The Business Of Fashion
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📒The Business Of Fashion ✍ Leslie Davis Burns
✏The Business of Fashion Book Summary : The third edition of this authoritative text hfocuses on the organization and operation of the U.S. textiles and fashion industry--how fashion apparel and accessories are designed, manufactured, marketed, and distributed. Although the focus of the book is on the organization and operation of the fashion industry within the United States, the role of these industries within the global context is covered throughout. Since the publication of the first edition, the textile/apparel industries have continued to undergo tremendous change. Quick Response strategies have evolved into supply chain management, Web-based business-to-business and business-to-consumer communications and commerce have grown, and mass customization is a reality. The third edition of this book continues to capture the dynamics of the fashion industry by emphasizing the technological, organizational, and global changes in its various components.
📒The Business Of Fashion ✍ Judy Sale
✏The Business of Fashion Book Summary : A guide to the clothing industry for the aspiring designer, pattern maker, or production manager. Topics covered include employment and careers, fabrics and yarns, designing, costing and pricing, technology, and marketing and merchandising. Illustrated with photographs and drawings, including sample designs. The author runs fashion design and dressmaking workshops.
📒The Business Of Fashion Modeling ✍ Tondaleya Shamley
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📒The Business Of Fashion ✍ Linda Drew
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📒Fashion Sales And Promotion Handbook ✍ Arthur A. Winters
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📒Gucci ✍ Paola Trimarco
✏Gucci Book Summary : Reading level: 2 [yellow].
📒Marketing Fashion Footwear ✍ Fiona Armstrong-Gibbs
✏Marketing Fashion Footwear Book Summary : Despite the huge market in fashion footwear, no single academic textbook specifically addresses the fashion footwear business. In general, retail, marketing, brand and business elements of the sector are both under-researched and under-represented in existing fashion marketing publications, and no single text focuses on the business and strategic direction of this product category from a fashion marketing perspective. Marketing Fashion Footwear sets out to address this gap and to demonstrate how footwear is now seen as an integral part of the retailer mix, providing fashion, marketing and design students alike with an invaluable guide to research in this product area as well as insider advice on how to gain employment in this competitive industry sector. The first book to provide in-depth insights into one of the fastest growing areas of the fashion industry, Marketing Fashion Footwear: The Business of Shoes explores the retail environment, consumer attitudes to footwear, as well as brand creation, production and protection. Marketing Fashion Footwear: The Business of Shoes takes as its specific focus the marketing and merchandising of fashion footwear, as opposed to performance footwear, or health and safety footwear, such as work boots or orthopaedic shoes. As such, Marketing Fashion Footwear: The Business of Shoes uniquely provides a comprehensive guide to the theories and strategies used to develop, manage and market fashion footwear. Key marketing, merchandising and brand management theories are applied to current case studies from some of the most successful international footwear and fashion brands, and interviews with key industry figures offer unique insights into this lucrative industry, making it a must-have text for all students of fashion retailing, fashion merchandising, fashion management, and those looking to specialise in the footwear industry.
📒The Business Of Entertainment 3 Volumes ✍ Robert C. Sickels
✏The Business of Entertainment 3 volumes Book Summary : We love to be entertained. And today's technology makes that easier than ever. Listen to tunes while working out? No problem. Watch a movie on your cell phone? Can do. Get 450 channels of digital entertainment bounced off a satellite and into your vehicle—even while traveling through empty wastelands? Simple. But behind these experiences is a complex industry, dominated by a handful of global media conglomerates whose executives exert considerable influence over the artists and projects they bankroll, the processes by which products are developed, and the methods they use to promote and distribute entertainment. As this set shows, the industries in which commerce, art, and technology intersect are among the most fascinating in all of business. Entertainment is a high-stakes industry where stars are born and flame out in the blink of an eye, where multimillion dollar deals are made on a daily basis, and where cultural mores, for better or worse, are shaped and reinforced. The Business of Entertainment lifts the curtain to show the machinery (and sleight of hand) behind the films, TV shows, music, and radio programs we can't live without. The Business of Entertainment comprises three volumes, covering movies popular music, and television. But it's not all about stars and glitter—it's as much about the nuts and bolts of daily life in the industry, including the challenges of digitizing content, globalization, promoting stars and shows, protecting intellectual property, developing talent, employing the latest technology, and getting projects done on time and within budget. Challenges don't end there. There's also advertising and product placement, the power of reviews and reviewers, the cancerous spread of piracy, the battles between cable and satellite operators (and the threat to both from telephone companies), the backlash to promoting gangsta lifestyles, and more. Each chapter is written by an authority in the field, from noted scholars to entertainment industry professionals to critics to screenwriters to lawyers. The result is a fascinating mosaic, with each chapter a gem that provides insight into the industry that—hands down—generates more conversations on a daily basis than any other.
📒The Business Of Creativity ✍ Brian Moeran
✏The Business of Creativity Book Summary : How does a group of people, brought together because of their diverse skills and professional knowledge, set out to be ‘creative’? How are ongoing tensions between beauty, fame, and money resolved? In The Business of Creativity, Brian Moeran, a leading scholar and writer on the creative industries, takes the sacred relic of creativity out of the crypt and airs it in the ethnographic alley. In contrast to the persistent image of creativity as the spontaneous inspiration of a gifted individual, Moeran shows how creativity emerges from collaborative engagements among people, genres, institutions, materials and technologies. He alternates thick description of work in fashion, advertising, and ceramic art with theoretical innovations that shed new light on the aesthetic, symbolic, and economic dimensions of creativity and the production of worth.
📒The Fundamentals Of Fashion Management ✍ Susan Dillon
✏The Fundamentals of Fashion Management Book Summary : The Fundamentals of Fashion Management provides a guide to how the fashion industry works, examining the processes, roles and objectives that make up this multifaceted industry.