Tag: Plus Size

2018 Fashion: We Drop “Plus Size” And Evolve Past The Retail Apocalypse- Fast Company

via 2018 Fashion: We Drop “Plus Size” And Evolve Past The Retail Apocalypse by Elizabeth Segran Brick-and-mortar stores make a comeback, clothing gets recycled, and direct-to-consumer labels take on the big brands in our 2018 fashion crystal ball. Forecasting in the fashion industry can be tricky. There are momentous changes taking place, so the tides…

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MySize saga- episode 3: MY SIZE

preface: you may want to read before the “episode 1”, MySize saga: How Plus-Size fashion market is changing the industry, “episode 2” MySize saga- episode 2: Petite doesn’t mean skinny MySize saga- episode 3: MY SIZE As anyone will verify, selecting the right clothes can be confusing. Especially when your sizes don’t match the “regular”…

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FashionBI research: The Plus Size Fashion Phenomena, When Curvy Fashion Goes Mainstream, Beyond Measure

! A HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FASHION MARKET RESEARCH ! The Plus Size Fashion Phenomena When Curvy Fashion Goes Mainstream, Beyond Measure Fashion. Beyond. Measure.  It hasn’t been long that the xx-extra large pieces of clothing and other fashion products hit the brand shelves. It hasn’t been long since the ‘large models’ started to rock the fashion…

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Apparel Magazine: Plus-Size Women Want These Four Brands to Design For Them

via Apparel Magazine Plus-Size Women Want These Four Brands to Design For Them At the outset of New York Fashion Week, Dia&Co — a fast-growing startup dedicated to serving women sizes 14 and up — announced a bold effort to bridge the gap between major fashion designers and the 67 percent of women in the…

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Glossy: Plus-size retailers are shifting their focus to the in-store experience

here’s another great article from glossy.co about such actual topic as #MySize Plus-size retailers are shifting their focus to the in-store experience by Bethany Biron Eloquii is the latest plus-size retailer expanding into brick and mortar. Taking a cue from brands like ModCloth — which opened its first store in Austin, Texas in December, offering all…

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Racked’s “The average American woman is a size 14”, MySize and Virtual Retail: An Opportunity Beyond the Size

an introductory note- Right while I was going to publish a note about the recent research by ELSE Corp‘s, the “MySize and Virtual Retail: Non-common sizes market in the fashion industry“, I discovered this super interesting article on racked.com, that basically brings (again) to our attention the fact that the MOST PEOPLE, and specially the…

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