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Spring Summer trends to watch out for in 2021
Spring Summer trends to watch out for in 2021

‘Glocal’ and ‘Made in India’ are just few of the words which are significantly affecting people’s fashion behaviour amidst the new normal. Here are some major fashion trends for the upcoming spring...

The Sudden Growth Of Secondhand And The Online Resale Market
The Sudden Growth Of Secondhand And The Online Resale Market

In recent 2020 Resale Report, Thredup shared insights from contrasting consumer perspectives. The data confirmed two trends — the acceleration of online shopping (expanding the opportunities of...

Influencer Brands
Influencer Brands

Global volatility, from geopolitics to social instability, is the new normal. Companies in all industries need to adapt the way they manage their businesses in an ever-changing landscape. Agility and ...

Omni-channel fashion buying
Omni-channel fashion buying

The pandemic has ensured that people closeted at home have taken to more convenient and efficient ways of buying. And so, online and mobile or app-based stores are fast replacing traditional brick...

Setting a Budget for Your Wedding Dress
Setting a Budget for Your Wedding Dress

Most, if not all, brides-to-be dream about the kind of wedding dress they will wear on their special day. It is the hallmark of a woman leaving the comfort of home to be with the man she deems worthy ...

How Can Transparency Drive Sustainable Fashion?
How Can Transparency Drive Sustainable Fashion?

Transparency and traceability are considered the enabler of sustainability. Fashion Revolution in its report titled 'Fashion Transparency Index- 2020 edition', defined transparency as “the public...

How To Create A Wholesale Fashion Line Sheet
How To Create A Wholesale Fashion Line Sheet

As a fashion start-up, you may want to see your range stocked in major fashion chains. To pursue this goal, you will need two things: a professional approach, and something called a fashion line...

Necktie Issues – Despite Predictions Of Demise, The Tie Abides… Why?
Necktie Issues – Despite Predictions Of Demise, The Tie Abides… Why?

The necktie, as a symbol of looking snappy, has been remarkably resistant to change. Ties get broader and narrower; people wear them much longer or slightly shorter. Ties fashion also changes, all...

Who said Streetwear is dead
Who said Streetwear is dead

I enjoy analysing patterns of motivation, connecting the dots that will impact on new trends. Where are we coming from? Having the ability to track and analyse will prevent the next black swan...

Global is boring, retail goes local
Global is boring, retail goes local

I usually prefer to mention niche players success stories because writing about big players making the right moves is not big surprise. But, when you are an elephant, adapting to changes is not easy. ...

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Why do I ask if India can afford to miss the bus again? Because whether we like it or not, whether...
Posted by
Rahul Mehta
The focus in research and development (R&D) is now more and more set on new sustainable products...
Posted by
Fanny Vermandel
Imagine a cricketer, once an exciting player but now aged 45, having put on oodles of weight, too...
Posted by
Rahul Mehta
Indians are too enamoured of Hollywood. We can’t help it. We have been conditioned this way. The...
Posted by
Anurag Batra
It was not very long ago that people who shopped online in India were considered 'ahead of time'....
Posted by
Arun Sirdeshmukh
A few years later, the same process is now taking place in textile printing, and this has never...
Posted by
Gabi Seligsohn
Luxury is a lifestyle, and fashion is just a minuscule part of it. Businesswise-the most visible or ...
Posted by
Abhay Gupta
Effective quality management starts with a quality policy. Effectiveness is the extent to which...
Posted by
Pradip Mehta
Is your business ready for Textiles 4.0? Before you can say, 'Yes', 'No', 'May be' or 'I don't...
Posted by
Aseem Prakash
A recent PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) survey concluded that a majority of US companies are having...
Posted by
Bill D’Arienzo