6 Fashion bags to Follow This Season for Retailers

Branded bags and quality luggage has arrived! Now is the time when every little detail- from a dainty hairpin to the right bag is vital to look modern. With the growing influence of fashion consciousness and rising expendable incomes, bags have become a status symbol.

The global luggage and leather goods industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.5% during 2014-2019. The total retail sales value of the Indian luggage market alone is forecast to be about 1.87 billion U.S. dollars in 2015.

This shows just how much evolution the modern consumer has gone through, in terms of international travel, economic growth and industrial innovation. At IntelligenceNODE, we have the privilege of following popular trends, leading us to comprehend popular consumer behavior. And as a retailer, we think that these insights will be very useful to you.

We generally come across 4 main types of “bag people…”

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The “Fringe” fever and how a retailer can make the most of it?

Remember those Wild West movies where the cowgirls wore jackets and boots with fringes? Or go back to the Native Indian Americans- I remember watching even Disney’s Pocahontas dressed in a fringed skirt! And let’s not forget the old Bollywood flicks- where the villain would be dressed in a fringed shift jacket- and a head scarf or hat- so you cannot know his identity!

The “fringe” is back now- on the runways and the streets. Boots, jackets, dresses, clutches, sleeves, pants, everything seems fringed. The London and New York Fashion Weeks brought the “fringe” back into our lives this year.

The fringe has great potential, as the fashion makers have realized! We saw fringe all over the spring 2015 runways and now it has made an appearance at big shows like Ralph Lauren Polo and Mara Hoffman. While BCBG showed off the trend in a more dressed down way, Bibhu Mohapatra infused fringe on evening gowns, making it a great trend to try for a cocktail party or wedding.

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