Dr Celina Jones

Lecturer in Fashion Technology

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Textile Materials Inspired by Structural Colour in Nature


After completing an MSc in Textile Science and Technology at The University of Manchester, Celina Jones was awarded the Doctoral Training Award by EPSRC for her PhD, creating textile materials inspired by structural colour in nature.   Prior to her masters, she completed a BA in Textile Design at Chelsea College of Art and Design.  Her PhD research has enabled her to fuse her design background with the new knowledge she gained during her MSc. 


In her role as Lecturer in Fashion Technology at The University of Manchester, Celina teaches at undergraduate and postgraduate level and develops research in the following areas: fashion product development, quality control, garment technology and textile science and technology including fibre sourcing, fabric construction and finishing, and fabric performance analysis. 

MSc Textile Technology Dissertation project


Research Networks and Beacons


  • Fashion Product Development, Quality Control, Garment Technology, Textile Science and Technology, Textile Materials, Fibre Sourcing, Fabric Construction, Fabric Finishing, Fabric Performance Analysis, Fashion Technology

Education / academic qualifications

  • 2016 - Doctor of Philosophy, Textile Science and Technology, The University of Manchester
  • 2011 - Master of Science, Textile Technology, The University of Manchester
  • 2009 - Bachelor of Arts, Textile Design, University of the Arts London

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