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Global market review of denim and jeanswear - forecasts to 2020

NEW YORK, July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global market review of denim and jeanswear – forecasts to 2020


Whether we buy for functionality, authenticity or fashionability, our love affair with denim continues.

In this latest edition of the denim and jeanswear report, just-style has combined the idea of fashionability with price, in the form of a price-fashion matrix which we believe is central to understanding why and how consumers buy their jeans.

Also in this edition, just-style has created a breakdown of the world market in 2014 at retail by price segment. It provides world and regional retail headline figures.The just-style time line charts retail sales of denim jeans from 2007 to 2020.

Unsurprisingly it is Asia specifically which will see the greatest market growth but the extent of the forecasts will, perhaps surprise.

The report goes on to study the complex logic of the most common jeans supply chain models and how the supply chain model is changing in 2014. It reviews manufacturing facts and figures, denim weaving and denim weaving capacity, alternative materials and technology.

With a general look at jeans and denim trends, this report certainly provides a comprehensive insight into one of the most popular of apparel categories. Whatever the challenges the industry may face, it's future seems certain as consumers continue to demand this comfortable, hard wearing and iconic garment.

Executive summary

Jeans in the consumer's wardrobe
Consumer attitudes to jeans and the price-fashionability matrix
Price segments and the world retail jeans market
World and regional retail headline figures
World and regional retail growth rates
Most common jeans supply chain models
Denim weaving and denim weaving capacity
Denim mills around the world
Fashion trends unravelled
Long term trends and industry influences
Man made fibres
Fabric weaving
Today's supply chain model
The consumer

Chapter 1 Characteristics of the denim and jeans market
Blue jeans and Levi Strauss
Potted Denim History
Jeans in the consumer's wardrobe
Serge de Nimes, or Jeans from Genoa

Chapter 2 The jeans consumer
Jeans, the universal garment
Price-fashionability matrix
Price segments and the world retail jeans market

Chapter 3 Jeans at retail, facts and figures
Approach to quantifying the jeans market
Geographical world regions
World retail headline figures, reasons and comments

North American retail headline figures, reasons and comments
European retail headline figures, reasons and comments
Asian retail headline figures, reasons and comments
South American retail headline figures, reasons and comments
Rest of the World retail headline figures, reasons and comments
Marketing summary for jeanswear brand and retail executives

Chapter 4 Jeans brands, facts and figures
Value added in the denim and jeans industry, the supply chain logic
Brands in the global jeans market

Chapter 5 Manufacturing facts and figures
Extending the supply chain model backwards
Retail, wholesale, and manufacturing world value estimates for 2014

Chapter 6 Denim weaving, facts and figures
Denim mis-information
Denim weaving capacity methodology
Denim weaving capacity
Denim mills around the world
Other European countries

Chapter 7 just-style retail market time line
Re-evaluation of previous market estimates
The just-style time line
World retail sales
North America retail sales
Europe retail sales
Asia retail sales
South America retail sales
Rest of the World retail sales
Time line expressed as a % of the world total
Cumulative growth % rates
Jeans units and fabric metres
From 2014 up to 2020, the unit increases are
Caveat on jeans estimates

Chapter 8 Jeans and denim trends
Fashion trends unravelled
Long term trends and industry influences

Chapter 9 Fibres
Man made fibres
Alternative natural fibres
Nano technology

Chapter 10 Fabric weaving
Product development issues
Siting of denim weaving capacity
The organic trend as an opportunity to raise average denim prices
Organic, but at a price

Chapter 11 Garment manufacturing
Potential supply chains
Most common jeans supply chain models
Today's supply chain model
Current supply chain management methods
Chapter 12 Brands
The death of brands
Predictions of brand death may be premature
The alternative may be brand proliferation
Chapter 13 Product, retail and the consumer

List of tables
Table 1 World jeans market, 2014, in price segments
Table 2 Current exchange rates
Table 3 World denim market values, retail price, units and growth, 2007-2020
Table 4 North American denim market values, retail price, units and growth, 2007-2020.
Table 5 European denim market values, retail price, units and growth, 2007-2020.
Table 6 South American denim market values, retail price, units and growth, 2007-2020.
Table 7 Rest of the World denim market values, retail price, units and growth, 2007-2020.
Table 8 Supply chain pricing models
Table 9 Jeans Supply Chain Value Added, Retail and Brands, 201425
Table 10 Denim weaving capacity 2014
Table 11 Jeans sales to consumers at the retail "price on the ticket", 2007-2020
Table 12 Jeans sales % share to consumers at the retail "price on the ticket", 2007-2020
Table 13 Market value growth, expressed as a factor of 2014=100, 2007-2020
Table 14 Cumulative growth % rates, 2007-2020
Table 15 Jeans sales in units, 2007-2020

List of figures
Figure 1 Price-Fashion Matrix for Jeans, Consumer Attitudes
Figure 2 The Supply Chain, Producer to Consumer
Figure 3 The Five Forces Theory
Figure 4 Integrating forwards and backwards
Figure 5 The Egg-Timer and the Kite

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