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VIEW No. 138

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Welcome to 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.

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. 

Approximately 280 pages include inspiring editorials, new material innovations, Pantone coded colour ideas and much more. This issue focuses on AW 2023-24 with REVIEW section of seasons AW 22-23 and SS 23.

VIEW is available in both print and digital. Please note that a watermarked digital version (to protect copyrights) is available for offline use but for the best reading experience, the digital issue requires an internet connection.

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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! 

Publisher David R Shah and the team have decided to create a modern colour-material-trend-magazine where fashion forecasting takes a broader grip. VIEW is here to guide you further into a modern future of fashion and design. Enjoy!

VIEW 138 - THE FORECAST ISSUE AUTUMN/WINTER 2023-24
THE VOLATILE TIMES

The critical question around the wasteful and damaging impact of our industry continues to be wrestled with from many angles, from a slowing down of making and consuming through to sharing and reusing in increasingly inventive ways. Is it time for loud and radical changes and big movements or does this instability prompt us to look back, stay local and much closer to product?

The question of casting our votes for either the metaverse or for reality has never been more feverishly debated. We see new digital frontiers being explored with far-reaching perspectives, where experiments and the embracing of the uncontrolled, open the way to radically new ideas. T

aking sides in anything, as we know, leads only to a closing down of vision, protecting positions and turning away from possibilities. In this menswear season, we are most encouraged and excited by a collaborative spirit and genuine dialogue that is taking place and believe that meaningful and far-reaching shifts will occur when all perspectives are examined in detail and the conversations continue to bounce to and fro in that lively dynamic.

Future of making

Trends that power growth will overwhelm gains associated with new business models and next-generation materials, as newness serves as a constant draw to bring consumers back to sites and stores.

Future of trends

The importance of building a community has always been key to building a successful brand. And we’re seeing a generation that is in search of their community through real emotional connections.

The body as a platform for change

The body is not only a tool of artistic inspiration but also a platform of political denunciation; it questions identity and life itself. The body is a means of conveying not just beauty but a notion that can be seen as proactive and disruptive.

Womenswear messages

Rick Owens declared, “During times of heartbreak, beauty can be one of the ways to maintain faith… We are people who express the best that aesthetics has to offer. And that’s of great social and cultural value.”

Womenswear preview

Design is transforming on multiple levels. We are seeking new paths to the future, new ways of producing, using technologies and working together.

Menswear preview

Trends that power growth will overwhelm gains associated with new business models and next-generation materials, as newness serves as a constant draw to bring consumers back to sites and stores.

Knitwear preview

It’s a season of aesthetic opposites. Smart, clean, and athletic qualities crossover into darker, adaptive gaming wear, while animalic and fur looks blur and reshape silhouettes.

Casual, athleisure and denim preview

Consumers are taking back control, fuelled by the desire for a better world. Casual and athleisurewear reflects this through an eclectic mix of references and experimental approaches empowered by unapologetic self-expression.

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Data sheet

Language
English
Number of pages
285
Issues per year
4
Publication schedule by month
01/03-04/06/10

A selection of the subscribers of products by View Publications:

A – F

AKZO NOBEL, BCBG, BIJENKORF, DISNEY, ELECTROLUX, ESCADA, ESTEE LAUDER, ETRO, FALKE, FISKARS

G – M

GEOX, HEMA, HENNES & MAURITZ, HONDA, IKEA, JOOP! LIVING, KIKO, L-FASHION GROUP, MAX MARA, MERCEDES BENZ, MICROSOFT, MOTOROLA

N – V

NIKE, OPEL, PHILIPS, RITUALS, SAMSUNG DESIGN, SPEEDO, SWAROVSKI, TATA MOTORS, TOMMY HILFIGER, TOKMANNI, VOLVO

W – Z

WOLFORD, ZARA

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