About 300 reports

Womenswear in Mexico, Euromonitor International

31 pages • By Euromonitor International

The constant arrival of new international and domestic apparel brands in the Mexican market has increased buying options for all income segments, allowing more consumers to purchase the latest designs and the collections that are available in the US or in European countries. The rising number of competitors generates a positive rivalry, which...

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Mar 2016

Womenswear in China, Euromonitor International

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear recorded current value growth of 7% in 2015, to achieve sales of CNY834 billion. Since the economic downturn has undermined consumer confidence and purchasing intention, the high-end market has given way to the mass market. Thus fast fashion womenswear has enjoyed higher growth and continued its expansion in China due to the stylish...

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Mar 2016

Womenswear in India, Euromonitor International

30 pages • By Euromonitor International

Following the launch of global apparel brands in India over the last few years of the review period, apparel giants H&M and Gap also made their entry into India, opening their first stores in Delhi during 2015. Both the brands witnessed a lot of press coverage and generated interest amongst the consumers, who visited the store-launching ceremonies...

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Mar 2016

Womenswear in Brazil, Euromonitor International

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

In general, the worrisome macroeconomic scenario in 2015 worsened consumer confidence, plunging sales and leading to a weaker performance than what was seen in previous years; current value sales increased by 2% to reach R$42.4 billion, a much smaller growth rate than the current value CAGR of 6% registered over the review period. The Brazilian...

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Mar 2016

Womenswear in the Czech Republic, Euromonitor International

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

Following a review period characterised by economic hardship in the Czech Republic, 2015 saw a return to stronger growth. Many households also benefited from a rise in employment levels and an increase in the minimum wage level in Prague. Rising economic confidence thus encouraged women to spend more freely on womenswear once more, with many...

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Mar 2016

Womenswear in Poland, Euromonitor International

40 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear registered 3% current value growth during 2015, mainly thanks to increasing interest in branded apparel amongst a significant number of Polish consumers. The country’s leading apparel manufacturers continued to invest heavily in marketing activities and the expansion of their outlet networks, which particularly regards outlets located...

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Feb 2016

2016 United Kingdom Tops, incl t-shirts, knit & woven shirts, blouses sold through Men%s clothing stores-Product & Services Report

186 pages • By Barnes Reports

The 2016 United Kingdom Tops, incl t-shirts, knit & woven shirts, blouses sold through Men's clothing stores-Product & Services Report, published annually by Barnes Reports, contains timely and accurate industry statistics, forecasts and demographics. The report features 2016 current and 2017 forecast estimates on the sales of Tops, incl t-shirts,...

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Feb 2016

2016 United Kingdom Tops, incl t-shirts, knit & woven shirts, blouses sold through Family clothing stores-Product & Services Report

186 pages • By Barnes Reports

The 2016 United Kingdom Tops, incl t-shirts, knit & woven shirts, blouses sold through Family clothing stores-Product & Services Report, published annually by Barnes Reports, contains timely and accurate industry statistics, forecasts and demographics. The report features 2016 current and 2017 forecast estimates on the sales of Tops, incl...

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Feb 2016

2016 United Kingdom Tops, incl t-shirts, knit & woven shirts, blouses sold through Women%s clothing stores-Product & Services Report

186 pages • By Barnes Reports

The 2016 United Kingdom Tops, incl t-shirts, knit & woven shirts, blouses sold through Women's clothing stores-Product & Services Report, published annually by Barnes Reports, contains timely and accurate industry statistics, forecasts and demographics. The report features 2016 current and 2017 forecast estimates on the sales of Tops, incl...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Singapore, Euromonitor International

31 pages • By Euromonitor International

2015’s poor economic outlook led to weaker consumer confidence. Since apparel is not a necessity, consumers restricted their budgets and spent less, leading to a contraction of 2% in value sales for womenswear. Euromonitor International's Womenswear in Singapore report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Chile

30 pages • By Euromonitor International

Despite the deceleration of the Chilean economy later in 2014 and during 2015, womenswear registered healthy current retail value growth of 7% in 2015. Nevertheless the slowdown in the economy was evident from the slower current retail value growth registered in 2015 compared with the review period CAGR of 8%. Despite the economic slowdown,...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Italy, Euromonitor International

36 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear was characterised by several trends in 2015, primarily the rising demand for comfortable and practical clothing that also presents a casual chic image through colourful patterned designs as the willingness to experiment with colours enables women to redefine their image each year. Euromonitor International's Womenswear in...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Venezuela

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

Empty shelves, little variety and the absence of several products were common features shown by apparel and footwear firms in 2015. Consumers frequently had to visit several stores and navigate the internet to find even one brand of the specific apparel product they required in 2015. Import restrictions have caused severe obstacles to guaranteed...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Taiwan, Euromonitor International

31 pages • By Euromonitor International

The introduction of international brands such as H&M and Forever 21 has had a great impact on womenswear. Female consumers set a standard for womenswear to be at an affordable price with quality and design compatible with these brands. Before international brands came into Taiwan, women needed to compromise either on quality or on retail selling...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Greece

37 pages • By Euromonitor International

Turbulent economic conditions remained in effect in Greece during 2015, making most consumers rather insecure in their spending. Overall, Greek consumers remain highly interested in low prices and value offers. At the same time, the capital controls that were introduced in summer 2015 also polarised demand, with more affluent consumers investing...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Vietnam

27 pages • By Euromonitor International

As the performance of economy is improving slightly, the number of high- and medium-income customers is also increasing gradually and people are willing to spend more on apparel products, especially woman living in urban areas. Hence, to reach this huge number of potential customers, most international brands created a lot of promotional events...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Hungary, Euromonitor International

31 pages • By Euromonitor International

Retail value sales of womenswear in Hungary increased by 9% in 2015. This was mainly driven by increasing demand, as the average unit price did not increase significantly, due to low inflation and strong competition amongst players in the category. In addition, large international chains, such as H&M, Tesco, with its F&F private, and KiK,...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Ukraine

31 pages • By Euromonitor International

Ukrainian women, traditionally known for their striving to look trendy and stylish, could not afford the same frequent changes of their wardrobes as prior to the crisis evolving in the country in 2014 that grew even more pronounced in 2015. They had to cut their spend on womenswear, reallocating their deflating budgets to the most essential...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Malaysia

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear is receiving a great deal of attention from the female consumer group since most Malaysian women are becoming more fashion-conscious. Demand for womenswear remained strong in 2015 due to more double-income households where women contributed. They are more willing to spend on themselves when they are financially independent. Thus,...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in the Philippines

33 pages • By Euromonitor International

The strong entrance of international brands (estimated 200 brands, including non-apparel and footwear), proved popular among consumers over the review period as a result of rising consumer incomes and the stable economy. Growth is being fuelled by the expanding middle class and the upsurge in the number of young consumers who are becoming...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Israel

36 pages • By Euromonitor International

Demand for plus-size womenswear became a major influence over sales in the category in 2015. Although plus-size womenswear was previously offered by many of the leading retail chains operating in the category, in recent years, sizes 46, 44 and 42 and even size 40 have become more difficult to find in the outlets of both international and local...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Indonesia

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear current value sales grew by 14% in 2015. Robust current value growth was sustained by the fact that women’s fashion trends are always evolving. Most women in urban areas spend some of their time working outside the home or socialising with friends. These consumers tend to buy new womenswear products more often, so as to keep up...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Saudi Arabia

30 pages • By Euromonitor International

The fashion consciousness of Saudi women is growing tremendously as the country’s population gains more exposure to global fashion trends through digital media and increased outbound travel. Access to social media portals such as Instagram and Snapchat has given Saudi Arabia’s population a more thorough understanding of global fashion trends....

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Thailand

33 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear in Thailand recorded positive current value growth in 2015, supported by fast fashion trends. Improvements in the macroeconomic environment and urbanisation accelerated demand. A number of Thai women, particularly in urban areas, are fashion conscious and tend to spend more time outside of the home. They have many activities such...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Sweden, Euromonitor International

34 pages • By Euromonitor International

Swedish women showed a growing interest in both premium and high-quality womenswear as well as economy-positioned apparel in 2015. Price competition was intense and thus stopped value sales from growing more rapidly. Overall, womenswear posted current value growth of 1%. Internet retailers put pressure on store-based outlets and excessive...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Germany, Euromonitor International

37 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2015 the proportion of womenswear manufactured under fair working conditions or with an increasing level of sustainability grew notably. Leading providers such as H&M and C&A continued to increase the use of bio and organic cotton, Patagonia introduced several bikini lines made with recycled materials, and various eco-friendly niche brands,...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Turkey

33 pages • By Euromonitor International

Despite the continuing expansion of outlet networks, successful marketing activities by leading companies and increasing disposable incomes amongst urban women, womenswear registered current value growth of 9% in 2015, which was lower than the review period current value CAGR of 11%. The main factor behind the poorer performance of womenswear...

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Feb 2016

Womenswear in Argentina

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

Women’s outerwear declined by 1% in retail volume terms in 2015 as a number of factors negatively affected both domestic and international brands. Imports barriers continued to encourage many global brands to leave the country. The premium and super premium segments were most affected – Carolina Herrera, Kenzo, Fendi, Escada, Louis Vuitton...

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Feb 2016

Greece: market of women shirts and blouses

By Williams&Marshall Strategy

This report presents a comprehensive overview of the women shirts and blouses market in Greece and a forecast for its development in the next five years. It provides a detailed analysis of the market, its dynamics, structure, characteristics, main players, growth and demand drivers, etc. The purpose of the report is to describe the...

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Jan 2016

Malta: market of women shirts and blouses

By Williams&Marshall Strategy

This report presents a comprehensive overview of the women shirts and blouses market in Malta and a forecast for its development in the next five years. It provides a detailed analysis of the market, its dynamics, structure, characteristics, main players, growth and demand drivers, etc. The purpose of the report is to describe the state...

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Jan 2016