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  1. To prepare measures for washing synthetic fibers, which cause proliferation of microplastics in the marine ecosystem, a fundamental analysis is required. Therefore, this study established an efficient method f...

    Authors: Jungeun Lim, Jeein Choi, Ahyoung Won, Minji Kim, Sungmin Kim and Changsang Yun
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2022 9:24
  2. This study aimed to ascertain the appropriate test methods for the investigation of the effect of personal protective equipment on mobility of firefighters. Nine male volunteers performed a physical performanc...

    Authors: Su-Young Son, Satoshi Muraki and Yutaka Tochihara
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2022 9:22
  3. With technological advances in wearable health care monitoring system, there increasing demands for the patterning technology for reliable sensors. Dry-film photoresists (DFRs) have several advantages for the ...

    Authors: Chiara Amicucci, Heebo Ha, Paolo Matteini and Byungil Hwang
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2022 9:20
  4. As a part of material culture, clothing embodies the cultural specificity based on the influence of that culture on individuals. The cultural value model of Hofstede broadly describes the dimensional character...

    Authors: Sun Young Choi, Jeyeon Jo, Yuri Lee, Jisoo Ha and Joeun Lee
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2022 9:19
  5. This study investigated how film franchise fans with varying levels of fanship perceive subtle versus explicit signals featured on fan-themed apparel products. A between-subjects experimental design was conduc...

    Authors: Dina Cherise Smith-Glaviana and Jung Eun Lee
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2022 9:18
  6. Commercially available children’s cloth masks range widely in material type and fabric structures, methods of construction, layering, and shape, and there is a lack of sizing systems, anthropometric data or gu...

    Authors: Jenny Leigh Du Puis, Lauren Forstenhausler, Katarina Goodge, Mona Maher, Margaret Frey, Fatma Baytar and Huiju Park
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2022 9:14
  7. As the global population ages, there is an increasing demand for physical assistive devices for the elderly. This study aimed to develop and evaluate a wearable gripping aid for elderly women to assist in thei...

    Authors: Soo-Min Lee, Woo-Kyun Jung, Juyeon Park and Sung-Hoon Ahn
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2022 9:11
  8. After the development of Web 2.0 and social networks, analyzing consumers’ responses and opinions in real-time became profoundly important to gain business insights. This study aims to identify consumers’ pref...

    Authors: Hyojung Kim, Inho Cho and Minjung Park
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2022 9:6
  9. The control of breast motions is a critical indicator to evaluate the comfort and function of sports bras. If the breast motions can be predicted based on the gait parameters detected by wearable sensors, it w...

    Authors: Jie Zhou, Qian Mao, Jun Zhang, Newman M. L. Lau and Jianming Chen
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2022 9:3
  10. The main aim of this study is to determine the thermo-physiological comfort properties of single knit fabrics and their derivatives. As the Single Jersey knitted fabrics are the most widely used fabrics in the...

    Authors: Rajesh Mishra, Hafsa Jamshaid, Sheraz Hussain Siddique Yosfani, Uzair Hussain, Muhammad Nadeem, Michal Petru, Martin Tichy and Miroslav Muller
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2021 8:40
  11. This paper summarises the results of a more than 5-year practice-led study on the use of upcycling design and production methods in garment mass production. The efficiency of upcycling design approach is descr...

    Authors: Reet Aus, Harri Moora, Markus Vihma, Reimo Unt, Marko Kiisa and Sneha Kapur
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2021 8:34
  12. While the development of virtual reality (VR) apps is trending among fashion retailers to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic and promote consumers’ online shopping, less is understood about whether and the way th...

    Authors: Oiyan Lau and Chung-Wha (Chloe) Ki
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2021 8:36
  13. This study used several informatics techniques to analyze consumer-driven social media data from four cities (Paris, Milan, New York, and London) during the 2019 Fall/Winter (F/W) Fashion Week. Analyzing keywo...

    Authors: Yeong-Hyeon Choi, Seungjoo Yoon, Bin Xuan, Sang-Yong Tom Lee and Kyu-Hye Lee
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2021 8:33
  14. The study explores the importance of market orientation strategy to enhance brand performance and the mediating role of positioning strategies. The researcher used questionnaires to collect data from the manag...

    Authors: Rana Faizan Gul, Dunnan Liu, Khalid Jamil, Sajjad Ahmad Baig, Fazal Hussain Awan and Mingguang Liu
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2021 8:37
  15. The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the water-repellent properties of newly-developed combat uniforms using a rainfall tower system. Two types of water-repellent- combat uniforms with an identical...

    Authors: Juyoun Kwon, Kijoon Kim, Jeongkyun Ju and Joo-Young Lee
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2021 8:30
  16. Textile waste presents a major burden on the environment, contributing to climate change and chemical pollution as toxic dyes and finishing chemicals enter the environment through landfill leachate. Moreover, ...

    Authors: Michael Cuiffo, Hye Jung Jung, Asta Skocir, Theanne Schiros, Emily Evans, Elizabeth Orlando, Yu-Chung Lin, Yiwei Fang, Miriam Rafailovich, Taejin Kim and Gary Halada
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2021 8:25
  17. We explored how viewing one’s anthropometric virtual avatar would affect the viewer’s self-body perception through the comparative evaluation of self-concepts—self-esteem and self-compassion, within the framew...

    Authors: Juyeon Park and Jennifer Paff Ogle
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2021 8:28
  18. Over the past 25 years, understanding males’ interest in and outcomes of muscularity has developed into a major area of study. Research has been fueled by the development of measures of both the attitudinal an...

    Authors: Sharron J. Lennon and Kim K. P. Johnson
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2021 8:20

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