Journal of the Institute of Textiles & Fashion Professionals – Ghana (ITFP-G)
The Fashion and Textiles Review (FTR) is a journal committed to publishing scholarly, practical, creative designs, research and experimentations in fashion and textiles. The publications include articles, projects, technical notes, portfolio reviews, exhibitions, monographs, fashion and textiles pedagogical essays.
The FTR has a highly efficient editorial team that ensures that publications times are shorter as papers are published as soon as the review and editorial processes are completed. Papers submitted are reviewed and edited to the house style of the FTR before publication. Due to this arrangement, a paper that does not meet the initial standard and format is not accepted for onward processing and publication.
Aim and Scope
The Fashion and Textile Review aims to advance knowledge and to seek new perspectives in fashion and textiles. It covers domains such as:
- Aesthetics of Fashion Product
- Apparel Manufacturing
- Beauty Culture
- Consumer Behaviour
- Costume or Dress
- Dyeing and Printing
- Fabric Painting
- Fashion Design Process
- Fashion Exhibition
- Fashion Merchandising, Retailing and Marketing
- Fashion Theory
- Fashion Trend
- History of Fashion
- Jewellery Design
- Management of the Clothing and Textile Industry
- Mass Customisation
- Millinery and Accessories
- Smart and Intelligent Textiles
- Socio-psychology of Fashion
- Surface Design
- Textile /Fibre Art and Mix Media
- Textile Design Technology
- Textile Finishing
- Textile Product Design
- Textile Production Technology
- Textile Material Science
- Exhibition Reviews
- Portfolio Reviews
- Technical Papers
- Working Notes
FTR is an Open Access Journal, which is a vital part of ITFP-G’s commitment to an inclusive, concerted and transparent world of research where researchers can share knowledge and utilize each other’s work to advance research outcomes. FTR offers an extensive range of open access options to meet the varied desires of academic institutions and communities, funders, and researchers globally, not compromising on quality, research integrity, and rigorous peer review. Thus, FTR will continually support researchers accessing the knowledge they require, irrespective of the model under which it will be published.
The Fashion and Textiles Review (Online) ISSN: 2665-0983
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All manuscripts submitted for publication to the journal are cross-checked for plagiarism using the prescribed software. When manuscripts are found to be plagiarized during the initial stages of review, they will automatically be rejected and not considered for publication in the journal. Manuscripts containing plagiarized materials are against the standards of quality, research and innovation.
Authors are, therefore, advised to abide by the ethical standards of the journal and abstain from any form of plagiarism whatsoever.