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Volume 9, Issue 6 - Dec 2007
Volume 9, Issue 5 - Oct 2007
Volume 9, Issue 4 - Aug 2007
Volume 9, Issue 3 - Jun 2007
Volume 9, Issue 2 - Apr 2007
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Feb 2007
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피복제품의 유해성 평가
Shin, Jeoung-Hwa ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 2, 2007, Pages 135~137
A Comparative of the Harmany of Tone on Tone Coloration according to Transformation of Color Area-Ratio in Shirt and Necktie
Lim, Ji-Young ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 2, 2007, Pages 138~144
The purpose of this research was to compare the harmony of tone on tone coloration according to transformation of color area-ratio in shirt and necktie. The respondents were asked to evaluate 48 stimuli of the shirt and necktie with the coloration of the shirt/necktie, the necktie/shirt was separately compounded to be 4 tones such as vivid, light, dull, dark. The subjects were 288 female undergraduate students. The data was analyzed by using SPSS program. Analysis methods were ANOVA, LSD test and t-test. The results of each can be summerized as follows. As to the red, combination of v-lt made a difference in the harmony of coloration according to the transformation of color area-ratio. As to the blue, combination of v-lt, v-dk, lt-d made a difference in the harmony of coloration according to the transformation of color area-ratio. As to the purple, v-lt, v-d was evaluated as harmonized coloration regardless of area-ratio by both male and female students. As to the green, v-lt, lt-d was evaluated as harmonized coloration regardless of area-ratio by both male and female students.
Development of Female's Ordinary Hanbok Design with Korean Patchwork Image
Choi, Sun-Mi ; Yang, Suk-Hyang ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 2, 2007, Pages 145~150
Recently, active movements are occurring to reestablish our own traditional Korean images in all levels of society. One of them is about Ordinary Hanbok. Academics and business sectors are endeavoring to develop comfortable and Korean traditional Hanbok designs and popularize them as well. Based on the facts, the study focuses on developing Ordinary Hanbok designs for women by applying Korean traditional patchwork in order to present handmade, humane senses. First of all, the backgrounds, history and preference of Ordinary Hanbok are discussed through literatures and precedent studies as study methodology. Then, the study is analyzing the formative beauty of Korean traditional patchwork that contains emotions of women in the Chosun Dynasty. After that, it shows Ordinary Hanbok designs developed for women by using checks, free style, and yeoiju patterns of the fabrics dyed with clay and Chinese ink that recently attract people in particular. The results are like followings; First, the limits that excessive transformation of Hanbok may cause the lack of traditional beauty can be covered through using a variety of images of Korean traditional patchwork. Second, diverse face configuration of patchworks has very unique geometric forms so to be easily applied to modern Ordinary Hanbok designs. Third, the sewing technique of patchworks also plays a role as a design factor as important as face configuration. Fourth, utilizing fabric pieces may result in various unplanned face configuration and help resource recycling. Fifth, it is possible to coordinate Hanbok with other ordinary clothes that people normally wear on. Sixth, using patchworks images can encourage developing more active and refined designs added with traditional beauty. Seventh, natural dying and fabrics are eco-friendly, which is good for human health and environment. Finally, more studies should be done on design development based on precedent studies about Ordinary Hanbok. Also, it is important to foster social atmosphere and circumstances where people accept wearing Ordinary Hanbok as our natural culture.
A Study on Using the Cutting Lines in Modern Fashion Design
Lee, Joung-Suk ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 2, 2007, Pages 151~156
Slashes, deprived from the Crusaders' military uniforms, take their places among the fashion terms in modern fashion, and they are represented with some techniques such as fraying fabrics or making holes. Slashes are also used in various ways across all the fashion areas including clothing to accessaries. Slashes, which were once used to represent a solid body and to make a body move suitably, are used not only to express the formative of clothing but also to allow wearing sensations and functionality to wearers depending on their daily lives and the movements of their activities in modern fashion design. Optical illusions of fashion, image variabilities, functionality and ornamentation, and design principles, which were once represented with materials, colors, and details mainly used in fashion designs, are represented using slashes in modern fashion.
Design Properties of Clothing of Famous Overseas Brands
Lee, Won-Jung ; Lee, Kyoung-Hee ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 2, 2007, Pages 157~166
The purpose of this study is to provide guidance to plan clothing design with an analysis of design property of famous overseas brands. For this purpose, the prt-a-porter fashion collection from 2001 S/S to 2005 F/W is divided into the following sectors: brands, years, and seasons, focusing on the design elements, with regards to the design property of clothing. The reference for the actual study was 1055 pictures of clothing that were collected of collections of famous overseas brand. The results of this study are as follows. With regard to the character of the clothing design classified by brand, the design property was embossed with all design elements. Therefore, we can use design elements to express design property, like clothing design of famous overseas brands. With regard to the changes of clothing design year by year, it was changed with almost all of the design elements. Therefore, it is noted that clothing design do well to reflect the fashion trends of the year with almost all design elements. With regard to design properties of seasonal clothing, clothing design properties which are popular in the S/S season are slim silhouette, see-thru material, brilliant material, abstraction pattern, and so on. On the other hand, clothing design properties which are popular in the F/W season are wide silhouette, hard material, complex material, complex pattern, inorganic decoration and so on. Therefore, it is noted that clothing design do well to reflect the seasonal trends.
Transition of Fashion Trends and Fashion Colors in Recent 30 Years
Lee, Kyung-Hee ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 2, 2007, Pages 167~175
Color is infinitely more complex and challenging when the human element is factored in. The nature of fashion presents additional issues that must be addressed, allowing for even greater possibilities. Fashion trends and fashion colors could be used as a starting point for investigating many possible applications in fashion industry. Modern fashion industry received various information from many medias. Fashion trends and fashion colors must be referred to primarily when planning fashion goods among so much information. In this study, changes in fashion trends and fashion colors from 1966 to 1995 were investigated. The results indicated fashion trends and fashion colors were involved with community, culture and economy. Furthermore, important characteristics of fashion trends were summarized. In recent 30 years fashion trends and fashion colors appeared practical fashion and natural color, amenity fashion and mild color. According to the fashion changes in sensitivity, the color change was evaluated. Fashion colors displayed changes from sign effect to symbol effect. Especially black changed from minus image to plus image made it important fashion color.
A Study on Shoes(靴) Shown in Buddist Paintings in the Late Joseon Dynasty
Park, Hea-Ryung ; Cho, Shin-Hyun ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 2, 2007, Pages 176~187
Buddhist paintings in the late Joseon dynasty are characterized by diversification and subdivision of subject matters. Buddhist paintings rapidly declined since 19th century, being miniaturized and showing complicated composition. Figures that identified the shape of shoes in Buddhist paintings of late Joseon dynasty included sacheonwang that were placed in the left and right bottom of Buddhist paintings, sinjung, gwiwang and pan-gwan of siwangtaeng. Sacheonwang, an Indian folk god, was depicted as a noble person in "ahamgyeong", an early sutra, but was depicted as an armored warrior in Mahayana Buddhism world. The style of shoes sacheonwang in Korea were different depending on the times. The shoes of the sacheonwang sculpture in Seogguram of Shilla dynasty are sandal type. The sacheonwang that was drawn on Jijangbosaldo in Goryeo dynasty wears non-showy armor and red yi(履). The sacheonwang that was expressed on Buddhist paintings in Joseon dynasty wears showy armor and decorated hwa. Comparing the yi of Goryeo Jijangbosaldo sacheonwang with the yi of Bodhisattva on the Dunhuang yeolbanbyeonsangdo, Jijangbosaldo sacheonwang's shoes are Korean style in which the sole is flat and the front part has no decoration, but in the shoes of Bodhisattva on the Dunhuang yeolbanbyeonsangdo the sole is not flat, the front part is lifted. The style of shoes of pan-gwan, who is depicted on Siwangtaeng, is hwa. However, unlike the decorative hwa of sacheonwang, its front is not lifted and it has no decoration. It is assumed that the shoes of sacheonwang or pan-gwan represented obangsaek based on the idea of eumyang-ohaeng. Depiction of shoes shown in Buddhist paintings reflected the phases of the social life. In addition, the sandals of Shilla sacheonwang implies that sourthern culture in addition to Buddhism was introduced. Having expressed the shoes of Goryeo sacheonwang with conventional yi implies that Buddhism governed the inner world of the people, and the shape and material of the shoes reveals aristocracy. It is assumed that that an armored warrior wore yi, not hwa implies that the then society was stable. Also, it is assumed that that the shoes of sacheonwang on Buddhist paintings in Joseon dynasty were hwa implies that the role of tutelary god was stressed in the disordered society.
An Investigation of the Multiple Effects of Personalization in Shopping Apparel Products
Kim, Yeon-Hee ; Lee, Kyu-Hye ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 2, 2007, Pages 188~196
Fashion business is undergoing a severe competition because of the various consumers' needs, over production, and short product life styles. The purpose of this study is to investigate the role of personalization in apparel shopping. Characterizing the notion of the personalization typology, investigating the effect of personalization to different consumers, and providing useful issues to draw more target consumers are to be accessed. For empirical research a survey method was employed. A measure for personalization in apparel shopping was developed based in existing scale items and pilot study. Consumers responded highly on design personalization in shopping apparel products. Factor analysis extracted six dimensions of apparel product personalization. Six types of personalization were: "personalized advice", "personalized design choice", "personalized fit", "sales-promotion personalization", "personalized costomer relationship management" and "in-store personalization".
An Analysis of Image of Femme Fatale Represented in the Movie 「Sympathy for Lady Vengeance」
Yang, Eun-Jin ; Lee, Un-Young ; Lee, In-Seong ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 2, 2007, Pages 197~202
The femme fatale image presently observable in various fields is reproducing its image through repetitive imitation, change and application, in particular, through 'movies' which have a greater ripple effect on the public than any other mass media by incessantly producing a countless number of images. This study aims to figure out the intrinsic meaning and the characteristics of the image of femme fatale, understand the modern expression of it in movies and finally shed light on its image represented in Korean movies. For this study, the literature and internet materials related to the image of femme fatale in the movie "Sympathy for Lady Vengeance" and the general concept of femme fatale were comprehensively surveyed. The femme fatale image which is represented in this movie is classified into 4 images ; disguise & mystery, retribution & cruelty, enchantment & beauty, salvation & redemption. The findings of this study provide an insight into how the femme fatale image is expressed in movies, the mass media which has a gigantic ripple effect, and provide the momentum to recognize the need and significance of understanding the femme fatale image represented in Korean movies.
Analysis of Emotion and Consumption Sensibility on Character T-Shirt
Lee, Kyoung-Hee ; Son, Sei-Young ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 2, 2007, Pages 203~210
The purpose of this study is to understand consumer needs through emotion on character T-shirts. Study results suggest the basis for planning effective designs of character T-shirts. The results were summarized as follows: Emotion factors such as complex and arousal occupied 64.0% of the total. The types of the character T-shirts were clustered as four groups. The four types showed significant differences in all emotion factors. Complex emotion indicated its highest and lowest scores in types 4 and 2, respectively; and arousal emotion in types 2 and 3, respectively. As for the relation of consumption sensibility to emotions, three consumption sensibilities were related to all eight emotional adjectives. In the demographical aspect of emotions and consumption sensibilities, significant differences were found in age, gender, job and education. Therefore, the results of this study can be used as criteria improving emotions and consumption sensibility of character T-shirts. Especially, enhanced comsumption sensibility can be expected by the elimination of texts and the use of preferred character actions and vivid warm colors.
Marketing Strategies of Fashion Brands -Focused on the British, French, Italian Luxury Fashion Brands-
Lee, Hae-Yun ; Park, Kwang-Hee ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 2, 2007, Pages 211~220
The purpose of this study is to analyze characteristics and marketing strategies of the British, French and Italian luxury fashion brands. The subjects of this study are 27 fashion brands which have more than 50 years of tradition and are also members of the Walpole, Comit
Colbert, and Altagamma. The common marketing strategies of the luxury fashion brands were; the renewals in the product concept which harmonized traditional elements with modern elements which are designed to meet the needs of new target consumers, the renewals in the promotion such as the large scale of advertising, the frequent publications about the brands, sponsorship of events, the renewals and expansion of distribution channels in global fashion cities, the opening of flagship shop and the renovation of existing shops. Simultaneous renewals in product concepts, in promotion and in distribution will be an effective marketing strategy. Also, a continuous investment in renewal strategies is a key to the success of luxury fashion brand renewals.
PPL Effect of Clothing Sponsorship in TV Drama -Focused on Adolescent Female Students-
Kim, Gyoung-A ; Lee, Jin-Hwa ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 2, 2007, Pages 221~228
The purpose of this study was to investigate PPL(product placement) effect of apparel sponsorship in TV drama to adolescent female students. PPL effect was investigated in terms of brand recall, brand attitude, and purchase intention. The data were collected using a self-administered and structured questionnaire. Respondents were consisted of 270 middle school girls and 260 high school girls in Pusan. Cronbach's alpha, T-Test, frequency, and ANOVA test were used to conduct the data analysis on 524 out of 530 questionnaires. The result showed no difference in PPL effect between middle school students and high school students. Students shopping with friends or relatives showed higher brand attitude or purchase intention than ones shopping alone. The students watching 1-2 hours showed significantly higher brand recall, cognitive brand attitude, emotional brand attitude and purchase intention than other students watching TV drama longer. Implications for results and marketing strategies for PPL targeting adolescent students were discussed.
Effects of Single Consumers' Psychologic Characteristics and Susceptibility to Interpersonal Influence on Clothes Shopping Pursuing Value
Suh, Yong-Han ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 2, 2007, Pages 229~236
Many researchers have focused on consumers' clothes purchase behavior, These researches could not reflect the characteristics of the single consumers' clothes purchase behavior. In addition, little has been written on the single consumer. The purposes of this study are to identify the concept and psychologic characteristics of single consumer and investigate the effects of single consumers' psychologic characteristic and susceptibility to interpersonal influence on clothes shopping pursuing value. Also, It was analyzed how single consumer' pursuing values are different based on the type of single motivation. To test research problems, Data were collected by means of a survey questionnaire, which was sent to 300 single in Pusan and Ulsan. In total, 274 were returned and 14 were unusable because of unacceptable levels of missing data. The Results were summarized as follows: First, self-efficacy, informative and normative influence were positively related to utilitarian pursuing value employee satisfaction. Also, self-efficacy, variety seeking, innovativeness and informative influence had a positive effect on hedonic pursuing value. Second, voluntary single and nonvoluntary single group had different perceptions about self-efficacy, variety seeking, innovativeness, informative influence, and hedonic pursuing value.
The Evaluation of Movement Functionality on Improved Pattern-Design Working Uniform of Construction Site Worker
Kim, Seong-Suk ; Kim, Hee-Eun ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 2, 2007, Pages 237~242
The purpose of this study is to examine the functionality with improved pattern-design working uniform(protocol, P) and current working uniform(control, C). Movement functionality evaluation of improved pattern-design working uniform was carried out through sensory evaluation of working uniform. Movements for the sensory evaluation consisted of four types of up and down and horizontal movements of the shoulders, four types of waist movements and five types of knee movements. The results have been shown as follows: The sensory value of back girth, wrist, side seam area of the "P" with the posture of raising an arm forward up to
and the maximal arm's vertical movement significantly improved compared to the "C". Therefore, it can be concluded that movement functionality was increased with the improved pattern-design working uniform in the respect of arm's up and down movement. Furthermore, for P, Movement functionality improvements were shown in P with arm's horizontal movement, waist bending movement, and knee movement. Current working uniform(C) is jumper-type which wa designed without consideration for movement functionality of the arms and legs. But Pattern-design uniform(P) which was developed in this study. Therefore, the more patterns development, the better movement functionality in working uniform. The improved movement functionality improvements in working uniform will provide not only personal pleasantness but also efficiency of productivity at construction sites. In respect of human body's movement, further study for improved working uniform is required.
The Characteristics of Attached Textiles on the Remains of Shimchun-ri and Moonsan-ri Tombs
Park, Yoon-Mee ; Jeong, Bok-Nam ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 2, 2007, Pages 243~248
This study is about the fabric attached to the relics excavated from the Shimchun-ri tomb of the 4th century and the Moonsan-ri tombs of the 5th century. We studied 5 pieces of fabric from the Shimchun-ri tomb: one piece was silk and the other four pieces were hemp. We were able to observe 8 pieces from the four tombs in Moonsan-ri, All of them except one ramie were silk. The two kinds of bast fiber found in the tombs of Shimchun-ri and Moonsan-ri were hemp and ramie, and they were found to be plain woven with S-twist thread which thickness is uneven. The density was more fine compared to the hemps found in the Kaya or Shinra tombs of the similar era. All of the silk textiles found in the Shimchun-ri and Moonsan-ri tombs used non-twisted thread, and were plain woven. Also, we found degummed and raw silk from the tombs. The average density of the silk textiles from these tombs are similar to other areas of the same time, and studies show that they used non-twisted thread in plain woven silk found in other tombs. Therefore, we can conclude that they usually used non-twisted thread when producing silk textiles.