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  • Jeans - 1658 Words
    Carolina Laksono Kim Christensen Anthro 121AC December 2013 Jeans and The Blue Denim In Japan, people have kimono, in China, they have cheongsam as a long dress with a high collar and slit skirt that traditionally worn by Chinese women, and in USA, people have jeans as their fashion identity. Fundamentally, jeans can be described as blue denim and it is very functional, durable, and mainstream in the public. Every facet of American society has worn jeans since 160 years ago. The...
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  • Blue Jeans - 259 Words
    There’s More to a Pair of Jeans than You Thought Jeans are pants and a world icon for the casual look. It has been so far for decades. I t is known for its comfort and many different styles of fitting. It’s now available in many different colours but perhaps the most famous one is blue jeans. There’s more to a pair of jeans than you thought. Most of you probably think that jeans are just made in factories by machines, but that is certainly not the case. For starters, the brass wire that makes...
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  • Lee Jeans - 365 Words
    Parent Company VF Corporation Category Apparel and accessories Sector Lifestyle and Retail Tagline/ Slogan A Lee is you; A Lee Dont Lie; Own the moment USP A company which has rich heritage, Innovative designs and socially responsible organization. STP Segment Men and Women who want to wear stylish and innovative jeans at an affordable price. Target Group Young urban men and women from the upper middle class Positioning A...
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  • Baggy Jeans - 1801 Words
    Teresa Bradshaw-Grace Social Argument and Research Project August 8th, 2012 Baggy Pants: Criminal Wardrobe or Fashion Statement? I turned 40 years old in May. I took some time to reminisce with my 12 year old son about times and trends I have witnessed in my life. As always, his curiosity is centered on politics, music and fashion. Our conversation was entertaining as I told him about bell bottoms, Fat Albert, AC/DC, the beginning of hip hop, and finally: the birth of baggy pants...
    1,801 Words | 6 Pages
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  • Denim Jeans - 1661 Words
    Denim jeans were originally created for the workers in the 18th century. The original idea behind the jean was to offer protection to the plantation workers. The jean material was extremely strong and worked as a means to protect the workers bodies from harm. The jeans were a deep indigo in color and worked well due to the fact that because the color was so dark, the jeans did not fade quickly. As jeans made their way through the eras of the western times, World War 2, the rebel stage and the...
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  • Premium Jeans - 1087 Words
    PrSummary: This case study talks about the slowdown in the premium jeans market. The first slowdown was in 2007, after that time premium jeans never the same. Between 2008 and 2010 the premium denim prices fell 10-15 percent over this time period. There were different tactics these premium denim designers including 7 for mankind, True Religion, Diesel, Joe Jeans and Levi Strauss tried to attempt to maintain their positions. Some did this by lowering the price of jeans, creating lower priced...
    1,087 Words | 3 Pages
  • Marketing Project (Jeans) - 2592 Words
     November 22, 2012 Introduction Born and raised in Los Angeles, Paige Premium Denim is one of the world's leading denim brands with its signature "perfect fit" and unmatched variety of styles that flatter the body....
    2,592 Words | 7 Pages
  • Case Analysis Pepe Jeans
    Case: PEPE JEANS Questions: Acting as an outside consultant,what would you recommend that Pepe do?Given the data in the case, perform a financial analysis to evaluate the alternatives that you have identified.(Assume that the new inventory could be valued at six weeks' worth of the yearly cost of sales.Use a 30 percent inventory carrying cost rate).Calculate a payback period for each alternative. Option 2 with an ROI of 5 weeks and increased PBT would be the preferred alternative. (ROI...
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  • Grand Jean Case Study
    Answer no. Case 1 Grand Jean Company stored in: Article Description from the company’s overall goals, What is the purpose company with the overall goals and 25 divisional marketing manager implementing manufacturing? In the case of 4-6 (grand jean Co.) that describes the company as a whole has the main goal is profit oriented, namely to provide a fashion product (jean) with how to produce various kinds of jean model by increasing the production capacity on the principles of efficiency, the...
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  • Guess Jeans: Merchandizing Plan
    GUESS JEANS ASSIGNMENT DAVID DIEZ MAFED 2012 Sales (units) Mens Collection Kni ts Pa nts Swea ters Ja cket Shi rts Acces s ori es Total % sales Initial % cumulativ Styles e 39% 75% 88% 94% 99% 100% 69 78 33 42 32 11 265 SKUs Production Styles SKUs % on total Cancellation Cancelled Cancelled Units sold/ Units sold/ SKUs rate-SKUs styles SKUs style sku offered (%) 38% 26% 16% 9% 8% 3% 100% 15 24 7 19 11 3 79 133 264 57 142 100 22 718 27% 51% 27% 63% 58% 47% 43% 2294 2069 1605 718 762 509...
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  • C2 Bell Jeans Bhd
    Case 2 Bell Jeans Berhad Bell Jeans Berhad was founded in the mid-sixties. The firm survived several lean years and economic recessions largely as the result of the market durability of its dominant product—blue denim jeans. Bell Jeans had been a market leader with "wash-and-wear," bell-bottom and flare jeans, and modern casual pants. By 2009 it was one of Malaysia’s largest clothing manufacturers. It offered a wide variety of dress and fashion jeans for both men and boys and a complete line of...
    1,843 Words | 7 Pages
  • Grand Jean Company - 1071 Words
    Introduction: Founded in the 19th century, the Grand Jean Company survived the large economy crises in 1929. It became one of the largest clothing companies in the world around 1989. Its main products are pants for men and boys. But also women pants are produced there. With the “wash-and-wear”, bell-bottom and flare leans and modern casual pants, the company was market leading. The company owns 25 plants for manufacturing with an output capacity of 20.000 pants per week. However, this...
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  • Wrangler Jeans Advertisement Analysis
    Brianna Thompson Ms.Rodriguez English 2 Pre-IB April 26, 2013 Advertisement Analysis: Wrangler© Jeans From construction workers to high fashion models, jeans are or have been worn by practically every person that you may come across today in life. To match these people’s needs there is a plethora of ways in which jeans are styled and shaped. This variety is good for a person who has an assortment of styles and looks, but is not really good for your “average Joe” who is just looking for a...
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  • Marketing: Jeans and Levi Strauss
    MKT 501 CASE STUDY INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING TRIMESTER 1- 2011 TOPIC: THE GLOBAL MARKETING ENVIROMENT LEVIS: AIMING AT THE ECHO BOOMERS NAME: Janice Joytika Kumari ID#: 2009004213 Questions: 1. What actors and forces in Levi Strauss & Company’s microenvironment and macro environment have affected its marketing position? (5marks) Aspects of marketing environment are microenvironment and macro environment: Microenvironment: Actors close to the company e.g....
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  • History of Denim Jeans - 1618 Words
    History of the Fornication Pants Jeans today are much more than a simple item of clothing; they are a staple, a comfort and an identity. They are not a piece of clothing that is unique to one culture or society; jeans are jeans no matter where you are. Jeans have transcended nationality, race and even war, and yet they are still one of the most ordinary parts of our lives. What many people take for granted is that Jeans have become such a part of their everyday lives that they...
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  • The Invention of Blue Jeans - 423 Words
    In 1873 blue jeans were invented by a well known man named Levi Strauss. Blue jeans became popular for farmers and workers, because they were tougher and less likely to rip. Many Americans wore jeans for comfort, too. A 24-year-old German immigrant named Levi Strauss departed from New York with little supply of dry materials. He also had the intention of opening an extension of his brother's New York business that he was bringing to San Francisco. Strauss did not want to be a prospector, so he...
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  • Lucky Brand Jeans - 469 Words
    Lucky Brand Jeans is a brand rooted in the hippie culture of the 1970’s and rock and roll. Lucky is for the customer who is more of a free spirit and identifies with the bohemian and hippie style reflected in the clothing. Lucky Brand Jeans are known for their great fit and vintage inspired look, as well as the signature “Lucky You” on the fly of all their jeans. Lucky Brand incorporates a sense of humor into their products that reflects the casual, easy going look of all their clothes. Most of...
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  • Pepe Jeans Case - 435 Words
    Pepe Jeans Case The main advantage of Pepe not carrying inventory is obviously the cost savings, as it is usually not efficient or cost effective for that matter, to carry excess inventory. The downside is not having enough pairs of jeans on hand to ship to stores when demand is high. An inventory would help alleviate this. The six month lead time is both an advantage and disadvantage for Pepe. The long lead time is positive in that once a retailer places an order, they only have a week...
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  • Levi Jeans Case Study
    Case Study: Managing by Values, is Levi-Strauss’ Approach Visionary – or Flaky? FOR 360/560 Will global consumers buy Levi products because of the company’s dedication to a diverse workforce? Yes, I believe consumers will buy Levi products because of the company's dedication to a diverse workforce. People are able to relate the the workers creating the jeans they are wearing. Levi management exemplifies a directness, openness to influence, commitment to the success of...
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  • Rhetoric of Blue Jeans - 681 Words
    “Blue Jeans” by Fred Davis talks about denim jeans, their creation about 700 years ago, and how since then this item of apparel has served as a form of expression. Jeans were and still are made from sturdy indigo- dyed cotton cloth. Before the 60’s one did not see blue jeans on everyone, in the 30’s and 40’s painters and artist were the main consumers, and in the 50’s the denim trend spread to hoodlums and motorcyclist. Not until the 60’s did jeans become universally worn, crossing all genders,...
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  • Media; Levi Jeans Campaign
    Why in your opinion, was the Levi Strauss 501 campaign so successful? The Levi Strauss 501 advertising campaign was so successful in 1984-1990 as it attracted the typical American teens selling independence, sexuality and physical good looks, representing the perfect figure and body. It illustrated a complete lifestyle to the teenagers world. Admiring the fantasy of idols James Dean and Marlon Brando, all connecting to the Levi guys (jeans) in the adverts, giving the impression of a...
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  • Implementation True Religion Jeans
    Implementation: True Religion Brand Jeans True Religion Brand Jeans is a relatively new company, establishing itself in late 2002, and taking denim in a new direction. Just over three years old, the company has capitalized on the latest Hollywood trends and narrowed their target market to the likes of celebrities and high fashion ‘gurus' who don't seem to mind forking out $400 for a pair of jeans. Currently, True Religion's strategy is through differentiation of their product through...
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  • Pepe Jean Case - 850 Words
    Acting as an outside consultant, what would you recommend that Pepe do? Give the data in the case, perform a financial analysis to evaluate the alternatives that you have identified( Assume that the new inventory could be valued as six week;s worth of the yearly cost of sales. Use a 30 percent inventory carrying cost rate.) Calculate a pay-back period for each alternative. In this case, Pepe Jeans has enjoyed considerable financial success with its current business model. However, on the...
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  • Case Study Grand Jean Company
    Presenting A Case Study for MANAGEMENT PLANNING & CONTROL SYSTEM Submitted to Faculty of Management Studies Masters in Business Administration (Faculty of Management Studies) 2012 - 2015 Submitted to: Dr. Rakesh.Manocha Submitted by: Hoshang Bhesania (07) Zulfiqar Vohra (40) Mihir Yadav (42) Jemin Shah (24) The Grand Jean Company Case Overview: Case of Mr.. Wicks a VP who is an Overgrown Plant Manager Contents *An Introduction of Grand Jean Company *Questions-Answers *Company Background...
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  • Blue Jeans - American Cultural Artifact
    Cultural Artifact Essay – Blue Jeans Introduction Blue jeans in the last thirty years have attained such world wide popularity that they have come to be considered an American icon. However jeans have not always been held in high stead, but rather have had a troubled history including its beginnings within the working class movement, being considered unsavory by religious leaders and also seen as a rebellious statement about ‘western decadence’. According to the University of...
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  • Internal Analysis on Instagram and Lee Jeans
    INTERNAL ANALYSES Mission and vision Mission Instagram We are not building a product but we are trying to solve problem for people, which end up becoming a business and product. Features or minor tweaks would have been brought up from problems an entrepreneur wants to solve. What problems are we trying to solve? 1. You want to find information of something you capture with your phone not the keyword for search (sometimes you don't even know what to the keywords are) 2. You want...
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  • Retail Buying Behaviour- Ck Jeans vs Armani Exchange
    Retail Buying Behaviour Group Written Report Group Members: Andrew Lee Sherri Chan Jesselyn Tsao Kimberly Goh Soh Si Min Wilson Tay Table of Contents 1. Executive Summary 3 2. Introduction 4 2.1 Objectives of Report 5 2.3 Background 5 2.2 Methods of Investigation 6 3. 1 Analysis and Comparison of cK Jeans and A|X 6 3.1.1 Overview of Product Ranges 6 3.1.2 Description of Outlets 7 3.1.3 Marketing Campaigns 8 3.1.4 Staff Dressing and Service Standards 9 3.2...
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  • Levi Jeans: Showing What Women Are Made of: an Advertisement Analysis
    Many women believe Mary Kay Ashe said it best when she observed, “While clothes may not make the woman, they certainly have a strong effect on her self-confidence — which, I believe, does make the woman.” ( This observation simply means that a woman’s appearance can have a tremendous influence on how she really views herself. Two advertisements from the world famous Levi’s Jean Company portrays this concept of self. One advertisement from a Seventeen magazine published in...
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  • Levi's marketing strategy in relation to Type I Jeans model.
    The Marketing Plan. 1. Executive summary. 2. SWOT analysis. 3. Objectives and issues. 4. Marketing strategy. 5. Marketing mix - 4 P's - product, price, place, and promotion. 6. Action programmes. 7. Appendices. 1. Executive summary. 1. Analyse Levi's targeting of the jeans market with respect to: - product - price - place - promotion 2. Using independent quantitative survey to analyse and compare the validity of Levi's marketing strategy in respect of market segmentation and...
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  • Levi's Case Study - 431 Words
    Levi Strauss in the US (Part A): Fading Denim? Abstract: Levi Strauss, the original blue jeans manufacturer and largest apparel manufacturer till the 1990s, has been steadily losing market share in the US since 1996. Levi was also said to have been sloppy in terms of keeping up with the latest trends in fashion and hence was taken over by competitors such as Tommy Hilfiger, VF, Gap. Part A of the case talks about this phase of Levi, from its birth. The case highlights the period in Levi’s...
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  • Stewart Leather jacket OLD GLORY Hand made in ITALY.
    LEVI´S® VINTAGE CLOTHING 1947 501 BING CROSBY CUSTOMIZED Levi's® Vintage Clothing1947 501xx Bing Crosby Customized, These customized 1947 501® jeans were produced to accompany the Bing Crosby Tuxedo Jacket, designed for Crosby after he was denied entrance into a Canadian hotel because he and his friend were dressed completely in denim. The characteristics of the jeans are similar to the original 1947 501xx® except for the outer seams that have been busted out and re-hemmed to resemble the...
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  • Fashion throughout the decades - 853 Words
    Fashion throughout the Decades Interest: I chose to look at fashion and how it has changed and developed through the decades. Fashion up until the 1960’s varied widely. The 1960’s specifically were known as the “Flower Power” era, or the hippie movement. One of the social youth groups preceding the Flower Power era was referred to as the rockers. The rockers were a group of younger generations who typically wore black clothing such as leather jackets. Their style is echoed in greatly in the...
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  • Levi’s Personal Pair Case
    Re: The Levi’s Personal Pair Proposal Issues: This main issue facing Levi’s is whether or not their company should take on the joint venture with Custom Clothing Technology Corporation to produce a pair of jeans with a superior fit compared to off the rack jeans. Analysis: When you are looking for a pair of jeans, there are a couple of things that are very important to the customers. Price is obviously an important factor but where Levi’s creates value is by providing the customer with a...
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  • Levi's Dockers - 12074 Words
    ... DOCKERS: CREATING A SUB-BRAND1 INTRQDUCTION , . . . . In the spring of 1985,Levi Strauss & Co. (LS&Co.) was.flush with,its success in the blue jeans market. The company's star campaign, called "501 Blues," had recently brought new vitality to the company after several faded expansions into other apparel market segments in the earlier part of the decade. Confident in the wake of 501's success, the company was contemplating its next steps when research revealed a decline in...
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  • creation of denim bag portfolio
     MASON HALL SECONDARY TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION TOPIC: CHALLENGE and context GROUP 2 MEMBERS: STEPHON EDWARDS MICHAEL JOHN rea mangaroo ian paul TABLE OF CONTENS 1. CHALLENGE ,CONTEXT 2. INTRODUCTION 3. SOLUTIONS,chosen solution 4. advantages an disadvantages 5. developmental procedures 6. testing 7. evaluation 8. reference context garments can be damaged in many DIFFERENT WAYS such as stains, poor laundering techniques and...
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  • Levis Strauss - 1607 Words
    Executive Summary: Levi Strauss & Co is a Global Denim company that has been operating for over 100 years. During the period of 1990-98 they suffered an incredible loss of market share to its competitors. Levi’s failed to change their marketing and advertising strategies to compensate for this change. Alternative choices to Denim as well contributed to this loss. By 2008 Levi’s had decided to re-launch their original jean the 501 on a global scale. They created one fit that will be sold...
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  • MYP Enhanced Assignment - 361 Words
    MYP Enhanced Assignment Unit 1 1. Conditional: If it is warm outside, then it is sunny. Converse: If it is sunny, then it is warm outside. True Inverse: If it is not warm outside, then it is not sunny. False Contrapositive: If it is not sunny outside, then it is not warm outside. False 2. Conditional: If a pair of pants are made of denim, then they are jeans. Converse: If a pair of pants are jeans, then they are made of denim. True Inverse: If a...
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  • Levi and Strauss & Co - 831 Words
    Levi Strauss & Co. is a flourishing business. Since the early days, it has been a leader in the garment industry. The original and most famous Levi Strauss product is blue jeans. Jeans have become desirable and even fashionable clothing for not only miners, farmers, and cowboys, but also for movie stars, executives, women, children, and teenagers from all over the world. Throughout its history, however, the company has researched and developed a number of other products. The company now markets...
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  • Branded vs Non Branded
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Western wear taking Indian apparel market by storm A slight slowdown in economic growth and a depreciating rupee value had minimal effect on growth in either the value or volume of apparel sales throughout the 2006-2011 review period. The influence of Western wear infiltrating the Indian culture remained one of the biggest driving factors boosting growth in volume sales. More people are travelling abroad much more frequently and becoming exposed to Western fashion. The...
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  • Levi Case - 2977 Words
    The case of Levi Strauss (1) Who doesn’t know Levi’s, the American blue jeans icon known all over the world? Today, Levi’s is one of the world’s largest brand-name companies in the blue jeans and casual pants markets. Its products are sold under the Levi’s, Dockers and Levi Strauss Signature brands. While Levi’s conveys an image of quality and innovation, the brand is mostly recognized for its status as the original pioneer brand among international customers. With sales in more than...
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  • Levis Strauss Canada Holding an Ember: the Gwg Brand
    Q1.Why do consumers buy jeans? What is the buying decision based on? - Jeans were invented in 1873 by Levy Strauss. Consumers’ perceptions about jeans are following: 1. Durable and extra strong-In terms of durability Jeans are considered more durable than other fabric pants .This extra strong image attracts customers for the feel of rough and tough personality. 2. Symbol of rebellion :Blue jeans were adopted as a workers’ jeans and in the 1950 they became a symbol of rebellion when stars...
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  • Popular Culture - 3670 Words
    HSC STUDY BUDDY HSC Depth Study: Popular Culture  Course Concepts • • • • • • • Access Ideology Socialisation Conflict Change Consumption Globalisation • • • • • • • Institutional Power Continuity Self Influence Mythology Identity Media Identifying Four Distinguishing Characteristics of Popular Culture Association with Commercial Products • Popular culture is about making money • All populr culture thrives on...
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  • Introduction 7 for All Mankind
    About The Brand History 7 For All Mankind is one of the first luxury denim labels in the market, the name is based on the idea that the average person owns 7 pairs of jeans at any given time (often referred to simply as Seven, Seven Jeans or 7FAM), was created by two denim designers, Dahan and Glasser, who had worked in the apparel industry for years. The company was created in response to what they saw as a void in the contemporary denim market. Focusing on women's denim lovers, the company’s...
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  • Diesel Business Plan - 3706 Words
    [BUSINESS PLAN ASSIGNMENT] | | Creating your own brand jeans We are going to introduce a business where we with the help of recognized jeans brands all over the world will give ordinary people a chance of creating their own pair of jeans, but still maintaining the quality and the status that the specific brand maintain for their customers. We will basically be a jeans selling store but with a niche that we introduce our customers to “custom made” jeans instead of the regular ones. We...
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  • Porter's 5 Forces of Levis
    Porter’s Five Forces Levi’s Strauss Power of buyers is high. * Even though Levi’s is a hallowed name in the market, the power of buyers is relatively high considering the fact that they can easily change to other brands. * Switching cost is low. * Power of buyer is high because the product is standardized. Power of suppliers is low. * Competition within manufacturer is high since it is mass-produced. * Manufacturer is located in many third world countries:...
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  • Denim Tech Pack - 626 Words
    Product Overview Product ID Segment Product_Type Pepe Jeans BOYS Denim Style No. Family Collection Size Range Fabric 5443 Cotton Twill Denim 14 oz. Finish PJL 8-2209 CASUAL WEAR CROSS WAY 28,30,32,34,36 Rinsed wash Season/Year Brand Gen Art Name Sample Size Status SUMMER 2008 PEPE Jeans CROSS WAY SIMPLE 34 Buyer PJL Sourcing Designer Tech Designer Bombay Rayon Vikram VAIBHAV DESCRIPTION 5 Pocket Jeans in 14 oz. denim with stitched detail on rear pockets and rinsed wash Created Date...
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  • Swot Analysis - 322 Words
    SWOT Analysis The name says it: Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, and Threat. A SWOT analysis guides you to identify the positives and negatives inside your organization and outside of it, in the external environment. Developing a full awareness of your situation can help with both strategic planning and decision-making. In this TMA we will discuss the SWOT analysis of Levi Strauss & Co. SWOT analysis of Levi Strauss & Co. Strengths * | Weakness * Become smaller after...
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  • Current Fashion - 842 Words
    Fashion is always something every person has their own opinion about. She likes this, he hates that or a whole group of people like one particular item and it becomes a trend. No matter what peoples’ opinions are, most trends seem to circulate back into style every once in a while. Skinny jeans, sagging, and pencil skirts are fashion trends we can all say we run into at some time or another whether wearing them or seeing them on others. Skinny jeans have been around since the 1950’s, most...
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  • Levi's History - 2053 Words
    Levi Strauss & Co. (LS&CO) Levi Strauss & Co. (LS&CO) is a privately held clothing company known worldwide for its Levi's brand of denim jeans. It was founded in 1853 when Levi Strauss came from Bavaria, Germany to San Francisco, California to open a west coast branch of his brothers' New York dry goods business. Although the company began producing denim overalls in the 1870s, modern jeans were not produced until the 1920s. The company briefly experimented (in the 1970s) with employee...
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  • Denim - 1913 Words
    Introduction Denim is more than just a cotton fabric it inspires strong opinions within the hearts of designers, teenagers, winter, bloggers, historians and about many others worldwide. From the 17th Century to the present denim has been woven, used and discarded, made into upholstery, pants, worn as symbolism of hard honest work. It has been used as the expression of angry rebellion and worn by American cowboys. The origin of denim has been a debate among historians and scholars for many...
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  • Jeaning in America - 2076 Words
    Jeaning in America • Though jeans are widely popular among everyone • Students to non-students and equally widespread among older age groups. • So thinking about jeans is as good a way as any to begin a book on popular culture. • Jeans are a supremely functional garment, comfortable, tough, sometimes cheap, and requiring “low maintenance” • The functionality of jeans is the precondition of their popularity, but does not explain it. • In particular, it does not...
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  • Miss fortune in My New School Story
    Misfortune in my new school Arshia Amali I woke up by the blue jays singing by the tree beside my bedroom window. I got dressed in my blue jeans and my Adidas sweater. As I went downstairs my mom had a big breakfast set out on the round table. I sat down and as I started gobbling down the pancakes my brother joined us. We cleaned off the table and I took my backpack and put on my jacket to go out for school. My brother ‘Matt’ following right behind me. I and he decided to take the shortcut...
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  • Swot Analaysis Levis - 1016 Words
    SWOT Analysis Levi Strauss & Co Levi Strauss & Co is world’s most successful brand of clothing. Founded in 1853 by Bavarian immigrant Levi Strauss, Levi Strauss & Co. is one of the world's largest brand-name apparel marketers with sales in more than 110 countries. There is no other company with a comparable global presence in the jeans and casual pants markets. Its market-leading apparel products are sold under the Levi's®, Dockers® and Levi Strauss Signature® brands. Levi's®: Invented in...
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  • Changing Fashions - 375 Words
    Changing Fashions Fashions come and go and change rapidly with the years. Fashions come into style, then go out because people love change, variety and new things. No one wants to wear or use something that’s considered to be old. With the constant changing in the ideas of man, changes in style, manners, and attitude come about. When new fashions are established, it spreads very quickly, mainly among young teens and adults. The youth are more aware of what is going on in the society today –...
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  • Levis - 1988 Words
    LEVIS B. TABLE OF CONTENT TITLE PAGE Introduction 3 Findings 4-6 Conclusion 7 Recomendation 8 References 9 INTRODUCTION What is your choice for blue jeans? The answer is LEVIS. The inventor of the American garment the blue jeans were born in Buttenheim, Bavaria on February 29, 1829, name is Levi Strauss. Levi Strauss emigrated to San Francisco at the end...
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  • Eassay - 451 Words
    Would it be right to be told how you have to wear your clothes? You're not naked or showing skin but your not allowed to do certain things because of how you choose to wear your pants, but none the less you are told what to do. Within the last two decades, sagging pants have become one of the most controversial fashion trends in the United States. The opinions of how society feels about this trend can be divided into two groups. People who are in favor of sagging pants say that the style is...
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  • "A Change of Heart" Essay
    A Change of Heart I was only fourteen years old. The time had come for me to make a decision, to choose between two destinies. It was the time for me to decide whether I would maintain the plain look and keep my mom jeans, or whether I would ditch those loser jeans and go with the sleek skinny jeans. Though most people wouldn’t consider this a matter worth debating over, it reached the highest of my concerns. Knowing the knowledge that we live in a judgmental world, a place where people judge...
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  • Levi Strauss Marketing Plan
    Levi Strauss Marketing Plan Keller Graduate School of Management – Online MM522 Final Draft Executive Summary Levi Strauss & Co. is a privately held clothing company founded in 1853. It is the global leader in denim jeans in more than 110 countries in which it markets its products. The company is also one of the world’s largest branded apparel companies in which it designs and markets jeans, casual wear, and related accessories for men, women, and children under the Levi’s®,...
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  • Everone Has a Story - 813 Words
    Maria Cornejo English 101 09/09/13 Everyone Has a Story Every Sunday morning, since I can remember, we got up around 7 a.m. and drove 25 minutes into downtown Cincinnati for church service. It was a cold early Sunday morning in autumn of 2010 when I first saw a man, who I would later get to know, named Kevin Moyer. Church was just about to begin, so needless to say my dad was in a hurry to get inside and find a seat. As I scattered to get out of the car and fix my messy hair, I saw out of...
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  • 90'S - 1433 Words
    Fashion by Decade 80 90 00 I n the 1980s, rising pop star Madonna proved to be very influential to female fashions. She first emerged on the dance music scene with her “street urchin” look—short skirts over leggings, necklaces, rubber bracelets, fishnet gloves, hairbows, long layered strings of beads, bleached, untidy hair with dark roots, head bands, and lace ribbons. In her Like a Virgin phase, millions of young girls around the world emulated her fashion example that...
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  • Why does a product Fail
    I would like to highlight the case of Levi’s Type One Jeans BACKGROUND: Levi’s is one of largest denim jeans company in the world with product lines Levi’s, Dockers and Levi Strauss Signature brand. It enjoyed monopoly in the jean wear market for almost a century – 1853 to 1960s until new product lines from Wrangler, Lee, Gucci, Diesel and many more started taking over Levi’s share in the market and posing a threat to the comfortable fitting, long lasting, casual wear blue jeans. By early...
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  • saghir ahmad - 1459 Words
     Assignment on Principles and Practises of management Submitted by:- Zonunmawii R/no.: 22 Regn no.: 11003689 Section: S1013 Introduction and Findings Levi Strauss & Co. (LS&CO) is a private clothing company found in 1853 by Levi Strauss. The name of the company was named after the founder. It was in 1853 when Levi Strauss came from Buttenhiem , Franconia, (Kingdom of...
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