FASHION BRAND MERCHANDISING
- NOV 26, 2008
Please note that exam/inspection copies and instructor resources are only available to instructors and faculty staff at recognized institutions.
What's in the book
Fashion Brand Merchandising introduces the concepts and practices to help students build, develop, and work with fashion brands. The book includes four parts, each exploring an important facet of fashion brands and the fashion brand process. This text covers how branding and merchandising activities are interrelated and interdependent with respect to marketing fashion-related products. In whatever capacity you engage with fashion brands—marketer, merchandiser, retailer, designer, or student—this text covers what you need to know to work successfully in the industry.
Instructors, contact your Sales Representative for access to Instructor’s Materials.
Table of Contents
Part 1: What are Fashion Brands?
Chapter 1: Fashion Brand Merchandising
Chapter 2: Fashion Brands in the Marketplace
Chapter 3: Fashion Brands and Consumers
Chapter 4: Products, Services, and Fashion Brands
Part 2: Building Fashion Brands
Chapter 5: Planning Fashion Brands
Chapter 6: Elements of Fashion Brands
Chapter 7: Fashion Brand Communication
Chapter 8: Fashion Brand Experiences
Part 3: Developing Fashion Brands
Chapter 9: Changing Nature of Fashion Brands
Chapter 10: Expanding Fashion Brands
Chapter 11: Measuring Fashion Brand Performance
Chapter 12: Fashion Brand Portfolios
Part 4: Working with Fashion Brands
Chapter 13: Organizing the Fashion Brand Team
Chapter 14: Business and Social Issues of Fashion Brands
Chapter 15: Future Trends of Fashion Brands
About The Authors
Gordon T. Kendall is a freelance author and lecturer based in
- Page count:
- Fairchild Books
- 7 x 9 "
- 8 pp colour section