Style is a way of dressing, behaving, or writing that is popular at any given time. It may be fast-paced, changing often or it may be more slow-paced and timeless.
Vogue suggests a distinctive fashion adopted by people who are anxious to look elegant and sophisticated. Rage, craze, and mode are also words used to describe the current trend of a particular kind of clothing or a person who follows this style.
The fashion industry is one of the world’s largest and most complex industries, encompassing everything from textiles to apparel, footwear, accessories, and cosmetics. In the past decade, it has experienced explosive growth.
But this strong growth has also brought challenges. The fashion industry has faced an unprecedented number of economic shocks and a growing array of consumer demands and preferences that are challenging the industry’s traditional business models.
These challenges include the repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has entaild joblessness or financial hardship across the entire value chain for people and organizations in fashion’s global ecosystem (Exhibit 1).
As a result, many fashion companies have faced a challenge in sustaining growth and profitability. While some have been able to turn things around, the industry has experienced a series of tough years. In 2016, the industry saw sales growth of just 1.5 percent, while earnings before interest, taxes, and amortization margins declined 3.4 percentage points. This prompted many companies to cut prices, reduce their workforces, and take other measures to improve profits.