While MAGIC fashion trade show and all of the surrounding shows in Vegas from February 12-15, 2012 bring out some of the best in new fashion brands, buyers and trends, one aspect that has quickly caused a ripple effect actually came from Sourcing and the seminar “China, the Dragon in Transition: Sourcing From and Selling […]
How China’s Youth Culture May be America’s Best New Fashion Market -Excerpts and Data from Label Networks’ China Youth Culture Study
Label Networks’ 3rd China Youth Culture Study covering Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou reveals that despite the global economic downturn, the tables have turned as American fashion brands discover new market opportunities.
How China’s Youth Culture May be America’s Best New Fashion Market -Excerpts and Data from Label Networks’ 3rd Annual China Youth Culture Study 2009
In truth, for even the most localized trendsetting brands, it’s of vital important to know what’s taking shape among China’s youth culture as the ripple effects from the sheer heft of their size (despite the down economy) continue to shape global economics and opportunities.
Denim Trends in Purchasing Patterns Changing Size of Market Indicate Opportunities within Specific Demographics in Youth Culture for the Industry
In our Street Fashion Business Resource Report, Label Networks uncovers what’s going on in the changing denim marketplace, not only with brand preferences, but also spending patterns, key price points based on specific demographics, and new opportunities for price-point denim and premium denim.
Denim Style Trends for Summer Fall ’08 for Youth Culture Markets Differ from What Some Expect in the Industry as Different Influences Price Points Determine Directions
Trends in denim preferences for this summer and fall will be greatly affected by how denim brands re-define their meaning of “premium” and adjust price points that attract the greatest percentage of targeted buyers, and what young people consider fashionable moving into the new season.
Online Shopping Pattern Changes among American Youth Culture Reveal New Patterns, Opportunities, Insight on Where Things are Headed Next
Despite the shape of the economy today, shopping patterns online among 13-25-year-olds in North America are on the rise among specific demographics, as revealed in Label Networks upcoming Global Youth Culture Spring Study 2008, to be released next month. In this story, we concentrate on one segment from a series of questions about online preferences, habits, and purchasing patterns based on the question, “Compared with 6 months ago, how frequently are you shopping online?”