Wednesday, January 8, 2020

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50 Small Business Ideas for Fashionistas

Small Business Trends-Oct. 2, 2017
So, how do you turn your love-affair for fashion into a successful business? ... Get your foot into the fashion industry by manufacturing and marketing belts.
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Streetwear is Helping to Boost Revenues in the Fashion Industry 25, 2017
High-end streetwear helped to boost global sales of luxury personal goods by 5 percent this year to an estimated 263 billion euros ($309 billion), according to ...

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Inside the Millennial Mind of Selena Gomez

The Business of Fashion-Sep. 12, 2017
Earlier this year, Selena's fashion cred was finally cemented when she landed ... IA: Why do you think the fashion industry has become so enamoured with you?
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How Millennial Culture Is Driving the Luxury Kidswear Market

The Business of Fashion-Oct. 13, 2017
Or there's Ivan (@thegoldenfly), aka Lil Kid, son of the designer Natasha Zinko, who made his street style debut at Paris Fashion Week earlier this year.
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Models Speak Out on Poor Conditions

The Business of Fashion-Mar. 29, 2017
... of the bullying, cruelty and discrimination rife in fashion's modelling industry, ... anonymously, offer a rare insight into the dark side of the modeling industry, ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Conceptual-hypothetical model of the question suggests another structural component, namely, the allocation in question to its subject matter and content.
The subject and content of the question is determined by its conceptual structure. There are two levels of the conceptual structure of the question. The first level, when the content of the question is determined by the external, i.e. surface, the value of the essence of the phenomenon; the second level, when the question contains a hidden meaning that reveals its true meaning. Depending on this, changing the nature and content of the response. For example, in the question: "am I Good bought a coat?" get the answer: "No, you need to change the figure", i.e. the answer received to the question, not the first level, and the second, which is, so to speak, deep content and is determined only by the context of the conversation, which is possible only in the process of direct communication. The sociological question we, as a rule, this is not the case (but not fully), because Respondent is unable to set the context of the conversation and for him the meaning and content of the question are determined only by imposing a very broad context.
Therefore, before formulating the question, the researcher needs to determine what kind of information he wants to obtain. And the first thing he should do is to define the subject matter. What is it and how is it different from the content of the question?