Taking a look back at 4 years of consumer data regarding H&M from Germany, the UK, France, Italy, Spain, and the United States, the “H&M Profile Report 2008” delivers insight into how this fast-fashion retailer captures the marketplace. Key resource for anyone hoping to move global yet maintain cred in niche markets.
H&M’s Path of Intercontinental Domination: European American Youth Markets Preferences for the Store/Brand Make H&M the Company to Watch
Colette X The Gap: The Cool Concept Store from Paris to Open Pop-up Shop with The Gap in Downtown Manhattan
In an odd collaboration, colette, the uber-cool concept store in Paris that is always among the first to offer up limited-edition accessories, apparel, jewelry, hats, music, etc. is teaming up with The Gap in Manhattan to create a pop-up shop from September 6 through October 5th
SneakPeakInside Label Networks’ Presentation”Global Youth Street Culture Fashion Trends” at MAGIC February 13 14th -Topic: What to Expect on the State of Retail Youth Culture Markets
One of the most important sections of Label Networks presentation, “Global Youth Street Culture Fashion Trends” taking place in the South Hall at MAGIC International Fashion Trade Show February 13 and 14 in Las Vegas, is the section within our presentation about what’s going on with the state of retail. Given the difficult economic climate, when it comes to retail and reaching global youth culture, many mass retailers have expanded outside of their usual territory, while smaller boutiques, in particular web boutiques have found strong niche consumer bases that are effectively reaching the marketplace, and in effect changing up the business of fashion.
Tokyo’s Top Retailers, Harajuku La Foret Shibuya 109 Get Overhauled with New Online Avatar Features, Additional Boutique-Label Networks’ Japan Data Reveals Favorite Retail among Youth Culture Where Changes Could Capture Marketshare
The prime locations for seeing the top designs of Harajuku Girl street fashion are obviously in Harajuku, an area of Tokyo between Shinjuku and Shibuya, and can be seen the minute you step out onto the train platform at Harajuku Station on your way to Takeshitadori -a narrow street packed with young people buying up various kinds of apparel, footwear, and accessories.
Japan’s Retail Warrior Uniqlo Steps-up Its Digital Shopping Integration on Its Way to Becoming”The New Gap but Different” -Label Networks Profile Data on the Store/Retailer Quantifies How Success Came to Be
It’s not unusual that the highly popular store and brand Uniqlo, originally out of Japan and now quickly taking over key cities as most-liked shopping destination among 13-30-year-olds in North America, would work fast in creating a digital lifestyle and shopping experience for the brand overall.
Europe Japan’s Fast-Fashion Invasion is Redefining American Retail; Label Networks Delivers Data the Scoop on H&M, Uniqlo, Target, American Apparel, Forever 21, Others
Fast-fashion retail, also known as disposable fashion, is a concept that many believe originally came from Japan -the land of fast-shoppers and the fastest-changing trends. What it means is when a retailer can provide stylish clothing that’s completely trendy, delivered to the consumer fast and at relatively inexpensive prices, then change up their entire inventory, with fresh new styles within the timeframe of about 2 weeks.
Expansion Revamp of Young Men’s Retail Shibuya 109-2 for the Onii-Kei Guy Indicates Growing Market for Rocker Looks Importance of Street Fashion -Label Networks’ Japan Data Reveals Top Stores for Young Men
Often what takes place in major Japanese retailers is an indication of where things are changing and how U.S. retailers may need to react in the future. With the expansion and revamp now of the popular Shibuya-2 store for young men, two whole new floors have been revamped to offer up high-end street fashion styles for the growing marketplace of rock-inspired men’s styles.
X/Y Tribes in the House: How Entertainment Venues, Runway Shows, Retail Spaces Need to Address the Importance of Attracting Today’s Youth Culture Markets
Entertainment venues, like any other industry trying to be relevant by 2010, need to address the importance of attracting youth culture markets, namely 13-25-year-olds.