Journal of Textile Science & Fashion Technology

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ISSN / EISSN : 2641-192X / 2641-192X
Current Publisher: Iris Publishers (10.33552)
Total articles ≅ 134
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Journal of Textile Science & Fashion Technology; doi:10.33552/jtsft

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Journal of Textile Science & Fashion Technology is an open access journal provides a forum to share knowledge among academic and industrial researchers in the field of fashion and textile engineering. JTSFT focuses on the topics that include, Fashion Designing & Marketing, Modeling and Simulation, Fiber Science & Technology, Clothing/ Apparel Technologies, Studies on Colors & Dyes, Textile Finishing and Treatment
Henry D Tran
Journal of Textile Science & Fashion Technology, Volume 6, pp 1-2; doi:10.33552/jtsft.2020.06.000630

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With the constant growth of technology, the human mindset is being programmed to be “informatized.” With a few taps on a smartphone, people can receive information to a meticulous level for any subject matter. Mobile marketing becomes essential to any business plans as a communication tool that could soon replace the traditional form of promotion. Millennials and Generation Z are the most common mobile users who renovate the growth of m-commerce. The purpose of this journal is to expand awareness of how these younger generations are treating e-commerce as part of their lives [1].
Robert W (Bill) Service
Journal of Textile Science & Fashion Technology, Volume 6, pp 1-3; doi:10.33552/jtsft.2020.06.000629

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There are two overriding organizational and personal imperatives to sustainability: 1) understanding why someone would do business with you or your organizations—a distinctive; and 2) how to become and remain innovative organizationally and personally- innovativeness. As we address the current state of affairs with the world-wide pandemic and compellingly difficult race issues in the U.S. keep these imperatives in mind.
Shruti Tiwari
Journal of Textile Science & Fashion Technology, Volume 6, pp 1-3; doi:10.33552/jtsft.2020.06.000628

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The purpose of this study is to ensure if design intervention helps in the revival of dying craft with interesting ideas with new intervention models and create new range of products.
Les Sztandera
Journal of Textile Science & Fashion Technology, Volume 6, pp 1-3; doi:10.33552/jtsft.2020.06.000627

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The fashion industry is being transformed, as once valuable brands find themselves being increasingly commoditized. As the middle price point brands change their differentiating strategies, the effect percolates to the top designers as well, forcing everyone in the industry to carefully examine the evolving nature of advantage in the market. This response is certainly going to be influenced by college graduates entering the industry. Thus, education for students preparing to enter fashion industry will need to entertain a vast array of data analytics technologies.
Meritxell Martí
Journal of Textile Science & Fashion Technology, Volume 6, pp 1-3; doi:10.33552/jtsft.2020.06.000626

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Flame Retardants are a group of anthropogenic environmental contaminants used in textile finishing’s. Currently, the largest marked group of FRs is brominated FR considered toxic, persistent and bio accumulative. Non-halogenated alternatives are a possible solution, but there is a lack of knowledge concerning environmental impact and health risks.
Jeanne Badgett
Journal of Textile Science & Fashion Technology, Volume 5, pp 1-11; doi:10.33552/jtsft.2020.05.000625

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An evaluation of the quality of design, materials, construction, appearance, and performance of men’s 100% cotton jersey knit t-shirts from three retail categories: mass merchant (Brand MM), fast fashion (Brand FF), and better (Brand B) was performed. White t-shirts from each category were tested according to ASTM and AATCC standards and specifications [1]. Evaluations and measurements were conducted before washing, and after one, five, ten, and twenty laundry cycles. The t-shirts were evaluated for fabric weight, fabric count, color change, whiteness change, crocking, smoothness appearance, bursting strength, pilling, dimensional stability, and skewness. In appearance and performance testing, the ‘mass merchant’ t-shirts had the most results with ratings and measurements that would be considered the ‘best’ or more desirable. But from a statistical standpoint, none of the results for the ‘mass merchant’ retail category were significantly (p < 0.05) better than the ‘fast fashion’ or ‘better’ categories. In conclusion, the decision to purchase a t-shirt from these retail categories may depend on consumer expectations [2].
Jan Cl König
Journal of Textile Science & Fashion Technology, Volume 5, pp 1-12; doi:10.33552/jtsft.2020.05.000624

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In a spontaneous comparison, one might come to the conclusion that Savile Row shops sell real luxury, while on New Bond Street they simply sell expensive products. This conclusion includes reasons that can be understood by analyzing a typical traditional bespoke tailor shop with semiotic approaches. In our analysis, we applied Charles Peirce’s semiotic trichotomies to classify the signs of brand heritage, focusing on presented brand identities that appear in a structured construct that we call the molecule of the brand. Hence, the analysis leads to conclusions regarding what kind of signs produce a unique brand identity and how they refer to this identity concretely. Our findings offer a precise determination and evaluation of a luxury brand’s heritage management and presentation as well as a new understanding of heritage branding, the identity of brands, and the context in which they are created.
N Gokarneshan
Journal of Textile Science & Fashion Technology, Volume 5, pp 1-3; doi:10.33552/jtsft.2020.05.000623

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The article reviews the acoustic properties of nonwoven fabrics. sound absorption coefficients (SACs) of needle-punched and thermal-bonded nonwovens produced from polyester (PET) fibers with various cross sections, i.e., hollow, round and hexaflower, blended with a low melt PET, was reported. Efforts have been taken to develop relatively lightweight and fibrous acoustic webs. Nonwoven webs that contain bicomponent filaments with islands-in-the-sea cross sections were produced by spun bonding, which involves the extrusion of sea and island polymer melts through dies, cooling and attenuating the bicomponent filaments by high-velocity air streams. Nylon 6 and polyethylene were used as the island and sea polymers, respectively.
Derseh Yilie Limeneh
Journal of Textile Science & Fashion Technology, Volume 5, pp 1-8; doi:10.33552/jtsft.2020.05.000622

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Cotton weather in the form of fiber or fabric, a natural cellulose material, is widely used in the textile industry for its excellent properties. However, its application in some fields is seriously restricted because of its poor ant pilling behavior, antibacterial and UV-protection, comfortably, tensile properties, softness properties, water repellence and wrinkle recovery, hydrophobic property, wicking properties and dye ability of cotton fabrics and to use it as nano particle. That is why the surface and chemical modification carried out through different methodology with chemicals used were of analytical reagent grade to achieve such important property of the cotton materials like super hydrophobic, good surface property of a cotton when it treat with weather plasma, nanoparticles coating, composite film and chemical treatments (3-glycidoxypropyltriethoxysilane,bifunctional polysiloxanes, silane coupling agents vinyltriethoxysilane and aminopropyltriethoxysilane, chloropyrimidine compounds. All modification enhances the application of cotton material in different sectors.
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