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A conceptual framework for Asian women's emotional needs in fashion design

Title
A conceptual framework for Asian women's emotional needs in fashion design
Authors
An H.Lee I.
Ewha Authors
이인성
SCOPUS Author ID
이인성scopus
Issue Date
2015
Journal Title
International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education
ISSN
1754-3266JCR Link
Citation
vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 206 - 213
Keywords
Asian womenConsumer needsEmotional designFashion design
Publisher
Taylor and Francis Ltd.
Indexed
SCOPUS scopus
Abstract
Despite recognition of consumer emotions in design practice today, a literature review of design research in the field of fashion has revealed a lack of conceptualisation of consumers' emotional needs in fashion. In Asia, the ready-made clothing market has grown remarkably in such a short time with Western trends without considering the emotional and cultural needs related to design. In view of these gaps, this study firstly characterised consumer's emotional design needs through a literature review, and involved a survey of 260 Asian females from 8 nationalities and after analysis of their responses, the data were used to formulate a Functional, Expressive, and Aesthetic (FEA) emotional needs model. Asian women's emotional needs for fashion can be classified into three representative standards: functional, expressive, and aesthetic; and for each, criteria for emotional design can be visualised through 25 pairs of adjectives. The research results provide insights into emotional design as a new guideline to elaborate further and to conceptualise Asian women's emotional needs in fashion. © 2015 The Textile Institute and Informa UK Ltd.
DOI
10.1080/17543266.2015.1053421
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