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Global Apparel Markets: Business Update, 2019 - Part 2

  • ID: 4791800
  • Report
  • July 2019
  • Region: Global
  • 26 Pages
  • Textiles Intelligence Ltd.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Archroma
  • Gap
  • Jabong
  • Lululemon Athletica
  • Net-a-Porter
  • Selfridges
  • MORE

This report provides information, analysis and valuable insight into developments relating to the global apparel industry in the following categories: corporate social responsibility (CSR); corporate strategy; environmental sustainability; events; joint ventures, cooperation, licensing and distribution; luxury fashion store openings; market forecasts; markets; and new facilities.

Companies, other organisations, brands and events featured in this report include: Archroma, Asos, the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI), Elevate Textiles, Gap, H&M, Harrods, Jabong, JD.com, Lenzing, Lululemon Athletica, Mr Porter, Myntra, Net-a-Porter, Prym Fashion, PVH, Selfridges, SMCP, Texprocess, Textile and Fashion Federation (Taff), Singapore, The H&M group, TOMS Shoes, Uniqlo and Wolford.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Archroma
  • Gap
  • Jabong
  • Lululemon Athletica
  • Net-a-Porter
  • Selfridges
  • MORE

1. SUMMARY 

2. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR)

  • Asos has pledged to address modern slavery in the apparel supply chain
  • Selfridges will no longer sell products made using exotic animal skins
  • The H&M group has published its sustainability report for 2018
  • TOMS Shoes has expanded its philanthropic One for One business model

3. CORPORATE STRATEGY

  • Archroma has scaled up the production of its Denisol Indigo 30 dye in order to meet high demand
  • Asos and PVH have become strategic partners of the Global Fashion Agenda
  • Gap plans to separate into two independent publicly traded companies
  • H&M has entered into an agreement to sell its products on the India-based e-commerce platforms Myntra and Jabong
  • International Textile Group (ITG) has been renamed Elevate Textiles and has adopted a new corporate identity
  • Lululemon Athletica has announced a new strategy for growth which will focus on product innovation, omni guest experiences and market expansion
  • Mr Porter and Net-a-Porter have launched an exclusive personalised shopping service

4. ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY

  • The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) has reported that the sourcing of Better Cotton increased by 45% in 2018

5. EVENTS

  • The 2019 edition of Texprocess was held in Frankfurt, Germany, during May 14-17, 2019
  • New technology
  • New process

6. JOINT VENTURES, COOPERATION, LICENSING AND DISTRIBUTION

  • Harrods has entered into a strategic partnership with the online retailer Farfetch
  • Lenzing has entered into a strategic partnership with the Textile and Fashion Federation (Taff), Singapore
  • The luxury fashion group SMCP has entered into a strategic partnership with the online retailer JD.com
  • Uniqlo has entered into an apparel supply partnership with the Swedish Olympic and Paralympic teams
  • Wolford has entered into a partnership agreement with Fosun Fashion Brand Management
  • Company (FFBM) to develop its business in China

7. LUXURY FASHION STORE OPENINGS

  • More luxury fashion stores were opened in London, UK, than in any other city in 2018

8. MARKET FORECASTS

  • Consumer expenditure on clothing and footwear in Asia and Oceania is forecast to grow by 6.5% per annum between 2018 and 2023
  • Consumer expenditure on clothing and footwear in Africa and the Middle East is forecast to grow by 6.7% per annum between 2018 and 2023

9. MARKETS

  • EU clothing imports were up in value and volume in 2018
  • US clothing imports were up in value and volume in 2018

10. NEW FACILITIES

  • The fastenings manufacturer Prym Fashion has opened a new facility in the Chennai Free Trade Zone (FTZ), in Tamil Nadu, India

List of tables
Table 1: Asia and Oceania: consumer expenditure on clothing and footwear, selected markets, 2015-23
Table 2: Africa and the Middle East: consumer expenditure on clothing and footwear, selected markets, 2015-23

List of figures
Figure 1: M-Type Delta by Dürkopp Adler
Figure 2: Vetron Viper by Vetron Typical Europe
Figure 3: Gripfix snap fastener

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  • Archroma 
  • Asos
  • Elevate Textiles
  • Gap
  • H&M
  • Harrods
  • JD.com
  • Jabong
  • Lenzing
  • Lululemon Athletica
  • Mr Porter
  • Myntra
  • Net-a-Porter
  • PVH
  • Prym Fashion
  • SMCP
  • Selfridges
  • Singapore
  • TOMS Shoes
  • Texprocess
  • Textile and Fashion Federation (Taff)
  • The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI)
  • The H&M group
  • Uniqlo
  • Wolford
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