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A study on simulation of women's Jacket using 3D CAD system (3D CAD system을 활용한 여성재킷 시뮬레이션에 관한 연구)

  • Kwak, Younsin
    • The Journal of the Convergence on Culture Technology
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    • v.4 no.3
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    • pp.191-196
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    • 2018
  • The purpose of this study is to propose improvements for 3D garment simulation system by comparison with the difference between real garment and 3D garment simulation A, B of women's jacket. The process of the study was to take pictures on the standard sized subject wearing the jacket of basic size, to get a avatar from body sizes of the subject, and to obtain images of 3D garment simulation on the avatar. The appearance evaluation was resulted by the method of a questionnaire survey after presenting the images to 20 members of women's jacket customer. On that appearance evaluation, performed comparative analysis of same degree between the real garment and the Virtual garment A in women's jacket. And performed comparative analysis of same degree between the real garment and the Virtual garment B in women's jacket. It was done t-test for difference in appearance evaluation between real garment/virtual garment A and Real garment/virtual garment B. There were the differences on 4 areas: 1 question on the fabric, 9 questions on the front, 3 questions on the side, and 6 questions on the back.

A Study on Women's Jacket Sleeve Patterns of the 1890s and 1900s (1890년대와 1900년대 여성복 재킷 소매 패턴형태연구)

  • Park, So Jin;Chun, Jongsuk
    • Family and Environment Research
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    • v.52 no.1
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    • pp.55-62
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of this study is to identify changes in the sleeve patterns of women's jackets from the end of the 19th century to the early 20th century. To meet this purpose, we analyzed nine sets of historic sleeve patterns. The experimental sleeve patterns were selected from the English costume source books that provided women's costume patterns from the 1890s and 1900s. These experimental sleeve patterns were drafted on the basis of the directions given in the source books. The sleeve lengths, widths, and angles of each sleeve pattern were measured. The results of this study showed that the silhouette of the two-piece sleeves of women's jackets in the 1890s had a tight fit; further, they had a sharper elbow curve than that of 1900s' sleeves. The sleeves of the 1890s' women's jackets were 6-11 cm shorter or narrower than the sleeves of the 1900s' jackets. The under-sleeve inseam angle of the 1890s' sleeve was greater than that of the 1900s' sleeve. The outseam angle of the upper sleeve was greater than the under-sleeve angle of the 1900s' sleeve pattern. The elbow curve of the women's jacket sleeve pattern appeared to be a sluggish silhouette. This change happened as the outseam angle of the under sleeve was reduced. This shows that the elbow curve silhouette of the women's jacket sleeves of the 1890s and 1900s has controlled the change in the under-sleeve outseam angle.

A study on the 3D simulation system improvement through comparing visual images between the real garment and the 3D garment simulation of women's Jacket (여성 재킷의 실제착의와 가상착의 비교를 통한 3D 가상착의 시스템 개선에 대한 연구)

  • Kwak, Younsin
    • The Journal of the Convergence on Culture Technology
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    • v.2 no.3
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    • pp.15-22
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this study is to propose improvements for 3D garment simulation system by comparison with the difference between real garment and 3D garment simulation of women's jacket. The process of the study was to take pictures on the standard sized subject wearing the jacket of basic size, to get a avatar from body sizes of the subject, and to obtain images of 3D garment simulation on the avatar. The appearance evaluation was resulted by the method of a questionnaire survey after presenting the images to 24 members of patterner and 22 members of designer. On that appearance evaluation by designer group, perform comparative analysis of differences between the real garment and the 3D garment simulation of women's jacket. On that appearance evaluation by patterner group, perform comparative analysis of differences between the real garment and the 3D garment simulation of women's jacket. There were the differences on 4 areas: 1 questions of the side, 1 questions on the back, 7 questions on the sleeve, and 1 questions on the collar, and the results showed that the 3D garment simulation was preferable on each question.

A study of the movement adaptability of classical opera costume - Focusing on 19th century women's jacket - (클래식 오페라 무대의상의 동작기능성 개선방안 연구 - 19세기 여성 재킷을 중심으로 -)

  • Kwon, Kyounghyun;Chun, Jongsuk
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.25 no.3
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    • pp.301-314
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    • 2017
  • This study focused on the movement adaptability of $19^{th}$ century classical opera stage costumes. Researchers focused on a basic $19^{th}$ century women's jacket. The study analyzed movement adaptability using ROM (range-of-motion) tests of the upper limb flexion and abduction postures. It developed two research garments to mimic basic $19^{th}$ century style jackets with or without gussets at the axilla. The ROM experiment identified the gusset size as 11cm in length. Experimental postures included upper limb flexion and abduction. The study measured subjective comfort at 8 postures. These postures included the flexion and abduction of the arms and torso. Subjects also evaluated the subjective comfort of the rotation posture of the torso. Researchers evaluated the similarities between research garments' silhouettes and the $19^{th}$ century women's jacket. The study used a 3D virtual fitting system to evaluate fit, and specialists further analyzed fit with photographs and 3D virtual graphics. The results are as follows. The silhouettes of both research garments were similar to the silhouettes of the $19^{th}$ century western women's jacket. The jacket with axilla gusset had a better fit than the basic style jacket. The basic style jacket without the axilla gusset showed limited movement adaptability at the shoulder joint and it caused discomfort at the axilla and elbow. The 3D virtual fit test was not a suitable method for analyzing silhouette similarity.

A Study on the Production and Badness of Women's Jacket Manufacturing Companies (숙녀복(淑女服) 재킷 봉제업체(縫製業體)의 생산(生産) 및 부량(不良) 실태(實態) 연구(硏究))

  • Shim, Jae-Hee;Sohn, Hee-Soon
    • Journal of Fashion Business
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    • v.5 no.4
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    • pp.118-126
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    • 2001
  • The purpose of this study, which is related with local women's jacket Manufacturing companies in Seoul and Kyeong-Ki areas, is for the research of general problems, badness in those companies, noticing products' quality level, and full solutions of luxurious sewing technology and high quality products. The results of this study are as follows. 1. Most women's jacket manufacturing companies are poor and producing system is on a changing trend to the pair system. 2. A wage level of inspectors are low compared with working experiences and working period is short compared with working experiences. So, the separation rate was high. 3. The inspection form is full style, but some companies are just inspecting samples or frequent check. 4. Insperation method is highly at the rate of self-inspection and head office inspection. There are inspects in their factories and companies, but some companies don't. 5. There are lots of badness styles such as shrinking of fabric, contaminating of product, dying of fabric, pressing. 6. A work standard, workers' technical education, and giving purposes to workers are demanded for avoiding of products badness.

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A Study on Wearing Fitness of Middle Aged Women's Jacket with Non-Stretchable Fabric and Stretchable Fabric (비스트레치 소재와 스트레치 소재를 이용한 중년여성 재킷 착의적합성 연구)

  • Park, Ji-Eun;Kim, Hee-Eun
    • Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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    • v.6 no.4
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    • pp.485-491
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    • 2004
  • The purpose of this study is to analyze the wearing fitness of middle aged women's jacket with non-Stretchable Fabric and stretchable fabric. We surveyed the size of jackets and process of pattern making with stretchable fabric in companies which produce the clothing mainly for middle aged women. Based upon the result of process of pattern making, two kind of experimental jacket with non-stretchable and stretchable fabric were made. We measured space length between body and garment using 3D scanner and analyzed the clothing pressure 7 parts of body with 3 kinds of arm raising. The result were as follows : 1. Most parts of space length except bust were higher in non-stretchable jacket than in stretchable jacket. 2. Clothing pressure showed greater value with non-stretchable fabric jacket than with stretchable fabric jacket. Clothing pressure in upper arm point areas increased as the angle of the arm raising increased. Therefore, the sleeve width and armhole depth should he considered when the amount of wearing ease were reduced in jacket with stretchable fabric.

A Study on the Construction Technique of Western Women's Jacket in the Late 19th Century (19세기 말 서양 여성 재킷의 구성기술에 관한 연구)

  • Ryu, Kyung Hwa;Kim, Yang Hee
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.65 no.7
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    • pp.60-74
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    • 2015
  • It is considered that jacket was widespread in the 19th century due to its simple and convenient production technique. This study aims to explore the western women's jacket in the late 19th century, which is the basis of modern women's outwear, and we focused on the patterns and construction, the technical aspect of the jacket. We researched pattern books and preserved costume materials, and the study methods are as follows: First, we analyzed the pattern of the jackets from the pattern books and preserved costumes. Second, we analyzed the construction of the jackets from the preserved costumes and compared it to previous researches. The study results are as follows: 19th century jacket consisted of a bodice, a back bodice, a side panel, two-piece sleeve and a collar. The front bodice had cuttings and a dart to make the jacket fit the shape of the body and the two-pieced leg of mutton sleeve, puffed at the shoulder. Various styles of collar and neckline existed. The pattern suggested diverse ways of designing a jacket, such as cutting with partition, dart and pattern expansion that focused on three-dimensional effect at that time.

Structural Equation Model(SEM) for Constituent Characteristics, Texture, Sensibility and Preference of Fabric (Part 1) - Weight of F/W Women's Jacket Fabrics - (구조방정식을 이용한 소재의 구성특성, 질감 및 감성과 선호도간의 관계모형 (제1보) - 추동 여성 자켓용 소재의 무게 중심으로 -)

  • Roh, Eui-Kyung;Ryu, Hyo-Seon
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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    • v.31 no.8
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    • pp.1240-1251
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    • 2007
  • The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between weight of fabrics and texture and sensibility and preference of consumers for F/W women's jacket fabrics. Structural Equation Model(SEM) using AMOS program was conducted to analyze the relationships. Then, this study aimed to provide useful information in planning designing fabrics through predicting the subjective characteristics analyzed. The main survey was developed the 7-point semantic differential scale of subjective texture, sensibility and preference. Fifty trained female panelists of 20-30 years old were participated and questionnaire method was used with 20 kind of fabric. The evaluation methods such as by the sense of sight & touch were used when fabrics were estimated subjectively. When evaluated by the sense of sight & touch, fabric's weight did not have effect directly on preference, but had effect indirectly on preference through the texture and the sensibility..

The Expressive Characteristics of Sexuality in Thom Browne fashion Jacket (톰 브라운 재킷 디자인에 나타난 섹슈얼리티 표현특성)

  • Park, Sooyeon;Kim, Mi-Young
    • Journal of the Korea Fashion and Costume Design Association
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    • v.18 no.3
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    • pp.183-196
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this research is to find out the characteristics of sexuality expressed in the contemporary modern fashion jacket, especially designer Thom Browne. Thom Browne is a very successful fashion brand that has focused on design of extraordinary theme. In the research methodology, the analysis was carried out over a total of 862 work pieces in the collection of S/S, F/W, RESORT, PRE-FALL from 2010 to 2016. The characteristics of the contemporary expressions of sexualities can be subdivided into four separate categories. First, The demolition is inflated retail, exaggerated shoulder silhouettes, such as short sleeve jacket is mainly used in the form of a women's match with each other and expressed by different materials applied to men. Female jackets are designed for the silhouette to highlight the strong masculine image to highlight additional detail on the chest or vice versa, to express women's jacket to distort the female. Secondly, Sensuality is designed the body of a male was represented by a design that gives a greater masculinity was expressed that the interpretation of the male gender in detail jacket sleeves and wrap the exposed areas of the important men of fashion. Women's jacket by using a see-through material, mainly sensory Castle outward to reveal the concealed body of the female form a natural curve shows the feminine sensuality. Lastly, Incongruity is inadequate representation by sex of clothing to match the jacket and skirt in women's wear it is also unsuitable for revealing gender as male by applying soot forms. The study attempts to find the meaning in that this presents the direction of the creative development of the modern fashion design based on the aesthetic characteristics of Thom Browne fashion appearing in the modern fashion.

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An analysis of the production conditions for small-sized women's jacket products - Focusing on young contemporary brands for spring/summer 2021 - (여성복 스몰사이즈 재킷 제품 생산실태- 2021년 S/S 영컨템포러리 브랜드를 중심으로 -)

  • Lee, Yujin;Jang, Jeongah
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.29 no.6
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    • pp.849-864
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    • 2021
  • This study analyzed product conditions in terms of "size system," "clothing construction depending on fit," "details," "colors," and "prices," with an emphasis on young contemporary brands for spring/summer 2021, in order to provide basic data for the development of small-sized women's jackets. Out of 96 domestic and foreign brands, the study analyzed 254 small-sized jacket products from 23 brands that produce size-XS jackets. First, when examining the sizes for women's jackets, we found that 8 out of the 23 brands offer a size-XXS option. After conducting tree analysis to analyze the factors affecting the production of size-XXS, the study found significant results in the areas of "distinction between domestic and foreign brands" and "product price." Second, after categorizing small-sized women's jackets into 3 categories-fit-slim, basic, and straight-the study analyzed clothing construction elements depending on fit. This seasons mainly feature straight-fit's hip-line length jacket, a 4-panel pattern, and a panel without a waist dart. Third, the study, through the analysis of the colors of small-sized women's jackets, found a higher frequency of colors in the order of black (23.0%), white (13.3%), and beige tones (10.1%), with additional colors such as sky blue, rose pink, and aquamarine in production, which exhibit the senses of the seasons. Price analysis revealed that small-sized jackets constituted a price range at the mid-to-low end, as in ₩50,000-100,000 (30.3%), ₩100,000-150,000 (19.3%), and ₩150,000-200,000 (11.8%).