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Fashion Market Research, Clothing, Footwear and Accessories

Mintel’s clothing, footwear accessories and fashion market research reports provide a comprehensive and extensive overview of the marketplace including information on the clothing, footwear and accessories market size and clothing, footwear and accessories market share.


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  1. Value Clothing Retailing - UK - December 2009

    The value clothing market is continuing to grow strongly, up an estimated 6% in 2009 to £8.1 billion. With a similar growth rate in 2008, sales of value clothing have not been dented by the consumer downturn.

    Specialist fashion discounters (led by Primark, TK Maxx and Matalan) are the main ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2009
    UK
  2. Officewear - UK - December 2009

    Mintel examines the impact of economic factors on clothing sales and examines the preferences of the working consumer in terms of formal or casual dress styles and the outlets where they purchase their working wardrobe.

    • Almost three in ten of the more affluent working population wear a combination ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2009
    UK
  3. Over-55s' Fashion - UK - November 2009

    This report looks at the clothing buying habits and attitudes towards fashion of men and women aged 55 and over.

    • Brand loyalty is overwhelming strong among the over-55s, 70% of whom stick with the same brand once they have found the one they like. While this presents a clear barrier to entry for ...

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    Consumer Report
    November 2009
    UK
  4. Women's Fashion Lifestyles - UK - November 2009

    • The women's outerwear market is estimated to be worth £20.7bn in 2009, a 2% decline on 2008, as incomes are being squeezed and many consumers have started to cut back. However, a small recovery in the women's outerwear market is expected in 2010 (growth of 1% to reach £21bn), but it will not be ...

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    Consumer Report
    November 2009
    UK
  5. Clothing Retailing - UK - October 2009

    There is more choice than ever before in the UK’s clothing mass-market. But it has been dominated by price for much of the last ten years, as cheaper sourcing from the Far East has facilitated the growth of value retailers.

    This has increased competition and squeezed the middle-market players. And ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2009
    UK
  6. Men's Fashion Lifestyles - UK - October 2009

    The menswear market is estimated to be worth £9.3 billion in 2009, down by 1.2% on 2008. Still, positive indicators are that Mintel’s consumer data found that only 16% of all men say they are spending less money on clothes in 2009 compared to last year.

    Looking to the future, the men’s outerwear ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2009
    UK
  7. Sports Clothing and Footwear - UK - September 2009

    Sportswear has been through the boom times of the 1990s and is now suffering from a severe bout of consolidation. With many mainstream brands labelled as 'chav fashion', its acceptance as everyday casual clothing is facing a major challenge. In a polarising market, splitting between performance ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2009
    UK
  8. Fashion Online - UK - August 2009

    Despite the economic downturn, the online fashion market continues to boom. Mintel forecasts it will reach £4.1 billion in 2009, up by 26% on 2008. Fashion retailers’ websites are now the favourite destination for online shopping, whereas in October 2008 and January 2009, books were the most ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2009
    UK
  9. Fashion Accessories Retailing - UK - July 2009

    Belts are the most popular fashion accessory, with more than 16 million broadband users buying at least one in the last year. The over-35s have less interest in buying accessories as they have changing spending priorities. Instead, there exist opportunities to promote belts to the ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2009
    UK
  10. Youth Fashion - UK - May 2009

    This report examines clothing items bought by, or for, youths aged between 13 and 19. Since 2008, consumer confidence has dipped because of worsening economic conditions. Subsequently, pocket money and disposable income for youths has been hit by two main factors.

    Firstly, there is less money in ...

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    Consumer Report
    May 2009
    UK
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