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4 Lessons Businesses Can Learn From Sustainable Apparel Brands

The fashion industry is known to be a huge contributor to waste, from the tons of textiles thrown into landfills to the toxic dyeing chemicals dumped in the ocean. In fact, Harvard Business School notes that 92 million tons of textile waste are generated by the fashion industry every year. As such, consumers have become more conscious…

RETHINKING MANUFACTURING CLOTHING DOMESTICALLY

Fashion For PRofit

The new demand for apparel to be produced domestically is great! But not as easy as it sounds. Sure, its sustainable in reducing carbine emissions and potentially it could support more new jobs. However, many years ago we chose to send most of our production offshore and happily enjoyed purchasing all those cheap clothing, which…

Current State of Play – Analysis of the Global Apparel Industry

FashionForProfit.com

Pandemic or not the changes were inevitable. The past year and a half have witnessed a continued accelerated shift in consumer behaviour to purchase more online sales. Due to the pandemic and empty malls, plus the continued working at home the consumers buying habits have accelerated to buying more online. The “fashion” trends continue to…

Sustainability & Give Back Has Becoming a Demand of Consumers – A Marketing & A Necessity

How sustainability and give back, in the fashion industry, has become a high demand for consumers. Learn about how fashion companies are switching to eco-friendly options and are marketing themselves as sustainable fashion producers.

That’s too Cheap! I’m Not Going to Buy it!

I don’t think this statement is usually something that is said or heard when clothing is purchased. However, with the changing times, and with the new demands for all things sustainable, social justice for workers, domestic production and on demand production for smaller orders the cost to produce a garment will increase. All these demands…

Buzzwords that Redefine the Modern Apparel Industry

Buzzwords that Redefine the Modern Apparel Industry

With the Millennials and Gen Z consumers’ ever-increasing awareness and sensitivity to address sustainability, social injustices, wearable technology and recycling to name a few affecting their buying power that is demanding change from traditional manufacturers and retailers. The new buzz words are a new recipe to consider when starting your own brand. It will be…