This document gives recommended values and related test methods for apparel leather, excluding furs.
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This document defines a test method for security of attachment of functional and decorative buttons to
clothing including garments such as gloves, hats, scarves, hosiery, ties, and textile belts.
This document does not apply to:
a) child care articles;
b) shoes, boots and similar footwear;
c) toys (see NOTE 2);
d) other articles sold with clothing.
NOTE 1 The above items are covered by other CEN Technical Committees and as such are out of scope of this
document.
NOTE 2 Disguise costumes including carnival costumes are examples of clothing which are also toys and fall
within the scope of the Toy Safety Directive.
The scope of this document is limited to sewn-on buttons, toggle buttons and tack buttons.
Assessment of other garment components are considered in:
— CEN/TS 17394-3, or
— CEN/TS 17394-4.
Performance requirements are provided in CEN/TS 17394-1.

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This document provides a description of anthropometric measurements that can be used as a basis for
the creation of physical and digital anthropometric databases. The list of measurements specified in
this document is intended to serve as a guide for practitioners in the field of clothing who are required
to apply their knowledge to select population market segments and to create size and shape profiles
for the development of all garment types and their equivalent fit mannequins. The list provides a
guide for how to take anthropometric measurements, as well as give information to clothing product
development teams and fit mannequin manufacturers on the principles of measurement and their
underlying anatomical and anthropometrical bases.
Annex A describes the use of the pictogram (standardized and modified) based on the selection of most
usual body dimensions used for clothing size designation.
This document is intended to be used in conjunction with national, regional or international
regulations or agreements to ensure harmony in defining population groups and to allow comparison
of anthropometric data sets.

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This document specifies primary and secondary dimensions for specified types of garments to be used
in combination with ISO 8559-1 (anthropometric definitions for body measurement).
The primary aim of this document is to establish a size designation system that can be used by
manufacturers and retailers to indicate to consumers (in a simple, direct and meaningful manner) the
body dimensions of the person that the garment is intended to fit. Provided that the size of the person’s
body (as indicated by the specified dimensions) has been determined in accordance with ISO 8559-1,
this designation system will facilitate the choice of garments that fit. This information can be indicated
by labelling, etc.
The size designation system is based on body measurements, not garment measurements. The choice
of garment measurements is normally determined by the designer and the manufacturers who make
appropriate allowances to accommodate the type and position of wear, style, cut and fashion elements
of the garment.

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This document specifies a method for describing the functions and the method for evaluating the performance of the virtual garment pattern cutting and clothing simulation modules of digital fitting systems. This document is applicable to fashion designers and pattern technologists (makers) for generating virtual garment patterns, and testing them on a virtual fit mannequin (fit form).

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ISO 5971:2017 establishes a system for designating the sizes of tights.
The system is based on three criteria:
- identification of dimensions;
- description of the methods of determining size designations from survey data; and
- indication of size designations for garment labelling.
Examples of size designations are given in Annex B.

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This Technical Report has been written to help all users of EN 14682:2014 with the understanding of garment styling and the harmonized standard.
The document is in 'Question and Answer' format. All the garments mentioned are examples of frequently asked questions raised by the clothing industry or market surveillance authorities. The responses have been reviewed and agreed upon by CEN/TC 248/WG 20.

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This Technical Report has been written to help all users of EN 14682:2014 with the understanding of garment styling and the harmonized standard.
The document is in 'Question and Answer' format. All the garments mentioned are examples of frequently asked questions raised by the clothing industry or market surveillance authorities. The responses have been reviewed and agreed upon by CEN/TC 248/WG 20.

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This document describes the principles of the establishment of tables for body measurements, defines the categories of tables (related to intervals), and lists the population groups (infants, girls, boys, children, women, men) and sub-groups to be used for developing ready-to-wear garments. The body measurement tables and intervals are mainly used by the clothing sector to make the development of well-fitting products easier and more accurate. The described methodology is mainly based on the application of statistical analysis, using body dimension data. The statistical level has deliberately been kept to a low level in order for the content to be made readily comprehensible to the widest possible readership. This methodology is applicable to various sets of body dimensions. It can be useful to determine intervals for the size designation as described in ISO 8559-2. Values in the tables in this document are examples. Garment dimensions are not included in this document. It is necessary to use a general approach providing inbuilt flexibility, in order to keep the whole sizing system capable of adapting to changes (e.g. demographic criteria), because body shape and proportions for any one targeted population group differ significantly. NOTE ISO 15535 can be convenient for recording and organizing the population data.

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This document specifies a method of test for evaluating the appearance of apparel and other textile
end products after one or several domestic washing and drying treatments. The appearance evaluated
includes colour change, pilling, fuzzing, matting appearance of fabrics, smoothness appearance of
flat fabric and seams, and the retention of pressed-in creases in garments and other textile products,
damage of components – buttons, press fasteners, slide fasteners, etc.
This document is applicable to any washable textile end product of any fabric construction. Techniques
for seaming and creasing are not included since the purpose is to evaluate textile end products as
they are supplied from the manufacturer or as ready-to-use. Techniques for seaming and creasing are
controlled by fabric properties.
This method has been developed primarily for use with domestic washing machines of Type B as
defined in ISO 6330, but it can be used with any type of machine defined in ISO 6330.
It is recognized that prints and patterns can mask the wrinkled appearance present in textile end
products. The rating process is, however, based on the visual appearance of specimens including such
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This document specifies a method of test for evaluating the appearance of apparel and other textile end products after one or several domestic washing and drying treatments. The appearance evaluated includes colour change, pilling, fuzzing, matting appearance of fabrics, smoothness appearance of flat fabric and seams, and the retention of pressed-in creases in garments and other textile products, damage of components ? buttons, press fasteners, slide fasteners, etc.
This document is applicable to any washable textile end product of any fabric construction. Techniques for seaming and creasing are not included since the purpose is to evaluate textile end products as they are supplied from the manufacturer or as ready-to-use. Techniques for seaming and creasing are controlled by fabric properties.
This method has been developed primarily for use with domestic washing machines of Type B as defined in ISO 6330, but it can be used with any type of machine defined in ISO 6330.
It is recognized that prints and patterns can mask the wrinkled appearance present in textile end products. The rating process is, however, based on the visual appearance of specimens including such effects.

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ISO 18890:2018 defines the main measurement points and describes the method used to measure garment dimensions. Additional measurement points can be determined between interested parties.

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This document establishes tables for body measurements and intervals to be used for compiling standard garment
sizes for men, women, boys, girls and infants. Garment dimensions are not contained in this document.

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This European Standard describes a flexible sizing system based on body dimensions and the related size labelling information for consumers, by the use of a standard pictogram.
Examples of labelling clothing with the standard pictogram (see EN 13402 1) are given in Clause 5 in this document.
Examples of tables for body measurements and intervals are given in Annex A (informative) to be used for compiling garment sizes for men, women, boys, girls and infants.
Garment dimensions are not contained in this document.

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ISO 5971:2017 establishes a system for designating the sizes of tights. The system is based on three criteria: - identification of dimensions; - description of the methods of determining size designations from survey data; and - indication of size designations for garment labelling. Examples of size designations are given in Annex B.

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This document specifies primary and secondary dimensions for specified types of garments to be used
in combination with ISO 8559-1 (anthropometric definitions for body measurement).
The primary aim of this document is to establish a size designation system that can be used by
manufacturers and retailers to indicate to consumers (in a simple, direct and meaningful manner) the
body dimensions of the person that the garment is intended to fit. Provided that the size of the person’s
body (as indicated by the specified dimensions) has been determined in accordance with ISO 8559-1,
this designation system will facilitate the choice of garments that fit. This information can be indicated
by labelling, etc.
The size designation system is based on body measurements, not garment measurements. The choice
of garment measurements is normally determined by the designer and the manufacturers who make
appropriate allowances to accommodate the type and position of wear, style, cut and fashion elements
of the garment.

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ISO 8559-1:2017 provides a description of anthropometric measurements that can be used as a basis for the creation of physical and digital anthropometric databases. The list of measurements specified in this document is intended to serve as a guide for practitioners in the field of clothing who are required to apply their knowledge to select population market segments and to create size and shape profiles for the development of all garment types and their equivalent fit mannequins. The list provides a guide for how to take anthropometric measurements, as well as give information to clothing product development teams and fit mannequin manufacturers on the principles of measurement and their underlying anatomical and anthropometrical bases. Annex A describes the use of the pictogram (standardized and modified) based on the selection of most usual body dimensions used for clothing size designation. ISO 8559-1:2017 is intended to be used in conjunction with national, regional or international regulations or agreements to ensure harmony in defining population groups and to allow comparison of anthropometric data sets.

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ISO 8559-2:2017 specifies primary and secondary dimensions for specified types of garments to be used in combination with ISO 8559‑1 (anthropometric definitions for body measurement). The primary aim of this document is to establish a size designation system that can be used by manufacturers and retailers to indicate to consumers (in a simple, direct and meaningful manner) the body dimensions of the person that the garment is intended to fit. Provided that the size of the person's body (as indicated by the specified dimensions) has been determined in accordance with ISO 8559‑1, this designation system will facilitate the choice of garments that fit. This information can be indicated by labelling, etc. The size designation system is based on body measurements, not garment measurements. The choice of garment measurements is normally determined by the designer and the manufacturers who make appropriate allowances to accommodate the type and position of wear, style, cut and fashion elements of the garment.

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ISO 18825-1:2016 covers vocabulary and terminology used for the virtual human body in the virtual garment system used as a main tool in various fields of clothing application. It is applicable to all stages of online clothing communication and business, including design, manufacture, order, sales, distribution and customer management.

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ISO 18825-2:2016 defines the terms used to describe the virtual human body which is used in virtual garment systems. Specifically, virtual body landmarks and virtual body dimensions are described. It mainly deals with vocabulary and terminology of essential virtual body dimensions of the virtual torso, arm, leg, head, face, hands and bones and joints of virtual human body. Since there are many body landmarks on the head and hand, landmarks on these parts are defined separately from those on other parts of the body. It is intended for developers of virtual garment systems. Although ISO 18825-2:2016 does not aim at users of virtual human body in online communication, the improved reliability of virtual human body will benefit them.

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ISO 18831:2016 defines the attributes required to produce virtual garments, including virtual hats and virtual gloves using virtual garment software.

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ISO 18133:2016 defines the terms that are commonly used for the digital fitting system. The digital fitting system includes virtual fabric, virtual fabric properties, virtual garment pattern, virtual garment pattern properties, virtual sewing line, virtual garment, and virtual garment simulation of a virtual garment on a virtual human body model for fit assessment.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for cords and drawstrings on children's clothing, including disguise costumes and ski apparel, up to the age of 14 years.
Within the scope of this European Standard, it is not possible to cover all potential hazards that may create an unsafe garment.
Conversely, identifiable specific hazards in certain styles/design of garment might not present a risk for certain age groups.
It is recommended that an individual risk assessment be carried out on any garment in order to ensure that it does not present a hazard to the wearer
This European Standard does not apply to the following (see Annex C for rationale):
a)   child use and care articles, for example bibs, nappies and soother holders;
b)   shoes, boots and similar footwear;
c)   gloves, hats, bonnets and scarves;
d)   neckties designed to be worn with a shirt or blouse;
e)   belts, with the exception of tied belts which are within scope;
f)   braces;
g)   religious clothing;
h)   celebratory clothing such as that worn at civil or religious ceremonies, national or regional festivals provided this is worn for limited periods and under supervision;
i)   specialist sportswear and activity wear generally worn for limited periods and under supervision, for example rugby shorts, wet suits, and dancewear, except where those garments are commonly worn as day wear or night wear;
j)   theatrical costumes used for theatrical performances;
k)   aprons intended to be worn over day wear, for limited periods and under supervision, to protect clothing from soiling during activities such as painting, cooking, or during meal times;
l)   bags and purses.

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This Technical Report gives recommendations for the design and manufacture of safe children’s clothing in relation to mechanical hazards.
This Technical Report also gives recommendations on safety aspects of the packaging and display of children’s clothing, including guidance for retailers.
This Technical Report is applicable to clothing including bonnets, hats, gloves, scarves, socks and other clothing accessories intended for all children up to 14 years of age. It is suggested that dressing up clothes meet the recommendations of this technical report in addition to the requirements of EN 71.
This Technical Report is intended for use at all stages of the clothing supply chain, including use by designers, specifiers and manufacturers of children’s clothing. It is also intended to be used by importers, distributors and retailers to assist them in the selection of clothing that does not present a hazard.
This Technical Report is not applicable to:
a)   child care articles, such as bibs, nappies and soother holders, ;
b)   footwear, such as boots, shoes and slippers;
c)   toys and other items sold with the clothing,
as these articles are not within the scope of CEN TC 248
This Technical Report does not include recommendations on any clothing features that might be necessary to cater for children with special needs.

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This Technical Report gives recommendations for the design and manufacture of safe children’s clothing in relation to mechanical hazards.
This Technical Report also gives recommendations on safety aspects of the packaging and display of children’s clothing, including guidance for retailers.
This Technical Report is applicable to clothing including bonnets, hats, gloves, scarves, socks and other clothing accessories intended for all children up to 14 years of age. It is suggested that dressing up clothes meet the recommendations of this Technical Report in addition to the requirements of EN 71.
This Technical Report is intended for use at all stages of the clothing supply chain, including use by designers, specifiers and manufacturers of children’s clothing. It is also intended to be used by importers, distributors and retailers to assist them in the selection of clothing that does not present a hazard.
This Technical Report is not applicable to:
a)   child care articles, such as bibs, nappies and soother holders;
b)   footwear, such as boots, shoes and slippers; or
c)   toys and other items sold with the clothing;
as these articles are not within the scope of CEN/TC 248.
This Technical Report does not include recommendations on any clothing features that might be necessary to cater for children with special needs.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for cords and drawstrings on children's clothing, including disguise costumes and ski apparel, up to the age of 14 years.
Within the scope of this European Standard, it is not possible to cover all potential hazards that may create an unsafe garment.
Conversely, identifiable specific hazards in certain styles/design of garment might not present a risk for certain age groups.
It is recommended that an individual risk assessment be carried out on any garment in order to ensure that it does not present a hazard to the wearer
This European Standard does not apply to the following (see Annex C for rationale):
a)   child use and care articles, for example bibs, nappies and soother holders;
b)   shoes, boots and similar footwear;
c)   gloves, hats, bonnets and scarves;
d)   neckties designed to be worn with a shirt or blouse;
e)   belts, with the exception of tied belts which are within scope;
f)   braces;
g)   religious clothing;
h)   celebratory clothing such as that worn at civil or religious ceremonies, national or regional festivals provided this is worn for limited periods and under supervision;
i)   specialist sportswear and activity wear generally worn for limited periods and under supervision, for example rugby shorts, wet suits, and dancewear, except where those garments are commonly worn as day wear or night wear;
j)   theatrical costumes used for theatrical performances;
k)   aprons intended to be worn over day wear, for limited periods and under supervision, to protect clothing from soiling during activities such as painting, cooking, or during meal times;
l)   bags and purses.

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ISO 11092:2014 specifies methods for the measurement of the thermal resistance and water-vapour resistance, under steady-state conditions, of e.g. fabrics, films, coatings, foams and leather, including multilayer assemblies, for use in clothing, quilts, sleeping bags, upholstery and similar textile or textile-like products.
The application of this measurement technique is restricted to a maximum thermal resistance and water-vapour resistance which depend on the dimensions and construction of the apparatus used (e.g. 2 m2·K/W and 700 m2·Pa/W respectively, for the minimum specifications of the equipment referred to in ISO 11092:2014).

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EN-ISO 13935-2 specifies methods for the determination of seam maximum force of sewn seams when the force is applied perpendicularly to the seam. This part of ISO 13935 describes the method known as the grab test. The method is mainly applicable to woven textile fabrics, including fabrics which exhibit stretch characteristics imparted by the presence of an elastomeric fibre, mechanical or chemical treatment. It may be applicable to fabrics produced by other techniques. It is normally not applicable to geotextiles, nonwovens, coated fabrics, textile-glass woven fabrics and fabrics made from carbon fibres or polyolefin tape yarns (see Bibliography). The sewn fabrics may be obtained from previously sewn articles or may be prepared from fabric samples, as agreed by the parties interested in the results. This method is applicable to straight seams only and not to curved seams. The method is restricted to the use of constant rate of extension (CRE) testing machines.

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EN-ISO 13935-1 specifies a procedure to determine the seam maximum force of sewn seams when the force is applied perpendicularly to the seam. This part of ISO 13935 specifies the method known as the strip test. The method is mainly applicable to woven textile fabrics, including fabrics which exhibit stretch characteristics imparted by the presence of an elastomeric fibre, mechanical or chemical treatment . It can be applicable to fabrics produced by other techniques. It is not normally applicable to geotextiles, nonwovens, coated fabrics, textile-glass woven fabrics and fabrics made from carbon fibres or polyolefin tape yarns (see Bibliography). The sewn fabrics may be obtained from previously sewn articles or may be prepared from fabric samples, as agreed by the parties interested in the results. This method is applicable to straight seams only and not to curved seams. The method is restricted to the use of constant rate of extension (CRE) testing machines.

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ISO 13935-2:2014 specifies methods for the determination of seam maximum force of sewn seams when the force is applied perpendicularly to the seam. ISO 13935-2:2014 describes the method known as the grab test.
The method is mainly applicable to woven textile fabrics, including fabrics which exhibit stretch characteristics imparted by the presence of an elastomeric fibre, mechanical or chemical treatment. It may be applicable to fabrics produced by other techniques. It is not normally applicable to geotextiles, nonwovens, coated fabrics, textile-glass woven fabrics and fabrics made from carbon fibres or polyolefin tape yarns.
The sewn fabrics may be obtained from previously sewn articles or may be prepared from fabric samples, as agreed by the parties interested in the results.
This method is applicable to straight seams only and not to curved seams.
The method is restricted to the use of constant rate of extension (CRE) testing machines.

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ISO 13935-1:2014 specifies a procedure to determine the seam maximum force of sewn seams when the force is applied perpendicularly to the seam. ISO 13935-1:2014 specifies the method known as the strip test. The method is mainly applicable to woven textile fabrics, including fabrics which exhibit stretch characteristics imparted by the presence of an elastomeric fibre, mechanical or chemical treatment . It can be applicable to fabrics produced by other techniques. It is not normally applicable to geotextiles, nonwovens, coated fabrics, textile-glass woven fabrics and fabrics made from carbon fibres or polyolefin tape yarns (see Bibliography). The sewn fabrics may be obtained from previously sewn articles or may be prepared from fabric samples, as agreed by the parties interested in the results. This method is applicable to straight seams only and not to curved seams. The method is restricted to the use of constant rate of extension (CRE) testing machines.

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ISO 13935-2:2014 specifies methods for the determination of seam maximum force of sewn seams when the force is applied perpendicularly to the seam. ISO 13935-2:2014 describes the method known as the grab test. The method is mainly applicable to woven textile fabrics, including fabrics which exhibit stretch characteristics imparted by the presence of an elastomeric fibre, mechanical or chemical treatment. It may be applicable to fabrics produced by other techniques. It is not normally applicable to geotextiles, nonwovens, coated fabrics, textile-glass woven fabrics and fabrics made from carbon fibres or polyolefin tape yarns. The sewn fabrics may be obtained from previously sewn articles or may be prepared from fabric samples, as agreed by the parties interested in the results. This method is applicable to straight seams only and not to curved seams. The method is restricted to the use of constant rate of extension (CRE) testing machines.

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ISO 30023:2010
establishes a system of graphical symbols, intended for use in the marking of workwear articles and protective clothing providing information on the suitability for professional industrial laundering using ISO 15797, and
specifies the use of these symbols in qualifying garments as potentially suitable for industrial laundering .
The following professional industrial laundering treatments are covered: washing, bleaching, tunnel finishing and tumble drying after washing. Textile-care treatments in dry and wet cleaning are covered in ISO 3175.
ISO 30023:2010 applies to articles of workwear and protective clothing in the form in which they are supplied to the professional launderer.

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ISO 3759:2011 specifies a method for the preparation, marking and measuring of textile fabrics, garments and fabric assemblies for use in tests for assessing dimensional change after a specified treatment, e.g. washing, dry cleaning, soaking in water and steaming, following the procedures in ISO 3005, ISO 7771, ISO 6330, ISO 3175 or ISO 15797. ISO 3759:2011 is applicable to woven and knitted fabrics and made-up textile articles. The procedures are not applicable to certain upholstery coverings.

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ISO 3759:2011 specifies a method for the preparation, marking and measuring of textile fabrics, garments and fabric assemblies for use in tests for assessing dimensional change after a specified treatment, e.g. washing, dry cleaning, soaking in water and steaming, following the procedures in ISO 3005, ISO 7771, ISO 6330, ISO 3175 or ISO 15797. ISO 3759:2011 is applicable to woven and knitted fabrics and made-up textile articles. The procedures are not applicable to certain upholstery coverings.

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ISO 3759:2011 specifies a method for the preparation, marking and measuring of textile fabrics, garments and fabric assemblies for use in tests for assessing dimensional change after a specified treatment, e.g. washing, dry cleaning, soaking in water and steaming, following the procedures in ISO 3005, ISO 7771, ISO 6330, ISO 3175 or ISO 15797. ISO 3759:2011 is applicable to woven and knitted fabrics and made-up textile articles. The procedures are not applicable to certain upholstery coverings.

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This International Standard specifies methods for estimating the thermal characteristics (resistance to dry heat loss and evaporative heat loss) in steady-state conditions for a clothing ensemble based on values for known garments, ensembles and textiles. It examines the influence of body movement and air penetration on the thermal insulation and water vapour resistance.

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This Technical report specifies general characteristics of cosmetotextiles and describes their recommended properties. Five parts have been established as follows: - general aspects; - safety evaluation; - claimed effects; - care resistance; - labelling. These five characteristics are developed in Clause 4.

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This standard document is a Technical Report which specifies general characterization of cosmetotextiles and focuses on their recommended properties.
Five parts have been established as follows:
-   general aspects;
-   safety evaluation;
-   claimed effects;
-   care resistance;
-   labelling.
These five characteristics are developed in Clause 4.

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ISO 9920:2007 specifies methods for estimating the thermal characteristics (resistance to dry heat loss and evaporative heat loss) in steady-state conditions for a clothing ensemble based on values for known garments, ensembles and textiles. It examines the influence of body movement and air penetration on the thermal insulation and water vapour resistance. It does not deal with other effects of clothing, such as adsorption of water, buffering or tactile comfort, take into account the influence of rain and snow on the thermal characteristics, consider special protective clothing (water-cooled suits, ventilated suits, heated clothing), or deal with the separate insulation on different parts of the body and discomfort due to the asymmetry of a clothing ensemble.

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TC - Modifications brought to table in Annex C, 'A-Deviations' - Mother reference version (E)

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This European standard specifies requirements for the burning behaviour of children’s nightwear and nightwear fabrics intended for such garments when tested in accordance with EN 1103 but without the washing procedure.

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This European Standard specifies a method for the determination of the erythemally weighted ultraviolet (UV) radiation transmittance of standard conditioned apparel fabrics to assess their solar UV protective properties. This method is not suitable for fabrics which offer protection at a distance such as umbrellas, shade structures or artificial sources.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for marking of clothing which are designed to offer the wearer protection against solar ultraviolet radiation exposure.

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ISO 9920:2007 specifies methods for estimating the thermal characteristics (resistance to dry heat loss and evaporative heat loss) in steady-state conditions for a clothing ensemble based on values for known garments, ensembles and textiles. It examines the influence of body movement and air penetration on the thermal insulation and water vapour resistance. It does not deal with other effects of clothing, such as adsorption of water, buffering or tactile comfort, take into account the influence of rain and snow on the thermal characteristics, consider special protective clothing (water-cooled suits, ventilated suits, heated clothing), or deal with the separate insulation on different parts of the body and discomfort due to the asymmetry of a clothing ensemble.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the burning behaviour of children’s nightwear and nightwear fabrics intended for such garments when tested in accordance with EN 1103 but without the washing procedure.

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ISO 8559-2:2017 specifies primary and secondary dimensions for specified types of garments to be used in combination with ISO 8559‑1 (anthropometric definitions for body measurement).
The primary aim of this document is to establish a size designation system that can be used by manufacturers and retailers to indicate to consumers (in a simple, direct and meaningful manner) the body dimensions of the person that the garment is intended to fit. Provided that the size of the person's body (as indicated by the specified dimensions) has been determined in accordance with ISO 8559‑1, this designation system will facilitate the choice of garments that fit. This information can be indicated by labelling, etc.
The size designation system is based on body measurements, not garment measurements. The choice of garment measurements is normally determined by the designer and the manufacturers who make appropriate allowances to accommodate the type and position of wear, style, cut and fashion elements of the garment.

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The method described in this document complements
- EN 17394 2:2020, Textiles and textile products - Part 2: Safety of children's clothing - Security of attachment of buttons - Test method
- CEN/TS 17394 3:2021, Textiles and textile products - Part 3: Safety of children's clothing - Security of attachment of metal mechanically applied press fasteners - Test method
and is applicable to all other components including labels, badges, sequins, rhinestones, rivets, eyelets and non-metal press fasteners, which are too small to be gripped in test equipment jaws or their integrity is disrupted by gripping.
The performance requirements are provided in CEN/TS 17394 1:2021.
The method is an extremely aggressive wash method has been developed to assess if the components remain attached.
It is specifically applicable to clothing, where the detachment of these components might result in accidents to children.
This document does not apply to:
a)   child care articles;
b)   shoes, boots and similar footwear;
c)   toys (see NOTE 2);
d)   other articles sold with clothing.
NOTE 1   The above items are covered by other CEN Technical Committees and as such are out of the scope of this document.
NOTE 2   Disguise costumes including carnival costumes are examples of clothing which are also toys and fall within the scope of the Toy Safety Directive.

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This document provides requirements for security of attachment for clothing components that are considered as small parts such as buttons, press fasteners, rivets, sequins, diamantes (or pieces of these components) which fit entirely within the small parts cylinder without compression, for infants' clothing.
Release of these small components from clothing is considered to present hazards of choking, swallowing, ingestion, inhaling (aspiration) or insertion into eyes, nose or ears for infants. This age group is particularly vulnerable as they often do not have the language skills to convey the accident to their carers.
In older children and adults, incidents of accidental insertion or swallowing etc are significantly reduced, predominantly due to the ability of the child to remove the component themselves or to explain and obtain medical help.
This document does not apply to:
a)   child care articles;
b)   shoes, boots and similar footwear;
c)   toys (see NOTE 2);
d)   other articles sold with clothing.
NOTE 1   The above items are covered by other CEN Technical Committees and as such are out of the scope of this document.
NOTE 2   Disguise costumes including carnival costumes are examples of clothing which are also toys and fall within the scope of the Toy Safety Directive.

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