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About the New York Fashion Report - From designer clothes on a New York Fashion Week runway to fashion design trends on Bedford Avenue, the New York Fashion Trend Report delves into the many styles shaping tastemakers in the Big Apple. A melting pot for fashionistas, designers, photographers, artists, fashion bloggers, models, creatives and eccentrics, New York City has long be known for its trendsetting ways. Our research investigates everything from vintage fashion for men to couture fashion for women. We look at the publication scene in New York and how magazines like Vice and New York Magazine have contributed to the city’s fashion sense. Finally, we analyze the scope of New York’s influence and how it shapes fashion trends in European, Asian and South American cultures.

Who It's For - Our research will benefit an abundance of professionals and businesses that work in the fashion industry. This includes designers, stylists, photographers, boutiques, retailers, publications and websites dedicated to understanding change in the industry in order to tailor products to consumers’ preferences.

Uncover exciting fashion trends and innovative products gripping New Yorkers and consumers worldwide with the New York Fashion Trend Report.

The New York Fashion Trend Report, last published on May 16, 2014, includes 34 PRO Trends and 308 examples of new york fashion market research and new york fashion consumer trends related to: fashion blogs, New York Fashion Week, hip fashion, style, urban tastemakers and new york fashion trends.

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trend research methodology Methodology - Our new york fashion research is based on Trend Hunter's 308 crowdsourced new york fashion trends and 1,997,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

What You'll Get:
• 34 Page / Slide Presentation New York Fashion PDF Report New York Fashion PPT Report
• 34 Page In-Depth Reading Report New York Fashion PDF Report

Contents:
• 34 New York Fashion PRO Trends
• 308 New York Fashion Examples
• 43 New York Fashion Videos (Online) New York Fashion Videos
• 1,848 New York Fashion Images (Online) New York Fashion Images
• Additional Niche Reports (with a full subscription): Footwear, Watch, Glasses, Handbags, Suit, Photo Editing, Heels, Street Fashion, Swimwear, T-Shirts, Lingerie, Accessories, Bags, Boots, Couture, Denim, Magazine, Ring, Jeans, Leather, Fashion Show, Geek, Dress, Beauty, Space, Cologne, Mascara, Clutch Bag, Jewelry, Ankle Boot and more!



Sample New York Fashion Pro Trends - Each New York Fashion PRO Trend is on its own slide with implications, a quantified score, and examples linked to online new york fashion articles, videos and images. Examples:

3D Printed Clothing Demand for fast fashion gives rise to printed wares for quick distribution Implications - The fast fashion market has quick turnarounds to saturate the market in the latest wares in mere days, but as the globalization of clothing continues, so does the quest to deliver goods even faster. 3D printing has left few areas of production untouched and is being adopted by the fashion industry as a means to digitally send products as opposed to shipping. As online shopping takes more focus off of physical retailers, garment printing is evolving to be a staple process that could enter consumer homes sooner than anticipated for a 'purchase and print' style of shopping.
3D Printed Clothing
Demand for fast fashion gives rise to printed wares for quick distribution
11 Examples + Score + Implications


Social Media Intervention Social media switches tones to push for more in-person socialization Implications - Consumers and brands alike are putting a strong focus back on in-person socialization by creating real-life experiences that are complimented by the use of digital mediums. Brands are offering incentives to get shoppers off the Internet and into stores or experiencing their brands in more immersive ways. Many businesses are realizing that digital and physical strategies are best when paired.
Social Media Intervention
Social media switches tones to push for more in-person socialization
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Social Bartering Providing personal interaction, brands exchange goods for social engagement Implications - As networking and social engagement continues to dominate consumer behaviorism, businesses are turning to methods of online interaction to expand brand recognition in a more personal, and digitally efficient manner. Creating a platform for user involvement, brands are offering discounts and rewards in exchange for interaction on such sites as Twitter and Instagram, speaking to a shift in brand-consumer engagement towards more reciprocal, yet socially integrated methods of day-to-day interaction.
Social Bartering
Providing personal interaction, brands exchange goods for social engagement
7 Examples + Score + Implications


Shopping Autonomy Consumers accustomed to online retail are targeted by sales person-free shops Implications - As consumers become more accustom to shopping online, the inclination to shop alone is stronger than ever, which is being acknowledged by retailers boasting a more autonomous shopping experience with regard to store concept and display design. While the decrease in dependency on sales people saves resources, the reinforcement of shopping autonomy through less interactivity makes the concept of physical retail seem more dated. This move towards less formalized retail ignores older generations who prefer help, but fits perfectly with the Millennial shopper who already know what they want before even entering the store from online research.
Shopping Autonomy
Consumers accustomed to online retail are targeted by sales person-free shops
6 Examples + Score + Implications


Affordable Couture Seeking to broaden appeal, designers turn to collaborations to entice consumers Implications - With high-end fashion often marketed to a very niche and restricted market audience, efforts to expand consumer interest has prompted couture labels to move toward more accessible marketing tactics. In an effort to broaden overall market appeal, haute fashion labels are turning to collaborative projects to create more affordable designs that people of all classes can enjoy. The merging of high and low-end designs allow brands to expand beyond traditional buyers, combining sophisticated aesthetics with the need for more affordable everyday goods.
Affordable Couture
Seeking to broaden appeal, designers turn to collaborations to entice consumers
9 Examples + Score + Implications


Hallucinatory Acceptance Modern raver clothing reflects the emergence of more ornate expression Implications - In an age where brands often feature goods that are similar in nature, consumers are looking to more flamboyant and visually eye-catching forms of expression to better represent their individuality. While neon clothing and psychedelic patterns reflect a once underground raver culture, modern fluorescent styles illustrate a resurgence of that party lifestyle, combining daring ensembles with the need to stand out from the mainstream.
Hallucinatory Acceptance
Modern raver clothing reflects the emergence of more ornate expression
7 Examples + Score + Implications


PLUS 28 more New York Fashion PRO Trends and 308 examples!



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