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Payne, Alice (2015) Open and closed-loop recycling of textile and apparel products. In Muthu, S. (Ed.) Handbook of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of Textiles and Clothing. Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge, United Kingdom, pp. 103-123.
Payne, Alice (2013) The knock-on from the knock-off : recent shifts within Australian mass market fashion design practice. In Pedroni, Marco (Ed.) From Production to Consumption : The Cultural Industry of Fashion. Inter-Disciplinary Press, Oxford, England, pp. 5-20.
Payne, Alice Ruth (2012) Nourishing or polluting : redefining the role of waste in the fashion system. In Felton, Emma, Vaughan, Suzi, & Zelenko, Oksana (Eds.) Design and Ethics : Reflections on Practice. Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), London and New York, pp. 204-212.
Horton, Kathleen, Ferrero-Regis, Tiziana, & Payne, Alice (2016) The hard work of leisure: Healthy life, activewear and Lorna Jane. Annals of Leisure Research, 19(2), pp. 180-193.
Payne, Alice (2016) Inspiration sources for Australian fast fashion design: Tapping into consumer desire. Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management: An International Journal, 20(2), pp. 191-207.
Payne, Alice (2014) Spinning a sustainable yarn : environmental sustainability and brand story in the Australian fashion industry. International Journal of Fashion Studies, 1(2), pp. 185-208.
Payne, Alice (2014) The story of … the military jacket. The Conversation.
Payne, Alice (2014) The story of … the top hat. The Conversation.
Payne, Alice (2014) Selling surf, sun and fitness: Queensland's mass-market fashion. Fashion Archives, 2014(9).
Payne, Alice (2012) Counting the cost of fast fashion. The Conversation.
Payne, Alice (2011) The life-cycle of the fashion garment and the role of Australian mass market designers. The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, 7(3), pp. 237-246.
Payne, Alice (2015) Writing fashion’s future: the gods and monsters of the Anthropocene. In 17th Annual International IFFTI Conference, 12-16 May 2015, Polimoda, Florence. (Unpublished)
Payne, Alice Ruth (2012) Spinning a sustainable yarn: assessing the claims of Australian companies’ eco-initiatives. In 13th International Conference of ModaCult : Fashion Tales 2012, 7-9 June 2012, Università Cattolica of Milan, Milan. (Unpublished)
Payne, Alice (2011) The knock-on from the knock-off : recent shifts within Australian mass market fashion design practice. In 3rd Global Conference Fashion Exploring Critical Issues, 22-25 September 2011, Mansfield College, Oxford. (Unpublished)
Payne, Alice (2011) Frantic fashion and Australia’s invisible designers : conversations on sustainability in the mass market. In Fashion Colloquium London , 21 - 22 September 2011, London College of Fashion, London. (Unpublished)
Payne, Alice (2011) The lifecycle of the fashion garment : voices of mass market designers. In 7th International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, 5-7 January 2011, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. (Unpublished)
Payne, Alice (2010) Transgression and the everyday : art and fashion in the 1970s. In Material Culture : Illustrated Lecture Series, 11 September 2010 - 13 November 2010, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, QLD. (Unpublished)
Payne, Alice (2016) Garden of Shrinking Violets. [Design/Architectural Work]
Brough, Dean, Payne, Alice, & Musk, Peter (2015) Harvest: A biotextile future. [Design/Architectural Work]
Payne, Alice (2015) Shrinking Violets. [Design/Architectural Work]
Payne, Alice (2014) Remember or Revive: Alice Payne and the Gold Coast and Hinterland Historical Society. [Digital/Creative Work]
Payne, Alice Ruth (2012) The grow-shrink-and-turncoat. [Design/Architectural Work]
Payne, Alice (2011) ThinkLifecycle. [Digital/Creative Work]
Payne, Alice (2014) Fashion Thinking : Creative Approaches to the Design Process, F. Dieffenbacher (2013). Clothing Cultures, 1(3), pp. 351-353.
Payne, Alice Ruth (2013) Design, sustainability and Australian mass-market fashion : three case studies. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.