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This study focuses on China’s Women’s Clothing market trends. In the two past decades, the market has been growing at a fast pace. The dramatic expansions of the manufacturing capabilities and rising consumer consumptions in China have transformed China’s society and economy. China is one of the world’s major producers...

  • Women's Clothing
  • China
  • Industrial Production
  • Labour Force

Global Womenswear Market to 2024 with COVID-19 Impact Analysis Summary The analyst forecasts, amid the COVID-19 crisis, that womenswear sales will decline by 17.7% in 2020 to reach US$643.7bn. However, we expect the market to bounce back in 2021 mostly driven by online sales and the return of...

  • Women's Clothing
  • World
  • Online Retail Sales
  • Store Closures

Apparel and footwear recorded a negative performance in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to curb the spread of COVID-19 infection in the country, the Russian authorities imposed a national lockdown self-isolation period that lasted from 30 March until 1 June 2020. Apparel and Footwear in Russia report offers a comprehensive...

  • Apparel
  • Women's Clothing
  • Men's Clothing
  • Footwear
  • Hosiery
  • Russia
  • Hosiery Sales
  • Jeans Sales

All categories within apparel and footwear in Ukraine recorded a significant decline in retail value sales in 2020, closely linked to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. This contrasted sharply with the steady double-digit growth seen over the review period. Apparel and footwear was one of the industries hardest hit by the pandemic, with...

  • Apparel
  • Women's Clothing
  • Men's Clothing
  • Footwear
  • Hosiery
  • Ukraine
  • World
  • Hosiery Sales
  • Jeans Sales

Vegan Women’s Fashion Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Product (Accessories, Clothing & Apparel, Footwear), By Distribution Channel (E-commerce, Specialty Stores), By Region, And Segment Forecasts, 2020 - 2027 Vegan Women’s Fashion Market Growth & Trends The global vegan women’s...

  • Apparel
  • Women's Clothing
  • Footwear
  • World
  • United Kingdom

UK: Clothing & Footwear: Niche Clothing 2020-2025 Summary The UK Niche Clothing 2020-2025 report offers comprehensive insight and analysis of the UK niche clothing market (including forecasts up to 2025), the major players, the main trends, and consumer attitudes.It provides in-depth analysis...

  • Apparel
  • Pregnancy Clothes
  • Men's Clothing
  • Overweight Prevalence
  • Store Closures

UK Womenswear 2019-2024 Summary The UK Womenswear 2019-2024 report offers comprehensive insight and analysis of the UK womenswear market (including forecasts up to 2024), the major players, the main trends, and consumer attitudes.It provides in-depth analysis of the following - the hot issues...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Apparel
  • United Kingdom
  • Store Closures
  • Online Retail Sales

Womenswear in Nigeria recorded a partial recovery in 2021 as the easing of restrictions on movement to work and for social gatherings boosted demand. Nevertheless, the negative impact of COVID-19 on the performance of the economy in 2020 continued to be felt in 2021 with this limiting a full recovery in retail volume terms. Womenswear...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Nigeria
  • Apparel Sales
  • Household Consumption Expenditure

Following double-digit sales slumps in 2020, womenswear gradually recovered in 2021, posting modest current value and retail volume growth. As demand for womenswear started to improve, the higher-end segments of jeans outperformed the category as a whole. While the reopening of businesses lasted throughout the year, as opposed to 2020’s closures,...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Germany
  • Apparel Sales
  • Store Closures

The adverse economic environment that unfolded over the course of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic placed substantial pressure on sales of womenswear during the year. The interruption caused to commercial activity in key sectors of the economy resulted in widespread layoffs and pressure on household incomes, with spending power declining...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Indonesia
  • Apparel Sales
  • Disposable Income

Womenswear witnessed growth in both value and volume terms in 2021 due to the stability of the economy and the decline of cases of COVID-19. While challenges remain with the pandemic still going on keeping inflation not as slow as expected during the historic years, womenswear benefited from organic population growth and replacement needs...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Egypt
  • Apparel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

Womenswear in Thailand was hard hit by the impact of COVID-19 in 2020, with the pandemic continuing to limit the category’s recovery in 2021. While stores were able to reopen in 2021, COVID-19 continued to have a significant impact on the local economy with tourism numbers a fraction of those seen in the previous year. The closure of many...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Thailand
  • Apparel Sales
  • Store Openings

Demand for womenswear fell in 2020, mainly as a result of the closure of bricks-and-mortar stores following the emergence of the pandemic in Poland. The closure of shopping centres, where most of the stores of the largest clothing chains are located, and subsequent restrictions in their operation, such as limited capacity, and restrictions...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Poland
  • Apparel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

In 2021 womenswear saw the first signs of current value rebound, after being drastically negatively affected by the pandemic in 2020. In June 2021, restrictions on the operation of shopping centres were lifted, which helped foot traffic start to return to normal. To reassure customers of their safety, fashion retailers made sure that all COVID-19...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Romania
  • Apparel Sales
  • In Store Traffic

COVID-19 and measures put in place by the government to curb its spread have negatively impacted the economic situation in the country. Lockdowns have placed restrictions on movement, trade and gatherings, which have all contributed to a depressed economic environment. The economic downturn resulted in record unemployment levels for South...

  • Women's Clothing
  • South Africa
  • Apparel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

In May 2021, Malaysia went into a nationwide lockdown again following a surge in the number of COVID-19 cases. Consumers returned to work from home and outdoor activities were cancelled and social gatherings were prohibited. This negatively affected demand for formal wear and apparel typically worn at work or for going out, such as women’s...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Malaysia
  • Apparel Sales
  • Consumer Confidence Index

Womenswear sales fell sharply in 2020, the first year of the COVID-19 crisis. In 2021, after the steep decline of the previous year, the category did not recover as quickly as expected. In fact, 2021 saw a new lockdown in Portugal in January, February and March, during which apparel and footwear specialist retailers were closed. Womenswear...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Portugal
  • Apparel Sales
  • Footwear Sales

Womenswear registered a healthy recovery after the slump in spending in 2020, as with women confined to home to a large extent, there was not much interest in buying clothes. In 2021, with society opening up and women out and about again, there was significant spending on womenswear. A strongly recovering economy also supported higher spending,...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Colombia
  • Apparel Sales
  • Household Consumption Expenditure

Womenswear, the largest category in apparel and footwear, formed a major role in the downturn in the market over the pandemic with only fragile signs of recovery seen in 2021. Heavy discounting was practised even in the spring when normally this activity is limited to the summer sales of July-August. However, apparel and footwear specialist...

  • Women's Clothing
  • France
  • Apparel Sales
  • Tourist Arrivals

The reopening of stores and the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions during the second quarter of 2021 helped fuel sales of womenswear. This alongside the country’s successful vaccination campaign ensured sales of womenswear returned to growth in 2021, with sales having slumped in 2020 following the outbreak of COVID-19. Dutch women were once...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Netherlands
  • Apparel Sales
  • Store Closures

While womenswear, as the most mature apparel category in Norway, suffered as a result of the pandemic in 2020, due to store closures, social distancing and work from home guidelines reducing the need or frequency to purchase new womenswear, the category only recorded a marginal drop in volume sales with various basic and comfortable items...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Norway
  • Apparel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

As stores and shopping centres reopened, and there were no further temporary lockdowns or closures in 2021, consumers were therefore able to try on, buy and return clothes in person again, and women flocked into stores to refresh their wardrobes after the worst of the pandemic was over. While precautions continued to be taken, shopping for...

  • Women's Clothing
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Apparel Sales
  • High Net Worth Individuals Number

Demand for womenswear in 2021 continued to be influenced by the impact of the pandemic, with further home seclusion and various restrictions in place during the year leading to further declines across much of the category. Nevertheless, the sales performance of womenswear was a significant improvement when compared to 2020, which witnessed...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Czech Republic
  • Apparel Sales
  • Store Closures

Spain continued to suffer from the effects of the pandemic in 2021, due to the emergence of one of the worst fifth waves in the EU. As a result, returning to some level of normality, including the office, moved forward at a slower pace than expected in order to control the further spread of the virus, and protect employees. Womenswear...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Spain
  • Apparel Sales
  • Number Of Retail Outlets

In 2021, current value sales of womenswear began to recover. As the COVID-19 vaccination programme was rolled out in Morocco, social conditions gradually returned to normal, with consumers resuming busy lifestyles and shopping habits. As consumers began to go out once more, they were keen to buy new apparel and footwear for both work and socialising. Womenswear...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Morocco
  • Apparel Sales
  • Disposable Income

Having suffered the largest downturn in womenswear in the previous year, formal womenswear such as suits and dresses witnessed a very limited recovery in 2021, as COVID-19 related restrictions and consumer concerns about exposure to the SARS-CoV-2 virus continued to limit social gatherings and many people continued to work from home. Womenswear...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Hungary
  • Apparel Sales
  • Store Closures

In 2021, many cities and provinces in Vietnam went into a lockdown, including Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, from May to September. During the lockdown, apparel and footwear specialist retailers and department stores were required to close. However, unlike in 2020, home delivery of apparel and footwear products purchased online was not allowed....

  • Women's Clothing
  • Vietnam
  • Apparel Sales
  • Internet Subscribers

With the Swedish national vaccination programme proceeding rapidly, in mid-2021 the government announced the gradual abolition of COVID-19-related social distancing recommendations and restrictions. Although restrictions and recommendations had been very soft in relation to retail stores, their abolition was regarded as a symbolic recognition...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Sweden
  • Apparel Sales
  • Online Retail Sales

All categories of womenswear witnessed slumps in retail volume and current value sales in 2020 due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. The measures introduced to stem the spread of the virus meant that consumers worked and studied from home and the opportunities for socialising outside the home were few and far between. Womenswear...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Canada
  • Apparel Sales
  • Store Closures

In 2021, sales of womenswear demonstrated positive growth. This comes after a steep decline in the previous year when demand for new apparel and footwear was negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing lockdowns. Nonetheless, some product areas performed better than others in 2021. As consumers continued to work from home during...

  • Women's Clothing
  • Philippines
  • Apparel Sales
  • Number Of Retail Outlets