This study investigated the effects of smart phone usage motives and fashion brand app factors upon the intention to accept fashion brand applications. Data were collected from 250 female college students living in Seoul and Gyeonggi-do. 220 reliable data were analyzed by frequency, factor analysis, Cronbach`s alpha, ANOVA,, Duncan test, paired t-test, chi-square analysis, regression. The results were as follows: Firstly, the ‘information acquisition`` and the`use of time` were considered to be the most important motive factors driving consumer`s smart phone usage. Secondly, the motives underpinning smart phone user`s intention to accept a fashion brand application were ``social relationships``, ``entertainment``, and ``information acquisition``. Thirdly, the frequently used factors during the usage of fashion brand application could be classified in order of frequency as follows: ``product information provision``, ``store information provision``, ``coordinated information provision``, ``fashion information provision``, ``entertainment provision``, ``hobbies and life information provision``, virtual wearing provision``, ``SNS provision``, and, ``events and coupons provision``. Fourthly, a factor analysis of these nine factors were classified into ‘basic information type’, and ‘additional information type’. The influences of basic information type and the additional information type upon the intention to accept the fashion brand application showed the following significant result: The basic information type had a greater influence upon the intention to accept the fashion brand app.