This vast sector consists of apparels, footwear, cosmetics & beauty products, accessories, jewellery, etc. Complying with the diversity, the articles exploit the numerous issues of fashion industry.
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Fashion is not restricted by constraints like figure, size, skin tone etc, contrary to what the popular myth may be. Neither is business which is ever so keen to generate profit out of any commodity that has the capacity to catch hold of market. If the two is blended, what the consumers get is a new booming fashion industry serving to
It is a long cherished dream of many Indian brides to wear Manish Malhotra or a Sabyasachi Mukherjee on their D-Day. On an average these designer labels are retailed minimum price band of over lakh rupees, spending such enormous amount for single occasion would be just a dream for vast middle class segment. However, on line luxury
The womens apparel market is set to overtake mens wear by 2025 in the country, according to a report by Avendus Capital. The report, titled Womens Apparel Landscape in India, offers an overview of the market, including an understanding of womens shopping behaviour, significant shift towards branded apparel and the various
The luxury eyewear market in India though not in its nascent stage, still has a long way to go.The eyewear market in India is fragmented between the organized and unorganized sector. As per industry estimates there could be around 20,000 opticians in India spread across rural and urban areas. However, the Urban and Tier 2 cities would
The Indian fashion market size contributes $70 billion in 2016. Among the overall fashion market $7bn to $8bn is already digitally influenced. As per a joint report by Boston Consulting Group and Facebook, titled 'Fashion Forward 2020' it is estimated that by 2020 the digitized share will rose to $30 bn
The jewellery industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in the Indian economy. It is hugely export oriented and labour intensive, thus contributing greatly to the foreign exchange and to the employment. The demand for jewellery in India is unique and to some extent inflexible to price. The gold demand in terms of pricing is
International brands such as Zara, H&M, and Forever21 etc. have started taking sizable share in Indian fashion market. Indian consumers have started prefer these brands for their perceived quality, fit and style. So, does that mean local retailers have no chance to stand out to these brands? Well, the comparison of premium
Accessories are the indispensable part of fashion statement overall. Fashion accessories including belts, bags, shoes and jewellery add incredible force in accentuating the looks and underline individualistic style. However, Indian accessory market is still at evolving stage and largely dominated by unorganized
Indian online jewellery market is booming; In fact, growth in the jewellery market is being fueled by the shift to e-commerce. There are many players including Valvetcase, Bluestone, Caratlane amongst others who have created magnificent growth stories. Highlighting the market potential, Vishwas Shringi, Co-Founder & CEO, Voylla
The recent demonetisation has taken a huge toll on kid’s retail and retail industry in general. While the industry just started to boom due to festive season, the government’s decision has hit the market badly and has slowed down the overall consumption. Majority of the transactions by Indian consumers happen via cash.
E-commerce in India has brought a momentous transformation among the general population where buying and selling of products are done through online portals. It has also seen an unprecedented growth of more than 60% in the course of the most recent years and is considered as one of the fastest growing sectors. Various features such as
Post the development of technology in the last decade and internet penetration in every household, it is clearly evident that consumers have become totally reliant on online buying and selling of goods and services. In spite of this transformation, many consumers still prefer visiting the physical store for their needs and purchases.
BIBA, the ethnic apparel brand has joined hands with the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India and announced the launch of India Handloom Brand garments at BIBA’s flagship Lajpat Nagar store on November 07, 2016. The India Handloom Brand launched on August 07, 2015 is an initiative by the Government of India to promote
Over the years, there has been a growing demand for apparels and toys for both infants and kids in India. According to Novonous, the child care market is poised to grow at a CAGR of 13.66 per cent in the coming years, owing to strong demand for baby and children apparel, footwear, toys and baby cosmetics. The annual spend on toys in
Indian weddings are absolutely incomplete without ethnic wear. With people becoming more conscious about their looks and willing to spend more, brands are trying to cash in on the opportunity by providing them a varied array of product choices. Indian ethnic wear market was estimated to be of Rs 82,220 crore in 2014 and is expected