PAD #20 FASHION AND TEXTILE DESIGN RECONSTRUCTION

    O. EDITORIAL #20

    Fashion and Textile Design Reconstruction
  • by Gianni Montagna & Maria Antonietta Sbordone

I. THEORETICAL OVERVIEW

  • The Emergence of Sustainability and the Textile and Fashion Design Education by Sonia Seixas
  • New Trend Landscapes: Coronavirus’ Long-Term Impact on Fashion and Trend Forecasting by Kellie Walters
  • Metamorphic Fashion Design. Nature Inspires New Paths for Fashion Communication by Elisabetta Cianfanelli, Debora Giorgi, Margherita Tufarelli, Leonardo Giliberti, Paolo Pupparo & Elena Pucci
  • Fashion and Work Organizational Ecosystem: Prospects and Post-COVID-19 Scenarios by Sandra Regina Rech & Giovanni Maria Conti

II. SUSTAINABLE APPROACHES

  • Sustainable Fashion Trend. Enhancing Sustainability in Fashion through Visual Communication Media by Giulia Scalera
  • Sustainable Fashion: from Material to Immaterial through Biodesign by Chiara Del Gesso
  • New Advanced Clothes by Carmela Ilenia Amato

III. PRACTICES & TOOLS

  • Can Sustainability be Unsustainable? Paradoxes and Contradictions of a Necessary Evolution by Renato Stasi & Margherita Tufarelli
  • Coworkings as Focal Points for the Development of New Models for a Sustainable Fashion: Discourse and Practice by Giulia Bolzan de Morais & Karine de Mello Freire
  • Acting Responsibly. Design as a Sustainable Practice for Society by Roberta Angari & Gabriele Pontillo
  • The Human Touch. An Ethical Discussion on Sewing Technology in the Age of Digital Transformation by Juliet Seger
  • Culture, Fashion and Communication Design in Times of Emergency. Communication and Design Strategies for the Sustainable Improvement of the Fashion and Textile Production in the Indian Subcontinent by Rossana Gaddi & Roberto Liberti

IV. PROJECTS & DOCUMENTS

  • Interview to Moda Portugal by Gianni Montagna & Maria Antonietta Sbordone

IV. BIOGRAPHIES

  • About the Authors
Ettore Spalletti, “Ce qu’il y a de plus profond dans l’homme, c’est la peau”, Librairie Marian Goodman, Parigi 2018. Photo: Maria Antonietta Sbordone.

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