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Circular Economy in Fashion and Textiles
  • ISSN: 2754-026X
  • E-ISSN: 2754-0278

Abstract

This second issue of the () is presented as a themed issue on the circular economy relating to the fashion and textile industries. Now widely accepted that the largely current linear model of take–make–-dispose within the fashion and textile industry is no longer sustainable, brands and researchers are looking at innovative new ways of producing fashion and textile items which embrace circular economy principles. Extending the life of any product reduces the depletion of natural resources and consequently reduces the amount of waste produced contributing to a more sustainable society. After another overwhelming response to the call for papers for this themed issue on the circular economy, five research articles were decided to be published along with an industry interview by an independent sustainable designer as well as a book review on circular fashion.

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2022-10-01
2024-02-25
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