Now a prosperous nation with an eye for quality and dressing bang on trend, Poles are craving more individuality and opulence in their wardrobes.
From perks for the pampered to deliveries to the wilderness, Indonesia’s retailers are pulling out all the stops to attract a growing number of fashion consumers.
Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya may be North African neighbours, but their fashion markets are running at distinctly different speeds.
In the latest instalment of Market GPS, Robb Young examines Ukraine, a market going through a period of major transition.
In this next instalment of Market GPS, BoF examines Vietnam, a land of contradictions, where a single-party communist state doesn’t mean a capitalist’s fortune can’t be made by brands ready to expect the unexpected and take a cautious, careful and flexible approach.
In the next instalment of Market GPS, BoF examines Kazakhstan, the undisputed goliath of Central Asia.
The Philippines has long been overshadowed by its larger neighbours and underestimated by international fashion brands. Now the country is reporting faster economic growth than China. BoF reports.