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    The first thing people think about when the subject of sustainability in the fashion industry is brought up is what kind of materials their clothes are made of and which textiles they should be buying in order to create the least amount of waste in the environment, but there is more to sustainability than just that. Sustainability in fashion has less to do with what you buy as it does who you buy from. Businesses who model sustainability and incorporate the environment into not only their…

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    The year was 1434 and fashion just began to bloom just like the new spring season; new styles, new colors, and some brand new artists. Going through the years, many unspoken rules were in place for people to follow. You had to walk, talk, eat, and even stand a certain way because it was the proper thing to do. Women alike took to fashion to be able to express themselves without using words; to make their statements standout and last longer than a Hollywood star on the walk of fame. Women would…

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    YG Case Study: Brand Yg

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    1. Brand YG taking over Z2 and the reasons for the takeover? Company X produces luxury fashion brand – YG - The Y generation. The brand is hugely successful in the UAE and GCC market with a market share of 30% in the medium fashion brand market. The Brand is solely owned by a family business in Dubai. The brand was established in 1995 and was hugely successful during the financial crisis period, as customers preferred the ‘not so expensive brands’ during the crisis period. The brand’s market…

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    other stores by creating a passionate connection. We going to create a different perceptive of the fashion industry by listening to customer what type of clothing making them feel good, we going to build a relationship with our customer. Flawless Diva Chic is changes the fashion industry by offering beautiful at sexy for our thick and plus size girl and women. Founder Kellisha Roberts, has design 5 fashion clothing in order to start her business. The portfolio of design features active wear,…

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    Nell Vyse The Pedlar

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    comrades. It was to Vyse’s chagrin that her much needed presence at the studio was temporarily deferred. This hiatus was a temporary five day wonder, and Nell as enthusiastic returned to her studio duties, of which her wood ash glaze experiments were fast becoming of major importance to both the…

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    themselves, their new fashion sense, and the way they were viewed were completely changing. From the famous ‘flapper’ to common everyday women, these changes were increasing in society. Along with the nickname “Roaring Twenties”, there is another famous name to this century: “The Jazz Age”. All the changes that were occurring were “a way of making meaning of human experience” (Women in the Arts and Literature). American business’ were at an all-time high, from movies to magazines,…

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    stainless steel. The collection includes over 100 designs for men and women along with new unisex designs. We are now known worldwide for providing a wide collection of fashion forward eyewear designs together with a price for the value conscious customer. Coach Coach is a premium New York designer of contemporary high-end fashion accessories and lifestyle collections that include men's and women's bags as well as small leather products for men and women. Coach is a worldwide leader in luxury…

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    Case Analysis Of H & M

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    H&M Hennes and Mauritz AB is a multinational clothing-retail Swedish company founded by Erling Persson in 1947, it is known for fast-fashion clothing for children, teenagers, women and men. H&M’s collection include accessories, cosmetics and footwear. Recently they have developed an interior design collection. The brand operates in 62 countries with over 4,000 stores, outsources production to a network of 800 suppliers; 60% of the production takes place in Asia, the rest in Europe, and there are…

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    may not have had to rough of a childhood but he worked hard to create classic looks. Hubert and I seem to be very like mined by the fast we want to make women beautiful. He made simple designs in to classic pieces of art. I don't think any one could say it better then him, "I'm not preaching how to dress,...I just see that things are different. It hurts me because fashion is such a beautiful thing. One can do so many things to make a woman even more beautiful." This is the mind set I would like…

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    companies globally; one of creativity and style. The company is one which believes that it should offer to its customers fashion and quality at the best price. The aim of this report is to assess H&M’s company organizational culture as well as the core competencies and capabilities of the company; and how it has used these to attain the position at which it is at today in the fashion and apparel industry. The report also provides in depth analysis on how H&M has used its capabilities to grow its…

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