Psychology of Sustainable Fashion
Enjoy FREE ACCESS to the articles below until 31st December 2020.
As the people and governments increasingly recognize the need to move towards a 'zero-waste' mindset and framework, fashion and retail are one of the first few industries to be looped into the conversation on going 'green'. Bringing together key content, we go for a quick dip into current trends and challenges in pursuing sustainable fashion. The collection also aims to inspire further studies of eco-fashion for the future.
|Perceptions and attitudes towards sustainable fashion design: challenges and opportunities for implementing sustainability in fashion||Eunsuk Hur & Tom Cassidy|
|A comparison between consumer and industry perspectives on sustainable practices throughout the apparel product lifecycle||Xingqiu Lou & Huantian Cao|
|Reusable shopping bags: insights on psychological factors leading to consumers’ (sustainable) practices||Annie Timyan & Amrut Sadachar|
|Consumer interest in upcycling techniques and purchasing upcycled clothing as an approach to reducing textile waste||Dipti Bhatt, Jillian Silverman & Marsha A. Dickson|
|‘The wardrobe diet’: teaching sustainable consumption through experience with undergraduates in the USA||Jongeun Rhee & Kim K. P. Johnson|
|Perceptions of sustainability curriculum in US fashion academia||Melissa Abner & Fatma Baytar|
International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education
The International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education aims to provide a high quality peer-reviewed forum for research in fashion design, pattern cutting, apparel production, manufacturing technology and fashion education. An official publication of The Textile Institute (https://www.textileinstitute.org/).