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Who Are Millennials

Who Are Millennials
Believe that they have equal responsibility of child care Greater millennialbrand love Compared to 19% of non-millennials 46% of millennials post original photos or video online that they themselves have created Millennials value brands that enhance their lives. New tech must serve a purpose in order be considered "cool" 40% want to participate inco-creation of products and brands 70% feel a responsibility toshare feedback with companiesafter a good or bad experience Want to learn more? Research Like what you see? Insights

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Haute Couture VS Pret-a-Porter ( Ready-to-wear) I have often been asked the same questions —“What’s the difference between Haute Couture and Pret-a-Porter?” When my friends read in the fashion magazine that certain movie star in the Red Carpet with description as “Angelina Jolie in Jean Paul Gaultier” or the other one “Angelina Jolie in John Galliano Couture”. They wondered, “What is the difference?” The difference is “Haute Couture” and “Pret-a-Porter” (or in English translated as “ready-to-wear” or as short form “RTW”) in the fashion industry. The first one means that Angelina Jolie wears ready-to-wear collection from Jean Paul Gaultier while the second one means that she wears the Couture collection from John Galliano. In today’s fashion designer’s world, a lot of popular and influential brands produce basically two categories of clothing.

resources.datanyze What’s the difference between high-performing and underperforming sales organizations? The sales process. According to an HBR survey of sales leaders, 51% of high performing sales organizations had a formal, structured sales process. What is Ready-to-Wear Clothing? There is much to absorb in the fashion world, from understanding designers' styles and seasonal trends to the different terms used to describe types of clothes. The term ready-to-wear is common among fashion circles, but most people do not truly understand what it means. Although consumers can buy ready-to-wear clothing off the racks, typically needing no alteration, there is more to this fashion concept than meets the eye. The ready-to-wear designation applies to everything from discount jeans to designer suits. Understanding ready-to-wear

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