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  1. Our research purpose was to assess research addressing relationships between dress and sex. Our review was focused on a 25 years span (i.e., 1990–2015) and on empirical research utilizing human participants pu...

    Authors: Sharron J. Lennon, Alyssa Dana Adomaitis, Jayoung Koo and Kim K. P. Johnson
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2017 4:14
  2. This study explores consumers’ perceptions of sustainability labels on apparel products and examines sustainability labels as an effective means of determining consumers’ purchase intentions, using the technol...

    Authors: Yoon Jin Ma, Hae Jin Gam and Jennifer Banning
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2017 4:3
  3. Monochlorotriazinyl β-cyclodextrin (MCT β-CD) was employed for the inclusion complexation with oils of cedarwood, clove, eucalyptus and peppermint to assess their release behavior from functionalized cotton. T...

    Authors: Shelly Khanna and J. N. Chakraborty
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2017 4:6
  4. Herein we have explored the highly efficient and environmentally benign clay mineral, Fe(III)–montmorillonite [Fe(III)–Mt], for adsorption of methylene blue (MB) dye from aqueous solution under ambient conditi...

    Authors: M. Vinuth, H. S. Bhojya Naik, M. M. Mahadevaswamy and M. C. Prabhakara
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2017 4:8
  5. This study provides understanding of factors that affect US consumers’ intentions to patronize retail apparel brands engaged in corporate social responsibility (CSR). The study utilizes a dual theoretical fram...

    Authors: Sonali Diddi and Linda S. Niehm
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2017 4:5
  6. The purpose of the present study is to investigate martial arts practitioners’ satisfaction with their current uniforms and purchase intention of new uniforms. A total of 588 martial arts practitioners were re...

    Authors: Anna Perry and Juyoung Lee
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2017 4:1

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Fashion and Textiles 2017 4:12

  7. The purpose of this study is to identify the relationships between consumer’s tendency for creative choice counter-conformity (TCCC) with the acceptance of new sustainable apparel retail models, including sale...

    Authors: Chunmin Lang, Cosette M. Armstrong and Chuanlan Liu
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2016 3:24
  8. The triple bottom line can be impacted in both positive and negative ways by the use of tree sawmill waste as a natural dye. Trees contain a biomordant in the form of tannin which may eliminate the need for me...

    Authors: Kelsie Doty, Sherry Haar and Jooyoun Kim
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2016 3:22
  9. Thermo-physiological properties of textiles play a very crucial role in providing thermal equilibrium to human beings in changing ambient conditions and activity level and in turn dictate the overall wearer co...

    Authors: Y. Jhanji, V. K. Kothari and D. Gupta
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2016 3:19
  10. Very little information is known regarding the level of psychological attachment to celebrities needed to influence one’s desire to engage in cosmetic surgery in consumers. More importantly, no previous resear...

    Authors: Jaehee Jung and Choon Sup Hwang
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2016 3:17
  11. The aim of the present research is evaluating the impact resistance of weft knitted fabrics which are knitted in basic patterns from the high tenacity Nylon 66. The woven fabrics have been applied for manufact...

    Authors: Dariush Semnani, Farshad Hassani, Mehdi Hadjianfar and Pedram Rezazadeh Tehrani
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2016 3:13
  12. Step precision winding produces a yarn package that is free from ribbon formation and marginal variation in coil angle. In open step precision winding, traverse ratios used during package build are such that t...

    Authors: Milind Vasudeo Koranne and Kuldeep Mhedu
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2016 3:10
  13. The reactivity of lingocellulosic jute fiber to sunlight (UV) and atmospheric gases and chemicals was reduced by grafting jute with acrylate monomers, such as ethyl acrylate (EA) and 2-hydroxy ethyl methacryla...

    Authors: Md. Ibrahim H. Mondal, Md. Mashiur Rahman Khan, Md. Mofakkharul Islam, Md. Saiful Islam and M. A. Rabbi
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2016 3:9
  14. This study examined the influence of exterior store atmospherics upon college students’ responses to a university-branded merchandise store. The research was informed by Mehrabian and Russell’s (1974) Stimulus–Or...

    Authors: Karen H. Hyllegard, Jennifer Paff Ogle, Ruoh-Nan Yan and Kevin Kissell
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2016 3:4
  15. Laser is being used in apparel industry from nineteenth century for various garment manufacturing applications. There are several advantages of using laser over the conventional processes in cutting, engraving...

    Authors: Rajkishore Nayak and Rajiv Padhye
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2016 3:5
  16. Of late, a significant amount of research has been carried out using metals for conductive fabrics and composites to obtain the desired level of electromagnetic shielding along with physical and mechanical pr...

    Authors: Ali Asghar, Mohd Rozi Ahmad and Mohamad Faizul Yahya
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2016 3:3

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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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