Join the movement! With the focus on fashion consumerism and the circular economy, Fashion for Good museum is […]
It may have been a long time coming, but Eco-fashion is no longer a hippie pipe dream. Biker […]
What does this mean for the fashion community? According to a report by Technopak, “in contrast to the increasingly aged populations […]
The future is in the hands of the consumers with a power shift away from the retailers. Shoppers […]
SALE! SALE! SALE! Fast fashion made in mass is at a COST to the retailer, industry, and the […]
Did you know as late as 1990, the United States apparel manufacturing industry employed nearly 939,000 people? In […]
The fashion industry—including retailers, manufacturers, designers and wholesalers—employs more than 1.8 million people in the United States. It […]
According to U.S. Congress JEC report, the U.S. apparel manufacturing industry currently runs a trade deficit. In 2014, […]
Did you know Wikipedia list over 75 countries that produce fashion events? Here’s a little context of how big the […]
FashionUnited brings you this insight into the fashion industry: A senior designer, sitting in a sunlit midtown office, […]
Selling to the “Majors” may not be all that profitable for certain brands. Major department stores [‘Majors’] use […]
Jeans, a global trend, sells approximately 6 billion pairs around the world every year. Sustainable denim manufacturing is […]
The states with the greatest number of fashion designers include: New York (7,190 fashion designers), California (5,750), Texas […]
This article from Euromonitor International looks at new consumer behavior towards a circular economy. The circular economy is one […]
The Trendstop team of FashionUnited brings you this exclusive insight into the consumer mindset. . .
The U.S. fashion industry has changed dramatically since the early part of the 20th century when its main […]
There are strong signs of a bright future for sectors of the fashion industry—primarily in design and high […]
Are diversity and difference recognized from a new generation from what was formerly known as the British Fashion Awards? The ceremony awards those for their contribution to the fashion industry.
From i-D, Anders Christian Madsen, tells us his perspective in his piece, 2016: the year the gvasalias conquered fashion:
We spend an enormous amount of money and energy to stage an event that creates excitement too far […]
EDGE brings you this feature on Fashion + Film: The New Frontier by Gabriel C. Salazar . . […]
Dubai – beyond its endless luxury shopping malls and over-the-top conspicuous consumption culture – is paying attention to creative emerging talent. Emerging local designers and international brands are making a go at tapping into this mega fashion retail capital. Dubai is building a fashion ecosystem, developing an infrastructure that not only supports the retail climate, but the creative community specific to fashion and design.
I love to wear both women’s and men’s clothes, and have met several like minded people who think the removal of gender labels on clothes would change the idea of dressing in general. – Brendan M Combs, designer.
Out of Africa comes an emerging fashion market which plays an important role in this global enterprise. This […]
Emerging fashion designers are all across the globe. Out of Africa come EDGE designers – emerging designers who’ve […]
The Spring |Summer 2015 Los Angeles Fashion Market was not just slow traffic but to some degree no […]
Opportunity knocks in Asia for those brave and progressive U.S. emerging designers [EDGE]. Do you have a global […]
There’s always a hunger for the next thing, a need to start a new movement. That’s true of […]
Chinese consumers hold foreign brands in high esteem. “In the 1950s and 1960s the world economy was transformed […]
From Businesswire.com: More Than $46 Billion in Apparel Enters Los Angeles as Imports Local Companies Capture More Than […]