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Fashion and Apparel Studies In The Media

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What To Wear On A First Date, According To Science Post2019-12-03T05:00:00ZJaehee Jung, fashion and apparel studies, is quoted on the inherent difficulties of doing research around the topic of what to wear on a first date. But that certainly wasn't going to stop the intrepid folks at HuffPost from writing about the topic.
America’s Obsession With Beef Is Killing Leather quotes Huantian Cao, fashion and apparel studies.
Consumers may feel pinch from U.S.-China trade war Public Media2019-08-09T04:00:00ZSheng Lu, Fashion and Apparel Studies, found that U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods are not prompting many companies to pull up stakes and move.
Spotlight: China remains reliable supplier of global fashion brands amid trade tensions with U.S. -- industry News2019-08-08T04:00:00ZSheng Lu, fashion and apparel studies, recently authored the 6th annual Fashion Industry Benchmarking Study. This piece, written by the official state-run news agency, discussing China's dominance in the textile and apparel industry quoted from his findings.
What’s Behind China’s Beauty Addiction? Daily2019-07-19T04:00:00ZArticle references research by UD Fashion and Apparel Studies professor Jaehee Jung, which was published in the Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal.
Authentic Attire: Do You Know Your Leadership 'Style'? is mentioned as one of a handful of academic institutions looking at the intersection of fashion and psychology, offering a course on the Social and Psychological Aspects of Clothing.
Amid Trade War Uncertainties, Chinese Manufacturers Are Making Contingency Plans! Finance2019-05-31T04:00:00Z"China is a ‘balanced supplier’ — it’s reliable, from sourcing and cost to compliance risk. Brands can’t just walk away from that. Not so soon.” Sheng Lu, fashion and apparel studies, on what the US-China trade war means for the apparel sector.
Tariffs Will Shift Sourcing From China And May Force Closing Of U.S. Stores opinion piece looking at how the trade war tariffs with China will play out for U.S. retailers mentions research by Sheng Lu, fashion and apparel studies
Trade war to hit high-end US fashion brands dependent on specialised Chinese manufacturing China Morning Post2019-05-15T04:00:00ZSheng Lu, fashion and apparel studies, has timely new research that looks at what a trade war with China would mean for textile and apparel manufacturing in the U.S.
The Science Behind Composting mentions research led by Huantian Cao, Fashion and Apparel Studies. His team has developed a shoe that is essentially made of mushrooms.

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  • Department of Fashion and Apparel Studies
  • 211 Alison Hall West
  • University of Delaware
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • Phone: 302-831-8714
  • United States Fashion Industry Association