Articles & Book Chapters
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A. T. Holroyd, "From Stitch to Society: A Multi-Level and Participatory Approach to Design Research," in Design Issues, vol. 33, no. 3, pp. 11-24, July 2017, doi: 10.1162/DESI_a_00448.

Journal Article

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Bang, A. L., Caglio, A., Riisberg, V., & Hasling, K. M. (2015). Ways of talking with (and about) materials. In Nordes Conference Proceedings

Primary audience: Educators/ Researchers

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Bertola, P.; Colombi, C., Vacca, F. (2014). Design Re.Lab: How Fashion Design Can Stimulate Social Innovation and New Sustainable Design. in The International Journal of Design in Society, Vol. 7, No. 4, CGPublisher, 2014, pp. 47-61. ISSN 2325-1328

Journal Article

Primary audience: Educators/ Students/ Designers/ Researchers

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Bruggeman, D. (2019) Vlisco: Made in Holland, adorned in West Africa, (re)appropriated as dutch design.

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Ceschin, Fabrizio, and Idil Gaziulusoy. “Evolution of design for sustainability: From product design to design for system innovations and transitions”. Design Studies 47 (november 2016): 118–63.

Book Chapter

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Clark, H. (2015) Slow + Fashion: an oxymoron or a promise for the future?

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Fassi, D., Meroni, A. (2013). "Design for Social Innovation as a form of Design Activism: An action format" in Conference: Social Frontiers: The Next Edge of Social Innovation Research.

Primary audience: Educators/ Students/ Designers/ Researchers

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From Principle to Practice: Embedding Sustainability in Clothing Supply Chain Strategies In Gardetti and Torres (eds) Sustainability in Fashion and TextilesPublisher: Greenleaf Publishing.

Book Chapter

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Gill and Lopes (2011) On Wearing: A critical framework for valuing designs already made.

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Hirscher, A-L., & Fuad-Luke, A. (2013). Open participatory designing for an alternative fashion economy. In K. Niinimäki (Ed.), Sustainable Fashion: New approaches Aalto ARTS Books.

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Kozlowski, Anika, Michal Bardecki, and Cory Searcy. “Environmental Impacts in the Fashion Industry: A Life-Cycle and Stakeholder Framework.” Journal of Corporate Citizenship 2012, no. 45 (2012): 16–36.

Journal Article

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Maldini, I., & Balkenende, A. R. (2017). Reducing clothing production volumes by design: a critical review of sustainable fashion strategies. In PLATE Conference 2017 (pp. 233–237).

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Martin M., Vacca F., “Heritage narratives in the digital era: How digital technologies have improved approaches and tools for fashion know-how, traditions, and memories” in Research Journal Of Textile And Apparel. Special Issue: Fashion and Digital Technology– Vol. 22, No. 4, 2019, pp. 335-351. ISSN: 1560-6074

Journal Article

Primary audience: Educators/ Students/ Designers/ Researchers

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Mihaleva, G. Bio matter in creative practises for fashion and design. AI & Soc (2020).

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Rissanen, Gwilt, Niinimäki, et al. (2020) The environmental price of fast fashion.

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Scaturro, S. (2008). Eco-tech fashion: Rationalizing technology in sustainable fashion. Fashion Theory - Journal of Dress Body and Culture, 12(4), 469–488.

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St. Pierre (2019) Design and Nature: an Overview in Design and Nature book.

Book Chapter

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Vezzoli, Carlo. “The MPDS Method.” In Design for Environmental Sustainability: Life Cycle Design of Products, edited by Carlo Arnaldo Vezzoli, 253–97. London: Springer London, 2018.

Primary audience: Educators/Students /Designers/Industry

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von Busch (2018) Inclusive Fashion—an Oxymoron—or a Possibility for Sustainable Fashion? Fashion Practice.

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