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  • 6th Sep 2012
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Baring all: the rise & reveal of the midriff

Hemlines, trouser shapes and sleeve lengths change seasonally, but it takes a little longer for the exposure of a previously covered area to be adopted by the mainstream.  Backless, hipster and plunge find themselves returning to trend far less frequently than easier to wear shapes. But there’s one reveal which has made it to rapid […]

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  • 28th Aug 2012
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Trend denim: what's selling right now

The women’s denim industry means big business: in February, yearly sales were up in the UK by 4.9% to £710.2 million*, with a 9.5% increase in online sales. With cotton prices pushing up the retail cost of denim garments, and their highly durable (and therefore not as seasonally-replaced) nature means denim retailers have to fight […]

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  • 6th Aug 2012
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Fancy footwork: are flatforms still on form?

They were the trend that was sniffed at, mocked and ridiculed by fashion press: they weren’t supposed to stick around. Prada‘s lurid brogue flatforms were an instant hit with bloggers following the SS11 shows and a flurry of lookalikes hit stores, combining brothel creeper styling, brogue detailing and platform soles.  They were the kooky hit of […]

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  • 1st Aug 2012
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Going for gold: fashion’s Olympic performance

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll have noticed that the 2012 Olympic games are finally underway in London. Eyeballs around the globe are on the sporting event; Danny Boyle’s lavish opening ceremony was watched by 27 million viewers in the UK alone. The build-up hype hasn’t just been mounting in the host nation, […]

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  • 25th Jun 2012
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Just how influential are trends?

Blogs, street style, emerging art movements and rapidly changing music genres: with the myriad of real-time references influencing fashion today, do mainstream trends really still exist? Or is each brand/retailer able to identify and cater for the demands of their own unique customer base? We looked at data on last month’s ‘Top Movers’ (as defined […]

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  • 1st Jun 2012
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SS12's colour palette: how is it selling?

Each season, every garment from the runways of New York, London, Milan and Paris passes through our colour detection system. From this we generate a colour wheel showing colours that designers unanimously agree will be the new season’s shades, and which colours will be picked up by retailers. We don’t do ‘predictions’ and don’t believe […]

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