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Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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Volume 6, Issue 6 - Dec 2004
Volume 6, Issue 5 - Oct 2004
Volume 6, Issue 4 - Aug 2004
Volume 6, Issue 3 - Jun 2004
Volume 6, Issue 2 - Apr 2004
Volume 6, Issue 1 - Feb 2004
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21세기 산업경쟁력과 컬러마케팅
Shim, Young-Wan ; Syn, Hye-Young ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 6, issue 1, 2004, Pages 1~4
중국 국·공립대학 복장계열 학과의 현황
Chen, Dongsheng ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 6, issue 1, 2004, Pages 5~8
A Study on Expression of Pluralism in Contemporary Fashion
Kim, Jee-Yeon ; Lee, Kyoung-Hee ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 6, issue 1, 2004, Pages 9~16
The purpose of this study is to analyze expression of pluralism in contemporary fashion. This study has three parts. They are to understand the concept of pluralism, to find the fashion environments of pluralism in terms of politics, economics, sociality, culture, science, and art, and to analyze expression of pluralism in contemporary fashion. The concept of pluralism in contemporary fashion is the diversity and compounds of fashion images. The environments of pluralism in contemporary fashion are multinational economic system, virtual world of internet. mass-culture and postmodern art. And expression of pluralism in contemporary fashion is analyzed into publicity. Publicity is expressed by using things of common lifestyle and the past that people used to and are well-known. Horizontality is expressed by coordination of male-female facts and property-poorness without high or low concept. Multi-nation is expressed by mixing various kind of national characteristics and Virtuality is expressed by layering and collaging complex facts that are not connected each other.
A Study on the Computer Textile Pattern Design using Modeling Element of Natural Dyeing Works
Sul, Jung-Hwa ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 6, issue 1, 2004, Pages 17~22
The purpose of this study was to obtain the basic element of patterns, which is the motif, from the existing art works and use it to create and simulate a variety of patterns to show the practical use of the computer. Natural dyed works of geometric shapes like squares and 1/4 of circles, each dyed with a different natural dyes, were produced and motifs were extracted. Then using the 4D box in Adobe Photoshop v.6.0, the developing pattern change and simulation effects when using different patterns and different repetition settings were examined. Observations were made as the motifs were replicated. Different patterns like a diagonal line, a square and a circle appeared. In order to find out the effects according to the changes, the motifs from work's square portions, circle centre, and the composition of eight motifs were extracted and used. The repeated patterns according to the extracted motifs simply showed that in the case of just repeating and arranging, square patterns appeared. By replicating and arranging, the motif and the allophone were matched and patterns with regular lines were formed, like a twill, pointed twill line. By setting the direction to Y and X in the repetition methodes, a typical half-drop arrangement or a brick pattern arrangement were formed according to 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 1/3, or 2/3 in changes. Also the steepness of the slope changes quickly or in turn slowly as the rhombus shape appears. However in the case of a composed motif, an ogee pattern appeared. Lastly, by 3-D mapping patterns like a slant line, pointed twill patterns, diamond patterns, and the repeat patterns of a motif with a circle and a line combined, and a circle motif, an optical illusion could be observed.
A Study on the Recognition of the Saenghwalhanbok Design in Adult Females
Lee, Young-Hee ; Lee, Song-Ja ; Lee, Su-Jeong ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 6, issue 1, 2004, Pages 23~31
The purpose of this study is to analyze the satisfaction, practical use, preference in design and recognition of the Saenghwalhanbok in the adult females living in Gyeongnam province. The data used for this study were collected by questionnaires and 420 questionnaires were used for statistic analysis. The data were analyzed by using the SPSS 8.0 to perform the ANOVA,
-test, t-test. The results of this study can be summarized as follows; Most women have Saenghwalhanbok for wearing in festive days. who showed good impression on the Saenghwalhanbok is high-educated people, and high-incommer showed positive preference as well. The color of blouse and skirt is different each other. The most preference color is soft color. The purchasing behavior on the Saenghwalhanbok was verified that there are planning of purchase because of convienience in wearing. The primary reason for not buying Saenghwalhanbok is price. So the goods of various level of price should be prepared, and the preference factors of purchasing for younger ages were color, patterns and design, and for old ages were quality of clothes, colors and patterns. Major application of the Saenghwalhanbok was found that wearing for festive days as it is Korean traditional costume.
Stage Costume Design for Performance Hamlet (I) - The Analysis of Actor Image by Spectator -
Kim, Soon-Ku ; Hwang, Seong-Won ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 6, issue 1, 2004, Pages 32~40
This study is done to assist in the limit of stage dress design research considering the sense of the times and the sympathy of spectators for actual stage. For the base research, to visualize the image which the spectators are feeling from Shakespeare's Hamlet, the evaluators had to analyze the whole image and color tone of the figures. First of all, 2 clothing for Hamlet, Gertrude and Ophelia had to be designed, and following conclusion has drawn. Hamlet A corresponds with passive looks which is a combination of loneliness, sadness and the unstable mental state of not adapting to and hiding from the reality. Hamlet B has more of matured looks which make Hamlet more free and comfortable from life and death as he overcame a crisis of death. Gertrude A corresponds with the image of coming right out of the funeral of late king. Gertrude B shows more of her sadness as she hears of her son Hamlet's despair and resentment and her maternal return degradation which is a special situations emphasizing her unstable and dizzy image. Ophelia A shows her usual and normal looks of a livelihood and femininity. She congratulates the wedding and coronation, and falls in love with Hamlet which shows a lot of her girlish image. Ophelia B shows dismantled rationality and violated virginity which is a very complex and unstable state showing a completely different image. Based on the above research. It was proposed their clothing through the next study of the characters, and personally make them for 2003 Yeonheedan Street Group's performance Hamlet.
Stage Costume Design for Performance Hamlet (II) - The Study on Pattern and Manufactured Product -
Kim, Soon-Ku ; Hwang, Seong-Won ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 6, issue 1, 2004, Pages 41~50
This research proposes the on-stage costumes for the play Hamlet of Shakespeare performed by Yunheedan Guhri Pae - the Street Theater Troupe. Stage costumes have an important role in displaying the characteristics of each characters to the audience and has big visual effects. However, in order to design the costumes in the object viewpoints of the audience, the survey on the images of the characters who had actually watched the performance was taken place and proposed the costume design according to the results of the survey. Hamlet a: This result was applied to propose a sweater in black color, black leather pants and vest. Hamlet b: This result was applied to propose hooded coat in purple in middle level of brightness and color spectrum and yellow coat. For free image, loose pants in blue and vest in the same color tone were proposed. Gertrude a: This result was applied to use purple (violet) with reddish tone to propose the formation of a dress applying tailored suit. Gertrude b: This result was applied to propose purple gown and the one-piece dress with black laces. Ophelia a: This result was applied to propose feminine white dress and cape in purple color tone. Ophelia b: This result was applied to propose dyed and weaved clothes. Through the surveys as above, the images of each character was driven in adjectives, and using the results driven from the brightness, coloration, and color, color images were proposed. Only one costume cannot make up for the stage costumes and because it exists as an element of stage production, it is true that costumes are limited in some areas. However, that limit can become the motive of the costume. There is a limit, which the designer cannot produce the costumes as he or she had designed but I believe it is the center of the on-stage customers to display the characteristics of the characters according to the given concept. The limit of this research is the fact that because the costumes were designed so they fit the conditions already given, thus it was difficult to regard the process of designing and producing the costume as a project done according to the interaction. And in the future, if it is possible, I wish for the joint research with the people responsible for stage art to take place as a practical stage art. It was possible to produce practical costume since they were produced for actual performance and the production of costumes considering the dance steps, line of flow, and acting, was able to reduce the trial and error on stage. Through this research, I felt that the understanding and smooth interaction on diverse other areas not limited to the costume design should be taken place and believe that this was a research that proposes new research method since there had been only a few previous research regarding the on-stage costumes for actual performances. Therefore, this research had depended on the surveys given to the audiences to endow objectivity, however, I wish this research can contribute to defining effective process and methods for the on-stage costumes with more active researches with diverse methods and in diverse areas. I am sorry that the costume production for all the characters and all the scenes in Hamlet couldn't be done due to many limitations. As the following research assignment, I am planning on designing the costumes for all the scenes.
Preferred Sensation of Adolescents according to their Lifestyle and Individualism/Collectivism
Han, Kyung-Mi ; Na, Young-Joo ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 6, issue 1, 2004, Pages 51~60
The purpose of the study was to investigate the lifestyle and individualism/collectivism of adolescents nowadays and the relationship to preferred sensation. We collected 1386 middle and high school students' data which have the answers about lifestyle, individualism/collectivism, self-esteem, school location, family members and other socio-statistical variables. The results are followings; The types of adolescents' lifestyle composed of 5 clusters, which are Pursuit of hedonic (18.9%), Adventure materialism (19.9%), Depending and pursuit of entertainment (21.4%), Internet & study (22.5%), and Strong will - economic (17.3%). Distribution of individualism/collectivism is even, and Egoist (29.8%) which belong to vertical individualism is the biggest portion. Adolescent's lifestyle has relationship to the external factors, such as school location and family income, while individualism/collectivism does rather to adolescent's own nature, such as gender and grade. Their lifestyle than their individualism/ collectivism is connected with their preferred sensation more.
A Study on the Costume of Musicians in Baekche Gilt-Bronze Incense Burner
Suh, Mi-Young ; Park, Chun-Sun ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 6, issue 1, 2004, Pages 61~70
The purposes of this study are to understand shapes, characteristics and source on the costume of musicians in Baekche gilt-bronze incense burner. Baekche accepted to incense burner as one of developed culture through exchange with China. Baekche gilt-bronze incense burner includes mixed Thought of Confucian, Buddhism and Taoism from China. The five musicians showed in Baekche gilt-bronze incense burner are symbols that include Confucian Ohang-thought and peaceful reign based on musical combination and arrangement. So, musicians in Baekche gilt-bronze incense burner to pray to God for Happiness showed as a kind of Genii. As a results of analyzing costume of musicians in Baekche gilt-bronze incense burner are as follows; Upper garments which open in the center front have wide sleeves and tie up in high waist position. Under garments are long and wide skirts. Those costume styles of musicians were to follow spreaded costumes in the Continent at that time. In conclusion, costume of musicians in Baekche gilt-bronze incense burner was showed to receive influence of costume style in China Whijinambukjo period.
An Analysis of Participating Style of Participating Company in Fashion Related Exhibition
Bae, Jong-Kil ; Kim, Jung-Won ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 6, issue 1, 2004, Pages 71~77
Various types of industry, from manufacturing industry to service industry, can be a subject of exhibition. So, subdivided studies about exhibition for each type of industry or field are necessary. However, there are still insufficient studies about them. Also, fashion industry related exhibitions should be classified differently from other industries' exhibitions because of their special features. Therefore, this study examines that how an exhibition is utilized as a promotion means of a company and the present condition of a fashion exhibition. It also compares a fashion exhibition with other industrial exhibitions to suggest the effective operations and the progressive promotion of the fashion exhibition. This study uses questionnaire from 140 companies for 5 exhibitions, which participated fashion related exhibitions. Data of this study is statistically analyzed using SPSS for window ver. 10.0 program. It also uses frequency, cross tabs, paired t-test, Independent Samples t-test. As a result of this study, fashion related companies' recognition of exhibitions has been increased. However; in terms of exhibition participation, attitudes such as pre-promotion or pre-education for the staff, who are in charge of the exhibition booths, and the outcome of the exhibition aren't maximized because the right understanding concerning exhibitions is lacking and long-term preparation is insufficient. Also, advertisement for the exhibitions isn't enough because of insufficient preparation and absence of pre-promotion, so consultation with promising buyers can't be activated. Even though there are consultations, the consultations don't have much effect.
Partnerships Among Textile Firms in Daegu and Gyeongbuk Regions in Korea
Park, Kwang-Hee ; Park, Kyung-Ae ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 6, issue 1, 2004, Pages 78~84
To regain competitive advantages in the global textile industry the Korean textile firms need to strategically collaborate each other on developing partnership relations. This study, as a first step for developing a futuristic partnership between textile firms, examined the characteristics of current partnership relations among textile firms in Daegu and Gyeongbuk regions. Data were obtained from 163 textile firms in the region by a questionnaire survey. More than a half of the textile firms had a partnership experience in product manufacturing and wanted to have one in product development. Partnerships with firms in the same sub-industry showed the highest frequency even though various pairs were observed. Length of partnership was related with the history and size of the firm but not with partnership performance. Partnership itself affected neither the firm's perception of its competitive power nor the perceived intensity of industry competition.
A Study on Life Style and Behavior Characteristics of the Costume Player
Jung, Hea-Young ; Jung, Hee-Kyeong ; Suh, Yong-Han ; Oh, Hee-Sun ; Lee, Myung-Hee ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 6, issue 1, 2004, Pages 85~92
Costume plays have been of interest to young people in the recent years. The much increased interest in costume plays has prompted many researchers to verify the behavior characteristics of costume players Despite the importance of the costume play, there has been no systematic study of it. The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the influence of life style on behavior characteristics of the costume player. The subjects of this study were members of the web sits(www.cosmaker.com). A total of 155 subjects responded to the questionnaires and the 143 responses were used for further data analysis. The data was analyzed by factor analysis, cluster analysis, and one-way ANOVA. These were the results of the stud: First, costume player groups are classified into three sub-dimensions: other people-oriented, show-off oriented, and exclusive ego oriented. Second, the behavior characteristics of costume player are significantly shown among those groups.
The Influence of Consumers' Purchase Experience and Technology Readiness on Risk Perception and Satisfaction in Internet Clothing Shopping
Hong, Keum-Hee ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 6, issue 1, 2004, Pages 93~101
The purpose of this study is to examine consumers' risk perception in internet clothing shopping and its relation with technology readiness and the frequency of purchase. Thereafter, this study examines how consumers' risk perception affect service quality and satisfaction at the apparel shopping sites. An on-line survey was made to collect data, and the replies from 785 people, who had an experience of apparel shopping on line, were used in data analysis. From factor analyses, risk perception comprised 3 factors of product related risk, delivery related risk, and security related risk, and technology readiness comprised 4 factors of optimism, innovativeness, discomfort, and insecurity. Based on cluster analysis, consumers were classified into 3 types in terms of the internet risk perception: low risk group, medium risk group, and high risk group. From path analysis, risk perception was decreased with high frequency of purchase and low discomfort and insecurity of technology readiness, and risk perception and service quality had an influence on consumers' satisfaction with the shopping sites.
Somatotype Classification for Children's Clothing Bodice Pattern
Kim, Hyon-Jin ; Hong, Jung-Min ; Lee, Young-Ju ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 6, issue 1, 2004, Pages 102~108
The anthropometric measurement and the photometric measurement for have been conducted 358 children from 4 years old to 6 years old to design children's clothing. The characteristics of body type were grasped among total 44 measurement items according to the aging, being extracted seven factors from factor analysis. From cluster analysis among the seven factors the three body types were classified. Type 1 shows low fat body with a small figure and short upper body. The body has a round belly and waist. Type 2 shows the fattest body with an average height. The body has been backed with lower shoulders. Type 3 shows common fat body with a high height and a big figure. The body shows crooked round back with a big upper body and rising shoulders.
Clothing Pressure and Subjective Sensations in Slacks using the Cutting Lines of the Knee Parts
Lee, Joung-Suk ; Sung, Su-Kwang ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 6, issue 1, 2004, Pages 109~113
The present study attempted to consider the effects of cutting lines in the knee parts of slacks on the clothing pressure and comfort. The study compared and analyzed the pressure imposed to the body in a stooping position and the consequent sensations felt by the wearer according to the slack shapes. The conclusion was drawn as follows: The pressure imposed by the slacks to the body is greater on the two points slightly upper and lower from the knee point than on the knee point itself, regardless of the slack shapes. Clothing pressure was lower in the slacks with 10 cm-wide and 14 cm-wide cutting lines in the knee parts than those with 18 cm-wide cutting lines. Subjective sensations felt in the knee parts were analyzed according to slacks shapes. As a result, it was found that slacks without cutting lines on the knee parts or with sewing lines far from the knee points were more comfortable. In slacks construction, the use of cutting lines in the knee parts can decrease pressure imposed to the knee area or improve the comfort of the slacks. When designing slacks, however, overall appearance should be considered and the weakness of cutting line that makes legs look shorter should also be complemented.