Fashion Communication (inbunden)
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1st ed. 2021
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Kalbaska, Nadzeya / Cominelli, Francesca
21 Illustrations, color; 9 Illustrations, black and white; XIII, 337 p. 30 illus., 21 illus. in colo
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Fashion Communication

Proceedings of the FACTUM 21 Conference, Pamplona, Spain, 2021

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These conference proceedings are the output of one of the first academic events of its nature happening globally, targeting fashion from a communication sciences perspective, including, in a broad sense, cultural heritage studies and marketing. The chapters present theoretical and empirical interdisciplinary work on how various communication practices impact the fashion industry and on societal fashion-related practices and values. The special focus of this volume is how digital transformation is changing the field and its utility to practitioners. Using these academic insights, practitioners can understand the core causes and reasons for trends and developments in the field of fashion communication and marketing.
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Teresa Sdaba is the dean of ISEM Fashion Business School (University of Navarra, Spain), a leading center for research and education in the fashion industry, where she also teaches strategic communication for fashion companies. She is a professor at the University of Navarra and George Washington University (USA) and visiting professor at Universit Paris XII (France) and Complutense University (Spain), among others. A Fulbright fellow with Ph.D. in communication, she is an expert on framing issues and strategic communication. Teresa is the author of Framing: Una teora para los medios de comunicacin (2006), Framing: El encuadre de las noticias (2008), and Moda y Marca Espaa (2012). Nadzeya Kalbaska has a Ph.D. in communication sciences and is a lecturer at the Institute of Digital Technologies for Communication, Universit della Svizzera italiana (USI, Lugano, Switzerland). She is an academic coordinator of M.Sc. in digitalfashion communication, a joint degree between USI and Universit Paris 1 Panthon-Sorbonne, France, and a group leader of Digital Fashion Communication Research at the USI. Since 2015, she is an adjunct professor at the University of Pisa (Italy). On the practice front, she serves Google within Google Online Marketing Challenge as a part of its Global Academic Panel. Francesca Cominelli is an associate professor at the University of Paris 1 Panthon-Sorbonne (France) and director of Institut de Recherche et d'tudes Suprieures du Tourisme (IREST). She holds a Ph.D. in economics and her research interests include economics of culture, cultural commons, public policies, and cultural tourism. More specifically she is interested in cultural diversity, intangible cultural heritage, creativity, innovation, and traditional craftsmanship. Previously, she worked as a project specialist for INMA and the French Ministry of Culture and Communication (20082010), and as a researcher for the European Investment Bank Institute (20132014) and for the University of Lille 3 (2015). She is a member of ICOMOS and vice president for Europe of ICOMOS International Committee on Intangible Cultural Heritage. Lorenzo Cantoni graduated with a degree in philosophy and holds a Ph.D. in education and linguistics. Dr. Cantoni is a professor at USI Universit della Svizzera italiana (Lugano Switzerland), Faculty of Communication, Culture, and Society, where he served as dean of the faculty in the academic years 20102014. He is currently director of the Institute for Communication Technologies and scientific director of the laboratories, NewMinE Lab: New Media in Education Lab, and eLab: eLearning Lab. Dr. Cantoni holds the UNESCO Chair in ICT to develop and promote sustainable tourism in World Heritage Sites, established at USI, and is president of IFITT International Federation for Information Technologies in Travel and Tourism. Marta Torregrosa Puig holds a Ph.D. in philosophy and is a professor of communication theory (epistemology of communication, fashion communication) and the academic co-director of the fashion communication program at the University of Navarra (Spain). She teaches masters courses on the governance and culture of organizations (communication, research methodology). She is a visiting professor at Itsmo University. Guatemala, since 2014 and was the academic director of the advanced program in fashion business management (PADEM) at ISEM Fashion Business School, University of Navarra.


Part I: Digitalization in Fashion.- Omni-channel Retailing in the Fashion Industry: Its Definition and Implementation.- Digital Fashion Competences: A Longitudinal Study.- Touch in Text. The Communication of Tactility in Fashion E-Commerce Garment Descriptions.- Symbolic Entrance Effects of IoT: Portable Cosmetics Commerce behind the Deep-Link of web.3.0A Case Study of Social Media Platform Store.- Understanding the Internal and External Drivers and Barriers for Digital Servitization in the European Textile Manufacturing Industry.- Mediatization: Understanding the Rise of Fashion Exhibitions.- Part II: Fashion Communication Strategies.- Fashion Statements. Fashion Communication as an Expression of Artistic, Political, and Social Manifesto between Physical and Digital.- Virgil Ablohs Contemporary Discourse: An Academic Approach to His Communication Strategies.- Advertising Format Evolution in Fashion Brands Communication: Contagious Case Study 20102020.- Millennials and Fashion: Branding and Positioning through Digital Interactions.- Digital Fashion Exhibition: Salvatore Ferragamo Museum and Google Arts & Culture.- Harpers Bazaar en Espaol (1967): The Failed Attempt to Start a Spanish Edition of Harpers Bazaar in the 1960s.- Part III: Communicating Sustainability.- Adolfo Domnguez: The Role of Sustainability on the Social Media Engagement in 2020.- Label Conscious: Communicating Verifiable Sustainable Impact by Labelling Garments with Smart Technology.- Building a Prosocial Communication Model in the Fashion Sector, Based on Sustainability and Artificial Intelligence, Derived from COVID-19.- Dressed in Words: Crafting Slow and Fast Fashion Hashtags.- 100 Years of Fashion Activism: From the Womens Suffrage Movement to the US 2020 Elections.- Rallying Hashtags as a Tool for Societal Change in Fashion.- Intercultural Crisis Communicationon Social Media: A Case from Fashion.- Intangible Heritage: The Change of Significance of Hungarian Embroidery over Time.- Part IV: Fashion Storytelling.- Grunigs Two-Way Model in the Fashion Films of Chanel N 5: The Film and the One that I Want.- The Revival of Heritage Fashion Houses: Brand Identity in the Digital Era.- Luxury Fashion Storytelling: Branding Performance on Instagram.- Fashion Stories in Rome: Place-Making Narratives Within Fashion Branded City Guides.