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Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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The Korean Society for ClothIng Industry
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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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미국 스마트섬유 시장에 대한 이해
Yoo, Hwa-Sook ; Park, Kwang-Hee ; Kim, Mun-Young ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 3, 2007, Pages 254~261
Scarf Design with Application of the Pangudae Petroglyph
Kim, Jong-Soon ; Jang, Jeong-Dae ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 3, 2007, Pages 262~269
Traces of ancestors in the era without letters can be found in their legacies and remains such as stone implement, earthenware, dwelling sites, etc. Petroglyph among them reflects their life and spirits as like an epic so that we can be with them through petroglyph. petroglyph is a common culture of mankind, which has been found in various places over the world. The infinite value of traditional culture has a great impact as much as it is unnecessary to more discuss about it. When a culture of a country is reproduced as a world-class product, the country can have visible profits as well as positive effects on diverse fields. The Pangudae petroglyph in Ulsan, consistion of fishery and huntihg religiong, is one of the greatest cultural legacies of the local own uniqueness, and a source and thesaurus of design development. Despite limited tools and unskilled tact, the Pangudae petroglyph Carving shows a strong vital power, which does not change by time, of a whale or a man with various methods such as line and face carving, embossed carving, etc. under a desperate and unconditional purpose, the survival. Thus, the study tries to suggest scarf designs that applies such beauty in fashion design by using the formative beauty caused by natural abrasion through the time, and the feel of lines and stony material.
A Study on the Costume Work Applying Kkot Mun(Floral Doors)
Moon, Myeng-Ok ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 3, 2007, Pages 270~277
Buddhist temples and halls signify paradise on earth. Buddhist sutras refer to paradise as a place where flowers fall down like snow, fragrance and music fill the air, flowers blossom and butterflies fly. The Kkot Mun of Buddhist temples are an essential part of the creation of this paradise and are ornamented with elaborate sculptures of flowers and animals. The ornamentation of the Kkot Mun is truly admirable for its artistry and beauty. Although the Kkot Mun is an element of Korean traditional Buddhist architecture, it could also be applied to costume work. I thought the characteristic elements of the Kkot Mun for the costume work were the flower, the lattice and the transparent effect that was made with the lattice and Dagjongee. I used the technique of strap cutting, strap twisting and cut-out for the lattice of Kkot Mun and flower making, knitting, cut-out and quilting for the flower of Kkot Mun. I represented the transparent effect of Kkot Mun with the lapped materials. I selected six remarkable Kkot Mun of Korean temples, revised shapes of these and made six costume works. These six costume works would be the suggestion of costume design if an element of Korean traditional architecture was applied to modern costume making.
The Influence of the Interval of Polka Dots on the Image of Clothes - Focused on One-Piece Dress -
Choi, Hye-Won ; Ryoo, Sook-Hee ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 3, 2007, Pages 278~285
The purpose of this study is the image of clothing according to the change of the dots' interval was analyzed and its influence on the formation of the image of polka dots clothing was investigated. White waterdrop patterns were designed on the 12 kinds of black texture using Photoshop and CAD program in regular arrangement of diamond figure, composed of white waterdrop(0.5 cm, 1.0 cm, 1.5 cm and 2 cm in diameter) and interval(diameter : interval - 1 : 1, 1 : 2, 1 : 4). Applying above specification, the photograph stimulus of 12 kinds of X-line one-piece dress with wide square neckline and without sleeve or detailed ornament was presented on a screen in the same size as when putting it on. The image of polka dots clothes was investigated by questionnaire survey. The object of the study was 320 females aged between 16 and 29. Factor analysis, one-way ANOVA, Scheff
verication and two-way ANOVA using SPSS 10.0 were carried out for data analysis. The research finding are as follows. First, the image of polka dots clothing consists of 4 factors as aesthetics, brevity, dynamism and lightweight. Secondly, the interval of the dot has a great influence on the formation of the image of polka dots clothing. Lastly, the evaluations of the image of polka dots clothing were different depending on the age and physical image, the personal characteristics of the object of investigation.
A Study on the Wearing Styles of First Birthday Suit for Boy
Lee, Soo-Hye ; Lee, Ja-Yeon ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 3, 2007, Pages 286~294
Dolbok, the first birthday suit, is a formal suit a person puts on for the first time after birth. It not only a symbolizes of Korean customs or traditions, but also represents transmitted ideas, values and lifestyles of Koreans. In this nation where strong preferences for son prevailed, dolbok for boy was specially important. 1.Styles of weaing Dolbok are classfied into trousers and jeogori, baeja, magoja, durumagi, jeonbok, sagyusam and yongpo styles in accordance with what kind of clothes was finally worn. 2. Accessories of dolbok for boys included dolddi, dol jumeoni, gulre, bokgeon, hogeon and tarae baeseon. 3. Dolbok of trousers and jeogori, baeja or magoja style simply consisted of 2 to 4 units of clothes. It was usually worn by ordinary people, and strongly imaged as common. Dolbok of durumagi or jeonbok style was a combination of 5 to 6 units of clothes and mainly worn by noble and royal families. It was remarkably formal, but quite brilliant. The suit for first birth anniversary which was sagyusam or yongpo was made in accordance with court rules and used by the royal family, It consisted of 7 to 8 units of clothes. Dolbok of sagyusam or yongpo style used invariable, simple patterns and colors, but had strong images of courtesy and dignity. 4. Regarding accessories of dolbok, the long-hanged goreum was a symbol of parental wishes for the
health and longevity and dolddi was joined by dol jumeonisymbolizing the wealth and prosperity of the baby. In addition, hogeon was a hat whose shape was the head of tiger symbolizing wishes for bravery and health and tarae beoseon was childlen's socks that had seams, symbolizing prosperity, on the fore edge. Seon for sagyusam was used as a symbol of preventing diseases or evil spirits to protect the health of the baby.
PCM Technology Development Trends of Korea and USA by Patent Analysis of Phase Change Material Related to Textile Products
Yoo, Hwa-Sook ; Park, Kwang-Hee ; Kim, Moon-Young ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 3, 2007, Pages 295~302
Phase change material-related patents filed at Korea Institute of Patent Information(KIPI) and United States Patent and Trademark Office(USPTO) were analyzed for understanding the PCM's technological level of Korea and providing the information for establishing the research development policy concerned with high technology fibers. Patent data from 1980 to 2005 collected from KIPI and USPTO internet sites were examined using the number of patents and share of assignees in patents. The contents of patent were classified according to IPC(International Patent Classification) and assignees were divided into individual and firm/public body. The results of comparing total number of patents in USA with that in Korea showed USA had as 2.3 times as Korea had. The number of patents of USA had increased steadily since 1980 whereas that of Korea sharply since 2001. The number of patents of Korea from 2001 to 2005 was more than that of USA. USA was specialized in fundamental technology and Korea was specialized in application area with PCM. Assignees who had the most patents were firms and the next were individuals. Assignees who applied for several patents were more in USA than in Korea and patent application numbers per the assignees were higher for USA.
Demographic Characteristics, Consumer Values and Personalization Strategies of Apparel Brands
Kim, Yeon-Hee ; Lee, Kyu-Hye ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 3, 2007, Pages 303~311
The apparel market is extremely competitive and thus apparel manufacturers should try to maximize consumer satisfaction with cost-efficient but consumer-oriented strategies. Personalized strategies considering each consumer's characteristics have to be developed. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of consumers' characteristics on personalization strategies of apparel brands. Investigating personalization based on consumers' values and demographic characteristics will allow apparel manufacturers to attract target consumers. A survey method was used for the empirical study. Questionnaires from 420 respondents were analyzed using factor analysis, cluster, t-test, and ANOVA. The results indicated a significant influence of consumer values on customer service-related aspects of personalization. Female consumers demanded product- and information-oriented factors of personalization. Age, residential area, and clothing expense also had significant influence on the need for personalization of apparel shopping.
A Study on Solo Consumers' Shopping Orientation
Suh, Yong-Han ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 3, 2007, Pages 312~318
Changing demographics and social values suggest that marketers will see an increase in the number of solo customers. Solo consumer often have different reasons for their solo consumer shopping experience. Proper offer of the shopping environment or services and proper training of the service provider to recognize these different motivation will result in a higher level of satisfaction for all solo consumer. The purposes of this study are to identify the demographic characteristics of solo consumer and investigate the difference of solo consumer' shopping orientation in clothes shopping process. To test research problems, Data were collected by means of a survey questionnaire, which was sent to 250 single in Pusan and Ulsan. In total, 224 were returned and 25 were unusable because of unacceptable levels of missing data. The Results were summarized as follows: First, solo consumer had higher incomes, and higher education experience. Second, solo consumer and non-solo consumer (companion consumer) group had significantly different shopping orientation about ostentationbrand, convenience, and hedonic.
Analysis of Foot Characteristics According to the Classification of Foot Types of Junior High School Girls
Lim, Ji-Young ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 3, 2007, Pages 319~326
The health of feet is connected with individual's health and affects a man's activity. Shoes need to be designed to protect feet and to absorb the impact of land. In order to choose suitable shoes for feet, the foot size and shape must be considered, so it is essential to grasp the exact size and shape of the foot. This study aims to present fundamental data on shoes' easy order prototype development for choosing shoes of good wearing comfort, by classifying feet size and shape junior high school boys in the early adolescent period. The subject were 217 Korean junior high school girls in age from 14 to 16 years old. The subjects were directly measured anthropometrically and indirectly analyzed photographically. 7 factors were extracted through factor analysis and those factors comprised 78.59% of total variance. The factors were characterized foot length, foot girth and width, foot shape around the fifth toes, foot shape around the first toes, angle of foot breadth, foot height, and foot length of upper foot. 3 clusters as their foot shape were categorized using 7 factor scores by cluster analysis. Type 1 had smaller in foot girth, width and length than other types and with deformed fifth toe. Type 2 had average size and high foot shape. Type 3 was characterized by long large foot with deformed first toe. The results would be a great support in producing and choosing appropriate shoes if forms are classified by subdividing foot form classification and extract a factor which shows only the foot sole shape.
Suggestion of the Structure for Development of Smart Pants with Vibrating Massaging Function
Choi, Sun-Yoon ; Lee, Jeong-Ran ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 3, 2007, Pages 327~335
As the digital environment gets ubiquitous, domestic and international research and development on smart clothing is being conducted actively these days. However, most research is being carried out with its center on upper garment. So research on lower garment is insufficient even though it affects wearer's activity and comfort to a great extent when digital devices are attached or wearers moves their body. Therefore, the type of clothes this research proposes is men's formal pants which have an electrically-vibrating wearable device. These are smart pants which are helpful in easing muscle pain with their massaging effect in daily life. For this purpose, this research intends to develop patterns considering the body shapes and movements of wearers and suggest a tentative structure plan for smart pants where a vibration device is attached, which is mainly composed of vibrating motor, controller, and switch, and considered their bulks, numbers, attaching places.
Perceptions and Attitudes of Housewives on Scalp and Hair Management
Kim, Myung-Woo ; Kim, Sung-Nam ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 3, 2007, Pages 336~340
In this study, "housewives" are defined as married women who take care of housework mostly and do not work outside of home. Changing family types and higher education level of housewives enable them to be more interested in heath, beauty, and appearance. Increased interest and more frequent visits to hair salons cause scalp damage as well as hair damage, which results in hair loss. Moreover, some women suffers from scalp and hair damage due to childbirth, but many of them are not aware of it. Therefore, this study tries to find out the following; housewives' perceptions on hair and scalp management, and how such perceptions are formed. In addition, this study will present the direction for beauty marketing taking into account the characteristics of housewives and provide data necessary for them to keep their hair and scalp healthy. For these purposes, a survey was carried out after modifying the questionnaire through a presurvey. The survey tried to find 1) perceptions on hair and scalp management according to demographic characteristics, and attitude toward hair and scalp management according to demographic characteristics. Data were analyzed using frequency analysis, cross tabulation, t-test, factor analysis, and Analysis of Variance. The results were as follows, most recognize the importance of hair and scalp management but do not receive management because of the high cost, most of them receive information about hair and scalp management from people around them, and the higher the education level and health status, the more active the attitude toward hair and scalp management. These differences were all statistically significant.
The Change of Hair Surface According to Perm Treatment Method
Kim, Jung-Hae ; Yoo, Tae-Soon ; Jung, Youn ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 3, 2007, Pages 341~346
This research is the hair damage as treating a perm before and after that is compared the change of surface characteristics of human hair. On the basis of this, we would to show a basic data for hair damage prevention and hair improvement to keep the beautiful and healthy hair. Results are as follows; For the change of formational characteristics of hair surface, untreated hair before the perm treatment had smooth appearance overall and undamaged scale that is in pattern and finely folded was observed but damaged hair and extremely hair had uneven edge and damages throughout along with the dissolution of scale which the border of epidermal gap is unclear. Hair after a perm treatment caused cortical exposures due to extensive loss of scale during the treatment and even bubble effect. Protein perm, regular perm, soft perm, and direct heating perm, in that order, had the most damages to the hair.
The Physical Properties of Filling Batt Using Polyester Yarn
Park, Myung-Soo ;
Fashion & Textile Research Journal, volume 9, issue 3, 2007, Pages 347~350
To analyse basic properties for making packing batt according to doubling condition, packing batt yarn, of
made from DTY yarn
/48 were produced from KTDI. The results are as follows: The birefringence of the sample yarn increased with increasing the annealing temperature and denier. The initial modulus of the sample yarn decreased with increasing the annealing temperature and denier. The higher than annealing temperature of
, initial modulus of the sample are equilibrated. The strain recovery ratio of samples decreased with increasing the annealing temperature and denier. The lower than annealing temperature of
, strain recovery ratio of the sample are decreased Where the
yarns are at
the specific bending rigidity value obtained is 0.65kgf/d but the twisted yarn (3,600) obtained 0.006 (
). However, where the heat temperature is
, specific bending rigidity value obtained 0.003(