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Analysis of Variations in Structural Components and Design Elements of Women's Jackets -A Focus on 2013 S/S~2017 F/W Milan Collections-

여성 재킷의 형태적 변화에 관한 분석 -2013년 S/S~2017년 F/W 밀라노 컬렉션을 중심으로-

  • 김효숙 (건국대학교 의상디자인학과) ;
  • 김지민 (건국대학교 의상디자인학과)
  • Received : 2019.01.03
  • Accepted : 2019.02.01
  • Published : 2019.02.28

Abstract

This study reviewed photos of women's jackets shown at Milano Collections from 2013 S/S to 2017 F/W to identify the variations and trends in their structural components and design elements with respect to year and season. 576 photos, which consist of 276 S/S jackets and 300 F/W jackets by renowned Italian luxury fashion brands; Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Fendi, Max Mara and Jil Sander, were analyzed. Some of the highlighted findings are as follows; in the structural aspects, the H-line silhouette, below waist to hip line length, natural shoulder line and single button closure were the most frequently appearing components among all the jackets. For the design elements, the largest number of jackets was made of woven fabric in single color, while fur was mostly used in F/W seasons for its warmth, heaviness and bulky appearance. From the results, it was established that variations were made to the jacket components and design elements to the extent that they convey predominant jacket styles with a certain level of practicality and performance. However, the study also found that some of the jackets demonstrated design diversity and innovation by adopting daring styles, bold materials and colors. As the findings of this study identified the variations and trends in women's jacket components in recent years, they can be applied towards developing high end women's jackets to meet the demands and distinctive needs of luxury clothing buyers and distributors.

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Table 1. Number of Jackets by Year and Season

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Table 2. Number of Jackets by Brand

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Table 3. Silhouette and Length

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Table 4. Examples of Silhouette and Length

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Table 5. Collar, Sleeve and Shoulder line

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Table 5. Continued

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Table 6. Examples of Collar, Sleeve and Shoulder line

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Table 6. Continued

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Table 7. Type of Front Openings and Closures

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Table 8. Number of Buttons and Position of First Button

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Table 9. Examples of First Button Position

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Table 10. Types of Pockets

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Table 11. Examples of Pocket Types

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Table 12. Fabrics and Colors

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Acknowledgement

Supported by : 건국대학교

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