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Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association 2010;48(6):9-16. doi: https://doi.org/10.6115/khea.2010.48.6.009
A Study on Type Analysis and the Formative Exaggeration Phenomenon in Fashion through Indexical Consideration of Delong's Theory: Focus on 16th to 20th Century Women's Costumes
Jungmin Bae
Department of Clothing & Textiles, Chung-Ang University
Corresponding Author: Jungmin Bae ,Tel: +82-10-2558-7871 , Fax: +82-31-676-9932, Email: diana79@paran.com
Received: January 29, 2010; Revised: February 4, 2010   Accepted: April 21, 2010.
The formative exaggeration phenomenon, which makes the plastic space, escaping from the form peculiar to the human body, is being developed into the more diversified and abstract structure. This study analyzed the form and shape of costumes with objective attitude through the use of an oppositional concept method, which Delong presented from the formative viewpoint. Delong's theory, which was presented in this study, can be said to be one index that analyzed the form and shape of costumes. The costumes of the Renaissance Era, in which formative exaggeration is remarkable, are determinate in that they are closed and static, and can be classified into part, planer separation, and flat. The costumes of the Baroque and Rococo Eras are divided into similar formative perspectives, and can be said to be open, whole, and integrated due to indeterminate and diverse decorations. Entering modern times, the formative-exaggeration phenomenon in costumes of the Romantic Era are characterized by closed, part, and planer separation similar to costumes of the Renaissance Era. However, in the aspect of sleeve design and decoration, the characteristics of determinate and indeterminate were considered.
Keywords: exaggeration phenomenon, Delong`s theory, 16th to 20th century women`s costumes, type analysis
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