Business EquipmentFirms that produce equipment for manufacturing clothing and other fashion goods. For example, a brand of industrial sewing machines.
ManufacturingThe manufacturing of clothing, accessories, footwear, cosmetics and other fashion products.
CosmeticsThe formulation, branding and marketing of products designed to improve the appearance or fragrance of the body such as make-up, hairstyling products and perfume.
TailoringProduction of custom garments by hand.
Haute CoutureHaute couture is the design and creation of exclusive custom-fitted clothing.
Traditional FashionFashion produced using traditional methods such as a kimono manufacturer.
Formal WearThe production and marketing of formal attire such as suits, formal dresses and ceremonial dress.
Bridal WearThe design, creation and marketing of wedding dresses and other clothing for weddings.
CostumesThe design and production of costumes for events, holidays, theatre and the entertainment industry.
FootwearThe design, manufacture, marketing and distribution of shoes, boots and other footwear.
SportswearSpecialty clothing and gear for sports and hobbies.
UniformsFirms that produce uniforms such as a nurses, fast food or train conductor uniform.
AccessoriesThe production and marketing of fashion accessories such as luggage, handbags, umbrellas, wallets, glasses, hats, ties, belts and jewelry.
EventsFashion events such as fashion shows and fashion weeks.market fashion including areas such as branding, promotion, advertising and sales.
Fashion MediaThe communication of fashion related news, commentary and entertainment such as a fashion magazine or blog.
EducationFashion related education such as a fashion design school.
DIYBusinesses related to do-it-yourself fashions such as a shop that sells sewing machines, fabrics and supplies for knitting, crochet and handmade jewelry.
BrandsFashion brands may be based on an abstract brand name or the identity of a fashion designer. Brands are often focused on fashion design and marketing and may outsource manufacturing, distribution and sales. Alternatively, a brand may control the end-to-end process of designing, marketing, manufacturing, distribution and customer experience.
SummaryThe following are common examples of the fashion industry:
|Overview: Fashion Industry|
The sector of the economy that produces things that people wear such as clothing, footwear, accessories and cosmetics.