Founded in and headquartered in Singapore, Style Theory has successfully paired the sharing economy with the fashion industry by improvising its business model. With the ever-changing dynamics of the global world economies, the sharing economy is incrementally being adopted by different untouched commodities and industries. Finding the gap and offering fashion on rental, Style Theory's perfect timing in addressing the shifting consumer needs allowed its business model to effectively pair the sharing economy with the right industry. Style Theory's effective business model has helped the Company build a strong foundation towards success. With the gradual evolution of the business model components, such as key partners and expansion activities, customer relationships, sales channels and revenue streams, Style Theory stays ahead of the curve by continuously expanding and improving on their product and service offerings.
Sustainability and the Triple Bottom Line within the Global Clothing and Textiles
Fashion Law And Its Scope With Reference To Important Case Laws
Textiles and Clothing Sustainability volume 3 , Article number: 2 Cite this article. Metrics details. Global fashion industry has bitterly evidenced the social and environmental implications associated with fast production cycles, overuse of resources, waste generation, environmental pollution and unethical labour conditions. Growing consumer awareness regarding social and environmental impacts of fashion products has led to create a new marketplace for sustainable and ethical products. This paper highlights craft practice as one of the potential avenues for achieving sustainability within the fashion industry.
Contemporary Case Studies on Fashion Production, Marketing and Operations
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Call Us Today: or Call or for any enquiries. Fashion is a system of bodily display, derived from around costume, and extends to jewellery, luggage and perfume shading into a broader definition of luxury goods. Fashion is normally characterised both as forms of everyday clothing and as luxury rather than utilitarian needs.