The Robots Are Coming for Garment Workers. That’s Good for the U.S., Bad for Poor Countries

The Robots Are Coming for Garment Workers. That’s Good for the U.S., Bad for Poor Countries
Automation is reaching into trades that once seemed immune, transforming sweatshops and bringing production back to America
By Jon Emont | Feb. 16, 2018

https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-robots-are-coming-for-garment-workers-thats-good-for-the-u-s-bad-for-poor-countries-1518797631

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A fashion designer breaks down why some clothes are worth spending more on

A fashion designer breaks down why some clothes are worth spending more on

“The cost of a piece of clothing is the result of the entire process that brought that product into existence, including the expenses from fabric, constructing the garment, and the business model of the company.”
A fashion designer breaks down why some clothes are worth spending more on
https://www.businessoffashion.com/daily-digest/2017/01/30#a-fashion-designer-breaks-down-why-some-clothes-are-worth-spending-more-on
https://qz.com/881183/a-fashion-designer-breaks-down-why-some-clothes-are-worth-spending-more-on/

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Size 14 is average American woman’s size, but not the average shopper’s

Size 14 is average American woman’s size, but not the average shopper’s.
“If the average American woman is a size 14, wouldn’t it stand to reason that a size 14 would be the most common size sold in the United States?
Nope. In fact, size 14 is among the least purchased sizes out there for many manufacturers. So it seems that being a size 14 and buying a size 14 are in fact two very different things.
So what gives?”
http://www.cleveland.com/style/index.ssf/2010/08/size_14_is_average_american_wo.html
http://fashionista.com/2013/08/why-is-it-so-difficult-for-the-average-american-woman-to-shop-for-clothes
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Challenges of American Manufacturing

WHY DON’T MORE FASHION BRANDS MANUFACTURE IN THE U.S.?
It’s not just about price.
“The general assumption is that if you want a lower price you have to go overseas and if you want quality, you stay in the U.S. and that’s not entirely true,” says Atnyel Guedj,…

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http://fashionista.com/2015/07/challenges-of-american-manufacturing