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To predict and foster professional research issues for the present and future, it is important to understand the stream of research trends. This study is to provide information of research trend through analysis of quantitative variables in 1,374 articles from the first issue to the present(2015) of the Fashion and Textiles Research Journal. As a result, in the former periods, articles in the field of textile science & technology and fashion design & historical concerns, and articles that used experiments and others as a research method were dominant; in the latter periods, articles in the field of fashion marketing & merchandising and apparel production & technology, and articles that used survey as a research method were dominant. According to each detailed research field and method, there were significant differences in the number of pages, authors and references of articles. In addition, it was found that the number of pages and the number of references increased sharply in the latter period, indicating that the contents of the papers were more detailed and faithful to references of other studies. Through the analysis of this study, it was found that Fashion and Textiles Research Journal published a variety of articles in the academic fields. The research information analyzed in this study will contribute to the future design for the research as well as the academic societies.
The purpose of this study is to suggest the direction of the future fashion by grasping the cyber fashion, which is discussed outstandingly in the recent fashion world, into internal expression and external features. The result of this study is as follows: Cyber fashion means the application of the electronic image, dynamic phenonmenon of machine, and the effects of light to fashion, and it has some external features of geometrical pattern, dynamic structure, and high-tech material and color Aside from this noticeable characteristics, cyber fashion has some internal features of the direction toward future, the anti-culture, and the surreal. In this cyber fashion, first, computer will be introduced and used as the means to realize a dream of human being. Second, it will be designed with the ideal feature of future society. Third, it will be possible to develope marterial and design to solve ecological issue of human beings. Fourth, the fashion to give the peace and stability to human being will be popular.
This study examines if men in the 20`s and 30`s have different preference for bag types according to their age and gender-role identity types in order to provide foundational data for the male bag market to segment its customers and establish marketing strategies. Total 288 questionnaire sheets were distributed to 186 men in the 20`s and 102 men in the 30`s residing in Busan. First, according to the result of analyzing their preference for bag types, adult men in the 20`s and 30`s preferred cross bags the most. It was also shown that men who are feminine or androgynous prefer back packs, shoulder bags, and tote bags to the other two types. Second, about cross bags, men in the 20`s showed a higher rate of having two or three than those in the 30`s. Men in the 20`s possessed back packs more than those in the 30`s. And men tend to show a lower rate of having shoulder bags compared with that of cross bags or back packs. Men in the 30`s possessed briefcases more than those in the 20`s. Masculine men had more briefcases than the other types of bags, and androgynous men tend to have more tote bags than the other types of bags. Third, men in the 20`s and 30`s all deemed that back packs go well with the casual style. Men in the 20`s regarded shoulder bags are the type of bags that harmoniously matches all styles including casual or semi-suit; however, men in the 30`s think they only suit casual or semi-suit. And it was also found that men in the 20`s think briefcases are the type of bags that goes well with various styles of clothes while men in the 20`s consider they are the type of bags only matching suits.
This study investigates the wearing trend and purchase facts for adult females in their 20s and 30s along with their fitting satisfaction for woven jackets and circular knitted jackets. A questionnaire survey on consumers investigated satisfaction with jackets according to clothing materials and repair trend after wearing. Subsequently, a preference for circular knitted jackets was shown higher than woven jackets. Females in their 20s preferred woven jackets than those in their 30s; however, the latter preferred circular knitted jackets than the former. For woven jackets, they showed the highest satisfaction with size; however, for circular knitted jackets, they showed the highest satisfaction with fitting. In the question on their satisfaction by jacket part, satisfaction with circular knitted jackets was higher in all items except for bust measurement, bottom edge measurement, elbow circumference, shoulder width, and clothes length. Circular knitted jackets had lower repair rates than woven jackets and woven jackets had significant differences by age in satisfaction with back width. The research results indicate that females in their 20s and 30s who value fit preference and practicality will increasingly wear knit clothes. Therefore, we can address the fitting satisfaction requirement of females in their 20s and 30s by taking the clothing material properties of circular knitted clothes into consideration. In addition, further research is required on jacket patterns in consideration of clothing materials.
The purpose of this study was to figure out the meaning and value of DIY shown in the fashion industry today, to analyze the types and characteristics of DIY applied to the products of domestic and global fashion brands, and to provide implications for brand marketing strategies. This study was based on qualitative research which was media contents analysis and brand case study on fashion DIY. The results were as follows: First, the concept of DIY involved the Semi- DIY way that meant individuals participated in not every step of design and making process but a part of them such as design process. Also, it was means for customization. Second, the value of DIY consisted of individual value, experiential value, enjoyable value, self-actualizaion value, social value, economic value and ethical value. Third, fashion DIY was classified into seven types: DIY choosing and assembling design components of a product, DIY modifying a design with trimming, DIY making a product by using DIY Kits, DIY modifying a design after making a product by using DIY Kits, DIY choosing design components, DIY designing, and DIY all making and designing. DIY could be applied as a key marketing strategy for mass customization to meet the value of individual consumer.