industry

Get “in the know” about the ins and outs of the fashion industry as a whole. Learn about everything from design to production and sales.

  • Jessica Loren
    Published 2 days ago
    Luxury apparel packaging showing impressive market result in the start of 2020

    Luxury apparel packaging showing impressive market result in the start of 2020

    When we are talking about the role of luxury apparel boxes in the development and growth of the fashion industry, we can talk about their impact. These boxes are exclusively designed in a way that they are attractive and aesthetic. This makes them more suitable for catching the eye of the customer and making an impression on them. These boxes are used by firms to ensure that they get the best results for their brand and can easily gain the attention of the market. These boxes have many different uses and designs that make them more versatile and effective.
  • VINCENTE
    Published 9 days ago
    The Sustainability Series

    The Sustainability Series

    "It takes around 7,500 litres of water to make a single pair of jeans, equivalent to the amount of water the average person drinks over a period of seven years."
  • Joseph Fu
    Published 15 days ago
    The Leathers We Use

    The Leathers We Use

    Humankind has been using leather since ancient times, the oldest known instance belonging to approximately 5000 B.C.E., when archaeologists uncovered wall paintings and artifacts such as clothing, sandals, gloves and military equipment being constructed out of leather.
  • Lena Hemsworth
    Published about a month ago
    Adapt with the Times - Developing Your Fashion Business the Right Way

    Adapt with the Times - Developing Your Fashion Business the Right Way

    Every famous brand has its origin story. A brand that is today known all over the world probably started as a small business developed in the owner's home or garage.
  • Heather Clark
    Published 2 months ago
    5 Facts About the Fashion Industry They Don't Want You to Know

    5 Facts About the Fashion Industry They Don't Want You to Know

    What is a secret that the fashion industry has notoriously tried to push under the rug for years and years?
  • Mollie White
    Published 2 months ago
    Consider These Points to Find the Best Commercial Road Wholesalers out There

    Consider These Points to Find the Best Commercial Road Wholesalers out There

    These days, online visibility is regarded as an effective way to increase sales, consumer attention, and brand awareness. Numerous clothing stores are aware of this, and so a huge number of them have developed online sites to promote their products to a larger audience. This created quite a high competition level. Thus, if you are hoping to open an online clothing shop, searching for a trustworthy source among the many Commercial Road wholesalers should be your top priority.
  • Trish Gilmore
    Published 2 months ago
    How Your Style Can Help the Planet—No Matter Your Body Type

    How Your Style Can Help the Planet—No Matter Your Body Type

    In our current climate, both literally and financially, many consumers are re-evaluating their spending habits, especially when it comes to fashion. The fast fashion industry is not only one of the most wasteful—it also produces a great deal of pollution, and often relies on unethical labor practices.
  • Talia Green
    Published 2 months ago
    How Your Clothes Are Really Made (And What You Can Do About It)

    How Your Clothes Are Really Made (And What You Can Do About It)

    I’ve always had an eye for fashion. Ever since I was young, the “closet world” has been my comfortable place—Choosing the hottest combinations from my mom’s “grown up” drawers, playing dress-up in her new designer boots, window shopping and craving that five-kajillion-dollar jacket for no reason other than it was cool as hell.
  • Anti Clvtch
    Published 2 months ago
    Patches Have Finally Released!!!

    Patches Have Finally Released!!!

    Well, where do I even begin? It has been a very long and hard process to get those patches you are seeing in the picture in my hand and out to all the people. The process is finally done and now it's time to just sit back and market the patches here and there—and sell the patches.
  • Melanie Ernestina
    Published 4 months ago
    Forget #CAMP of the Met Gala...

    Forget #CAMP of the Met Gala...

    While we are all tripping over ourselves with a moderately disappointing Met Gala Ball hosted by the esteemed Anna Wintour each year, other gala's of fashion are worth the attention, too. Don't get me wrong, I live for the Met event every year and I am always most fascinated with who is ACTUALLY ON THEME and what amazing looks they come up with. But this isn't the only high fashion event that deserves our attention. Award show red carpets have lost their thrill and since the passing of Joan Rivers on the counsel of Fashion Police, I just haven't been too invested.
  • Valarie Sarafian
    Published 4 months ago
    Cultural Appropriation?

    Cultural Appropriation?

    Hey lovelies, here's a topic that needs to be discussed; cultural appropriation. What is cultural appropriation? When does it happen? Why does it happen? Well here is a simple answer to those simple questions—some people are just unoriginal. There is another side when it comes to cultural appropriation, the part where there is miscommunication involved. In fashion we see a lot of cultural appropriation going on, for example girls wearing headdresses to events like Coachella, but what does this symbolize other than free spirits… cultural appropriation. In mass media, there have been many stereotypes made, for example, African Americans wearing tribal clothing, or Japanese wearing their traditional kimonos. However that is not the case, fashion has evolved, and so has the use of cultural appropriation. Fashion in different cultures has been stereotyped through mass media. It tends to give us a misunderstanding of what one wears when it comes to their own cultural and traditional recognition. There has been a limited worldview opinion on how a simple fashion statement could lead to cultural appropriation. However attitudes are changing in the fashion community, many are realizing that it’s not okay to copy someone's traditional clothing. When newcomers arrive in Canada or America, they don’t know about the type of clothes they have to wear in order to fit in. For example, an Indian woman would end up wearing their typical salwar kameez or sari rather than jeans and a typical t-shirt. This could lead to an act of mocking, because Canadians are not used to seeing people wear a sari. Mass media promotes cultural appropriation through movies, television shows, commercials, ads, etc...
  • Whitney Alese
    Published 4 months ago
    Mass School Shooting, but Make It Fashion

    Mass School Shooting, but Make It Fashion

    This year's New York Fashion Week was mostly a peaceful parade of beautiful and interesting clothes. Mostly.