Thesis: How material elements of the modern fast fashion practice reinforce the meanings of unethical production, and thus explain low prices come with low product quality and negative environmental and social impacts
This documentary tackles the question of fashion's future from various angles meeting with businesses and designers who present multiple yet often similar viewpoints on the future of sustainability, technology and mass production. The film answers some of the industry’s major concerns regarding topics like fast fashion, wearable technology, future washing needs and ways of making the clothing industry more sustainable.
What if your middle school girl came home from school one day and told you that she had to wear boy’s gym shorts because the yoga pants she was wearing turned boys on. Well, this happened to a 13 year old girl for two days in a row at her school. Most schools in the United States have a dress code policy containing many rules for what kids have to wear. In the United States dress code has a very controversial background with many opinions for and against it.
In the luxury industry, it is possible that existing companies or new designers could enter internationally. However, the brand positioning serve as a serious barrier to create awareness due to customer loyalty and acceptability of the brand. In this case, threat of new entrants is relatively low.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) relates to the actions of an organization and the effects on the environment and social wellbeing. It is about the way that the company assesses its actions and takes responsibility for this. (Investopedia, n.d.) CSR is a management concept whereby companies integrate social and environmental issues in their business operations and interactions with stakeholders . The company aims to achieve a balance of economic, environmental and social objectives, while also listening to the needs of stakeholders. (UNIDO, n.d.)
Attention getter: Students and textbook cannot be separated. Some students are willing to go to library to borrow books because books are getting expensive. Do you know why textbook are getting expensive? Do you ever wondered why are textbooks required
In developing nations, sector 's expansion has crossed double digits. However, as luxury products continue to puncture global markets, the prestige of brands like Louis Vuitton has not come to declined at all. This seems quite odd as the concept of luxury is tied to rarity and exclusivity. This has put a question mark on the sustainability in the growth of Louis Vuitton, for how long it will be maintained. But it is to be noted that the growth in revenue due to more
The future of today’s world is technology. The evolution of fashion industry should be in trend with the technology developments. Technology is the driver of transformation supported by government incentives. The options could be as below
The fashion industry is growing vast day by day thus there are many alternatives for the buyers is also increasing day by day thus resulting to no customer loyalty to the brand. As H&M ‘s main source of revenue is its fashion clothes they have to monitor their customer needs.
Lancôme: Lancôme immediately creates an association with Paris and happiness. It further positions itself as an award winning luxury brand. With brand ambassadors who aim to embody the vision of the brand, it clearly delivers a message that the range of products involved caters to the ‘elite’ economic strata of the society. Alike L’Oreal Paris, Lancôme too would have to adopt a strategy that develops a good customer lifetime value.
If you take a look around at what’s really happening in our world, there’s an inescapable pattern of ‘what’s going on is simply unsustainable’ and in other words, it can’t go on for much longer.
This will give them a feeling of being the preferred ones even while the company expands in the middle income group and hence the idea of luxury fashion brand and exclusivity of the products will also be maintained.
I appreciated how many angles of the fashion world the documentary showed. I had no idea that it is the most labor demanded industry in the world and I certainly wouldn’t have guessed that it was the second most polluting industry. It was interesting to hear viewpoints from the cotton farmer, factory owners, designers, garment workers, environmentalists, and investment managers. The biggest learning lesson that I gained from the video was that we place too much emphasis on things we don’t need. The materialistic lifestyle that many cultures strive for results in too many negative consequences for other people. People are losing their lives in factories, they are endangered by pesticides and toxins, they are lacking clean
The name “UNIQLO” is a contraction of the words “Unique Clothing”. As its name suggest, Uniqlo does not follow trends but instead offers unique merchandise. Although their major competitors are fast-fashion retailers, they do not consider themselves
Nowadays, the world has changed.The world now are modern because of the power of technology.People may not have a good life without this technology because of people nowadays are dependence on technology mostly.As we know,the technology are created to make our life more better, easier and comfortable. We admitted that the technology are giving us a lot of benefits,but we has also realise that the technology can give bad effect for us. This is all about the people dependence on technology can affect creativity and communication.If the people just always put their hope on the technology, we will get more lazier and this can give bad effects for our life.