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Preface Acknowledgments Foreword by Lynda Grose Introduction PART 1 NATURAL FIBERS 1 Cotton 2 Flax Linen 3 Bamboo Linen 4 Hemp 5 Jute 6 Wool 7 Silk 8 Leather 9 Alpaca Future Fibers: Natural Fibers PART 2 MANUFACTURED FIBERS 10 Polyester/Recycled Polyester 11 Nylon 6 and Nylon 6,6 12 Spandex (Elastane) 13 Acrylic 14 Imitation Leather, including Vegan 15 Polyethylene (PE) 16 Polypropylene 17 Rayon/Viscose (from wood) 18 Rayon/Viscose (from bamboo) 19 Lyocell 20 Modal 21 Azlon (from soy) Future Fibers: Manufactured Fibers PART 3 PROCESSING 22 Bleaching 23 Dyeing and Printing 24 Finishing 25 Garment Washing Future Fibers: Processing PART 4 PROMOTING CIRCULAR TEXTILES 26 Recycled/Circular Textile Technologies Future Fibers: Promoting Circular Textiles Appendix A: Consumer Care and Washing Appendix B: Social and Cultural Sustainability Glossary Bibliography Credits Index
Fashion Fibers: Designing for Sustainability provides a holistic overview of the environmental impacts of fibers at each stage of the product lifecycle and offers guidance on how make sustainable design decisions.
Annie Gullingsrud is the Director of the Textile and Apparel Sector at Cradle to Cradle (C2C) Products Innovation Institute, US.
The author presents an optimistic view of fashion and textile sustainability and equips designers and consumers with knowledge to take action. -- Lynda Grose, California College of the Arts, US The book distills the excellent work the author is doing with c2c into a format ideal for student learning. The book encourages students to think forward and to innovate. Sustainability is not an "add on" for our students, it is, in fact essential to good design and this book provides essential knowledge for our future game changers. -- Kelly Cobb, University of Delaware, US I think that this book offers something original and allows for information to be easily accessible. It is good that a range of fibers are discussed and that they are all considered for their environmental impact at all stages of production. -- Beverley Bothwell, University of Bedfordshire, UK This kind of book is needed in classroom and industry alike to help all avoid greenwashing, but also to help offer design manufacturing knowledge in small snapshot bites for the designer/emerging designer to review at a given pressure moment. -- Amy Williams, California College of the Arts, US An accessible text for students on the environmental impact of textile processing, with a focus on sustainability and the lifecycles of natural and man-made fibres. -- Sonja Andrew, University of Manchester, UK