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This report analyses the impact of external and internal influences

This report analyses the impact of external and internal influences on the business strategies of Marks and Spencer (M&S) between 1996 and 2002, and evaluates the factors affecting them. The report basically identifies the main factors affecting the demand for M&S products by analyzing the weaknesses and threats faced by the company. It furthers the […]

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Global Fashion: Who is the Victim?

A typical 14 year old in the U.K. might be wearing an outfit costing �60 in total. What they don’t realize is how that outfit kits them all out in geography. Global fashion is when different parts of the clothing are being made in different countries because it is cheap. This encourages countries to interact. […]

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Change in fashion

In areas of knowledge such as the arts and the sciences, do we learn more from work that follows or that breaks with accepted conventions? ” First of all conventions are a common conformity on or approval of certain practices or attitudes. While accepted conventions are ideas, which are used to refine themselves in order […]

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Science can be illogical

Let’s imagine that we must go from one place to another, which is 1 kilometer away, in 30 minutes. First, we travel half of the way, it means another half is left. 0.5 kilometer is left, so again we travel half of this distance and we see that 0.25 kilometer is left. This task can […]

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To What extent Are We Pressurised By The World Of Fashion?

Everyday, you’re thinking ‘Why cant I just be the most perfect human being in the world? ‘ If you have a wonky nose or you want larger lips you can just ask a surgeon to try and perform miracles to change you. It sounds so straightforward. You don’t need to go on holiday anymore to […]

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Fashion and Art

A controversial debate that has existed for many years, and will probably still be argued for many years to come, is the relatively close relationship that fashion and Art has. People in both the fashion and art industries (or as some artists like to call: ‘art world’) have very mixed opinions and ideas on the […]

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The Face of Fashion

All these culturally assertive forms of rebellion against the White supremacy culminated in what came to be known as the “Zoot Suit” culture in the 1940’s. The zoot suit became a fashion statement and symbol for the minorities in the United States. Aside from the African-Americans, minority groups such as the Mexican-Americans and Filipino-Americans started […]

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The Place Of Motion Graphics And Visual Effects In Fashion

In contemporary computer age, the use of 3D or 4D studio program editor to create visual effects and motion graphics has impacted greatly in the marketing of business across the fashion industry. Motion graphics make use of animation, using advanced 3D or an advance 4D visual software in creating real life scenarios, as those utilized […]

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Women and Shopping

Everyone knows, women are fond of shopping. No matter young single ladies or married mothers, Asian women or European girls. Middle-aged women, single and married, usually go for a high-class afternoon tea on a particular day. Just like what we often see in films, they will only complain about their boyfriends or husbands not giving […]

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