It is a one of the largest global enterprises, devoted to the production and selling clothing. Certain observers differentiate among the “fashion industry” (which creates “high fashion“) and the industry of apparel (which creates ordinary clothing and is also known as “mass fashion“), however, by the 1970s, the lines between them had been blurred. Fashion can be defined as the design or style of clothes and accessories worn in any given moment by various groups of people. It is possible to see some differences between the high-end designer clothes that are displayed on the fashion runways in Paris and New York and the mass-produced streetwear and sportswear available in markets and malls across the globe. The fashion industry includes the production, design distribution and retailing, as well as marketing as well as advertising and marketing of all kinds of clothes (men’s as well as women’s and children’s) including the most sought-after and costly high-end haute fashion (literally, “high sewing”) and designer styles to everyday clothes, from elegant ball dresses to sweatpants for casual occasions. Sometimes, the phrase “fashion industries” is used to refer to a myriad of industries and services which employ millions of people across the globe.
Jacques Doucet: woman’s evening coat
It is an outcome of the contemporary age. Before the mid-19th century all clothing was created by people, either through an individual production at home or on orders from dressmakers and tailors. In the early 20th century, the rise of technological advancements like sewing machines and the growth of global capitalism, the growth of the factory model of production, as well as the rise of retail stores like department stores–clothing was beginning to be produced in standard sizes, and then sold at fixed price. While the fashion industry was developed initially within Europe and America in the past, it has become an global and highly globalized business that has clothing designed in one nation, produced in another, and then sold in the third. For instance an American fashion house might source fabric from China and then have the clothing made in Vietnam and then completed in Italy and then transported to an warehouse in the United States for distribution to retailers across the world. Fashion has always been one of the biggest employment sectors of the United States, and it is still to be so even as of the present. However, the number of jobs was down since production was shifting to other countries particularly to China. Since data on clothing and fashion generally are published for the economies of each country and are presented by the many different sectors in the industry the global aggregate numbers for production of clothing and textiles are not easy to find. By any measure the industry is believed to account for a substantial portion of the world’s production. The fashion industry is comprised of 4 levels of operation: manufacturing from raw material, mostly textiles and fibers, but as well fur and leather as well as the creation of fashion items from designers, manufacturers contractors, designers and other in addition to retail sales, and various forms of advertisement and marketing. These levels are made up of many different but interdependent areas each one committed to meeting the demands of consumers for clothing with conditions that allow players in the business to operate with a profit