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Fashion and Textiles

International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research

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Welcome to Fashion and Textiles!

The fashion and textiles discipline is highly diverse, covering natural sciences, humanities, social sciences, and the arts. In today's rapidly changing, increasingly complex environment of academia and industries, this discipline is becoming ever more intertwined. Fashion and Textiles provides scholars and industry experts a platform to showcase the latest progress in this exciting and ever-developing field. 

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Call for Papers: Appearance, Dress, and Social Psychology in the Contemporary Society

Recognizing the relevance and importance of social psychology in explaining dress-related behaviors, we aim to seek original and novel research to deepen our understanding of the dress behaviors in the contemporary society. This special issue will carry revised and extended versions of selected papers presented at the 2018 KSCT-ITAA joint symposium, but we are also inviting other experts to submit manuscripts for this call.

Call for Papers: Toward Sustainability and Transformative Innovation

Innovation and sustainability have become the greatest driver of success for the global fashion and textile industry which are among the largest employers in Korea and globally.  The magnitude and complexity of this unprecedented market disruption has academia and the practitioners struggling to manage the phenomena. With information available 24/7/365 through digital access and transformative technology, the conventional perspective and analytic approach are not able to keep business sustainability nor value equation. Minimal research addresses this phenomenon and a robust body of knowledge is lacking to frame understanding. 

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Call for Papers: New Approaches to Apparel Making in the 21st Century

This article collection focuses on advancing knowledge on how apparel is made and will be made including new technologies, advances in sizing and fit, and virtual prototyping. It includes digital product development and manufacturing that uses integrated, computer-based systems to create product and manufacturing processes simultaneously and may use simulation, 3D visualization, analytics, and collaboration tools.

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Published collections

Sustainable Functional Textiles and Clothing 
Edited by Gang Sun

Collaboration with Technology to Sell Fashion: The Fourth Industrial Revolution in Fashion Retail Business
Edited by Ho Jung Choo
First published 15 February 2019

3D Printing and Wearable Technology in Fashion
Edited by Young-A Lee and Helen Koo
First published 28 December 2017

Sustainability and the Triple Bottom Line within the Global Clothing and Textiles Industry
Edited by Kim Y. Hiller and Joy M. Kozar
First published 28 November 2016

Fashion and Gender
Edited by Sharron J. Lennon and Jennifer Yurchisin
First published 20 November 2015

Innovations in Teaching and Industry Practices
Edited by Yoon-Jung Lee
First published 1 September 2015

Important notice

Fashion and Textiles now levies an article-processing charge (APC) on all articles accepted for publication in the journal. 

The Society has funds to cover the full APC for a limited number of articles. Please contact before submission.

Please click here to learn more about APCs, including other potential funding options.

Best Paper Award

Every year, the two best papers in Fashion and Textiles (one in physical sciences, one in humanities/social sciences) are selected from among the papers published in the journal during the previous year. 

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Associated Society


Fashion and Textiles is affiliated with The Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles


Fashion and Textiles is supported by the Korean Federation of Science and Technology Societies Grant funded by the Government of the Republic of Korea (Ministry of Education).

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