Clothing Retailing - UK - October 2014
Clothing Retailing - UK - October 2014

“As consumers increasingly want more regularly updated clothes, it is becoming more important for retailers to find improved ways of dealing with the challenges of getting clothes to market at an ever quicker pace.”

– Tamara Sender, Senior Fashion Analyst

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Overview

Overview

This report provides in-depth analysis and insight supported by a range of data. At the same time, introductory and top-level content is provided to give you an overview of the issues covered.

Introduction
Executive Summary
Issues and Insights
Trend Application

Market

Market

Mintel provides a range of market information across categories including: forecasting and share information; internal and broader market environment information; and the issues that affect the market in question.

Market Size and Forecast – Consumer Spending on Clothing
Sector Size and Forecast – The Clothing Specialist Sector
Market Environment
Strengths and Weaknesses
Channels of Distribution
Online

Consumer

Consumer

Mintel conducts exclusive and original consumer research for reports, bringing up-to-date and unique insight to topical issues. This research examines the impact of social, economic, cultural and psychological influences on consumers.

The Consumer – Retail Customer Profile Comparison
The Consumer – Where They Shop
The Consumer – How They Shop
The Consumer – Reasons for Shopping at a Particular Retailer
The Consumer – Improving the Shopping Experience
The Consumer – What Would Encourage Consumers to Buy More Online

Brand/Company

Brand/Company

Our brand research provides data and informed analysis across a number of consumer metrics including usage, satisfaction, recommendation, momentum and trust. It also explores consumer attitudes towards brands and examines the reasons behind these.

Brand Research
Who’s Innovating?
Market Shares
Space Allocation Summary
Retail Product Mix
Leading Specialist Retailers
Leading Non-Specialist Retailers
Retail Advertising and Promotion
Arcadia Group
Asda Group
Debenhams
Esprit
The Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group
H&M Hennes & Mauritz
House of Fraser
Grupo Inditex
John Lewis (department store)
Marks & Spencer
Matalan
New Look Group
Next Group
Otto Group (Multichannel Retail)
Primark/Penneys
River Island Clothing Co
Tesco
TJX Europe (TK Maxx)