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[Homework]2010-10-03 服装廉价不再

The end of London fashion week just a few days ago, the UK fashion iudustry is worth 21 billion pounds to the economy. But the way we buy clothes is about to change. A world away from high-end culture are the cotton fields where the material is harvested. Floods have destoryed many of this crops in China, India and Pakistan. It's meant cotton prices have risen to the highest in 50 years and that would soon be reflected on our high streets.
Retail analysts are predicting the hardest hit would be the budget chains such as Primark, New look or Peacock. That's because cotton are clothes accounts for larget slice of our overheads. In fact, cotton prices are 50% higher than this time last year. In a month, raw cotton has jumped from 10 cents to 83 cents a pound. The recent rise is mostly down to floods across Asia which have wiped out at 1/3 of cotton crops in Pakistan alone.
  The headache would definitely be bigger for the lower price point through the high street without doubt, because they are the ones that they see mass of, you know,a massive product going on to their doors everyday while someone like Burberry or other designed Brands. It's kind of individual piece or bags or perfumes or accessories.
There are some who feel that is a good thing. Ehical fashion designer ++ thinks the era of disposable fashion is near its end.
Inevitably, this buble was going to have to bust. So, the feeling is that once the perfume becomes aware of the fact, that it actually unrealistic for quite a long time. We will be embracing a new culture, a new way of emotionally engaging with our clothing.
After 10 years of sharp deflation in clothes prices. This spike may be just a brief interruption.
Retailers do all they can to avoid putting up prices to customers, but of course UK retail is certainly not powerful enough to dictate the world price of cotton, and if those raw material costs going up then, this gonna produce an upward pressure on the short price of clothing here.
Overall, this is a bad time for retailers. Higher free costs, wage flation in China and this cotton crisis have added up to a prediction of clothing inflation, hitting its highest level in the UK for 24 years.

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The end of the London Fashion Week is just a few days ago. The UK fashion industry is worth 21 billion pounds to the economy, but the way we buy clothes is about to change. A world away from high-end culture are the cotton fields with meticulous harvested. Floods have destroyed many of these crops in China, India and Pakistan. It's meant cotton prices have risen to their highest in 15 years, and that will soon be reflected on our high streets.




Retail analysts are predicting the hardest hit will be bargain chains , such as Primark, New Look or Peacocks.That's because cotton accounts for a large slice of their overheads.




In fact, cotton prices are 50 percent higher than this time last year. In a month, raw cotton has jumped from 10 cents a pound to 83 cents a pound. The recent rise is mostly down to floods across Asia which have wiped out at least 1/3 of cotton crops in Pakistan alone.



The headache will definitely be bigger for the lower price pointed source on the high street without doubt, because they are the ones that see mass of, you know, a massive product going out of their doors everyday where someone like Burberry or other designed brands. It's kind of the individual piece, or bags or perfumes or accessories.




There are some who feel that's a good thing. Ethical fashion designer Ashelo Decastro thinks the era of disposable fashion is near its end. "Inevitably, this bubble was going to have to bust. So the feeling is that once the consumer becomes aware of the fact that it actually has been unrealistic for quite a long time, we will be embracing a new culture, a new way of emotionally engaging with our clothing."



After ten years of sharp deflation in clothing prices, this spike maybe just a brief interruption.




Retailers do all they can to avoid putting up prices to customers, but of course UK retail is certainly not powerful enough to dictate the world price of cotton, and if those raw material costs going up then, this gonna produce an upward pressure on the short price of clothing here.




Overall, this is a bad time for retailers. Higher freight costs, wage inflation in China and this cotton crisis have added up to a prediction of clothing inflation, hitting its highest level in the UK for 24 years.


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The end of London fashion week just a few days ago. The UK fashion industry is worth 21 billion pounds to the economy but the way we buy clothes is about to change.

A world away from high-end control are the cotton fields where the material is harvested. Floods have destroyed many of these crops in China, India and Pakistan. It's meant cotton prices have risen to their highest in 15 years. And that will soon be reflected on our high streets. Retail analysts are predicting the hardest hit will be bargain chains , such as  Primark, New Look or Peacocks.That's because cotton accounts for largest slice for their over heads.

In fact cotton prices are 50percent higher than this time last year. In a month raw cotton has jumped from 10 cents a pound to 83 cents a pound. The recent rise is mostly done to the floods across Asia which was wiped out at least a third of cotton crops in Pakistan alone. The headache will definitely be bigger for the lower price pointed source on the high street without doubt. They are the ones that see mass of, you know, a massive product going out of their door every day where someone like Burberry or other designed brands. It's kind of the individual piece, or bags or perfumes or accessories.

There are some who feel that's a good thing. Ethical fashion designer Asherlo Decastro thinks the era of disposable fashion is near its end. Inevitably, this bubble was going to have burst. So the feeling is that once the consumer becomes aware of the fact that it actually has been unrealistic for quite a long time, we will be embracing a new culture, a new way of emotionally engaging with our clothing.

After ten years of sharp deflation in clothing prices, this spike may be just a brief interruption. Retailers do all they can to avoid putting up prices to customers but of course UK retail is certainly not powerful enough to dictate the world prices of cotton and if those raw materials costs going up then, this gonna produce upward pressure on the short price of clothing here.
Overall this is a bad time for retailers. Higher freight costs, wage inflation in China and this cotton crisis have added up to a prediction of clothing inflation hitting its highest level in the UK for twenty four years.
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[Homework]2010-10-03 服装廉价不再

the end of lodon fasion week just a few days ago, the UK fasion industy is  worth 21 billion pound to the economy, but reall buy cloth is way to change.
A world away from higher kecher  is the corton fields with matirial harvests,floods had destroyed many of this crops in china, india and pakistan. it meant corton prices have raisen to its highest in 50 years,and that will soon be reflect on the high stress.
     pedict the thing will be hard             such as                 that's becuase corton  in a large slice of overhans, in fact corton pricer are 5% high than this time last year, in one mouth rare corton jump from 10cents a pound to 83cents a pound, the reson jumps done are  from the foolds struck to asia which waste at least  one of  third in pakistan alone. the orton will definitely  be the big low for price disappionted  high string with that a mas , you know mas put in their door everyday while some like  Bubbery , or other design brand is a kind of indivuadle piece of bang or munesacsory
there are also some who feel as a good thing,  artical  fasion designer   think the eile of    spular      fasion is the same  this will going to help us,so the feeling is that once the cosumer become one of the fact, that acutually being unrealistic for quiet long time we will be enbracing a new  culter, a new way of emotion egage without clothing
after ten years shop d in  pri ces ,this space brivature option
the all they can help putting prices to customers but of course uk theworld prisive  corton is so matial thing that preduce wood  pressure on the clothing here
over all this is a budget for retailers , higher free cost,wage from china had adding up to shop fleesion hit   the highest  level in uk for 24years

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The end of  London  Fashion Week is just a few days ago. The UK fashion industry is worth 21  billion pounds to the economy, but the way we buy clothes is about to change. A world away from high-end couture  are the cotton fields with material harvested. Floods have destroyed many of these crops in China, India  and Pakistan. It's meant cotton prices have risen to their highest in 15  years, and that will soon be reflected on our high streets.

Retail analysts are predicting the hardest hit will be budget chains , such as  Primark, New Look or Peacocks.That's because cotton accounts for a larger slice of their overheads.

In fact, cotton prices are 50 percent higher than this time last year.  In a month, raw cotton has jumped from 10 cents a pound to 83 cents a  pound. The recent rise is mostly down to floods across Asia which have wiped out at least 1/3 of cotton crops in Pakistan alone.

The headache will definitely be bigger for the lower price pointed to source on the high street without doubt, because they are the ones that  see mass of, you know, a massive product going out of their doors  everyday where someone like Burberry or other designed brands. It's kind  of the individual piece, or bags or perfumes or accessories.

There are some who feel that's a good thing. Ethical fashion designer Ashelo Decastro thinks the era of disposable fashion is near its end.

Inevitably, this bubble was going to have to bust.  So the feeling is that once the consumer becomes aware of the fact that  it actually has been unrealistic for quite a long time, we will be  embracing a new culture, a new way of emotionally engaging with our  clothing.

After ten years of sharp deflation in clothing prices, this spike maybe just a brief interruption.

Retailers do all they can to avoid putting up prices to customers, but  of course UK retailer is certainly not powerful enough to dictate the  world price of cotton, and if those raw material costs going up then,  this gonna produce an upward pressure on the short price of clothing  here.

Overall, this is a bad time for retailers. Higher freight costs, wage  inflation in China and this cotton crisis have added up to a prediction  of clothing inflation, hitting its highest level in the UK for 24 years.
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The end of the London Fashion Week is just a few days ago. The UK fashion industry is worth 21 billion pounds to the economy, but the way we buy clothes is about to change. A world away from high-end culture are the cotton fields with meticulous harvested. Floods have destroyed many of these crops in China, India and Pakistan. It's meant cotton prices have risen to their highest in 15 years, and that will soon be reflected on our high streets.

Retail analysts are predicting the hardest hit will be bargain chains , such as  Primark, New Look or Peacocks.That's because cotton accounts for a large slice of their overheads.

In fact, cotton prices are 50 percent higher than this time last year. In a month, raw cotton has jumped from 10 cents a pound to 83 cents a pound. The recent rise is mostly down to floods across Asia which have wiped out at least 1/3 of cotton crops in Pakistan alone.

The headache will definitely be bigger for the lower price pointed source on the high street without doubt, because they are the ones that see mass of, you know, a massive product going out of their doors everyday where someone like Burberry or other designed brands. It's kind of the individual piece, or bags or perfumes or accessories.

There are some who feel that's a good thing. Ethical fashion designer ** thinks the era of disposable fashion is near its end.

Inevitably, this bubble was going to have to bust. So the feeling is that once the consumer becomes aware of the fact that it actually has been unrealistic for quite a long time, we will be embracing a new culture, a new way of emotionally engaging with our clothing.

After ten years of sharp deflation in clothing prices, this spike maybe just a brief interruption.

Retailers do all they can to avoid putting up prices to customers, but of course UK retail is certainly not powerful enough to dictate the world price of cotton, and if those raw material costs going up then, this gonna produce an upward pressure on the short price of clothing here.

Overall, this is a bad time for retailers. Higher freight costs, wage inflation in China and this cotton crisis have added up to a prediction of clothing inflation, hitting its highest level in the UK for 24 years.
HW
The end of London fashhion week is just a few days ago.The UK fashion industry is worth 21 billion pounds to the economy,but the way we buy clothes is a bout to change.A world away from high end control of the cotton field where the material is harvested.Floods have destroyed many of these crops in China,India and Pakistan.It's meant cottons prices have risen to their highest in 15 years,and that will soon be reflected on our high streets.
retail analysts predicting the hardest hit will be budget teams,such as plain mark Newlic or Peacocks.That's because cotton accounts for large slice of their overheads.
In fact cotton prices are 50% higher than last year,in a moth,raw cotton has jump from 10 cents a pound to 83 cents a pound.The recent rise is mostly down to floods across Asia which have wipe out at least one third of cotton crop og crops Pakistan alone.
The headache would definitely be bigger for the lower price pointed source on the high street,without doubt,because they are the ones that see mass of,you know mass product going out of their doors every where someone like burberry orother designed brands.It' s kind of the individual piece,or bags or perfumes or accessories.There are some who feel that's a good thing.Ethical fashion designer Ashelo Decastro thinks the ?? of disposable fashion is near its end.
inevitably,this buble was going to have burst.so the feeling is that once the consumer becomes aware of the fact that it actually has been unrealistic for quite a long time,we will be embracing a new culture,anew way of emotionally engaging with our clothing.
After 10 years of sharp deflation in clothing prices,this spike maybe just a brief interruption.
Retail do all thay can to aviod putting upprices to customers,but of course UK retail is certainly not powerful enough to dictate the world price of cotton,and if those raw material costs going up then,this gonna produce an upward pressure on the short price of clothing here.
Overall, this is a bad time for retailers.higher freight costs,wage inflation in China and this cotton crisis have added up to a prediction of clothing inflation,hitting it highest in the UK for 24 years.
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The end of Longdon Fashion Week just a few days ago, the UK fashion industry is worth 21billion pounds to the economy. But the way we buy clothes is about to change. A world away from high-end couture are the cotton field with material is harvested. Floods have destroyed many of this crops in China, India and Pakistan. It’s meant cotton prices have risen to their hightest and 15 years, and that will soon be reflected on a high streets. Retail analysts predicting the hardest hit would be budget chains such as Primark, New Look or Peacock. That’s because cotton accounts for a larger slice of their overheads. In fact, cotton prices are 50% higher than this time of last year. In a month raw cotton has jumped from 10 cents a pound to 83 cents a pound. The recent rise is mostly down to floods across Asia which was wiped about at least a third cotton crops in Pakistan alone.
The headache would definitely be bigger for the lower price pointed source on the high street without a doubt bacause they are the ones that see mass of, you know, a massive product going out of their door everyday where some like Bubbery or other designed brands. It’s kind of the individual piece or bags or perfume or accessaries.
There are some who feel that’s a good thing. Ethical fashion designer Asherlo Decastro thinks the era of disposable fashion is near its end. “Inevitabily, this Bubble was going to have to burst. So the feeling is that once the consumer becomes aware of the fact that it actually has been unrealistic. For quite a long time, we will be embracing a new culture, a new way of emotionally engaging with our clothing.”
After 10 years of sharp deflation in clothing prices, this spike may be just a brief interruption.
“ Retailers do all they can to avoid putting up prices to customers but of cause UK retail is certainly not powerful enough to dictate the world prices of cotton and if those raw materials costs going up then, this gonna produce upward pressure on the short price of clothing here.
Overall this is a bad time for retailers. Higher feight costs, wage inflation in China and this cotton crisis have added up to a prediction of clothing and flation hitting its highest level in the UK for 24 years.
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[Homework]2010-10-03 服装廉价不再

The end of London fashion week just a few days ago.The UK fashion industry is worth 21 billion pounds to the economy, But the way we buy clothes is about to change.

A world away from high-end control are the cotton fields for material harvested.Floods have destroyed many of these crops in China ,India and Pakistan.It's meant cotton prices have risen to their highest in 15 years and that will soon be reflected on our high
streets.

Retail analysts are predicting the hardest attack will be bargain chains. Such as P New look or peacocks,that's because cotton accounts for a largest slice their overheads. In fact, cotton prices are 50% higher than this time last year.In a month,raw cotton has jumped from 10 cents a pound to 83 cents a pound.The recent raise is mostly down to floods across Asia which has wiped out at least a third of cotton crops in Pakistan alone


The headache would definatly be bigger for the lower price pointed source on the high street whithout doubt,because they are the ones to see mass of ,you know, product going to their doors everyday,where someone like balbriggan or other designed brands,It's kind of individual piece or bags or perfumes or accessories.

There are some who feel that's a good thing.Ethical fashion designer AD thinks the era of disposable fashion is near the samed. Inevitably ,this bubble was going to have burst,so the feeling is that once the consumer becomes aware of the fact but actually has been unrealistic for quite a long time,we will be embracing a new culture a new way of emotionally engaging with our clothing
.

After 10 years of sharp deflation in clothing prices,this spike maybe just  a brief interruption.Retailers do all they can to avoid putting up prices to customers ,but of course UK retailer certainly no powerful enough to dictate the world price of cotton and if those raw material costs going up, then this gonna produce  an upward pressure on the short price of clothing here


Overall,this is a bad time for retailers. Higher freight costs wage inflation in China ,and this cotton crisis have added up to prediction of clothing inflation hitting its highest level in the UK for 24 years.


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本帖最后由 princess870921 于 2010-12-6 09:17 编辑

The end of London fashion week just a few days ago.The UK fashion industry is worth 21 billion pounds to the economy, but the way we buy clothes is about to change. A world away from high-end couture are the cotten fields for the materials harvested. Floods have destroyed many of the these crops in China, India and Pakistan. It's meant cotton prices have risen to their highest in 15 years, and that will soon be reflected on their high streets. Retail analysts are predicting the hardest tight will be budget chains, such as XX . That's because cotton accounts for a large slice of their overheads. In fact, cotton prices are 50 percent higher than this time last year. In a month, raw cotton has jumped from 10 cents a pound to 83 cents a pound. The recent rise is mostly due to floods in Asia which have wiped out at least 1/3 of cotton crops in Pakistan alone.The headache would definitaly be bigger for the lower price-pointed stores on the high street without doubt, because they are the ones that see mass of, you know, a massive product going out of their door everday while someone like Burbary or other designed brands is kind of the individual piece, or bags or perfumes or accessories. There are some who feel that's a good thing. Ethical fashion designer xx,thinks the era of the disposable fashion is near its end. "Inevitably, this bubble was going to have to burst. So the feeling is that once the consumer becomes aware of the fact that it actually has been unrealistic for quite a long time. We will be embracing a new culture, a new way of emotionally egaging with our clothing."
After ten years of sharp deflation in clothing prices, this spike maybe just a brief interruption.
"Retaliers have to do all they can to to avoid putting up prices to customers. But of course UK retail is certainly not powerful enough to dictate the world price of cotton, and if those raw material costs are going up , then this gonna  produce an upward pressure on the shop price of clothing here."
Overall, this is a bad time for retailers. Higher freight costs, wage inflation in China and this cotton crisis have added up to a prediction of clothing inflation, hitting its highest level in the UK for 24 years.
本帖最后由 ESQUIRE 于 2010-10-24 20:47 编辑

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The end of London Fashion Week is just a few days ago. The UK fashion industry is worth £21 billion to economy but where we buy clothes is about to change. A world away form high_end  are cotton fields where the material was harvested. Floods have destroyed many of these crops in China, India and Pakistan. It’s meant cotton prices have risen to the highest in fifteen years. And that will soon be reflected on our high streets. Retail analysts are predicting the hardest attack will be budget chains as Primark, New look and Peacocks. That’s because cotton accounts for larger slice of their overheads. In fact, cotton prices are 50% higher than this time last year. In a month, raw cotton has jumped from 10¢ a pound to 83¢ a pound. The recent rise is mostly done to flood across the Asia which have wiped out at least a third cotton crops in Pakistan alone. The headache would definitely be bigger for the lower price pointed source on the high street without doubt because there are ones to see massive products going out to their doors every day where someone like Burberry or other designed brands. It's kind of  individual piece, or bags, or perfumes or accessories. There are some who feel that’s a good thing. Ethical fashion designer think the era of  disposable is nearing its end. Inevitably this bubble was going to have to burst. So the feeling is that once the consumer becomes aware of the fact that it actually has been unrealistic for quite a long time. We will be embracing a new culture, a new way of emotionally engaging with our clothing. After ten years of sharp deflation in clothing prices, this break may be just a brief interruption. Retailers do all their can to avoid putting up prices to customers but of course UK retail is certainly not the powerful enough to dictate the world prices of cotton. If raw material costs are going up then it is going to produce an upward pressure on the shop price of clothing here. Over all, this bad time for retailers, higher freight cost, waging inflation in China and this cotton crisis have added up to prediction of clothing inflation hitting its highest level in the UK for 24 years
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The end of the London Fashion Week just a few days ago. The UK fashion industry is worth 20 billion pounds to the economy. But the way we buy clothes is about to change. A world away from high in.. are the cotten fields with motedilstic harvest. Floods have destroyed many of the fields in China, India and Pakistan. It's meant cotten prices have risen to the highest in fifteen years. And that would soon  reflect on our high streets. "Retail analysts are predicting the hardest change will be budget chance, such as prime market or peccos. That's because cotten accounts for a larger slice of their overheads." In fact, cotten prices are almost 50% higher than the time last year. In a month, raw cotten has jumped to 10 cent a pound to 83 cent a pound. The recent rise has mostly due to floods at Asia, which have .. at least a third of cotten corps in Pakistan alone. "The headache will definitely be big for the lower price point soars on the high street, without doubt, because there is one to see mass of product going out of their doors everyday, whereas someone like Bubbery or other designed brands. It's kind of individual piece, or bags or perfumes or accessories." There are some who feel that's a good thing. Ethical fashion designer A.. thinks the year of the sposs ball fashion is near its end. "Inevitably, this bubble was going to have a blast. So the feeling is that once the consumer becomes aware of the fact it is actually has to be unrealistic for quite a long time we will be embracing a new culture, a new way of emotionally engaging with our clothing." After 10 years of shop deflation in clothing prices, this fake maybe just a brief introduction. "retainers will do all they can to avoid putting up prices to customers but of course UK retail is certainly not powerful enough to detect the world pricive cotten and if those raw material costs going up, then at least it's gonna pressure on the shop price on clothing here." Overall this is a but time for retainers: higher frit costs, rage inflation in China and this cotten prices has added it up prediction of closing and inlation hitting in the highest level of UK for 24 years.
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