Aims of the journal are to advance knowledge and to seek new perspectives to fashion and textiles worldwide through original research articles, review papers, editorial, case study, book reviews and letters to the editor. The fashion and textiles discipline has intertwined with aligned disciplines such as natural sciences, humanities, social sciences, and the arts. In today’s rapidly changing, increasingly complex environment of academia and industries, this discipline is more converged and diverged.
Note that during this period of transition to the new NewJour site, not all publications from the previous version of the site have been assigned subjects, keywords, or geographic regions. For a more comprehensive listing please use the site search.
Datatèxtil is the CDMT’s trade magazine, published twice a year. The magazine fills a gap in the market for art, history and heritage publications which only rarely focus on textiles.
Since issue number 28, the magazine has been published in digital format, and can be downloaded for free.