Hanbok

Description:

Traditional Korean child's Hanbok ensemble of rayon damask.

A) Wrap dress (Chima) of red large floral damask with with red net "suspenders", and ties of red satin.

B) Jacket-like upper garment (Jeogori) of green large floral rayon damask. Cropped, square neckline that wraps at bust with long red ties. Long sleeves with stripes of red, green, yellow, pink, blue, and white with red printed symbols.

Creator(s): Unknown
Location(s): South Korea
Creation Date: [1960..2006]  
Partner(s):
UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Collection(s):
Texas Fashion Collection
Usage:
Total Uses: 21
Past 30 days: 0
Yesterday: 0
Creator:
Unknown
Date(s):
  • Creation: [1960..2006]
Coverage:
Place
South Korea
Date
[1960..2006]  
Description:

Traditional Korean child's Hanbok ensemble of rayon damask.

A) Wrap dress (Chima) of red large floral damask with with red net "suspenders", and ties of red satin.

B) Jacket-like upper garment (Jeogori) of green large floral rayon damask. Cropped, square neckline that wraps at bust with long red ties. Long sleeves with stripes of red, green, yellow, pink, blue, and white with red printed symbols.

Note:

The traditional clothing of Korea, the hanbok (Chos┼Ćn-ot in North Korea) is worn in modern times as semi-formal or formal wear for festivals and celebrations. An adult's hanbok
would be worn by an upper-class woman. The child's hanbok may have been worn by a boy or girl, probably at the child's first birthday. The basic hanbok has been known for centuries, although has been adapted and modified over time to incorporate foreign influences and modern textiles.

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Contributor(s):
Partner:
UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Collection:
Texas Fashion Collection
Identifier:
  • LOCAL-CONT-NO: 2011.021.003
  • ARK: ark:/67531/metadc277043
Resource Type: Physical Object
Format: Image
Rights:
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