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Welcome to a new VIEW – forecasting with ethical product solution by experts from across the industry appealing to a wide audience that covers brand strategists, designers, manufacturers, retailers and many others.
Change was always on the way, but the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated this. We are looking at a new landscape with new ways of doing things and the VIEW team is ready to adapt and meet these latest demands.
VIEW products are regarded as ‘Bibles of the Textile Industry’. Indeed, they have always prided themselves on their analytical and forecasting abilities hoping to inspire people working in the textile, fashion and lifestyle industry.
View Textile is available in both print and digital. Please note, that the digital issue requires an internet connection, it does not work offline.
Stepping forward, VIEW team have decided to break down old fashion walls and product segmentation by combining the casual and athleisure content base of View2 with the modern-classic content for which Textile View Magazine is so famous. In the newly styled VIEW, we will be looking at ways to action and deliver ideas in a genderless, seasonless and trans-generational manner – all connected to the latest developments in responsible and sustainable manufacturing!
Welcome to a new VIEW MAGAZINE
Forecasting with ethical product solutions by experts across the industry appealing to a wide audience that covers brand strategists, designers, manufacturers, retailers and many others! Larger format to give you the right professional experience.
Publisher David R Shah and the team decided to create a modern colour-material-trend-magazine where fashion forecasting takes a broader grip. The pandemic has changed many perspectives, VIEW is here to guide you further into a modern future of fashion and design. Enjoy!
1. THE ESSENTIALS
The Future of Making and Marketing: An in-depth look into innovative ways of manufacturing, re-thinking business models from a brand’s perspective, problem solving for production, and converting the new-consumer focus on re-worked, upcycled, re-worn and sustainable making into up-to-date, desirable product.
Fabric Headlines: Spotlight on innovations in the textile industry closely linked to our proposed design forecasts and design concepts again underlining relevant developments in responsible products. Womenswear and Menswear: Focus points and indepth information to inspire and give direction to designers and manufacturers for the season ahead, while also setting out important sustainable routings. We source from both an industrial and small quantity base.
- inspirational concepts / the core colours and mixes / suggested silhouettes and styling / trims & accessories / womenswear fabrics / men’s suitings, jacketings and shirtings / men’s and women’s knits and yarns
3. CASUAL & ATHLEISURE
Focus points and in-depth information for the casual, athleisure, sports and denim businesses also highlighting sustainable developments important to the industry. Fabric Headlines: News about innovations in the casual and athleisure sectors closely linked to our design concepts again underlining relevant developments in responsible products. Casual, Denim, Sports & Athleisure for Women and Men: Inspirational concepts behind our proposals. The reason why!
- The core colours and mixes for that concept / suggested silhouettes and styling / core fabrics and trims
4. FORWARD MATTER
We close the magazine with a taste of what’s to come. Our subject matter can range from future design propositions to what’s next in consumer lifestyle.
Publishing dates VIEW 2021
View 133 (Jan 2021) Season: Spring/Summer 2022
View 134 (end March 2021) Season: Autumn/Winter 22/23
View 135 (June 2021) Season: Autumn/Winter 22/23
View 136 (Oct 2021) Season: Spring/Summer 2023