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Apparel Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

The apparel market around the world involves more than simply menswear, womenswear and childrenswear, though these reports cover those topics. The industry – and thus the reports in this grouping - involves such topics as: workwear, lingerie, baby products, and jewelry. Other topics such as apparel manufacturing, accessories, and luggage are also covered in depth. While not always traditionally considered apparel, reports are also provided on such sub-categories as handbags and purses and watches and clocks.

Styles can be vastly different around the world and in different regional segments, so these reports can be very helpful in understanding different market segments. What womens wear is acceptable and successfully marketed in the United States may not be the same as what is marketed successfully in Turkey or Malaysia. Reports are customized for individual countries to provide detailed information to assist market researchers in gathering the specific data needed.

Trends are always changing in fashion and apparel, and projections are made in such reports as 'U.S. Wearable Computing Technology 2015-2019 Forecast Update: April 2015.' Forecasts and projections are made for other sub-categories and other countries as well.

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Apparel Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Consumer Goods & Retailing: Global Baby Retailers

    ...number outlets, employees figures, address details and management information. Annual figures officially published by the retailers themselves is included in turnover. 2 sources provide reliable data we use these to make estimates, when official figures ... Read More

  • Consumer Goods & Retailing: Global Jewellery and Watches Retailers

    ...Including turnover data, outlet number outlets, employees figures, address details and management information. Annual figures officially published by the retailers themselves is included in turnover. 2 sources provide reliable data we use these to make ... Read More

  • Consumer Goods & Retailing: Global Footwear and Leather Retailers

    ...Including turnover data, outlet number outlets, employees figures, address details and management information. Annual figures officially published by the retailers themselves is included in turnover. 2 sources provide reliable data we use these to make ... Read More

  • Women's Clothing Manufacturing

    ...Corporation, Calvin Klein (owned by PVH), Kate Spade, Ralph Lauren, Hanesbrands, and Carter's (all based in the US), along with Delta Galil (Israel), Gerry Weber (Germany), Page Industries (India), and World Company (Japan). Global retail ... Read More

  • Designer Apparel and Footwear (Ready-To-Wear) in Brazil

    ...period of recession, Brazil, as one of the BRICs, started to record strong growth and thus attract investment from international companies, especially designer apparel and footwear players. New store openings were frequent, started by Hermès ... Read More

  • Luxury Leather Goods in Brazil

    ...of 6%. This can be attributed to current economic difficulties. Euromonitor International's Luxury Leather Goods in Brazil report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the Luxury Leather Goods market at a ... Read More

  • Luxury Leather Goods in Ukraine

    ...In particular, in 2016, backpacks were very popular to match with different apparel styles, and all the main bags designers have backpacks in different colours and designs in their collections. Bags designers also promoted the ... Read More

  • Luxury Goods in Brazil

    ...the future. This trend, however, did have an upside, with high-income consumers postponing or cancelling international trips and doing more of their luxury shopping locally. Another factor which helped to drive sales was retailers’ promotions ... Read More

  • Luxury Goods in Ukraine

    ...goods, which increased several times since 2013 due to strong currency devaluation, remained unaffordable for many consumers. People were therefore forced to focus on basic spending and limit the number of non-essential goods they bought ... Read More

  • Designer Apparel and Footwear (Ready-To-Wear) in Germany

    ...Both domestic consumers and international visitors contributed to this strong development and, in the case of the domestic consumers, this was mainly the result of the very favourable economic circumstances in Germany, which has resulted ... Read More

  • Designer Apparel and Footwear (Ready-To-Wear) in Ukraine

    ...and footwear. Luxury consumers decreased the number of designer apparel and footwear (ready-to-wear) purchases; however, they remained loyal to the brands they consider trendy and of good quality. At the same time, consumers became better ... Read More

  • Luxury Leather Goods in Germany

    ...durability of the products and the fact that they are usually used regularly over a period of many years, luxury leather goods remains a rather attractive category for entering the luxury goods market for the ... Read More

  • Wearable Electronics in Japan

    ...of retail volume. Smart wearables are also benefiting from a strong focus on design, with many newer models emulating the appearance of analogue watches so that business workers can wear these smartwatches at work without ... Read More

  • Luxury Goods in Germany

    ...seen in the rather young category of luxury portable consumer electronics, while the slowest growth was reported in the rather old-fashioned category of luxury writing instruments and stationery. Ultimately, the current value growth rate registered ... Read More

  • Designer Apparel and Footwear (Ready-To-Wear) in Spain

    ...national and international organisations have pointed out that the Spanish economy has recorded positive GDP growth of around 3% in 2016, which has supported sales within the category. However, the current political situation is eroding ... Read More

  • Luxury Leather Goods in Spain

    ...(INE) in July. Although high, this percentage represents an important recovery from the astronomic figures recorded over the review period. Luxury leather goods has recorded a fair performance in 2016 with current value growth of ... Read More

  • Designer Apparel and Footwear (Ready-To-Wear) in Switzerland

    ...2015 instigated “shopping tourism” on a large scale. A high number of Swiss consumers crossed over into neighbouring countries to shop, which according to Credit Suisse cost Swiss retail an estimated CHF11.0 billion in 2015. ... Read More

  • Luxury Leather Goods in Switzerland

    ...larger bags with enough space and with several pockets. This trend has created a new consumer group for designers and manufacturers. Leather bags targeted towards men come in a variety of styles and designs, and ... Read More

  • Global Technical Textiles Market 2016-2020

    ...lightness, reinforcement, resistance, strength, and others. Technical textiles are used in automotive, construction, sport and leisure, and water treatment industries. Technavio’s analysts forecast the global technical textiles market to grow at a CAGR of 4.04% ... Read More

  • India Gems and Jewelry Market By Product Type (Gold, Diamond in Gold, Silver, Gemstones, Diamond and Others), By Point of Sale, By Organized vs. Unorganized, Competition Forecast and Opportunities, 2011-2021

    ...with organized retail channels, increasing urbanization and development in the country, changing consumer lifestyle, innovative and premium product launches, and synchronized distribution networks are few of the factors driving gems and jewelry market in India. ... Read More

  • Footwear Manufacturing

    ...Wide (all based in the US), along with Adidas (Germany), Asics (Japan), TOD'S (Italy), and Yue Yuen (China), a subsidiary of Pou Chen (Taiwan). Worldwide, about $140 billion worth of footwear is exported annually, according ... Read More

  • Jewelry Stores

    ...as well as Tiffany; other industry leaders include the retail operations of Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group (China), Christ (Germany), and Richemont (Switzerland). Global jewelry sales from all channels are expected to grow at a ... Read More

  • Lingerie in Germany (2016) – Market Sizes

    ...direct to consumer. It excludes stockings and hosiery. Market value is at prices in retailers including sales tax. Market size for Lingerie in Germany is given in EUR with a minimum of five years' historical ... Read More

  • Leather Goods in Brazil (2016) – Market Sizes

    ...accessories, such as belts and gloves; and small items, such as purses, wallets and document holders. It concentrates on goods totally or partly made of leather, but does include products using imitation leather and alternative ... Read More

  • The Future of Bricks and Clicks in Personal Accessories - Part I: The Physical Store

    ...rising star, whereas traditional stalwarts, specialist retailers and department stores, struggle to regain identity and renewed purpose. This report pinpoints the key forces driving fundamental shifts in store-based retailing and analyses the focus areas and ... Read More

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