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The Two Driving Forces Behind Fashion Products
“Sometimes, I feel frustrated at work—there is a constant conflict between my department and others and it never stops.” – A product developer at a fashion

fashion study proposal  than a science, some fashion companies now are relying heavily on something more scientific—sales analysis. At one company I researched, distributors (those in charge of distributing products for retail stores) are sovereign in deciding which products should be produced, replenished, and cancelled because distributors study sales figures of each retail store on a constant basis. In that sense, sales trends exceed fashion trends in decision making since, at the end of the day, sales revenue is the

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PLM for the Fashion Industry

Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) for Fashion is an evaluation model containing tailored PLM criteria and extra functionalities that serve the specificities of this industry in order to help fashion goods (including apparel, footwear, accessory and home fashion) manufacturers and retailers to achieve more efficient product development, lower cost, and better collaboration and control throughout the whole supply chain.  

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