TOP 5 FASHION BRANDS TEXTILE DESIGNERS SHOULD RESEARCH

TOP 5 FASHION BRANDS TEXTILE DESIGNERS SHOULD RESEARCH


Hi, I’m James Brown and welcome to Pattern
Designers. In this video I’m going to walk you through
the top five fashion retailers for textile designers. Kind of, who you want to be researching, who
you want to be … Like you want to know about these people because they’re selling the most
product worldwide. So, that’s what this is for. Be sure to stick around til the end to get
our free textile design cheat sheet. Five, Cotton On. At five, we have Cotton On. Their head office is in Australia. They produce women’s wear, men’s wear, children’s
wear and stationery. They’re based in Europe, UK, US, Asia and
Australia. They have 22,000 employees worldwide. They had 1,500 stores worldwide. Their revenue is two billion Australian dollars. Four, ASOS. At four we have ASOS, a purely online based
retailer. Their head office is in the UK. They produce women’s wear and men’s wear. They ship to 140 countries worldwide. They have 4,000 employees worldwide. They have no stores and their revenue is two
billion pounds. Three, Next. At three we have Next. Their head office is in London, in the UK. They produce women’s wear, men’s wear and
children’s wear. They’re based in Africa, Asia, Europe and
New Zealand. They have 50,000 employees worldwide and they
have 538 stores worldwide. Their revenue 4,000 million US. Two, H&M. At two H&M. Their head office is in Sweden. They produce women’s wear, men’s wear and
children’s wear. They’re based in Europe, UK, US, Asia and
Australia. They have 132,000 employees worldwide and
they hae 4,500 stores worldwide. Revenue is 21 billion US. One, Zara. At one we have Zara Indetex. Their head office is in Spain. They produce women’s, men’s wear and children’s
wear fashion. They’re based in Europe, UK, US, Asia and
Africa. They employ 160,000 people. They have 2,250 stores worldwide and their
revenue is 16 billion US dollars. So now you’ve got a bit of an insight into
the top five fashion retailers for textile designers. Be sure to keep an eye on the graphics on
their garments because this will help you decide what direction to take your artwork
in. These guys sell the most product worldwide. So, it’s an easy avenue to knowing what’s
the right artwork to fit their garment. You might not necessarily be selling directly
to these people. You might be selling to people who are a bit
smaller than them. But, they’re going to be taking note from
these guys because they’re the biggest and the best. The free textile design cheat sheet is in
the description and be sure to like this video, subscribe to our channel and leave a comment,
why don’t you? I’ll see you in the next video. See ya.

6 Replies to “TOP 5 FASHION BRANDS TEXTILE DESIGNERS SHOULD RESEARCH”

  1. Thanks for this overview! I have a friend who is a textile designer and now I feel like I could discuss this with her.

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