Journals and databases give you access to the latest information on your subject. This page has links to the most useful journals, databases and websites for your subject.
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The Digital Library provides access to past exam papers, examples of final projects and digitised chapters and articles relevant to your course.
The internet is also a useful place to find information - this guide will help you to evaluate webpages.
There are some webpages which will be useful in your
Review of the 200 largest global fashion brands and retailers, ranked according to how much they disclose about their social and environmental policies ...
The online news, insight and research portal for the
apparel and textile industry.
Search the M&S Archives online, includes images for thousands of items in the collection.
Includes company history, campaigns and product guides.
Digital archive from Prada featuring campaigns, catwalk shows and designs dating back to 1987. Includes video and photo content.
We Wear Culture - Fashion Project from Google Arts & Culture
Searchable archive of thousands of fashion collections from around the world. Visual and interactive content, exploring the stories behind clothes, fashion and its place in history.
VADS - over 140,000 images from over 300 art and design collections in the UK, including fabric, clothing and jewellery images.
Promoting the study of all aspects of clothing and textiles, the Society aims to encourage access to costume history, including contemporary dress.
Promotes the work of some 100 of the most talented designers based in the UK.
The Textile Institute exists to promote professionalism in all areas associated with the textile industries worldwide. The individual professional expertise of members is diverse: management, art, design, economics, education, engineering, fashion, marketing, production, research, retailing, science, selling, sustainability, technical and training. These skills relate to the totality of industrial and commercial operations from fibre production to the use of products by individual and corporate consumers.
Founded by iconic British designer Zandra Rhodes, the centre showcases a programme of changing exhibitions exploring elements of fashion and textiles as well as running a wide variety of creative courses and workshops for children, students and businesses.