Research Output

ARTICLES IN ACCREDITED JOURNALS

De Klerk, HM & Tselepis, TJ. 2007. The early-adolescent female clothing consumer: expectations, evaluations and satisfaction with fit as part of the appreciation of clothing quality. Journal of Fashion, Marketing and Management 11(3):413-428.

De Wet, AJC. 2016. An educational tool to encourage higher level thinking skills in the selection of images for fashion design mood boards: an action research approach. International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education:1-10.

Dos Santos, H. 2009. Fashion and Family Business Entrepreneurs: Jaff and Company, 1931-1980. New Contree 58:107-129.

Dos Santos, H. 2015. Intrapreneurship: George Beeton's managerial contribution to the Edgars Group, 1963-1996. New Contree 74:24-47.

Smal, D. 2008. Eco fashion: fashion fad or future trend? Image and Text 14:100-112.

Strydom, M & Tselepis, TJ.  2013. Applying the design process to apparel prototype development: students' experience of a community service-learning project. Journal of Family, Ecology and Consumer Science 41(3):34-48.

Tselepis, TJ & De Klerk HM. 2004. The early-adolescent girl's expectations about the fit of her clothing: a conceptual framework. Journal of Family, Ecology and Consumer Science 32:83-93. Awarded best paper 2004-2005.

Tselepis, TJ, Mastamet-Mason, A & Antonites, AJ. 2015. Designing success: describing a collaborative clothing design process between apprentice designers and expert design entrepreneurs. Journal of Family, Ecology and Consumer Science 43:51-60.

Tselepis, TJ, Mastamet-Mason, A & Antonites, AJ.  2016. Collaborating to compete: The role of collective creativity in a small South African design Business. Southern African Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business Management. Accepted June 2016.

 

NON-ACCREDITED PUBLICATIONS

Smal, D. 2011. The future of eco-fashion: a design drive approach. Fashion Forward: 1:225-262.

Smal, D. 2012. Design + Sustainability = Fashion: Sustainable design praxis in fashion. Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal 6(3):41-48.

 

CONFERENCE PAPERS DELIVERED

De Klerk, HM & Tselepis, TJ. 2008. What feels good must be good: The role of feelings in the young female consumer's evaluation of the fit of her clothes. South African Association of Family Ecology and Consumer Sciences Ninth National Conference. Pretoria. 2008.

De Wet, AJC. 2013. Proposing a framework towards critical visual analysis in fashion design. Jozi fashion threads interference: Theorising fashion design practice as process. VIAD Fashion Colloquium. VIAD & Fashion Design Department, FADA, UJ. October 3, 2013.

Harvey, N. 2014. Developing a conceptual framework for a philosophy of fashion design. Fashion Thinking – Theory, History, Practice International Conference 2014. University of Southern Denmark. October 30 - November 1, 2014.

Harvey, N. 2014. Fashion design education: Fostering more socially responsible future designers. Design with the other 90%. Cumulus Johannesburg Conference 2014. Greenside Design Centre & University of Johannesburg. September 22-27, 2014. 

Harvey, N. 2013. A conceptual framework for systematic reflection on the interrelationships between the design process and fashion as a self-reflecting socio-technological system. Jozi fashion threads interference: Theorising fashion design practice as process. VIAD Fashion Colloquium. VIAD & Fashion Design Department, FADA, UJ. October 3, 2013.

Lucking, J. 2014. Dress Styles Identities of Post-apartheid Afrikaner Subculture. Fashioning Youth Subcultures in the UK, USA, South Africa, and Japan. Fashion: Exploring Critical Issues Sixth Global Conference 2014. Mansfield College, Oxford. September 15-18, 2014.

Mastamet-Mason, A, Tselepis, TJ & Mollel, N. 2015. Integrating sustainable development in the  fashion and textile curricula in South African higher education: a multi stakeholders perspective. Journal of Arts & Sciences' (IJAS) International Conference for Teaching and Education. The Annual International American Canadian Conference for Academic Disciplines. Ryerson University, Toronto. May 18 - 21, 2015.

Tselepis, TJ & de Klerk, HM. 2007. Emotions and the young female consumer's evaluation of fit. Annual International Textiles and Apparel Association (ITAA) Conference. International Textile and Apparel Association. 2007.

Tselepis, TJ, Mastamet-Mason, A  & Antonites, AJ. 2013. Proposing of a design model applicable to the small business that provides innovative custom-made apparel. Indigenous knowledge. Tshwane University of Technology Conference. 2013

Van Heerden, S & Tselepis, TJ. 2016. Virtual or traditional window displays: which look and feel does the South African Female innovation generation prefer? International Conference of Family Ecology and Consumer Science. Centurion. 2016.

 

CONFERENCE PAPERS DELIVERED AND PUBLISHED IN ACCREDITED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

De Wet, AJC & Tselepis, T. 2015. Whose creative expression is it anyway? A conceptual framework proposed to facilitate an authentic creation process of fashion design mood boards. Ethics and accountability in Design: Do they matter? Seventh International DEFSA, Design Education Conference 2015. Midrand Graduate Institute & Vaal University of Technology. September 2‐3, 2015.

Harvey, N. 2011. The synergy between fashion design education and fashion districts. 20/20 Design Vision. Sixth International DEFSA, Design Education Conference 2011. DEFSA & VIAD, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture University of Johannesburg 2011.

Harvey, N. 2013. Sustaining the Johannesburg fashion design incubators: the role of fashion design education. Design Cultures: Encultured Design. Twelve National DEFSA, Design Education Conference 2013. Vaal University of Technology. September 2, 2013.

Harvey, N. 2013. Design process of novice fashion design students: an educator's reflective analysis. Design Cultures: Encultured Design. Twelve National DEFSA, Design Education Conference 2013. Vaal University of Technology. September 2, 2013.

Harvey, R. 2015. Future fit, socially responsible fashion designers: the role of fashion education. Ethics and accountability in Design: Do they matter? Seventh International DEFSA, Design Education Conference 2015. Midrand Graduate Institute & Vaal University of Technology. September 2‐3, 2015.

Perumal, C & Harvey, N. 2015. Corporate social responsibility: an exploration of initiatives in clothing brands. Ethics and accountability in Design: Do they matter? Seventh International DEFSA, Design Education Conference 2015. Midrand Graduate Institute & Vaal University of Technology. September 2‐3, 2015.

Smal, D. 2007. How green is your wardrobe? Flux: Design Education in a Changing World. Fifth International DEFSA, Design Education Conference 2007. Cape Peninsula University of Technology. October 3-5, 2007.

Smal, D. 2009. The Future of Eco-Fashion, a Design Driven Approach. Eco-Fashion. Fashion: Exploring Critical Issues First Global Conference 2009. Mansfield College, Oxford. September 25-27, 2009.

Smal, D & Lavelle, C. 2011. Developing a discourse in fashion design: What is research for fashion design? 20/20 Design Vision. Sixth International DEFSA, Design Education Conference 2011.Cape Peninsula University of Technology. October 3-5, 2011.

Smal, D. 2014. Environmentally Sustainable Fashion: A Design-Led Approach. Design with the other 90%. Cumulus Johannesburg Conference 2014. Greenside Design Centre & University of Johannesburg. September 22-27, 2014. 

Strydom, M & Tselepis, TJ. 2011. From happy concepts to happy South Africans: The role of service learning and community engagement in Consumer Science applied to "African Happy Pants". South African Association of Family Ecology and Consumer Sciences 12th International Conference. Pretoria. 2011.

Tselepis, TJ & De Klerk, HM. 2006. A qualitative investigation into the early adolescent girls' evaluation of the fit of clothes. South African Association of Family Ecology and Consumer Sciences Eighth National Conference. Cape Town. 2006.

Tselepis, TJ & Mastamet-Mason, A. 2013. Towards an entrepreneurially orientated design model for the South African small business that provides custom-made apparel. Design Cultures: Encultured Design. Twelve National DEFSA, Design Education Conference 2013. Vaal University of Technology. September, 2013.

Tselepis, TJ & Antonites, AJ. 2014. Mentoring apprentice apparel designers towards sustainable splendor. Design with the other 90%. Cumulus Johannesburg Conference 2014. Greenside Design Centre & University of Johannesburg. September 22-27, 2014. 

Tselepis, TJ. 2015. Transforming the Training: Ethical considerations in Re-designing an Incubation Model aimed to Train Aspiring Fashion Design Entrepreneurs. Ethics and accountability in Design: Do they matter? Seventh International DEFSA, Design Education Conference 2015. Midrand Graduate Institute & Vaal University of Technology. September 2‐3, 2015.

Tselepis, TJ & Schachtebec, C. 2016. Win-Win Solutions: applying business planning in a collaborative undergraduate design project. The Future of Education. International Conference: The Future of Education Edition Six 2016. June 30 - July 2, 2016.