Junior Faculty

To encourage greater collaboration between Member Institutions and to increase the participation by Junior Members of the faculty in IFFTI Annual Conferences, it was decided to provide following incentives to 5 Junior Faculty whose papers are selected for presentation at the Annual Conference:–

(a) A scholarship of USD 2000, and
(b) Free registration for the Conference. Their registration fee will be paid by IFFTI.

Award Winners:

YEAR NAME INSTITUTION TOPIC
2016 Rebecca Louise Breuer Fashion & Technology Research, Visual Culture and Philosophy lecturer, Amsterdam Fashion Institute (Hogeschool),The Netherlands Subtheme: Craft, Technique, Intangible Cultural Heritage
A Community of Cultures
  Ja Young Hwang, Eulanda Sanders; Mary Lynn Damhorst The Fashion School, Kent State University,USA The effects of culture and fashion system on fashion design process
-A conceptual framework of fashion design process
  Tarun Panwar School of Fashion & Textiles
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology(RMIT),Australia
Sustainable Fashion Business Model Designs
2015 Alice Payne Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia Writing fashion’s future: the gods and monsters of the Anthropocene
  Maja Gunn The Swedish School of Textiles, Sweden On & Off – The Designer as a Writer
  Ben Barry Ryerson University The Monster In My Closet: Men, Fashion and Embodiment
2014 Maria Angela Jansen London College of Fashion Moroccan fashion

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  Sayaka Kamakura Bunka Gakuen University Space Between Body and Dress

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2013 Suzanne van Rooij Amsterdam Fashion Institute, The Netherlands Iconic Fashion Education of Tomorrow

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  Elmira Khammatova Kazan National Research Technologcial University, Russia Investigation the manifestations of the design of icons in the clothes of the past years and in modern dress

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  Sasikumar Kanniyappan Pearl Academy of Fashion, India Sudha’68 A New Brand for Artists and Designers

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  Ben Barry Ryerson University, Canada The New Fashion Icons: An Exploratory Study of American and Chinese Women’s Consumer Response to Diverse Models in Fashion Advertising

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2012 Mrs. Ambika Magotra Pearl Academy of Fashion, India Whimsical and pop indie

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  Ms. Nao Okajima Bunka Gakuen University, Japan Trends in production of woven and dyed products at department stores from the late edo to meiji periods

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  Mrs. Sandra Kuijpers Amsterdam Fashion Institute, The Netherlands 3d virtual prototyping for fashion design, pushing the boundaries of possibility

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  Ms. Deanna Clark Fashion Institute of Technology, USA Fashion beyond borders – a fusion of technology and free trade agreements pave the way into the largest economy in the world

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  Ms. Patricia Hart Metropolitan South Institute of TAFE, Australia The democratisation of fashion: the role of fashion dissemination in the construction of new fashion elites

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2011 Kay McMahon and Jane Morley Queensland University of Technology, Australia Innovation, Interaction, and Inclusion: Heritage luxury brands in collusion with the consumer

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  Jeroen Visser Amsterdam Fashion Institute, The Netherlands The dandy as an innovator: the usefulness of paradoxes

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  Kumaraguru Kasinathan Pearl Academy of Fashion, India A sustainable synergy of traditional and cad based silk saree designing/ production

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  Chitra Buckley London College of Fashion, UK References to the past: the role of heritage and cultural values in fashion branding

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2010 Priya Mary Mathew Pearl Academy of Fashion, India Innovative Method of Teaching Sustainability in Fashion Value Chain in India

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  Emma Lynas RMIT, Australia Textiles, Connection and Meaning

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  Tasha Lewis Ryerson University, Canada The Sustainable Brand: A Company Level System

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  Te-Hsing Ku Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan Study on the Mechanical Properties of the Pseudo-Thermoplastic Cellulose Triacet

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  Todd Robinson University of Technology, Sydney, Australia Thematizing Change: Creativity, Dynamic Practices and Sustainability

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2009 Tania Allan Ross Otago Polytechnic, New Zealand Investigation into the development of children’s apparel that addresses sensory integration dysfunction.

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  Kate Carroll North Carolina State University, USA Fashion, Work and Disability

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  Kevin Almond University of Huddersfield, UK You have to suffer for fashion

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  Tarun Pandey Pearl Academy of Fashion , India Wellness of women embroidery workers

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  Yunyi Wang Donghua University, P. R. China Chinese Consumer Behavior and Product Strategy of Pet Apparel

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2008 Rekha Rana Shailaj Otago Polytechnic, New Zealand Subjectivities Determining Dressed Bodies

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  Phoebe R Apaegyei Manchester Metropolitan University, England Body Image and the Male Clothing Consumer

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  Cao Xiaojie Donghua University, P.R. China A Model of Interactive Human-body based 3D Fashion Illustration in Mass Fashion Industry

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  Daniel James Cole Fashion Institute of Technology, USA Body Manipulation in Contemporary Western Culture

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  Tara Punna Pearl Academy of Fashion, India Impact of Smart Technology on Fashion

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2007 Ceri Issac London College of Fashion, UK The Cat Walk as Spectacle/ Hussein Chalayan Spring 2007/ A Magician of Technology

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  Jonathan Hamilton Nottingham Trent University, UK ScreenDress: A Canvas for the Moving Image

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  Andrew Taylor University of Huddersfield, UK Mutating the Realities in Fashion Design: Virtual Clothing for 3D Avatars

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  Cathy Chen RMIT, Australia Pushing the Boundaries of Technology – E-Learning in Fashion Education

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  Tong Yu- Gu Donghua University, P. R. China Competitive Analysis of Clustering of Textile and Apparel Industry in Zhejiang Province, China

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2006 Penelope Watkins London College of Fashion, UK Custom Fit, is it FIT for the Customer?

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  Cathy Challender Nottingham Trent University, UK Captured! Knitwear Lost and Found. A Digital Archive of Knitwear at Nottingham Trent University

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  Meena Kadri National Institute of Design, India Fashion, Humanism and the Online Environment

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  Peter Allan RMIT, Australia Fashion in the Digital World – The Future is Now!

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2005 Sass Brown Fashion Institute of Technology, U.S.A. Growing green fashion businesses : Adding Value with Ethics and Sustainability

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  Mei Li Fu Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan Application of Body Scanning Analysis results to Apparel Fit Preferences (A Study of U.S. Overweight and Obese Women)

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  Wessie Ling London College of Fashion, U.K. Paris and the designers – Processes of engagement of Oriental designers in the fashion capital

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  Sachiko Nagasawa Bunka Women’s University, Japan Application of ‘manga’ to Fashion Design Drawing Education in Japan

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  Osmud Rahman Ryerson University, Canada The relationship between Low-rise Denim Jeans and Consumer Aspirations : The study of Symbolic Value and Emotional Attribute – Part 2

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  Denise Sprynskyj Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia The Rise of Customisation and the Globalisation of Fashion

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2004 Ms. Li Min Donghua University, PR China The Increasing Children’s Wear Market in China and its Consequences on Fashion Education

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  Ms. Lisa Parillo Chapman NCSU, USA Engineering Whole Garment Designs

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  Dr. Joe Au HKPU, Hong Kong Model of Design Process of Hong Kong Fashion Designers

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