Fabric Survey 2016
January 27, 2016,
Fabric Survey 2016
After color, retailers talk durability, followed by coordinating fabrics within a group. Casual designers most often discuss color, design and patterns with clients.
Respondents represented more than 100 store fronts. Fifty-three percent of responding retailers have locations in the South, 21% percent in the Northeast, 16% in the West and 10% in the Midwest. Three out of 10 respondents garnered less than $1 million in annual sales for 2015, 37% had between $1 million and $4.99 million and 22% had $5 million to $9.99 million. Twelve percent of respondents recorded $10 million or more in annual sales for 2015.
This 4-page report originally appeared in the January 2016 print issue of Casual Living. For an exclusive electronic edition, click here.
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