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Environmental and Ethical Perceptions Related to Clothing Labels Among Norwegian Consumers
Norwegian consumers know little about eco-labeled garments as almost none are available on the market. Therefore, consumers who want to make environmentally sound choiceshave to act based on other information. This article ...
Making Clothing Last: A Design Approach for Reducing the Environmental Impacts
(Chinese Institute of Design, 2015)
This article discusses the extent it is possible to delay clothing disposal through improved design, thus reducing negative environmental impacts. This has been done by including user centered design methods into more ...
Materialised Ideals: Sizes and Beauty
(Linköping University Electronic Press, 2011)
Today’s clothing industry is based on a system where clothes are made in readyto-wear sizes and meant to fit most people. Studies have pointed out that consumers are discontent with the use of these systems: size designations ...