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Can fast fashion save the US apparel industry?

Using design for upgrading in the fashion industry

Fashion versus Reason in the Creative Industries

McLaren, Malcolm Robert Andrew (1946-2010), music and fashion industry entrepreneur

The Impact of Trade Show Organizers on Industry Innovation: ‘Concertation’ Processes in Fashion

Spinoff dynamics and the spatial formation of the fashion design industry, 1858–2005

British and Irish Home Arts and Industries 1880–1914: Marketing Craft, Making Fashion

Nicola White. Reconstructing Italian Fashion: America and the Development of the Italian Fashion Industry. (Dress, Body, Culture.) New York: Berg. 2000. Pp. xvii, 181. Cloth $65.00, paper $19.50

Firm entry and institutional lock-in: an organizational ecology analysis of the global fashion design industry

Global sourcing: insights from the global clothing industry—the case of Zara, a fast fashion retailer

Christine Ruane. The Empire's New Clothes: A History of the Russian Fashion Industry, 1700–1917. New Haven: Yale University Press. 2009. Pp. xii, 276. $65.00

Exploring the role of industry intermediaries in the construction of ‘Local Pipelines’: The case of the Montreal Fur Garment Cluster and the rise of Fur–Fashion connections

GROSBERG, Percy (1925 - 2012), Research Professor of Textile Engineering, 1961–90, and Head of Department of Textile Industries, 1975–83 and 1987–89, University of Leeds, then Emeritus Professor; Marcus Sieff Professor of Textile Technology, Shenkar College of Engineering and Design (formerly of Textile Technology and Fashion), Ramat Gan, Israel, 1991–2008

 

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Fashion has been a phenomenon of collective behavior since the fourteenth century. Yet as an industry in the United States, it did not exist until the beginning of the nineteenth ...

Subjects: United States History — Economic History.


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