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  1. There is a necessity to use digital data and tools when developing children’s products. The present study was designed to provide digital methods to guide product development and problem-solving when using 3D ...

    Authors: Mona Maher, Jenny Leigh Du Puis, Katarina Goodge, Margaret Frey, Heeju Terry Park and Fatma Baytar
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2024 11:3
  2. Developing energy-efficient and multifunctional wearable electronic textiles (E-textiles) is a significant challenge. This study investigates MXene-coated cellulose hybrid fibers, focusing on their electrical ...

    Authors: Chan Sol Kang, Jong Kyu Kim, Chae-Seok Lee, HoJong Chang, Yeong Heon Cho, Cheera Prasad and Hyeong Yeol Choi
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2024 11:1
  3. A novel flexible thermal storage system based on organic phase change materials (PCMs) deposited on a non-woven polyester (PET) substrate is described in this article. Thermally regulating effects were created...

    Authors: Farideh Zeighampour, Akbar Khoddami and Patricia I. Dolez
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:43
  4. We investigated the effects of peripheral cooling using chemotherapy gloves and socks at three cooling temperatures on subjective perceptions. The hands and feet were cooled with 8, 11, and 14°C by water-perfu...

    Authors: Sang-Hyun Roh, Yoon Jeong Baek, Hye-Lin Lee, Do-Shin Lee, Chan Hyeok Kang and Joo-Young Lee
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:42
  5. Medical textiles, including surgical gowns, masks are used as obstacles to prevent the risk of infection for both doctor and patient. The widespread of bacteria and viruses, e.g. chronic hepatitis B, hepatitis...

    Authors: Tarek Abou Elmaaty, Sherif Abd Elsalam, Shaimaa Helal and Shereen A. Abdeldayem
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:41
  6. With the recent expansion of the applicability of artificial intelligence into the creative realm, attempts are being made to use AI (artificial intelligence) in the garment development system in various ways,...

    Authors: Woojin Choi, Seyoon Jang, Ha Youn Kim, Yuri Lee, Sang-goo Lee, Hanbit Lee and Sungchan Park
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:39
  7. The purpose of this research was to investigate perceptions of risks and benefits associated with popular risky fashion practices (tanning and wearing stilettos) among young adult women. Objectives were to (a)...

    Authors: Sharron J. Lennon and Minjeong Kim
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:38
  8. The use of artificial intelligence to predict body dimensions rather than measuring them by stylists or 3D scanners permits to obtain easily all measurements of individual consumers and can consequently reduce...

    Authors: Philippe Meyer, Babiga Birregah, Pierre Beauseroy, Edith Grall and Audrey Lauxerrois
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:37
  9. Based on the social contract theory and social exchange theories, this study examined the Corporations’ social responsibility (CSR) gaps perceived by fashion firms’ internal (i.e., employees) and external (i.e...

    Authors: Stacy H. Lee, Sojin Jung and Jung Ha-Brookshire
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:34
  10. This study analyzed fabric drapability in one, two, and three dimensions to provide an assessment method reflecting real conditions. One-dimensional analysis of drapability involved observing the fabric moveme...

    Authors: Bona Shin and Changsang Yun
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:33
  11. This study fabricated and evaluated the textile-type electrodes for application to smartwear that can measure surface electromyography(sEMG). It was manufactured by lock stitch(LS) and moss stitch(MS), and the...

    Authors: Hyelim Kim, Soohyeon Rho, Daeyoung Lim and Wonyoung Jeong
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:32
  12. In medieval Korea, armors made of various materials were developed. Among these, the leather armors were lighter and cheaper than the iron armors and were easy to make. For these reasons, there was a movement ...

    Authors: Taehoon Kim, Jinyoung Hwang, Ga Young Park and Min Wook Lee
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:29
  13. In this research, to confirm the applicability as the actuator of the re-entrant (RE) structure strip using 3D printing with shape memory thermoplastic polyurethane material, two types of 3D printing infill co...

    Authors: Imjoo Jung and Sunhee Lee
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:27
  14. During the Joseon Dynasty, light and convenient leather armors were developed to replace metal armors, which were heavy and difficult to manufacture. Leather armors allowed easy movement of the troops and, bec...

    Authors: Ga Young Park, Han Bi Lee, Yuree Oh, Jung Ah Lim and Min Wook Lee
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:26
  15. Recycling and converting  textile waste into value-added products with enhanced functional properties pave the way toward a circular economy for sustainability. This research investigates the utilization of re...

    Authors: M. A. Rahman Bhuiyan, Ayub Ali, Md. Mohebbullah, M. Firoz Hossain, Ayub Nabi Khan and Lijing Wang
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:22
  16. Due to pressing sustainability challenges, the fashion industry is undergoing tremendous change. Surprisingly, even though the unique context of fashion presents an opportunity for scholars to explore the (un)...

    Authors: Tulin Dzhengiz, Teresa Haukkala and Olli Sahimaa
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:19
  17. Disposable diaper is one of the most polluting products in the world and presents many potential health risks for children. In this paper, to avoid those diaper problems, propose a safer reusable baby diaper w...

    Authors: Rahma Tilouche, Faten Debbabi, Adnene Gharbi, Jun Xu, Lei Jiang and Mohamed Ben Hassen
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:13
  18. Co-creation activities have shown dramatic development somewhat recently. The initial step of a productive co-creation technique originates from a comprehension of people’s practices inside of these websites. ...

    Authors: Carlota Lorenzo-Romero, María-del-Carmen Alarcón-del-Amo and Marta Frasquet-Deltoro
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:11
  19. Hair treatments containing vegetable oils protect the damaged hair by surface coating and by penetrating in hair thereby filling the gaps caused by oxidative damage. Vegetable oil is composed mostly of medium-...

    Authors: Suhwan Kim and Cheunsoon Ahn
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:10
  20. This study aims to investigate the energy absorption of seam areas in sportswear. Weft knitted fabrics with two structures of plain and rib were fabricated by polyester/Lycra and viscose/ Lycra yarns. Fabrics ...

    Authors: Ali Sajjadi, Seyed Abdolkarim Hosseini, Saeed Ajeli and Mohammad Mashayekhi
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2023 10:9

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