, issue 1, 2002, Pages 56~63
This study was designed to investigate the new concept about lifestyle of female consumer in the present time of digital revolution and to analyze the preferences and sensibilities according to the types of consumer lifestyle classified into the same group. Survey was done through questionnaire of 79 questions and the data of 151 female consumers in the age of 19-34 were analyzed statistically using SPSS. The 6 factors were extracted from 39 lifestyle questions: consumerism, seeking challenge, communal life, quality of life, digital orientation and active counter plan. 6 Lifestyle clusters of female consumers were as following: the no-concern satisfied, the digital passive, the consumer personal, the digital active, the consumer communal and the adventurous. 30.5% of female consumer was the digital lifestyle who are relatively older and highly educated, of high income and expense rate, and resident in Gangnam. The preferred sensations by female consumer were 5; reasonal, feminine, conspicuous, active, and modest, and the clusters according to the sensations were 5: the casual, the status-symbolism, the rich in contents, the romantist, and the elegance. Lifestyle and preferred sensations were so related that the no-concern satisfied were the status-symbolism and the romantist, while the digital were the richness of contents and the adventurous were the romantist.
A Study on the Change of Body Type according to the Comparison of 1990 with 1999
Nam, Yun-Ja ; Lee, Jeong-Yim ; Choi, Yu-Kyung ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 4, issue 1, 2002, Pages 64~70
The purpose of this study is to know the change of somatic characteristics according to the time. To find out the change of body type of the early twenties who were in 1990 and 1999, the anthropometric and the photographic measurements of the two periods were compared respectively. T-test was applied and the figure of body frame and lateral body type were analyzed. By comparing the anthropomentric measurements of 1999 with 1990, it was known that the proportion of lower half of body increased and the legs and arms became longer. The shape of bust was slightly centered and the angle of shoulder decreased. From the analysis of the photographic measurements and the comparison the body type of 1999 with that of 1990, the tendency of change in upper body was to bend backward and the ratio of straight type increased in 1999.
The Classification and Analysis of Lateral Somatotype among Middle and High School Girls
Lee, Hea-Ju ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 4, issue 1, 2002, Pages 71~78
The purpose of this study was to classify body types of 800 female junior and high school students based on factor analysis, cluster analysis, and correspondence analysis of 15 photometric measurements of the subjects' lateral body lines. The results are as follows: The skeleton structure, which was represented the back bending by the photometric measurement, was already formed at age of 12 or 13, while the cervical skeleton, the size and inclination of the shoulder, and the degree of the lateral inclination of the upper body and the buttocks continued to grow by the age of 16. A factor analysis of the photometric measurement resulted in the sampling which determined the degree of the back bending, front-bust angle, and lateral view as well as the sampling whose factor represented the cervical inclination. A cluster analysis of the photometric measurement resulted in the four types of classification: Type 1, the straight type comprising 13.3% of the whole population; Type 2, the bent-forward type comprising 39.5%; Type 3, the lean-back type comprising 27.4%; and Type 4, the swayback type comprising 19.1%. Accordingly, the bent-forward type was found to be the dominant type among the four lateral body types.
Dyeing Fabrics with Grape Juice which is Discarded in the Process of Grape Juice
Jeong, Young-Ok ; Kim, Soon-Sim ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 4, issue 1, 2002, Pages 79~85
To develope natural dyeing materials from the unused plant materials, we had several dyeing experiments to investigate the optimum conditions of dyeing fabrics with the waste grape juice. Dyeing experiments were done under different dyeing conditions of dyeing time, dyeing temperature, pH and concentration of dyebath and mordants which were treated after dyeing. Experimental fabrics were silk, cotton, ramie and hemp. Color difference(
) and Munsell's HV/C of the dyed fabrics and color fastness of silk dyed fabrics to dry cleaning, washing, rubbing, perspiration and light were measured. The color differences of dyed experimental fabrics were very slightly increased with dyeing time and the color of dyed silk was light purple and the cotton, ramie and hemp was light red purple. The color differences of dyed experimental fabrics were decreased and the color became lighter with dyeing temperature increased. The color differences of dyed experimental fabrics were decreased and the color changed from light purple to blue with the pH of dyebath increased. The color differences of dyed experimental fabrics were slightly increased with the concentration of dyebath increased. The color of dyed fabric changed with the mordant treatment and were different among the experimental fabrics. On the whole, blue tone increased with the Al and Fe mordant and green tone increased with the Cu mordant. The color fastness of dyed silk fabrics to light, washing (change) and perspiration (change) was bad and color fastness to dry cleaning and rubbing were good.
Effect of Dispersion Stability of Particles on Detergency of Particulate Soil(Part 1) - The Dispersion Stability of α-Fe
Particles in the Nonyl Phenol Polyoxyethylene Ether Solution -
Kang, In-Sook ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 4, issue 1, 2002, Pages 86~91
To estimate dispersion stability of particles, suspending power and particle size were examined as functions of pHs, surfactants, electrolytes and ionic strengths using
particle as the model of particulate soil. Suspending power and particle size were determined by UV-Vis spectrumeter and by light scattering using the polarization ratio method, respectively. The suspending power was relatively high with polyanion electrolytes and was low with neutral salts. The suspending power was biphasis, minimum pH 6~7, and the effect of surfactant on the suspending power was insignificant. Generally suspending power increased with decreasing the particle size governed aggregation of dispersed particles regardless of solution conditions. Hence the suspending power was inversely related to the particle size.