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The Resource Sustainable Fibres for Fashion Industry : Volume 1

Sustainable Fibres for Fashion Industry : Volume 1

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Sustainable Fibres for Fashion Industry : Volume 1
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Sustainable Fibres for Fashion Industry
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Volume 1
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Sustainable Fibres for Fashion Industry : Volume 1
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Sustainable Fibres for Fashion Industry : Volume 1
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  • Contents -- Introduction -- 1 Luxury Hair Fibers for Fashion Industry -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Luxury Hair Fibers -- 2.1 Goat Family -- 2.1.1 Mohair Hair -- 2.1.2 Cashmere Hair -- 2.1.3 Pashmina Hair -- 2.1.4 Pygora Hair -- 2.1.5 Cashgora Hair -- 2.1.6 Common Goat Hair -- 2.1.7 Shahtoosh Hair -- 2.2 Orenburg Hair -- 2.3 Camel Family -- 2.3.1 Camel Hair -- 2.4 Camelid Family -- 2.4.1 Llama Hair -- 2.4.2 Alpaca Hair -- 2.4.3 Vicuna Hair -- 2.4.4 Guanaco Hair -- 2.5 Rabbit Family -- 2.5.1 Angora Rabbit Hair -- 2.5.2 Hare Hair -- 2.6 Bovine Family -- 2.6.1 Musk Ox Hair -- 2.6.2 Bison Hair -- 2.6.3 Yak Hair -- 2.6.4 Cow Hair -- 2.7 Other Hair Fibers -- 2.7.1 Reindeer Hair -- 2.7.2 Horse Hair -- 2.7.3 Chiengora Hair -- 3 Conclusion -- 4 Conclusive Remarks -- References -- 2 Mainstreaming of Sustainable Cotton in the German Clothing Industry -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Sustainability Challenges and Developments in the German Clothing Industry -- 2.1 Overview of Industry -- 2.2 Sustainability Challenges Associated with Cotton -- 2.3 General Approaches for Improved Sustainability of Fibres -- 2.3.1 Improving Sustainability of Cotton -- 2.3.2 Alternatives to Cotton Fibres -- 3 Method -- 4 Illustrative Case Study: Transformation in the German Clothing Industry -- 4.1 Pioneering the Organic Market in Germany -- 4.2 Mainstreaming the Organic Market in Germany -- 4.2.1 Overview -- 4.2.2 Marketing Strategies, Long-Term Strategies, and Supply Management -- 5 Discussion and Implications -- 5.1 Discussion -- References -- 3 Possum Fiber-A Wonderful Creation of Nature -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Characteristics, Habitat, Food and Reproduction of Possum -- 2.1 Physical Description -- 2.2 Habitat -- 2.3 Food Habits -- 2.4 Behavior -- 2.5 Reproduction -- 3 Harvesting of Fiber from Possum -- 3.1 Hand Plucking -- 3.2 Machine Plucking
  • 4 Sustainability of Possum Production -- 4.1 Social and Economic Impact -- 4.2 Environmental Impact -- 5 Physical Properties of Possum Fiber -- 6 Mechanical Processing -- 6.1 Manufacturing of Possum Yarn -- 6.2 Manufacturing of Possum Fabric -- 7 Chemical Processing of Possum Fiber -- 7.1 Bleaching of Possum Fiber -- 7.2 Dyeing of Possum Fiber -- 7.2.1 Dyeing with Acid Dyes -- 7.2.2 Dyeing with Reactive Dyes -- 7.2.3 Dyeing with Natural Dyes -- 7.3 Dyeing Machines -- 7.4 Finishing Treatments -- 8 Applications of Possum Fiber -- 8.1 Possum Fiber in Fashion Wear -- 9 Conclusions -- References -- 4 Natural Fibres for Sustainable Development in Fashion Industry -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction-Natural Fibres, Sources and Application-An Overview -- 2 Fibres for the Fashion Industry-Natural and Man-Made Fibres, Blending of Fibres for Fashion Textiles, and the Importance of Using Known Fibres -- 3 Sustainable Fashion Industry-Fashion Fibres, Fibres for Fashion Products, Product Diversification, Technology Gap, Economics in Using Known Natural Fibres in Fashion Industry, Problem Associated with the Fashion Industry -- 4 Conclusions and Future Prospects -- References -- 5 Sustainable Biopolymer Fibers-Production, Properties and Applications -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Environmental Impact of Current Natural/Synthetic Polymers and Need for Alternative Material -- 3 Biopolymers -- 3.1 Biopolymers from Natural Resources: Polysaccharides -- 3.2 Biopolymers from Natural Source: Animal Protein -- 3.2.1 Spider Silk -- Types of Spider Silk -- Production of Spider Silk -- Properties of Spider Silk -- 3.2.2 Applications of Spider Silk -- 3.2.3 Hagfish Slime Fibers -- Extraction of Slime -- Structure of Hagfish Slime -- Properties of Slime Threads -- Applications of Hagfish Slime -- 3.3 Regenerated Fibers -- 3.3.1 Bio-fibers from Regenerated Cellulosic Fiber
  • SeaCell® Fiber -- 3.3.2 Bio-fibers from Regenerated Protein Fiber -- Milk Protein Fibers -- 3.4 Biopolymers Synthesized from Bio-derived Monomers -- 3.4.1 Polylactic Acid (PLA) -- Ingeo® PLA Fibers -- Lactron®-PLA Fibers -- 3.4.2 Poly (Trimethylene Terephthalate) -- Production of PTT -- Properties of PTT Fibers -- Applications of PTT Fibers -- 3.5 Polyhydroxyalkanoates -- 4 Conclusions and Recommendations for Going Forward -- References -- 6 Case Study of Renewable Bacteria Cellulose Fiber and Biopolymer Composites in Sustainable Design Practices -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction: Key Issues on Sustainable Design Practices -- 2 Bacteria Cellulose Fiber and Its Effectiveness -- 3 Case Study on Developing Renewable Bacteria Cellulose Fiber and Biopolymer Composites for Sustainable Design Practices -- 4 Case Study of User Acceptance of Apparel Products Made of BC Material -- 5 Summary and Future Trends -- Acknowledgments -- References
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