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Fashion and Apparel Studies In The Media

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The Science Behind Compostinghttps://www.livescience.com/63559-composting.htmlLiveScience2018-09-12T04:00:00ZArticle mentions research led by Huantian Cao, Fashion and Apparel Studies. His team has developed a shoe that is essentially made of mushrooms.
Tales from the Trade War with Chinahttp://shoeinshow.com/mediacast/121-tales-from-the-trade-war-with-china/Shoe-In Show2018-09-03T04:00:00ZDr. Sheng Lu, associate professor from the Department of Fashion and Apparel Studies at the University of Delaware, stops by Shoe-In at FN Platform to discuss the impact the trade war with China is having on the fashion industry.
Are These Baked Mushroom Sandals the Future of Fashion?https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/are-baked-mushroom-shoes-future-fashion-180969152/Smithsonian Magazine2018-05-24T04:00:00ZMagazine spotlights research by graduate student Julie Silverman, undergraduate Wing Tang and Huantian Cao, Fashion and Apparel Studies. Their work led to the creation of a prototype shoe that combines mushrooms, agriculture waste and fabric scraps.
How Dawnn Karen invented fashion psychologyhttp://www.afr.com/lifestyle/fashion/how-dawnn-karen-invented-fashion-psychology-20180412-h0yofdAustralian Financial Review2018-05-04T04:00:00ZPublication mentions a course offered by Jaehee Jung, Fashion and Apparel Studies. "We talk about perceptions and standards of attractiveness," she says. "Where these come from and how we use them to judge others."
China’s once-booming textile and clothing industry faces tough timeshttp://www.scmp.com/news/china/economy/article/2143938/chinas-once-booming-textile-and-clothing-industry-faces-toughSouth China Morning Post - Online2018-04-30T04:00:00ZSheng Lu, Fashion and Apparel Studies, said “made in China” products were not losing their price competitiveness because of the overall supply chain efficiency.
Do you like mushrooms? Even if you don't, you might be able to wear themhttps://www.discovery.ca/Shows/Daily-Planet/video?vid=1379104Discovery Channel 2018-04-25T04:00:00ZThe network's "Daily Planet" show visited campus and interviewed masters degree student Jillian Silverman, undergraduate Wing Tang and Huantian Cao, Fashion and Apparel Studies, for a piece about their biodegradable mushroom shoes.
Fashion TherapyGood Morning America2018-04-20T04:00:00ZMorning television story on how wardrobe affects mood mentions that UD offers a similar course on the psychological aspects of fashion.
These students made shoes out of mushroomshttps://www.facebook.com/StoriesMTVU/videos/964173520422571/mtvU2018-04-20T04:00:00ZThe network interviewed student Wing Tang, who was part of a team from Fashion and Apparel Studies that made the shoe to address the problem of waste in the fashion industry.
Researchers have created biodegradable shoes using mushrooms, chicken feathers and textile wastehttps://uk.news.yahoo.com/researchers-created-biodegradable-shoes-using-185647155.htmlPress Association 2018-04-18T04:00:00ZArticle spotlights research by masters degree student Jillian Silverman and undergraduate Wing Tang, which was overseen by Huantian Cao and Kelly Cobb, both from Fashion and Apparel Studies. The piece ran in several UK and Irish outlets, including Yahoo UK.
The Dress Doctor Is Inhttps://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/12/fashion/fashion-psychologist.htmlThe New York Times2018-04-12T04:00:00ZArticle quotes Jaehee Jung, Fashion and Apparel Studies, who talked about her course, the Social Psychological Aspects of Clothing.

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  • Department of Fashion and Apparel Studies
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  • University of Delaware
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