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Industry 4.0: The Manufacturing Challenge

Digital, Online First

Introduction Industry 4.0 is the latest stage in the evolution of global manufacturing where digital technologies are being used to respond to changes in consumer demand driven by our ‘on-line’ society. Customers are increasingly demanding new and more customised products…

Multiplexed Laser Surface Enhancement

Circular, Vol. 3, Issue 1

Water is used extensively throughout textile processing operations. Almost all dyes, specialty chemicals, and finishing chemicals are applied to textile substrates from water baths. In addition, most fabric preparation steps, including desizing, scouring, bleaching, and mercerizing, use aqueous systems. The…

Increasing Sales with Social Commerce

Human, Vol. 2, Issue 1

The role of social media in the fashion industry continues to evolve with new tools for both fashion brands and/or consumers. The shopping experience has changed with the influence of social media and with the notion of social shopping. Indeed,…

Science and Fashion Design

Circular, Online First

Technology related to yarn and fabric production and related to sewing is constantly improving. The textile and clothing sector benefits a lot from research in many disciplines (from chemistry to computer science and biology), but often in a not entirely…

Fandom Markets

Human, Vol. 1, Issue 1

Fandom of TV, film, or games offers huge potential for themed clothing, but narrow windows of opportunity impose digital production. According to Fashionista, ‘pink it and shrink it’ is still the most-used tactic for designing clothes for women sports fans….

Fashion Trends

Human, Vol. 1, Issue 1

Forecasting is absolutely essential since the entire fashion industry progresses based on trends. In this globalized fashion environment where everything changes very quickly, a common denominator is the trend. In the fashion life cycle, inspiration and design based on forecasting…

Circular economy

Circular, Vol. 1, Issue 1

The Circular Economy model ‘closes the loop’ of industrial supply chains to reintegrate energy and waste by-products into the economic cycle. It thus places the spotlight on the potential of re-use, recycling, and renewable energy sources as part of the…

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