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  • 12th Sep 2013
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New York Fashion Week SS14: The digital review

With the first week of SS14 shows drawing to a close, we’ve looked to our commercial and consumer data to understand which trends will mean big business for the industry next season. Oozing functional luxury, no huge new statements emerged, but we mustn’t forget it’s still a fragile climate for the industry.…

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  • 11th Sep 2013
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Trend Progress Check: Leopard Print

If you follow fashion you won’t have failed to notice the swathes of leopard print products sweeping the market, most noticeably in the last 6 months. Segments of the press are seemingly surprised at the polarising print’s popularity, perhaps lulled into a sense of security via the mild mannered stripes and florals dominating the market in recent seasons.…

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  • 4th Jul 2013
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From the tradeshow floor: Pitti Filati AW14/15

This week EDITD’s analysts are travelling to Europe’s largest tradeshows, keeping tabs on industry innovations and brand developments. First stop is the knit and yarn show, Pitti Filati, in Florence. Here, we reveal the trends with most commercial promise for Fall 2014.

1. Fuzzy Logic

Texture was a big deal at this year’s Pitti.…

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  • 27th Jun 2013
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Bombers & baseball: the urban mega-trend

Streetwear has recently broken out from urban subculture to become a mainstream segment across the market in North America, Europe and Asia. In the last 12 months, we’ve seen retailers expand their sports and casual wear lines, both of which draw influence from the urban and street scenes. H&M are even launching standalone sportswear stores.…

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  • 21st Jun 2013
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Practical clothing: the menswear lifestyle trend

Earlier in the week, we discussed the surge in interest in menswear (with the UK getting an extra push from London Collections: Men) and how that’s given rise to a series of designer-retailer collaborations. We evidenced that the mainstream menswear consumer is more fashion aware than ever before.

Even so, not every style-conscious male wants to “suit-up”.…

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  • 5th Jun 2013
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Footwear trends: Now & on the horizon

The footwear industry has shifted. For so long, it was a two horse race between mass and designer markets, with little in between. However, in the last couple of years, a middle market has successfully broken into consumer awareness and in doing so has shaken up the entire market.

Recent news from the footwear market includes Kurt Geiger’s first quarter double digit e-commerce growth.…

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