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  1. On January 21, 2017, several million protesters took part in the “Women’s March on Washington” and its more than 400 sister Marches held in cities throughout the U.S. and across the globe. One enduring image o...

    Authors: Nancy L. Malcom, Addie K. Martindale, V. Ann Paulins, Julie L. Hillery and Alexandra Howell
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2020 7:32
  2. This study sheds light on a prominent issue in retailing: how the digital atmosphere can affect the consumer decision-making process in a fashion retail store. Digital devices and services such as digital scre...

    Authors: Ha Youn Kim, Yuri Lee, Erin Cho and Yeo Jin Jung
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2020 7:30
  3. With this interpretive study, we sought to understand how weaving as an activity contributed to constructing women handloom weavers’ cultural identity in the region of Ri-Bhoi, a district in Meghalaya, India, ...

    Authors: Rebecca Maria Dias, Jennifer Paff Ogle and Sonali Diddi
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2020 7:31
  4. Bio ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) produced with sugarcane-derived ethylene is an eco-friendly alternative material that can perform similarly to an oil-based synthetic rubber while reducing dependenc...

    Authors: Jeong Seon Sang, Taehyung Kim, Eun-Young Park, Juhyun Park, Yumin Eum and Kyung Wha Oh
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2020 7:29
  5. Smart clothing is believed to have an enormous growth potential, but at present, it is not so attractive in terms of sales. This study identified various obstacles affecting consumers’ interest in smart clothi...

    Authors: Naan Ju and Kyu-Hye Lee
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2020 7:21
  6. This study investigated the body image experiences unique to collegiate female athletes in relation to their apparel wear. Female athletes (n = 36) participated in interview sessions, 3D body scanning, and pho...

    Authors: Mary Claire Nemeth, Huiju Park and Jane Mendle
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2020 7:16
  7. This study investigated how corporate sustainability performance can be attained through the interface of corporate ethical values and leader-member exchange, and how employees’ positive and negative behaviors...

    Authors: Stacy H. Lee
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2020 7:25
  8. Humans wear products and use tools that interface with their hands to provide abrasion resistance, impact protection, grip, thermal comfort, and detailed maneuvers. The skills needed to design new and innovati...

    Authors: Susan L. Sokolowski
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2020 7:15

    The Correction to this article has been published in Fashion and Textiles 2020 7:26

  9. The textile sector is one of the most representative of Spanish industry, contributing to the wealth of the country with close to 10% of the business fabric in Spain. However, in spite of this daily consumptio...

    Authors: Luna Santos-Roldán, Beatriz Palacios-Florencio and Juan Manuel Berbel-Pineda
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2020 7:11
  10. Today, fashionable menswear is appropriating traditionally feminine design elements on an unparalleled international scale. This phenomenon should not be interpreted purely as a subversive gender issue, but sh...

    Authors: Hoe Ryung Lee, Jongsun Kim and Jisoo Ha
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2020 7:4
  11. Bridelia ferruginea B dye was extracted from the bark of the tree using aqueous extraction method. Extracted dye was used to dye cellulosic (cotton) fabric in presence of 5% calcium chloride (CaCl2) or 5% alum (K...

    Authors: Jamiu Mosebolatan Jabar, Ademola Israel Ogunmokun and Tella Adewale Akanni Taleat
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2020 7:1
  12. The purpose of this study is to compare and analyze physical properties of different fluorescent fabrics and retroreflective materials to determine their compliance to international standard for high-visibilit...

    Authors: Soonja Park
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2019 6:34
  13. Transformable apparel offers two or more functional and/or alternative aesthetic styles through various manipulative methods, which is considered a sustainable alternative in the fashion industry to reduce exc...

    Authors: Chunmin Lang and Bingyue Wei
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2019 6:26
  14. The use of the three-dimensional (3D) printing technique is gaining popularity due to its ability to produce products with minimum waste. 3D printing can be used to add polymers onto woven fabrics to produce n...

    Authors: Nonsikelelo Sheron Mpofu, Josphat Igadwa Mwasiagi, Londiwe C. Nkiwane and David Njuguna
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2019 6:24
  15. Bio-EPDM, produced from sugarcane-derived ethylene, is an eco-friendly alternative material that can solve environmental pollution problems while showing performances similar to neoprene, a petroleum-based syn...

    Authors: Joeng Seon Sang, Eun-Young Park, Sung-Wook Lim, Soonjee Park and Kyung Wha Oh
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2019 6:21
  16. Conspicuity enhancing trims on turnout gear promote firefighters’ abilities to (1) reduce the possibility of struck-by accidents, (2) be located and recognized by others, and (3) coordinate their work with col...

    Authors: Jonathan T. Kahl, Nathan J. Anderson, Glenn Casner, Vera Shuman and Tim J. Gardner
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2019 6:18
  17. Within the moral responsibility theory of corporate sustainability (MRCS) framework (Ha-Brookshire in J Bus Ethics, 2015. https://​doi.​org/​10.​1007/​s10551-015-2847-2

    Authors: Nannan Yang and Jung E. Ha-Brookshire
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2019 6:15
  18. In the original publication of this article (Choo 2019), the author would like to add the omitted research to the list of this special collection, “collaborating with technology to sell fashion.”

    Authors: Ho Jung Choo
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2019 6:31

    The original article was published in Fashion and Textiles 2019 6:22

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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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