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|Subject Area||Fashion Design I/II|
|Grade Level||7th & 8th grade|
|Week #||04/13/2020 - 04/17/2020|
|Unit of Instruction||The Design process|
FASHION SEASONS AND DELIVERY DATES
TYPES OF SEASONS
TARGET CUSTOMER/MARKET GROUPS
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria|
SEASONS AND DELIVERY DATES
The timing of the fashion industry revolves around “markets” -trade events held throughout the year at “market centers” or “Apparel marts” in major cities around the world.
Traditionally, the following seasons and delivery schedules apply within the fashion industry, However, notice how often new shipments are delivered into the stores where you shop today, particularly in the fast-moving markets, like juniors?
Usually there 2 types of seasons: Major and minor. Some garments manufacturing companies opt not to include a collection at all for some seasons. In other cases, they may design a collection for a minor season, but sell it at the same time as the previous season’s collection – just for a later date.
MAJOR SEASONS: MINOR SEASONS:
1) the clothes are what the customer wants
With the exception of items 7 and 8, it is easy to see how vital it is for a clothing manufacturing company to understand a great deal about their customer. Clothing companies have spent a lot of time and money into gathering information about people because the more data known about their customer the easier it is to comply with the factors.
Through the successes of past and present fashion designers and clothing companies, we can identify distinct groups of people known as “Target Market”. We understand some basic, but vital, factors about these groups of people, such as whether they are male or female, their age range, their figure type, their size range, their lifestyle, and the prices they will pay.
CHILDRENSWEAR WOMENSWEAR MENSWEAR
Budget: Clothing made in large volumes at low cost and sold at a low price retail.
Name 1 clothing store for each price range/category:
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Research the industry of Fashion and find 3 different jobs title that a person with fashion education can be.
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