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Finn, Angela L. (2010) Ways of telling : research methodology for fashion textiles design. In ICERI2010 Conference Proceedings. IATED Publications, Madrid, Spain, pp. 1820-1829.
Farrer, Joan & Finn, Angela L. (2009) The power of a single prototype : sustainable fashion textile design and the prevention of carcinogenic melanoma. In Bartolo , Paulo Jorge da Silva, Jorge , Mateus Artur, Batista , Fernando da Conceicao, Almeida , Henrique Amorim, Matias , Joao Manuel, Vasco , Joel Correia, et al. (Eds.) Innovative Developments in Design and Manufacturing : Advanced Research in Virtual and Rapid Prototyping. Taylor & Francis Ltd, Boca Raton; London.
Farrer, Joan & Finn, Angela L. (2009) Full circle : the future of sustainable fashion manufacturing in New Zealand. In International Foundation of Fashion Technology Institutes (IFFTI) 2009 : Fashion and Wellbeing. The Centre for Learning and Teaching in Art and Design (CLTAD), London, pp. 342-352.
Farrer, Joan & Finn, Angela L. (2009) Sustainable fashion textiles research : engaging with new technologies. Textiles Magazine : The Quarterly Magazine of the Textiles Institute, 4, pp. 14-16.
Farrer, Joan & Finn, Angela L. (2008) A solution to fashion textile unsustainability. PerAda Magazine : Towards Pervasive Adaption, Oct(6).
Finn, Angela L. (2011) Luxury fashion: The role of innovation as a key contributing factor in the development of luxury fashion goods and sustainable fashion design. In Onuma, Satochi (Ed.) Conference Proceedings 2011 Fashion & Luxury: Between Heritage and Innovation, Institut Francais de la Mode (IFM), The Institut Français de la Mode, Paris, pp. 11-18.
Farrer, Joan & Finn, Angela L. (2011) Sustainable fashion textiles design : value adding through technological enhancement. In Fabricating the Body : Textiles and Human Health in Historical Perspective, 6th - 7th April 2011, University of Exeter, Exeter. (Unpublished)
Finn, Angela L. & Finn, Lee (2010) Uncertainty and innovation in fashion design. In Moda Global Fashion - Conference Proceedings CD, Centro de Estudos da Populacao, Economia e Sociedade, Porto, Portugal, pp. 1-26.
Finn, Angela L. & Fraser, Kim (2007) The big picture : an integrated approach to fashion design education. In Fashion Industry New Zealand (FINZ) Annual Education Conference : The Broader Perspective of Design, 8th - 10th August, 2007, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand. (Unpublished)
Finn, Angela L. (2011) Luxury fashion : the significance of luxury fashion goods for sustainable fashion design. In Sustainability Festival and Conference Day, 18th May, 2011, RMIT University, Melbourne. (Unpublished)
Finn, Angela L. (2010) Ways of telling : tacit knowledge transfer for fashion design research. In Ignite 10! Creative Industries Postgraduate Research Conference, 27th - 29th October, 2010, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Qld. (Unpublished)
Finn, Angela L. (2010) 1960s Fashion Minimalism. In Material Culture : Illustrated Lecture Series, 11 September - 13 November 2010, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane. (Unpublished)
Finn, Angela L. (2008) Fashion design research : research methodologies for emerging researchers [Abstract]. In Alpha Alpha Alpha November Zulu : Annual Conference of Art Association of Australia and New Zealand, 4th - 6th November, 2008, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Qld.
Finn, Angela L. (2007) Ethical fashion : the human stories driving a fashion movement. In Fashion in Fiction : A Transdisciplinary Conference, 26-27 May, 2007, University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, NSW. (Unpublished)
Finn, Angela L. (2008) Full Circle : a collection of prototypes. [Creative Work]
Finn, Angela L. (2007) Evangeline Series : An interpretation of Classic Gothic Lolita. [Creative Work]
Hardy Bernal, Kathryn, Finn, Angela L., Stewart, Yvonne, Niemczyk, Lize, & Trussardi, Gabriella (2007) Lolipop: A downtown Auckland view on Japanese street fashion. [Creative Work]
Finn, Angela L. (2008) Fashion manufacturing in New Zealand : can design contribute to a sustainable fashion Industry? Other thesis, Auckland University of Technology.