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Sustainability and the Triple Bottom Line within the Global Clothing and Textiles

Edited by Kim Y. Hiller and Joy M. Kozar

This special collection in Fashion and Textiles advances knowledge related to current sustainability challenges within the global clothing and textiles supply chain and seek new perspectives on initiatives within the industry to advance sustainability and the triple bottom line.

  1. This study explores consumers’ perceptions of sustainability labels on apparel products and examines sustainability labels as an effective means of determining consumers’ purchase intentions, using the technol...

    Authors: Yoon Jin Ma, Hae Jin Gam and Jennifer Banning
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2017 4:3
  2. This study provides understanding of factors that affect US consumers’ intentions to patronize retail apparel brands engaged in corporate social responsibility (CSR). The study utilizes a dual theoretical fram...

    Authors: Sonali Diddi and Linda S. Niehm
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2017 4:5
  3. The purpose of this study is to identify the relationships between consumer’s tendency for creative choice counter-conformity (TCCC) with the acceptance of new sustainable apparel retail models, including sale...

    Authors: Chunmin Lang, Cosette M. Armstrong and Chuanlan Liu
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2016 3:24
  4. The triple bottom line can be impacted in both positive and negative ways by the use of tree sawmill waste as a natural dye. Trees contain a biomordant in the form of tannin which may eliminate the need for me...

    Authors: Kelsie Doty, Sherry Haar and Jooyoun Kim
    Citation: Fashion and Textiles 2016 3:22