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2 min read Emotions influence many purchasing decisions, but in the case of fashion they play a dominant role. Unlike a TV, a sofa or a set of towels, which fill a specific

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2 min read The 1980s saw the birth of fast fashion, a new way of doing fashion by shortening delivery times and reducing prices that  burst onto the market to change the rules

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< 1 min read In 2020, China’s online sales reached 2.3 trillion dollars, half of all online sales globally, and today eCommerce accounts for 77% of all retail sales in the country, which is

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3 min read The business of selling second-hand products is growing at 11 times the rate of traditional retail, making it a new opportunity and a new challenge for retailers. According to a

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2 min read Viya and Austin Li Jiaqi are the most popular influencers in China. Together they accumulated sales in China in 2020 worth $8.2 billion. In 2020, total live shopping sales in

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2 min read After a year of profound changes, retailers in the fashion retail sector need to bet on differentiation and adapt their stores to the new expectations of their customers in areas

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2 min read Some months ago, we published a blogpost about how the crisis  was forcing fashion retailers to change the way they think of and manage their inventory. We talked about the

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3 min read Why have some retailers performed better than others in rebounding after the collapse in sales experienced during the lockdown at the beginning of their year? Take, for example, Next, the

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2 min read Every crisis brings opportunities, and the recent pandemic is causing many in the fashion industry to think there must be a better way to sell clothes. After months of closed

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3 min read Many retailers are facing large quantities of inventory that they may not be able to sell. Fashion retailers, for example, could be facing up to £15bn in stock write-offs as a result

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