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Fashion Industry Guide

Fashion Industry Guide

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Published by Oana Nutu
Information on fashion, fabrics, department stores and retailers and many specific reports on key areas, such as footwear.
Information on fashion, fabrics, department stores and retailers and many specific reports on key areas, such as footwear.

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- 1 - Gail Mitchell
FASHIONINDUSTRY GUIDE
Updated – January 2013This guide includes womenswear, menswear and childrenswear 
Directories
Department Store Yearbook 2010
(Media One Communications Ltd 2009)[(B) DIR 381.14102541 BUS]Essential guide for department store buyers. Directory of suppliers by type of goods, clothing, shoesetc. Also lists associations and events/exhibitions.
Docca: The Directory of Country Clothing, Footwear and Accessories 2010-2011 (
Alibi PublishingLtd, 2010) [(B) DIR 338.768702541 BUS]This directory contains a list of businesses and organisations engaged in country trade. Lists retailersand suppliers and includes an index to brands.
Fashion Monitor 
(Profile Group (UK) Ltd, 2009) [(B) DIR 338.4739100254 BUS]Sections on fashion and beauty industry news, consultancy and in-house PR contacts for fashion andbeauty brands, fashion stylists and make-up artists, UK and overseas media contacts, UK trade presscontacts, and dates for UK and overseas fashion and beauty events.
Mandel International Clothing & Textile Directory
(Mandel 2009) [(B) DIR 338.7687025 BUS]French directory. Provides an A-Z listing by subject/ services and country (worldwide coverage). Alsolists Trade Fairs
Printwear & Promotion : The 2009/10 Directory
(Datateam Publishing Ltd 2009)[(B) DIR 667.30254105 BUS]Guide to textile decorators, embroiderers, manufacturers and suppliers
SGB Sports and Outdoor : Guide To The Trade
(Datateam Publishing Ltd 2010) [(B) DIR 338.476887BUS]
 
- 2 - Gail MitchellDirectory of manufacturers and distributors of sports and outdoor wear; buyers guide to products;brand names index; trade show dates; outdoor industries association
Small Business Help
Children’s Clothing Shop - BOP524
(COBRA, 2011) [Available onsite via electronic sources]
 
Provides information about starting a children's clothing shop. It describes the skills required, thetraining available, the current market trends and some of the key trading issues. It also identifies someof the main legislation that must be complied with and provides sources of further information.
Clothing and Accessories Retail - SYN041
(COBRA, 2012) [Available onsite via electronic sources]Examines the trends and market developments affecting the clothing and accessories sector. Itprovides information targeted specifically at new, existing or aspiring small business owners who areaiming to trade or develop their interests within this sector.
Designer Clothing Retailer - BOP272
(COBRA, 2011) [Available onsite via electronic sources]Provides information about starting as a designer clothing retailer. It describes the skills required, thetraining available, the current market trends and some of the key trading issues. It also identifies someof the main legislation that must be complied with and provides sources of further information.
Fashion Designer - BOP003
(COBRA, 2011) [Available onsite via electronic sources]Provides information about starting up as a fashion designer. It describes the skills required, thetraining available, the current market trends and some of the key trading issues. It also identifies someof the main legislation that must be complied with and provides sources of further information.
Fashion Accessories Retailer - BOP109
(COBRA, 2012) [Available onsite via electronic sources]Provides information about starting up as a fashion accessories retailer. It describes the skills required,the training available, the current market trends and some of the key trading issues. It also identifiessome of the main legislation that must be complied with and provides sources of further information.
Fashion Buying
(Helen Goworek 2001) [(B) SBH 391.00687]This book describes the buying cycle, buying for stores and mail order and how to start a career infashion buying. A glossary of buying terminology, as well as input from fashion buyers currentlyworking for major companies, gives a clear insight into this exciting and challenging role.
Fashion entrepreneur: starting your own fashion business
(Sandra Burke 2008) [(B) SBH 746.920681BUS]This book outlines the traits and techniques fashion designers use to set up small businesses. Thetopics include: creativity and innovation, writing business plans, raising finance, sales and marketing,and the small business management skills needed to run a creative company on a day-to-day basis.
How to Set Up and Run a Fashion Label
(Toby Meadows 2009) [(B) SBH 338.47687 BUS]A no-nonsense guide to running your own business, whether it is within the clothing, accessories or footwear sectors. Packed with tips, case studies, and tasks to help you analyze yourself, your marketand your product, the book is designed for anyone wanting to start their own fashion business.
Introduction to Clothing Production Management 
(AJ Chuter 1995) [(B) SBH 687.0685 BUS]Concentrates on the short term problems like meeting today’s targets. Structured to form the basis ofa supervisors’ or junior managers’ course
Mastering fashion buying and merchandising management 
(Tim Jackson & David Shaw 2001) [(B)SBH 687.068 BUS]Covers fashion design, merchandise planning, sources and supply chain management.
 
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Mastering fashion styling
(Jo Dingemans 1999) [(B) SBH 746.92 BUS]Gives an insight to the different types of styling and professional practices used within them. Incudesa glossary of technical terms and a basic source directory.
Men’s Fashion Retailer - BOP441
(COBRA, 2012) [Available onsite via electronic sources]Provides information about starting up as a men's fashion retailer. It describes the skills required, thetraining available, the current market trends and some of the key trading issues. It also identifies someof the main legislation that must be complied with and provides sources of further information.
Schoolwear Retailer - MBP092
(COBRA,
2012
) [Available onsite via electronic sources]
 
Brief fact sheet giving market and trading issues and sources of further information.
Women’s Fashion Retailer - BOP300
(COBRA, 2011) [Available onsite via electronic sources]Provides information about starting as a women's fashion retailer. It describes the skills required, thetraining available, the current market trends and some of the key trading issues. It also identifies someof the main legislation that must be complied with and provides sources of further information.
Market Research & Statistics
Apparel in the United Kingdom
(Euromonitor, 2012) [Available onsite via electronic sources]A brief report covering key trends and developments, sales data by sector and sales forecasts throughto 2015.
Bridalwear 
(Key Note, 2010) [A-Z sequence by title] [Also available onsite via electronic sources]Covers market size, trends, segmentation, competitor analysis, swot analysis, industry background,brand strategy, global markets, buying behaviour, forecasts and company profiles.
Childrenswear 
(Key Note, 2011) [A-Z sequence by title] [also available onsite via electronic sources]Overview of the industry including market definition, market size, competitor analysis, buyingbehaviour, current issues and profiles of some of the main companies.
Childrenswear 
(Mintel, 2012) [Available onsite via electronic sources]Looks at issues in the market, strengths and weaknesses and future opportunities. Also looks atmarket size and forecast and who’s innovating.
 Childrenswear in the United Kingdom
(Euromonitor 2012) [Available onsite via electronic sources]Provides a competitive landscape of the market and also includes forecasts, trends and statistics.
Childrenswear Retailing in the UK
(Verdict, 2012) [Available onsite via electronic sources]In-depth insight into childrenswear retailing in the UK. An exploration of market dynamics,expenditure and demographic trends, strategic issues and how the wider economy is impacting thechildrenswear market
Clothing and Accessories Retail - SYN041
(COBRA, 2012) [Available onsite via electronic sources]This market synopsis examines the trends and market developments affecting the clothing andaccessories sector. It provides information targeted specifically at new, existing or aspiring smallbusiness owners who are aiming to trade or develop their interests within this sector.
Clothing & Footwear Industry
(Key Note, 2010) [A-Z sequence by title] [Also available onsite viaelectronic sources]Provides an assessment of the industry structure, market size, key trends, consumer research, andcompetitor analysis of the top 20 manufacturers. Covers women's, girls' and infants' clothing, men's

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