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Womenswear Market in Saudi Arabia to 2021 - Market Size, Development, and Forecasts

39 pages • By Global Research & Data Services

The report Womenswear Market in Saudi Arabia to 2021 - Market Size, Development, and Forecasts offers the most up-to-date industry data on the actual market situation, and future outlook for womenswear in Saudi Arabia. The research includes historic data from 2010 to 2016 and forecasts until 2021 which makes the report an invaluable resource...

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Mar 2017

Womenswear Market in Senegal to 2021 - Market Size, Development, and Forecasts

39 pages • By Global Research & Data Services

The report Womenswear Market in Senegal to 2021 - Market Size, Development, and Forecasts offers the most up-to-date industry data on the actual market situation, and future outlook for womenswear in Senegal. The research includes historic data from 2010 to 2016 and forecasts until 2021 which makes the report an invaluable resource for industry...

490 652 417
Mar 2017

Womenswear in Brazil, Euromonitor International

30 pages • By Euromonitor International

2016 marked the second year of macroeconomic recession that worsened the main indicators, such as consumer confidence and purchase power, leading to a strong decrease of 8% to reach BRL39.4 billion, a much lower level in comparison to the 2% CAGR registered during the review period. The Brazilian economy suffered a contraction of 3% in constant...

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Mar 2017

Womenswear in Malaysia

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear accounted for 47% of overall apparel value sales in Malaysia in 2016, with menswear holding a lower share of 30%. The higher share of womenswear is mainly due to the category’s wider range of products. However, menswear slightly outperformed womenswear in 2016, posting current value growth of 6% due to its lower sales base. Euromonitor...

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Mar 2017

Womenswear in Egypt

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear succeeded in accounting for more than menswear in 2016 with a larger percentage of growth in value terms as well as in volume. Womenswear increased by 13% in value terms and increased by 3% in volume. This was due to many factors, such as the new law of imported garments which affected costs, which increased by 30% in 2015. Euromonitor...

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Mar 2017

Womenswear in Sweden, Euromonitor International

35 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear accounted for 52% of the total sales of apparel in Sweden during 2016. The proportion of womenswear was marginally declining during the review period as other categories, especially menswear, were becoming increasingly demanded. Menswear displayed the strongest growth over the review period with a 2% CAGR at current 2016 prices,...

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Mar 2017

Womenswear in Hungary, Euromonitor International

33 pages • By Euromonitor International

Current value growth of womenswear in 2016 was driven primarily by an increase in volume sales, while the average unit price of womenswear was largely stable in current terms. At the same time, cheap second-hand products remained popular, which had a limiting effect on growth. Euromonitor International’s Womenswear in Hungary report...

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Mar 2017

Womenswear in the United Arab Emirates

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear makes up of 30% of overall apparel which is 17 percentage points lower than that of menswear in the United Arab Emirates. This is logical given that 77% of the population over 15 years old in the United Arab Emirates is male. This skewed gender division is driven by the fact that many low-income labourers enter the country from...

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Mar 2017

Womenswear in Greece

34 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear accounted for 50% of overall value sales of apparel in 2016, with a 4% decrease in current value terms and a slight decline in volume terms. Menswear, on the other hand, comprised 29% of overall value sales of apparel in 2016 with declines of 3% and 1% in current value and volume terms respectively. In the midst of the economic...

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Mar 2017

Womenswear in the Czech Republic, Euromonitor International

31 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear had a bigger market size than menswear in 2016. The female population is larger than the male population in the Czech Republic and, in general, women are more enthusiastic about fashion than men. Womenswear accounted for a 40% share of retail volume sales in apparel in 2016, compared with a 25% share for menswear. Both womenswear...

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Mar 2017

Womenswear in Romania

30 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear accounted for 46% of retail value sales in apparel, and increased by 8% in current terms in 2016 – somewhat slower than the growth in menswear (9%) due to its greater maturity. The still-high growth rate of the category was driven by increasing disposable incomes in 2016, following the reduction of the general VAT rate from 24%...

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Mar 2017

Womenswear in Ukraine

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016 womenswear contributed 51% of overall retail value sales of apparel in Ukraine. Local women are very keen on looking nice and trendy, which explains the category’s dominance over menswear (in 2016, value sales of the latter totalled UAH18.3 billion). Besides this, some married Ukrainian men tend to be more economical during recessions,...

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Mar 2017

Womenswear in Canada, Euromonitor International

35 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear is the most significant product area in overall apparel, accounting for a value share of 49% in 2016. Value sales of womenswear are thus considerably higher than those of menswear, reaching close to CAD16 billion in the year in comparison to just CAD10 million for menswear. This reflects a stronger focus on fashion among Canadian...

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Feb 2017

Womenswear in Indonesia

27 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear accounted for 51% of total apparel value sales in 2016, with sales some 43% higher than menswear. Value growth in womenswear outpaced that of menswear by nearly four percentage points in 2016. Trends in womenswear in 2016 included cut-out tops, Sabrina T-shirts and kimono-style blouses. These trends were influenced by well-known...

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Feb 2017

Womenswear in Portugal

30 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016, womenswear accounted for a 48% value share of overall apparel sales, compared to 36% for menswear. However, this gap in share narrowed slightly over the review period as men showed an increasing interest in fashion. Euromonitor International’s Womenswear in Portugal report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape...

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Feb 2017

Womenswear in Colombia

31 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016 womenswear performs well with current value growth of 8%, which is similar to the CAGR registered during the review period. Nevertheless, unlike the review period, in 2016 growth was fuelled mainly by price increases rather than volume growth. In fact, in volume terms there was significant moderation and even negative performances...

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Feb 2017

Womenswear in Denmark, Euromonitor International

34 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016, womenswear accounted for a 54% value share of overall apparel, while menswear made up 26% of apparel. Both menswear and womenswear recorded growth of 3% in current value terms in 2016, while womenswear performed marginally better than menswear. Euromonitor International’s Womenswear in Denmark report offers a comprehensive...

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Feb 2017

Womenswear in Japan, Euromonitor International

39 pages • By Euromonitor International

The Japanese government focused strongly on increasing the role of women in the country’s workforce during the review period, with a particular focus on increasing the number of women in executive roles. While initial ambitious targets in this area failed to be met by the end of the review period, partly due to difficulties in sourcing affordable...

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Feb 2017

Womenswear in Saudi Arabia

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear accounted for 43% of overall value sales of apparel in 2016. This percentage is approximately double that of menswear. However, menswear increased faster than womenswear in 2016, recording 3% current value growth, compared with 2% growth for womenswear. Euromonitor International’s Womenswear in Saudi Arabia report offers...

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Feb 2017

Womenswear in Israel

37 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear accounted for 51% of total value sales in apparel in Israel in 2016. Womenswear is a much larger category than menswear, with menswear accounting for only 26% of total apparel value sales in 2016. In Israel, men typically purchase clothing less often than women do. Furthermore, while global fashion trends are quickly adopted by...

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Feb 2017

Womenswear in Venezuela

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear accounted for 41% of volume sales and 50% of value sales of apparel in 2016, ahead of menswear by 17 and 16 percentage points, respectively. Women’s clothing is characterised by affordability and a larger variety than men’s clothing. The decline of 26% in womenswear in volume terms in 2016 was higher than that of menswear by three...

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Feb 2017

Womenswear in Turkey

34 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear accounted for 33% of total value sales of apparel in 2016. Although menswear continued to account for higher sales compared with womenswear, the rising disposable incomes of women, as a result of increasing female employment, positively affected sales of womenswear and led to its better performance compared with menswear. Euromonitor...

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Feb 2017

Womenswear in Thailand

34 pages • By Euromonitor International

Shopping for apparel remains one of the favourite leisure activities of Thai consumers, from teenagers to adults. Compared with menswear, womenswear contributed a higher share to overall sales of apparel in Thailand in 2016. A 56% share of sales of menswear and womenswear combined was derived from womenswear in 2016. Nonetheless, demand and...

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Feb 2017

Womenswear in Austria

31 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear accounted for a 58% share of total apparel value sales in Austria in 2016, thus remaining a much larger category than menswear. Although the modern man is fashion-conscious and spends more on his appearance than previous generations, women remain the heaviest spenders when it comes to clothing. This is reflected in the fact that...

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Feb 2017

Womenswear in China, Euromonitor International

30 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear represented 63% of total value sales of womenswear and menswear in 2016, and also saw faster value growth than menswear. This is mainly because womenswear boasts a richer variety of products and more frequent new launches, incorporating more fashionable elements. Any new trend can trigger the value growth of womenswear, such as...

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Feb 2017

Womenswear in Germany, Euromonitor International

38 pages • By Euromonitor International

In Germany, womenswear accounted for around 58% of overall apparel value sales in 2016. The category’s value decline in 2016 was slightly heavier than that recorded by menswear, with both categories facing the same challenges in Germany. Generally speaking, however, the number of collections and variety in womenswear are generally larger as...

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Feb 2017

Maternity Clothing UK Industry Report

60 pages • By Plimsoll Publishing Ltd UK

Plimsoll’s UK Maternity Clothing (UK) analysis is the most definitive and accurate study of the Maternity Clothing (UK) sector in 2016. The report is split into two sections and uses both a written and graphical analysis – analysing the 20 largest Maternity Clothing (UK) companies. The Maternity Clothing (UK) report contains...

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Feb 2017

Womenswear in France, Euromonitor International

40 pages • By Euromonitor International

In France, womenswear is a more mature apparel category than menswear. In 2016, womenswear represented 51% of overall value sales of apparel, while menswear accounted for 32%. Each of these categories posted low growth rates in 2016, with womenswear and menswear each increasing in current value by 1%. French men are pay increasing attention...

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Jan 2017

Womenswear in the United Kingdom, Euromonitor International

38 pages • By Euromonitor International

2016 proved a challenging year for womenswear, with the UK Brexit vote creating considerable economic uncertainty and encouraging many consumers to cut back on spending. However, womenswear maintained growth in the year, notably benefiting from the strong athleisure trend. This saw a focus on sportswear that can also be worn in everyday situations...

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Jan 2017

Womenswear in Poland, Euromonitor International

36 pages • By Euromonitor International

Womenswear recorded value sales of PLN13 billion in 2016, which is significantly higher than the PLN7.4 billion recorded by menswear. The advantage of womenswear relates both to demand and supply ends of the market. Polish female consumers have been presenting much greater interest in fashion apparel compared to men. They have more pieces...

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Jan 2017