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

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Secondment Handbook

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

Publications

FishSkin: Developing fishskin as a sustainable raw material for the Fashion Industry.

Author(s): Palomino; Elisa.; Kokita, Mitsuhiro. , Yonehara, Yoshi.
Published in: Centre for Innovation in Traditional Industries. Kyoto Seika University., Issue Centre for Innovation in Traditional Industries. Kyoto Seika University., 2019

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

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

Author(s): Elisa Palomino Perez, Gustavo Defeo
Published in: Design Research for Change, 2019

Preservation of the Hezhe 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

Athabascan Fish Skin workshop at Parsons, New York: Material Innovation and its application to Fashion Higher Education

Author(s): Palomino, Elisa
Published in: Costume Society of America Symposium 2020 MADE IN NEW YORK., Issue Costume Society of America Symposium 2020 MADE IN NEW YORK., 2020

FishSkin: Sustainability, Craft and Material Innovation and its application to Fashion Higher Education.

Author(s): Palomino, Elisa; Rahme, Lotta
Published in: Craft Conference 2019.Viljandi, Estonia., Issue Craft Conference 2019.Viljandi, Estonia., 2019

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

Indigenous Fish-Skin Craft Revived Through Contemporary Fashion

Author(s): Elisa Palomino, Edwin Phiri, Katrín María Káradóttir
Published in: 2020

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

Author(s): Elisa Palomino Perez & Gustavo Adrian Defeo
Published in: Design Research for Change, Design Museum, 2019

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

Athabascan Fish Skin workshop at Parsons, New York: Material Innovationand its application to Fashion Higher Education.

Author(s): Elisa Palomino
Published in: Costume Society of America Symposium 2020 MADE IN NEW YORK, 2020

'Preservation of early medieval Fish Leather tradition through Higher Education

Author(s): Palomino, Elisa. Rahme, Lotta.
Published in: IONA: Early Medieval Studies on the Islands of the North Atlantic Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada., Issue IONA: Early Medieval Studies on the Islands of the North Atlantic Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada., 2019

Actioning the Global Goals for Local Impact - Towards Sustainability Science, Policy, Education and Practice

Author(s): Elisa Palomino Perez
Published in: SDG 14 Life Below Water. Introducing Fish Skin as a Sustainable Raw Material for Fashion., 2020
DOI: 10.1007/978-981-32-9927-6

Textiles, Identity and Innovation: In Touch

Author(s): Palomino, E., Boon, J
Published in: Preservation of Hezhen Fish Leather tradition through Fashion Education, 2020
DOI: 10.1201/9780429286872