From subtly puffy coats to padded jackets, designers continue to reference the classic American craft.
Source: Fashion Is Still Obsessed With Quilting, According to the Fall 2020 Runways – Fashionista
Fabric stores that sell threads, buttons and materials for making clothes are dwindling in San Diego, with owners shuttering their shops citing waning interest from customers.
Source: Home-sewn clothes are making a comeback. But is it too late for dying fabric stores? – Columbian.com
NEW YORK, United States — The menswear market is pirouetting toward an unlikely style for Spring 2020: the ballet flat. A flat shoe with a rounded toe, typified by minimal design in materials such as leather and suede, the ballet flat was a popular style — for women — in the mid-2000s.
Source: Are Ballet Flats the New Dad Sneakers?
Discover some of the top challenges faced by fashion brands and retailers in 2019, in this blog post from SiteVisibility. Read more here.
Source: The Top Challenges Facing Fashion Brands & Retailers in 2019
TORONTO, Canada — In a world where consumption is increasingly moving online, how should the performance of physical retail stores be measured? What metrics make sense in a retail landscape that is seeing double-digit, compounded growth in e-commerce, while brick and mortar stores struggle to eke out single-digit lifts?
Source: The Most Important Metric in Retail
What is sustainable fashion? Here is a simple guide, for both, consumers and brands. We adore fashion. We truly do. But, as much as we love fashion, we also love our mother nature, people, animals, and everything that this planet has to offer.
Source: What Is Sustainable Fashion? A Guide For Consumers And Brands
Do you own that Zara dress, that Realisation Par skirt, that other Zara dress? Because someone you know certainly does.
Source: Why Has The Zara Polka Dot Dress Gone Viral?