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Developing Fish Skin as a sustainable raw material for the fashion industry

Deliverables

Base materials for online reusable learning resources for fish leather, and a public dissemination event

The website will include materials that will form a basis for creating online reusable learning resourcesParticipation at a general trade show with industrial impact

Biological suitability of edible fish species and broodstock management protocols

Biological suitability of edible fish species in the Mediterranean North Sea and the eastern Atlantic as raw material for the fashion industryBroodstock management protocols for the foodfashion industry

Progress report 1

Project Progress report covering M13 M36 4 chapters summarising the years secondments events dissemination and communication events and management and financial issues

Secondment Handbook

Secondment Handbook: A practical guide for the seconded ER/ESR

Fish Leather sustainable specifications for Fashion

Fish for Fashion sustainability requirements specifications and characteristicsMaterial Flow Analysis for the fish skin stream in mariculture and fashion

Progress report 2

Progress report covering M13 - M50 (4 chapters summarising the years’ secondments, events, dissemination and communication events and management and financial issues)

Market analysis and acceptance strategies

Fish leather in the fashion industry market analysis and acceptance strategies

Material-driven design guidelines

Materialdriven design experimentation guidelines

Virtual drape simulation with fish leather

Demonstration of software applications specifically applied for fish leather processing and virtual drape

Portfolio of samples showing dyeing, printing and finishing

Prototype portfolio of samples of fish leather exhibiting innovations in dyeing, printing, finishing and material manipulation

Publications

Indigenous Fish Skin Craft Revived Through Contemporary Fashion

Author(s): Palomino, Elisa. Karadottir, Katrin. Phiri, Edwin.
Published in: International Foundation of Fashion Technologies Institutes. IFFTI conference. Kent, Ohio.USA, Issue International Foundation of Fashion Technologies Institutes. IFFTI conference. Kent, Ohio.USA, 2020
Publisher: Kent State University

Preservation of the Hezhen people’s fish skin tradition through fashion education

Author(s): Palomino, Elisa. Boon, Joseph
Published in: Textiles, Identity and Innovation: In Touch Proceedings of the 2nd International Textile Design Conference (D_TEX 2019), Issue June 10, 2020, 2020, ISBN 9780367252441
Publisher: CRC Press
DOI: 10.1201/9780429286872

Material Design Innovation: Fish Leather, a new environmentally friendly material

Author(s): Palomino, Elisa. Defeo, Gustavo
Published in: 'Design Research for Change' (DR4C) symposium at the Design Museum, London, UK., Issue 'Design Research for Change' (DR4C) symposium at the Design Museum, London,, 2019, Page(s) 293-307, ISBN 9781862203693
Publisher: Lancaster university

Indigenous Arctic Fish skin clothing traditions: Cultural and ecological impacts on Fashion Higher Education

Author(s): Elisa Palomino, Katrín María Káradóttir, Lotta Rhame, Joseph Boon
Published in: Around the Campfire – Resilience and Intelligence, Issue Cumulus Conference Rovaniemi, 2019
Publisher: Cumulus Conference Rovaniemi

Hydrophobic and water resistant fish leather: a fully sustainable combination of discarded biomass and by-products of the food industry

Author(s): Marta Fadda, Arkadiusz Zych, Riccardo Carzino, Athanassia Athanassiou, Giovanni Perotto
Published in: Green Chemistry, 2023, ISSN 1463-9262
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
DOI: 10.1039/d3gc04048h

Increasing Functionality of Fish Leather by Chemical Surface Modifications

Author(s): Achiad Zilberfarb, Gali Cohen, Elizabeth Amir
Published in: Polymers, Issue Advances in Functional Polymer Coatings and Surfaces special issue, 2023, Page(s) Polymers 2023, 15(19), 3904, ISSN 2073-4360
Publisher: MDPI
DOI: 10.3390/polym15193904

The case of Fish skin, a historical material assimilated as an innovative sustainable material for fashion.

Author(s): Palomino, Elisa and Káradóttir, Katrin
Published in: In Fashion: Culture, Commerce, Craft, and Identity., 2021, ISBN 978-90-04-44658-8
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004446595

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