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The Business Of Fashion by Leslie Davis Burns
The second edition of this authoritative text has been updated to provide the latest information on the organization and operation of the fashion industry. It traces the steps of fashion apparel,accessories, and home fashions from research through design, manufacturing, and marketing, all the way to the final sale to the consumer. It explains the industry's various components, emphasizing technological changes and global perspectives.
The Business Of Fashion by Leslie Davis Burns
Research-based content provides insight on the organization and operation of textiles, apparel, accesories and home fahion companies, as well as the effect of technological, organizational and global changes on every area of the business.
The Business Of Fashion Modeling by Tondaleya Shamley
The Anatomy Of Fashion by Colin McDowell
Why do we dress the way we do? How has fashion changed and evolved over the centuries? How did the 3-piece suit come about? Why have hemlines risen and fallen over time? In The Anatomy of Fashion, respected fashion commentator Colin McDowell goes beyond standard fashion histories and narrative surveys to answer these questions and many more. The book's unique structure takes the reader from head to toe in sections such as `The Body Unclothed,? `Materials and Texture,? `Head to Waist,? `Hips to Feet,? `Looks and Themes in Dress,? and more. Visually rich, with over 500 photographs, illustrations, paintings, and film stills, the book includes work by designers and labels such as Ralph Lauren, Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen, Versace, Carhartt, Diesel and more. The book's dynamic structure and layout are equally suited for browsing and for serious reference, but The Anatomy of Fashion is not simply a picture book. It is a sourcebook by one of the world's leading fashion scholars that seeks nothing less than a thorough analysis of the roots of every aspect of fashion today.
The Fundamentals Of Fashion Management by Susan Dillon
The Fundamentals of Fashion Management provides a guide to how the fashion industry works, examining the processes, roles and objectives that make up this multifaceted industry.
Gucci by Paola Trimarco
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Marketing Fashion Footwear by Tamsin McLaren
Marketing Fashion Footwear addresses the strategic issues surrounding the marketing and distribution of footwear, including brand identity, consumer behavior, production and manufacturing, and the impact of globalization and regional trends. Detailed case studies explore the evolving retail and e-tail landscape while industry perspective interviews focus on the issues faced by designers, brands and retailers. You'll also learn the critical success factors for brand longevity, the scope of marketing communications, and the channels used to reach key opinion leaders and consumers. Beautifully illustrated with examples from some of the world's most influential footwear designers and retailers, this is the ultimate guide to a multi-billion dollar industry. Featured contributors: Margaret Briffa, Briffa Marc Debieux, Cheaney & Sons Jason Fulton, This Memento Marc Goodman, Giancarlo Ricci Simon Jobson, Dr. Martens Tracey Neuls Tricia Salcido, Soft Star Shoes John Saunders, British Footwear Association Joanne Stoker Mary Stuart, mo Brog
Fashionopolis by Dana Thomas
An investigation into the damage wrought by the colossal clothing industry and the grassroots, high-tech, international movement fighting to reform it What should I wear? It’s one of the fundamental questions we ask ourselves every day. More than ever, we are told it should be something new. Today, the clothing industry churns out 80 billion garments a year and employs every sixth person on Earth. Historically, the apparel trade has exploited labor, the environment, and intellectual property—and in the last three decades, with the simultaneous unfurling of fast fashion, globalization, and the tech revolution, those abuses have multiplied exponentially, primarily out of view. We are in dire need of an entirely new human-scale model. Bestselling journalist Dana Thomas has traveled the globe to discover the visionary designers and companies who are propelling the industry toward that more positive future by reclaiming traditional craft and launching cutting-edge sustainable technologies to produce better fashion. In Fashionopolis, Thomas sees renewal in a host of developments, including printing 3-D clothes, clean denim processing, smart manufacturing, hyperlocalism, fabric recycling—even lab-grown materials. From small-town makers and Silicon Valley whizzes to such household names as Stella McCartney, Levi’s, and Rent the Runway, Thomas highlights the companies big and small that are leading the crusade. We all have been casual about our clothes. It's time to get dressed with intention. Fashionopolis is the first comprehensive look at how to start.