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Fashion Forecasting by Kathryn McKelvey
Everyone in the fashion business needs to develop an essential survival skill: how to interpret the intelligence provided by the fashion forecasting industry, to anticipate and respond to emerging trends. Lavishly illustrated in full colour throughout, with clear and relevant explanations of the processes involved, Fashion Forecasting is for fashion students and young professionals who already have acquired some fashion knowledge and skills. The authors interviewed the key players within this exciting industry and provide here fascinating insights into the dynamic contemporary fashion forecasting world and the varied creative roles within it - from intelligence gatherers to project consultants. The book covers how a trend is sourced, anticipated and developed, and also explores the interaction with marketing and brand development.
Fashion Trend Forecasting by Gwyneth Holland
An understanding of trends is a fundamental skill for anyone working in the fashion industry. In this book Gwyneth Holland and Rae Jones look at how to produce a well-researched trend, from initial inspiration to concrete idea and, eventually, real product. Illustrated throughout with insights from practicing trend forecasters and industry insiders, it is an invaluable guide for fashion students and practitioners alike.
Fashion Forecasting by Akhil J K
Now, Fashion is at its peak. Fashion always changes; the forecasting methods are varying and developing fast through the ever widening network of post-modern media. But, the basics remain the same. This book is aimed at giving the basic ideas and methods in Fashion Forecasting to the new comers and aspirants.
Fashion Forecasting by Evelyn L. Brannon
With real life industry examples and case studies, this text provides students with the knowledge and practices used by professionals to forecast fashion trends.
Fashion Forecasting by JK. Akhil
Now, Fashion is at its peak. Fashion always changes; the forecasting methods are varying and developing fast through the ever widening network of post-modern media. But, the basics remain the same. This book is aimed at giving the basic ideas and methods in Fashion Forecasting to the new comers and aspirants. Athan akhil is an Apparel Engineer from India. He has worked with leading industries and has more than 10 years of teaching expertise in the Fashion Industry. This book is part of Fashion Technology Series which he is writing. Akhil aims to get on to the world and share his knowledge.
Fashion Forecasting In India by Dr. Satyaki Roy
Fashion forecasters combine the views emerging about color and fabric from the early yarn and fabric trade shows with their socio-economic and cultural analysis. Major trends in lifestyles, attitude and culture in particular music, sport, cinema and television are used to predict changing consumer demands. Fashion forecasting involves the following activities such as studying market conditions, noting the life style of the people, researching sales statistics, evaluating popular designer collections, surveying fashion publications, observing street fashions etc.
Intelligent Fashion Forecasting Systems Models And Applications by Tsan-Ming Choi
Forecasting is a crucial function for companies in the fashion industry, but for many real-life forecasting applications in the, the data patterns are notorious for being highly volatile and it is very difficult, if not impossible, to analytically learn about the underlying patterns. As a result, many traditional methods (such as pure statistical models) will fail to make a sound prediction. Over the past decade, advances in artificial intelligence and computing technologies have provided an alternative way of generating precise and accurate forecasting results for fashion businesses. Despite being an important and timely topic, there is currently an absence of a comprehensive reference source that provides up-to-date theoretical and applied research findings on the subject of intelligent fashion forecasting systems. This three-part handbook fulfills this need and covers materials ranging from introductory studies and technical reviews, theoretical modeling research, to intelligent fashion forecasting applications and analysis. This book is suitable for academic researchers, graduate students, senior undergraduate students and practitioners who are interested in the latest research on fashion forecasting.
Fashion Forecasting by Lorynn Divita
"It's a great, strong read. Lots of information if you don't have background knowledge of this topic." Carmen Carter, El Centro College, USA "The text is a thorough view of fashion forecasting that helps students understand this segment of the industry as well as identify the steps and skills required to pursue a career as a fashion forecaster." Amy Harden, Ball State University, USA Learn how to anticipate emerging trends and how to prepare and present your own fashion forecast. Three new chapters on fashion eras, world cultures, and subcultures show you influences on fashion innovation yesterday and today, so that you can spot those of tomorrow. New Influencer profiles focus on trend creators, rather than trend popularizers, to show you how to find key people from many creative fields who shape popular fashion. A new appendix covers how to create a fashion forecast and a streamlined chapter organization is concise without sacrificing depth. Includes 125 color illustrations.
Fashion Forecasting by Rita Perna
Looks at the forces that shape the fashion industry, describes different kinds of clothing stores, and discusses ads, window displays, and promotion
Fashion Forecasting by Evelyn L. Brannon
A textbook for fashion professionals interested in improving forecasting abilities. This book combines the theories of fashion changes with the process of organizing and analyzing the information for presenting and implementing the forecast. It integrates traditional and electronic approaches to the process of forecasting at each stage of research, organization, analysis, interpretation and presentation. New to this edition: An 8 page four color insert that demonstrates important theories in fashion forecasting. New Career studies and profiles of fashion professionals. Methods explaining how to prepare a forecasting portfolio. Updated illustrations and discussion questions.