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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 7, Issue 6 - Dec 2005
Volume 7, Issue 5 - Oct 2005
Volume 7, Issue 4 - Aug 2005
Volume 7, Issue 3 - Jun 2005
Volume 7, Issue 2 - Apr 2005
Volume 7, Issue 1 - Feb 2005
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Shinozaki, Akio ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 1~3
Analysis of Web-Site Utilization on Fashion Brands
Kwon, Hyun-Ju ; Ku, Yang-Suk ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 4~12
The purpose of this study was to analyze the utilization of Fashion Brands Web-site. This analysis was done by 6C Concept(Contents, Community, Commerce, Connection, Customizing, Communication) which was Internet Marketing Strategy. The review of previous studies and empirical investigations through the Internet were processed for this study. 151 fashion brands in department stores in Daegu, Korea were surveyed from January to February 2004. Data were analyzed by using frequency and percentage. Total 105 brands established their Web-Sites of Internet out of 151(69.5%) fashion brands. There were four characters on Contents, six characters on Connection and five characters on Communication. And there were a establishing rate of 38.1 percent on Online Community and 30.5 percent on Online Shopping Mall. On Customizing, 73.3 percent of brands had e-CRM systems.
Fashion Design Using Various Dyeing Techniques - Butterfly-Oriented Shapes and Patterns -
Shon, Young-Mi ; Seo, Yoon-Ju ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 13~22
In order to convey exactly what a work is intended to project, it is necessary to select appropriate materials, those whose features are suitable for the work to be accomplished. Among the recent trends in dyeing involve the use of the designers' own techniques and a variety of materials, as well as the designers' efforts at promoting the value of plastic art. According I choose splendid butterfly patterns that diversity in shape and color, among nature patterns offer unlimited imaginative power. I designed the fabric pattern, using tie dyeing, cone dyeing, transfer dyeing and rub dyeing that can best express my intentions. Therefore a total of four works were designed with aesthetically appealing revised shapes of a butterfly, using materials developed using the same method, to suggest the possibility of creating a new design while maintaining the original beauty of plastic art.
A Study on Development Processing of Jacquard Textile Design Using CAD - On Based Necktie Design -
Song, Gyeong-Ja ; Chin, Young-Gil ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 23~32
This study attempts to address the development processing of yarn-dyeing jacquard design by using jacquard textile design professional CAD system to create high valued worth products. To carry out this purpose, two kinds of necktie samples were designed and each of them was different in three types of weaving method. The results are as follows; All over type is appropriate when the motive's size is small. And the work can be finished within short time and design can be illustrated by basic jacquard system. However, one point type can represent rather big and audacious motive but it needs lots of working hours and jacquard system. Though the motives are identical, showed many changes in cubicle representation according to weaving methods and the structure. To express simple and modest design, single fabric woven is suitable and in the need of colorful and technical design, expressing by double weft cloths and triple weft cloths rather than single fabric woven are better to give creativity and colorfulness. For the production of jacquard design, cad system using ability is important but the understanding and study of the whole process of weaving development should be made.
A Job Stress Model of Workers in Fashion and Textile Industries
Park, Kwang-Hee ; Yoo, Hwa-Sook ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 33~40
This study is to develope the job stress model for workers in fashion and textile industries and to investigate the effect of job stressors on stress symptom and its effect on job performance. The structural equation model analysis was performed for examining the relationship among job stressors, stress symptom and job performance. Environmental factors, task factors, role factors and organizational climate factors were identified as job stressors. Task characteristics and role characteristics were positively related to job stress symptom. Environmental factors and organizational climate factors were negatively related to job stress symptom. Also, job stress symptom was negatively related to job performance. The findings suggest some implications on how to improve job performance or to reduce job stress.
Effects of Social Support on the Job Stress Symptoms and Job Performance of Workers in the Textile Industry
Yoo, Hwa-Sook ; Park, Kwang-Hee ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 41~48
The purpose of this study was to investigate social support buffering stress symptoms and the relationship between stress symptoms and job performance. The data were obtained from questionnaires completed by 529 workers employed in textile or clothing companies. The SPSS package was used for data analysis which included t-test, ANOVA, and correlation analysis. The results showed there were significant differences in the perceived levels of social support according to individual differences such as gender, marital status, length of service, title of current position, and division of responsibility. Workers with a high level of supervisor or co-worker social support were found to have the lower levels of stress symptoms. Social support appeared to moderate the relationship between stress symptoms and job performance.
College Students' Perception toward Business Ethics and Ethics Management in Fashion Industry - Focusing on KOBEX -
Lee, Seung-Hee ; Kim, Hyang-Mi ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 49~55
The purpose of this study was to examine consumers' perception toward business ethics and ethics management in fashion industry. Subjects were 236 women in age from 20 to 28 years old in Seoul for this study. For data analysis, descriptive statistics, factor analysis, Pearson's Correlations, t-test, and ANOVA were used. As the results, business ethics had 2 factors; 'IMBE(Importance of Business Ethics)' and 'INBE(Interest of BE)', while ethics management encompassed 5 factors such as 'ethics management evaluation', 'healthy industry environment', 'environment task', 'fair business system', and 'customer convenience'. There were statistically differences between men and women in IMBE and INBE. That is, generally, women had higher scores on both than men. Also, subjects in business major had higher scores on IMBE and INBE than those in other majors. Finally, seniors and juniors tend to have higher scores on IMBE and INBE than freshman and sophomore subjects. Based on these results, fashion marketing strategies would be suggested.
A Study on Making Fabric Images According to Fancy Yarn Structures Using the Computer
Sul, Jung-Hwa ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 56~62
Fancy Yarn has developed diverse textures in fabrics, reducing the time in yarn and fabric production or apparel making in order to develop creative goods. In this study aimed to propose the use of a 4D box system to make fancy yarn shapes with loops, knops and spirals and the like. The change in texture was analysed and simulated to produce a suitable fabric image by using the fancy yarns fabric. The results are as follows. The plain weave, 2/2 basket weave, 2/2 twill weave, 2/2 2 complete broken weaves, and 5 harness sateen weaves were woven and a fabric image formed. In the case of the loop and the knop yarns fabric image, compared to the twisted fabric image the surface was covered by loops or some parts became partially black. In the case of the spiral shape it showed pattern continuity in spiral shapes 1, 2 and 3. The more twisted spirals produced a diamond shaped pattern or a twill line and a herring bone shaped twill line. An evenly distributed black fabric image appeared in 5 harness sateen weave. For the loop shape the broken weave or 5 harness sateen weave was produced; basket weave and broken weave for the knop yarn 1 or knop yarn 2; and for the spiral shape a plain fabric or 5 harness sateen weave were produced much similar to the fabric image. The surface texture of the mapped image compared to the twisted fabric image produces fancy yarn fabric images covered with loops or irregular spots caused by the knop and the spiral. Therefore it is appropriate or suitable for the simulation of tweed or woolen wool fabrics. The fabric image which produced consistent and continuous lines is therefore more suitable for simulations of twill or herringbone fabric images.
A Study of the Visual Effects by Variations in the Location of the Waistline and the Width of the Round Belt of the Basic Skirt
Lee, Jung-Soon ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 63~69
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the differences of visual effects by variations in the location of the waistline and the width of the round belt of the basic skirt. The stimuli are 21 samples: 7 variations of the location of the waistline and 3 variations of the width of the belt. The data has been obtained from 43 fashion design majors. The data has analyzed by frequency, factor analysis, anova, scheffe's test and the MCA method. The results of this study are as follows. The visual effects by variations of the location of the waistline and the width of the belt are composed of 3 factors: the shape of the front part of the abdomen, the shape of the side part of the abdomen, and the length of the upper body. The visual effects by variations of the width of the belt have partial significant differences. The visual effects by variations in the location of the waistline have significant differences in all factors. The interaction effects between the location of the waistline and the width of the belt have not significant differences in all factors.
Bacterial Strains and Their Cellulase Activity from the Excavated Clothes at Daedeok-gu, Daejeon
Lee, Sang-Joon ; Cha, Mi-Sun ; Cho, Hyun-Hok ; Back, Young-Mee ; Kwon, Young-Suk ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 70~74
This study was aimed to isolation and identification of attached bacteria on the clothes excavated from Deajeon area dating on the 16th century. From the observation with colony shape, 17 bacterial strains were isolated, and then 7 bacterial strains were identified with morphological and biochemical characteristics. Streptococcus sp., Alcaligenes faecalis, Gemella sp., Acinetobacter sp., Pseudomonas vesicularis, Aeromonas sain. salmonicida, Moraxella spp. In observation of the bacterial strains by the sort of textile, more bacterial strains were found in silk, cotton, and cotton batt than in ramie and hemp. It is suggest that hemp has antibacterial characteristics due to the presence of lignin. In the comparison washed samples with unwashed ones, there were more kinds of bacterial strains in washed samples. In the cellulase activity tests, all isolated bacteria had low level cellulase activity.
Effect of Slit Ventilation System in Sportswear on Physiological Responses
Yeon, Soo-Min ; Kim, Hee-Eun ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 75~80
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of silt ventilation system on physiological responses. We measured rectal temperature, local skin temperature, clothing microclimate, blood pressure, heart rate, energy metabolism, body weight loss and subjective sensation during 70 minute, 50 min exercise period and 20 min rest period. The five women subjects randomly wore sportswear without slit ventilation system(NS sportswear) and sportswear with slit ventilation system(S sportswear) under the environmental condition of
, 50%RH. The results of this study are as follows; Rectal temperature, mean skin temperature, clothing microclimate, blood pressure, heart rate, energy metabolism and body weight loss were significantly lower level in 'S sportswear'. In 'S sportswear', subjects replied less hot, less uncomfortable and less wet. Slit ventilation system can be used for bellow effect which is meaningful device of convection during exercise. We could find out that 'S sportswear' has advantage in physiological function.
Skin Patch Test and Antibacterial Properties of the Anti-microbial Agent and Melamine Resin Blend Treated Fabric
Chun, Tae-Ill ; Park, Jung-Whan ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 81~84
Skin patch test and antibacterial properties of the reaction products between poly(hexamethyl biguanide) hydrochloride and trimethylol melamine on textile fabrics were examined. Antibacterial activities of anti-microbial agent treated samples are very good. The reduction ratios against four kinds of colonies are 99.9 % after repeated laundering ten times. Skin patch test results for anti-microbial agent treated samples are almost-negative by Hi-scope judgement and macroscopical judgement.
The Effect of Sodium Acetate in Alkaline Treatment of Acetate Fabrics
Sung, Jong-Mi ; Kim, Hye-Rim ; Song, Wha-Soon ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 85~90
The effect of sodium acetate to reduce the fiber damage and hardening of acetate fabrics during alkaline treatment is studied. The optimal condition is controlled concentration 2%, at
for 6 minutes and at
for 2 minutes through the result of weight loss, shrinkage and tensile strength. Alkaline treated acetate fabrics under optimal condition show softer than untreated acetate fabrics. Alkaline treatment with sodium acetate brings the reduction in hardening and shrinkage in internal fiber of acetate fabric. Also, alkaline treatment with sodium acetate improves the tensile strength of acetate fabrics compared with only alkaline treatment. The moisture regain of acetate fabrics is also improved by alkaline treatment under optimal condition.
The Physical Properties and Dyeability of KOH Treated Cotton Fabrics
Song, Hyun-Joo ; Kim, Su-Mi ; Song, Wha-Soon ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 91~95
The purpose of this study is to investigate the improvement of fiber surface, physical properties and research the physical properties and dyeability of cotton fabrics treated with KOH solution at low and high temperature. The treatment conditions for mercerization with KOH were changed various temperatures(25,
), concentrations(15, 20, 25, 30%. w/v) and times(30, 60, 180, 300sec). The effects of mercerization after KOH treatment estimated with tensile strength, tearing strength, shrinkage, drape stiffness, moisture regain, fiber surface, and dyeability. The optimal conditions were concentration of KOH 20%, time 180sec in low temperature and concentration of KOH 20%, time 60sec in high temperature. The results are as follows; Tensile strength, tearing strength and moisture regain were much improved than those of untreated cotton fabric. Shrinkage and drape stiffness of KOH treated cotton were more increased at
. Fiber surface showed more rounded shape at
. Dyeability of cotton fabrics improved by KOH treatment.
Physical Properties of Human Hair by the Bleach
Yun, Jong-Hyun ; Kim, Ho-Jung ; Lee, Young-Joo ; Park, Cha-Cheol ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 96~100
The bleaching is one of the worst factors which leads to the damage of the human hair. The cuticle of the human hair is injured by the alkali that is one of the chief ingredients of a bleaching agent. The alkali component of the bleaching solution chemically reacts with human hair, reducing the tenacity and dissolving the cuticle layer. The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of bleaching time and temperature on the physical properties and morphology. The results were as follows. 1. The stress-strain curves for human hair indicated the three distinct regions, such as Hookean region, Yield region and post-Yield region. The tenacity of hair is reduced gradually with an increase of bleaching time. Under these same conditions, elongation of the hair increased. 2. The greatest drop in tenacity for hair occured between
of bleaching temperature. 3. Compared with the virgin hair, bleached hair showed a slower rate of weight reduction in the TGA thermogram. The rate decreased gradually as the bleaching time and temperature increased. 4. As the bleaching conditions reached time and temperature extremes, the human hair cuticle became more damaged. The cuticle layers seemed to have dissolved, as seen in the SEM photographs.
Effect of the Projectile and the Air-jet Weaving Machine Characteristics on the Physical Properties of Worsted Fabrics for Garment(I) -Tension Characteristics ＆ Loom Mechanism-
Kim, Seung-Jin ; Jung, Gee-Jin ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 101~105
This study surveys the warp and weft tension differences between projectile and air-jet looms and analyses the mechanical properties of worsted fabrics for garment with relation of these loom characteristics using KES-FB system. The paper is divided by two parts. In the 1st paper, the worsted fabric is woven as 5 harness satin weave using 1/40 Nm sirofil worsted warp yarn and 1/30 Nm worsted weft yarn by projectile(Sulzer) and air-jet looms(Picanol PAT and OMNI), respectively. The weavability is also analysed by measuring warp tension variation according to the warp position and weft tension of 3 kinds of looms. The relationship between shed amount and the warp tension is surveyed, and the relationship between end breaks and warp and weft tensions is also discussed.
Effect of the Projectile and the Air-jet Weaving Machine Characteristics on the Physical Properties of Worsted Fabrics for Garment(II) - Physical Properties of Worsted Fabrics for Garment -
Kim, Seung-Jin ; Jung, Gee-Jin ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 106~110
This research surveys the mechanical properties of worsted fabrics for garment according to the loom characteristics and fabric positions with relation to the warp and weft weaving tensions on the projectile and air-jet looms, which is previously surveyed in the 1st paper. For this purpose, the grey fabrics are processed in dyeing and finishing processes. The mechanical properties of the finished fabrics are measured and discussed with relation to the warp and weft weaving tensions of projectile and air-jet looms and the variations of the fabric mechanical properties according to the fabric positions are also surveyed for investigating the homogeneity of the tailorability and fabric hand.
Development of Low Fabric Density and Ultra-Light Polyester/Cotton Blended Fabrics
Song, Min-Kyu ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 7, issue 1, 2005, Pages 111~114
In this the study, polyester/cotton(P/C) blended fabrics with fine denier were developed to get the light weight compared with the traditional P/C blended fabrics. Moreover, the width of the fabrics was extended by the tenter during the final heat treatment to get the lower fabric density and lighter weight. Then, the physical properties of these fabrics were analysed. The results were as the follows: The developed fabrics had 22.6-31.6% lighter weight than the traditional fabrics with the same fabric width. The weight of fabric decreased drastically with the fabrics width down to 67.1
. The fabric density for the warp direction decreased with the fabric width. The tenacity and the elongation of the developed fabrics was little lower than that of the traditional fabrics. The air permeability of the developed fabrics increased with that of the traditional fabrics. The stretch rate of the developed fabrics decreased with increasing the fabric width. Residual stretch rate of the developed fabrics was more stable than that of the traditional fabrics. Residual stretch rate of the developed fabrics increased with the fabric width, but the highest value was less than 5% which is quit stable.