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How to Sell High-End Fashion Apparels When we talk about high-end fashion, it usually imparts to pricey clothing designed by famous fashion designers and worn by rich icons or celebrities. Famous fashion designers make it a point to stage at least a fashion each year presenting his/her new line-up of designs, that are either attuned to the trend or the design sets up a trend in the fashion world, and these new high-end clothes are modeled by famous models in close proximity view of rich clients, celebrities, fashion magazine editors, or high-end retailers. Fashion trends are usually created and set up by notable fashion designers and picked up by fashion buyers and merchandisers in the industry and the trends go like crazy as it cascades to the ritzy boutiques of capital cities around the world. High-end fashion merchandising is all about the marketing and managing of designer clothes, such as haute couture and contemporary fashion designs, which are based on fashion trends and are made of top quality fabrics. The role of both high-end apparel retailers and merchandisers are interchangeably almost the same since both look up at what are the current trends in the clothing business and determine which of these trendy clothes will sell well to the consumers at the right price and what would be the appropriate season for these clothes to be displayed to the clients.
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The fashion merchandisers act as the go-between among designers and buyers and from that kind of established relationship, a combination of fashion branding, marketing and customer relations is created. Also, fashion merchandisers are often hired/consulted by famous department stores to re-design store shelves of high-end fashion clothes with the rich consumers in mind.
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Even if the high fashion industry is limited and catered to a small number of clientele, but it is influential in setting up the trends with how people can look good, in building up a lifestyle which people around the world would love to follow, and, in effect, bring in more customers from different age levels. Basically, high-end designs come out expensive because they are of one-of-a-kind style and either custom-made or made-to-order. Due to the powerful and influential presence of social media, greater brand accessibility through internet is now being adopted by high-end retailers, bringing the aspiration of owning a high-end fashion clothes closer to the global consumers and allowing for price branding so that consumers at different income levels have a wide range of choice to own designers’ clothes. It is cashing in on social sentiments that have increased interest on designers’ clothes, like if it gets a million “likes” in the social media, it is actually saying that these million friends approve of the design and that it’s worth buying it and that equates to increase in sales as buyers are psyched into realizing the social sentiment.