Online shopping continues an upward trend in Australia but the majority of shoppers ditch their cart at the online checkout, according to surprising new data from SAP. Research into stock availability, price comparisons and wish-list browsing keep many Aussies clicking, however 90% of all customers still prefer human contact.
International management consultancy Simon-Kucher & Partners is now also represented in Hamburg and Stockholm
Simon-Kucher & Partners is a global consulting firm specializing in TopLine Power®, which encompasses strategy, marketing, pricing, and sales. Their clients are leading companies from a broad range of industries including fashion.
As of early January 2016, Pitti Immagine is expanding its field of action and investing even more tangibly in its role as a promoter of young talents in contemporary fashion. It has set up a new Tutorship Management Team, dedicated exclusively to helping, accompanying and managing designers in their business and professional careers.
Made-to-order is a production approach where items are not manufactured until a confirmed order is received. This means that retailers can order garments through the whole year depending on the demand of the customers and the manufacturers should be able to react and produce the clothes in two-three weeks.
The Made To Order system will help fashion industry to get out of the crisis and will restore many work positions in European factories.
During 2013 the three piece suit (jacket, vest and trousers) is a top trend for the men's wardrobe.
Channing Tatum, Tom Cruise, Bradley Cooper and Justin Timberlake are some of the celebrities who were wearing this type of suits on the Red carpet's events.
The Men's Fashion Cluster is looking for young and approved designers from all over the world to take part in its contest Men's Style and send their ideas for the 'Men's suit - modern and practical'.
Why should you participate? What are the benefits for winners?
Italian fashion brand Gucci created the first three-dimensional sunglasses, reported FashionTime.
Gucci's fashion gurus are taking 3D eyewear to the next level with these retro-80s 3D glasses, shaped like aviators, made from black plastic, but offer "optically correct 6-base curved lenses with circular polarized technology".