About Journal

Global Journal of Fashion Technology & Textile Engineering (GJFTTE) aims to publish high-quality papers in all major areas of Fashion Technology & Textile Engineering. We encourage the submission of manuscripts that meet the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence.

Global Journal of Fashion Technology & Textile Engineering also features in the form of Research article, Original, Editorial, Review, short communication, Case report, Letter to the editor, Commentary, book review, etc.,

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We provide many author benefits, such as free PDFs, a liberal copyright policy, special discounts on Pubtexto publications and help readers to connect with potential collaborators and correspondents with a platform to publish their research work and update the recent advances.

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Aim and Scope

Global Journal of Fashion Technology & Textile Engineering (GJFTTE) is a journal that circulates articles based on the global development of all fields of Fashion Technology & Textile Engineering Insights & Transformations. The mission of GJFTTE to publish in a timely manner all Fashion Technology & Textile Engineering specialties comprising a comprehensive resource for physicians around the World.

The journal covers all applicable strives to publish the research in areas such as 3D Fabrics, Aesthetics of Textile, Clothing/Apparel Technologies, e-Textiles, Fashion Branding, Fashion Design, Fashion Designing, Fashion History, Fashion Marketing, Fashion Theory, Fibre Science, Multifunctional Materials, Nanotechnology in Textile Research, Smart Textiles, Studies on Colors, Technical Textiles, Textile Composites, Textile Finishing and Treatment, Textile Materials, Wearable Electronics.

Fiber Science

Fiber Science and Technology dwells on the science and technology of natural and man-made fibres. It integrates the vast subject domain from the viewpoint of material science and technology. Further, it accords a special reference to fibres and textiles, which constitute a major class of polymeric materials.

Textile Materials

Textiles can be made from many materials. These materials come from four main sources: animal (wool, silk), plant (cotton, flax, jute), mineral (asbestos, glass fibre), and synthetic (nylon, polyester, acrylic). In the past, all textiles were made from natural fibers, including plant, animal, and mineral sources.

Clothing Technology

It is a multimedia learning system that provides fundamental underpinning knowledge on the manufacture of apparel.

Colors & Dyes

These studies include the functions, properties, method of manufacture, the origin of various colors and dyes that are used in textile manufacture.

Fabric Textile

Fabric aesthetic character is defined as a relationship among a minimum of six concepts: style, body, cover, surface, texture, drape, and resilience. These concepts can be described by how they are subjectively perceived, by possible sub-concepts by objective tests.

Textile Finishing

Finishing processes can be divided into two broad classes: physical and chemical. In most cases finishing comprises 3 stages: washing and drying, stabilising and Pressing and aesthetics.

Fashion Design & Marketing

Fashion design is defined by the creators of new footwear, clothing and accessories. Fashion designing involves a set of skills that range from market research and creativity to sketching and fabric selection.

Nanotechnology in Textile

Nanotechnology at the molecular level can be used to develop desired textile characteristics, such as high tensile strength, unique surface structure, soft hand, durability, water repellency, fire retardancy, antimicrobial properties.

Wearable Electronics

Wearable electronics are clothing and accessories incorporating computer and advanced electronic technologies. The designs often incorporate practical functions and features, but may also have a purely critical or aesthetic agenda.


e-textiles, also known as smart garments, smart clothing, electronic textiles, smart textiles, or smart fabrics, are fabrics that enable digital components (including small computers), and electronics to be embedded in them.

3D Fabrics

These are the fabrics in which yarn runs through the braid in all three directions, formed by inter-plaiting three orthogonal sets of yarn. The fiber architecture of three-dimensional braided fabrics provides high strength, stiffness, and structural integrity, making them suitable for a wide array of applications.

Smart Textiles

Fabrics that purify water using nothing but the sun as an energy source. Clothes that can take an ECG or become cool at extreme temperatures are known as Smart textiles.

Technical Textiles

Technical textiles include textiles for automotive applications, medical textiles (e.g., implants), geotextiles (reinforcement of embankments), agro textiles (textiles for crop protection), and protective clothing.

Fashion Theory

It covers the study of fashion, including aspects from sociology, art history, consumption studies, and anthropology. It also includes studies on practices of production, dissemination, and consumption of dress.

Fashion History

The history of fashion design refers to the development of the fashion industry which designs clothing and accessories. The modern industry is based around firms or fashion houses run by individual designers, started in the 19th century with Charles Frederick Worth who was the first designer to have his label sewn into the garments that he created.

Fashion Design

Fashion Design is the art of application of design and aesthetics or natural beauty to clothing and accessories. Fashion design is influenced by cultural and social latitudes and has varied over time and price.

Fashion Marketing

Fashion marketing is part of the business side of the fashion industry, and it is just as important as the creative side of a fashion house. Even if you have a great product, it won't go far unless you do a significant marketing to create awareness.

Fashion Branding

The process involved in creating a unique name and image for a product in the consumers’ mind, mainly through advertising campaigns with a consistent theme is called fashion branding. Branding aims to establish a significant and differentiated presence in the market that attracts and retains loyal customers.

Multifunctional Materials

Multifunctional Material is defined to be any material or material-based system which integrally combines two [or possibly more] properties, one of which is normally structural and the other functional, e.g. optical, electrical, magnetic, thermal etc...

Textile Composites

Textile composites are fiber-reinforced composite materials, the reinforcement being in the form of a textile fabric (woven, knitted, braided).


  • 3D Body Scanning Technology
  • Fibre Testing
  • 3D Fabrics
  • Finishing
  • Aesthetics of Textile
  • Friction Spinning
  • Agricultural Application of Textiles
  • Haute Couture
  • Air-Jet Spinning
  • Knitting
  • Algorithmic Pattern Design
  • Laser Cutting
  • Algorithmic Pattern Design Fiber Science & Technology
  • Leather
  • Apparel
  • Leather Fiber
  • Apparel Manufacturing Technology
  • Marketing and use of products
  • Application of Computer in Textile
  • Medical textiles
  • Basic Operations in the Blow room
  • Medical Textiles and Nanotechnology in Textiles
  • Basic Operations in the Blowroom
  • Modeling and Simulation
  • Basic or classic
  • Multifunctional Materials
  • Bespoke Tailoring
  • Nano Technology in Textile
  • Biotechnology in Textile Industry
  • Nanotechnology in textile Research
  • Bio-textiles
  • Nanotechnology in textiles
  • Blending
  • Natural Fiber
  • Blow room
  • Natural polymer-based
  • Break Spinning
  • New Spinning Processes
  • Carding
  • Nonwoven
  • Carding Machine
  • Nonwovens
  • Centrifugal Spinning
  • Physical Chemistry of Dyeing
  • Chemical Structure of Fibres
  • Pile Structures
  • Clothing/ Apparel Technologies
  • Polymer
  • Construction of Elementary Weaves
  • Polymers
  • Conversion of Filaments to Fibers
  • Protein Based Biomaterials
  • Cotton Carding
  • Psychology on consumer for textile products
  • Crafting Traditions
  • Recycling Process of Textile Waste
  • Crighton Opener Machine
  • Recycling Process of Textile Waste.
  • Defects and Remedies of Dyed Materials
  • Recycling technology of textile products
  • Digital Printing
  • Recycling Technology of Textile Products 
  • Dyeing
  • Smart Textiles
  • Eco-Friendly Textile Dyeing
  • Solubilised Vat Colours
  • Embroidery
  • Spinning and Weaving Calculations
  • E-Textiles
  • Studies on Colors & Dyes
  • Fabric
  • Studies on Colors& Dyes
  • Fabric Manufacturing Technology
  • Studies on Fabrics from Dyneema Fibres for Defence Application
  • Fad
  • Studies on Colors & Dyes
  • Fashion Accessory
  • Style
  • Fashion Branding
  • Synthetic Fiber
  • Fashion Design
  • Synthetic Polymer-based
  • Fashion Designing
  • Synthetic Polymer-based Physical Chemistry of Dyeing
  • Fashion Designing & Marketing
  • Tapestry Structures
  • Fashion Forecasting
  • Technical Textiles
  • Fashion History
  • Tensioning Device
  • Fashion Marketing
  • Testing Of Interlaced and Textured Yarns
  • Fashion Theory
  • Textile Based Electronics
  • Fashion Trends
  • Textile Chemical Analysis
  • Felting
  • Textile composite materials
  • Fiber
  • Textile Costing and Management
  • Fiber Science & Technology
  • Textile Fibers
  • Fibers
  • Textile Finishing and Treatment
  • Fibre Science
  • Textile Finishing and Treatment
  • Unconventional Looms
  • Textile Machinery
  • Wearable Electronics
  • Textile Materials
  • Weaving
  • Textile Raw Materials
  • Wet Processing Engineering
  • Textile Testing
  • Wet Processing Technology
  • Types of Selvedges and Their Weaves
  • Yarn Manufacturing Technology
  • Types of Textile Fibers
  • Yarn Spinning
  • Yarns

Current Issue

Review article
Innovation Vs Convention- Trdition Vs Modern
Innovation Vs Convention- Trdition Vs Modern
Hann MA and Jackson KC

Engineering: Global J Fashion Technol Textile Eng 2021, 1: 1

Review article
Trousers Outfit- Fashion Meet With Innovation- Perception-Relativity
Trousers Outfit- Fashion Meet With Innovation- Perception-Relativity
Klopocki E and Kim KH

Engineering: Global J Fashion Technol Textile Eng 2021, 1: 1

Commentary Article
Dyes and Dyeing
Dyes and Dyeing
Fathi HKS

Engineering: Global J Fashion Technol Textile Eng 2021, 1: 1

Journal Spotlight

  •   3D Body Scanning Technology
  •   3D Fabrics
  •   Aesthetics of Textile
  •   Agricultural Application of Textiles
  •   Air-Jet Spinning
  •   Algorithmic Pattern Design
  •   Algorithmic Pattern Design Fiber Science & Technology
  •   Apparel
  •   Apparel Manufacturing Technology
  •   Application of Computer in Textile
  •   Basic Operations in the Blow room
  •   Basic Operations in the Blowroom
  •   Basic or classic
  •   Bespoke Tailoring
  •   Biotechnology in Textile Industry
  •   Bio-textiles
  •   Blending
  •   Blowroom
  •   Break Spinning
  •   Carding
  •   Carding Machine
  •   Centrifugal Spinning
  •   Chemical Structure of Fibres
  •   Clothing/ Apparel Technologies
  •   Construction of Elementary Weaves
  •   Conversion of Filaments to Fibers
  •   Cotton Carding
  •   Crafting Traditions
  •   Crighton Opener Machine
  •   Defects and Remedies of Dyed Materials
  •   Digital Printing
  •   Dyeing
  •   Eco-Friendly Textile Dyeing
  •   Embroidery
  •   E-Textiles
  •   Fabric
  •   Fabric Manufacturing Technology
  •   Fad
  •   Fashion Accessory
  •   Fashion Branding
  •   Fashion Design
  •   Fashion Designing
  •   Fashion Designing & Marketing
  •   Fashion Forecasting
  •   Fashion History
  •   Fashion Marketing
  •   Fashion Theory
  •   Fashion Trends
  •   Felting
  •   Fiber
  •   Fiber Science & Technology
  •   Fibers
  •   Fibre Science
  •   Unconventional Looms
  •   Wearable Electronics
  •   Weaving
  •   Wet Processing Engineering
  •   Wet Processing Technology
  •   Yarn Manufacturing Technology
  •   Yarn Spinning
  •   Yarn spinning
  •   Fibre Testing
  •   Finishing
  •   Friction Spinning
  •   Haute Couture
  •   Knitting
  •   Laser Cutting
  •   Leather
  •   Leather Fiber
  •   Marketing and use of products
  •   Medical textiles
  •   Medical Textiles and Nanotechnology in Textiles
  •   Modelling and Simulation
  •   Multifunctional Materials
  •   Nano Technology in Textile
  •   Nanotechnology in textile Research
  •   Nanotechnology in textiles
  •   Natural Fiber
  •   Natural polymer based
  •   New Spinning Processes
  •   Nonwoven
  •   Nonwovens
  •   Physical Chemistry of Dyeing
  •   Pile Structures
  •   Polymer
  •   Polymers
  •   Protein Based Biomaterials
  •   Psychology on consumer for textile products
  •   Recycling Process of Textile Waste
  •   Recycling Process of Textile Waste.
  •   Recycling technology of textile products
  •   Recycling Technology of Textile Products
  •   Smart Textiles
  •   Solubilised Vat Colours
  •   Spinning and Weaving Calculations
  •   Studies on Colors & Dyes
  •   Studies on Colors& Dyes
  •   Studies on Fabrics from Dyneema Fibres for Defence Application
  •   Studies on Colors & Dyes
  •   Style
  •   Synthetic Fiber
  •   Synthetic Polymer based
  •   Synthetic Polymer based Physical Chemistry of Dyeing
  •   Tapestry Structures
  •   Technical Textiles
  •   Tensioning Device
  •   Testing Of Interlaced and Textured Yarns
  •   Textile Based Electronics
  •   Textile Chemical Analysis
  •   Textile composite materials
  •   Textile Costing and Management
  •   Textile Fibers
  •   Textile Finishing and Treatment
  •   Textile Finishing and Treatment
  •   Textile Machinery
  •   Textile Materials
  •   Textile Raw Materials
  •   Textile Testing
  •   Types of Selvedges and Their Weaves
  •   Types of Textile Fibers
  •   Yarns
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