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The measurement of fashion

ICI Fibres' products are sold to a variety of industries, but this paper is concerned only with the apparel textile trade. The position of ICI in this trade is shown in a highly simplified diagram of the main stages in the textile pipeline from fibre...

Catalogue: Seminar 1974: Fashion, Research And Marketing
Authors: J. l. Harrison, A. M. Hughes
December 4, 1974

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Concluding remarks

Since this was the first ESOMAR seminar on Fashion Research, there was no precedent to provide any guidelines. At the first programme committee meeting, we again tackled this problem. We didn't manage to come to any conclusions about what we really...

Catalogue: Seminar 1974: Fashion, Research And Marketing
Author: Susan P. Douglas
December 4, 1974

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Some approaches to forecasting in the domain of clothing

Several qualitative and quantitative approaches of the consumers have been developed. We shall give some examples of the feminine market, because it is more influenced by the fashion than the masculine and the children markets, which have also been...

Catalogue: Seminar 1974: Fashion, Research And Marketing
Author: Jean-François Boss
December 4, 1974

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How to reduce uncertainty linked to fashion

As consultants, we have been usually involved in reducing uncertainty associated with marketing decisions in large international companies. It means in general implementing simulation models based on more or less complex internal information systems....

Catalogue: Seminar 1974: Fashion, Research And Marketing
Authors: Jean-Mathieu Paoli, B. Salsé
December 4, 1974

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Innovation in the male fashion market

This paper is based on the preliminary findings from a survey of 500 male suit purchasers (together with a qualitative investigation of 100 of the respondents' wives) . The survey was designed to elicit information on aspects of consumer behaviour...

Catalogue: Seminar 1974: Fashion, Research And Marketing
Author: David F. Midgley
December 4, 1974

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Can socio-cultural trends approach constitute a useful tool in the field of fashion?

To face this situation our team has worked for several years to perfect a system designed to detect and to monitor socio-cultural trends. The system presently functions as a syndicated service.

Catalogue: Seminar 1974: Fashion, Research And Marketing
Author: Alain de Vulpian
December 4, 1974

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Is the emancipation of the consumer a reality?

We can speak of this emancipation when the end-user is more demanding in his or her purchases. When people buy much more in relation to their actual needs.

Catalogue: Seminar 1974: Fashion, Research And Marketing
Author: H. Looser
December 4, 1974