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The Analysis of Women's Underwear Online Retail Markets in the Summer of 2020
Underwear is promising. Comfortable underwear is steady, and bright hues and staycation create a positive vibe. Staycation drives the development of versatile loungewear items, and comfort remains key. Soft and breathable fabrics, wireless bras and seamless underwear all meet consumers' need for comfortable products. Matching sets encourage consumers to buy the entire outfit and cross-category clothing. Influenced by sports bras (+84% year on year) and pull-on bras, leggings and pull-on lounge bras emerge in S/S 2020, holding 2% of online underwear markets in the UK. Buying multiple pieces help to save money and shift stock.
The Comprehensive Analysis of Women's Wedding Dress in 2020
As time changes, wedding forms and venues become increasingly diverse, and brides need to change costumes and accessories for varied rituals. Couples are gradually aware of the economic and environmental impacts of weddings, so they buy a wider range of clothing and choose products that can be worn after the wedding. This report concludes key points below based on consumers' online searching, browsing and buying data in the past one year, social media index and brands' topicality, multi-platform mentions of products, labels and related keywords, as well as sentiment analysis.
Salon International de la Lingerie -- Paris International Underwear Exhibition
This season the exhibition is held in a brand-new private venue. The exhibition specially opens up the Organic Area, and focuses on the brand using environment-friendly fabrics. The collaborative products of fabric design studio Whole draw much attention, and use 100% vegetable dyestuff, organic fabrics and yarns. Sustainable design is still a hot topic at the show, and most lingerie brands are happy to share their latest developments. Fabrics become the focus, and certified cellulose fabric is prevailing. The emerging brands are displayed in the Exposed Area, including the Nette Rose from Cape Town and Tisja Damen from Amsterdam.