NEW YORK — Women’s clothing is back in fashion, as a new climate change and weather pattern continue to disrupt consumers.
The new trend has been gaining momentum, especially with fashion brands such as Catherines and Breckenridges.
“The world has changed,” said Heather Lefebvre, vice president of brand planning at Catherine.
“The weather has changed and the fashion has changed, and the climate has changed.
Now it’s all coming together.”
Women’s clothes are a very important part of what we do in the brand,” she said.
Catherines is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year and is celebrating the 50th year of its namesake brand, which has been selling its collections of clothes in the U.S. for almost 60 years.
It has become a popular brand for fashion designers, with more than 50 women wearing its dresses.
Lefebrieres sales have increased dramatically in the past year.
The company is making strides to expand the range of its lines and is planning to introduce more color options for men’s and women’s jackets and coats, according to Lefereres senior director of design.
While there has been a decline in sales, Lefrebetres clothing sales have risen at a much faster pace than those of the previous two years, according the company.
In 2015, the company said it lost 1.3 million units of apparel.
Leferers sales are growing at a similar rate to the growth of other brands, she said, and it’s working to build more loyal customers, especially younger ones. “
We have so many new customers that have never shopped at Brecks before,” she added.
Leferers sales are growing at a similar rate to the growth of other brands, she said, and it’s working to build more loyal customers, especially younger ones.
New research from PwC and the Ugly Children’s Charity Group showed that men and women were more likely to buy from the same brand in 2016 than they were in 2013, even though the two demographics are increasingly spending more time shopping online.
The findings are a reminder that shopping on Amazon and other online retailers can be an expensive proposition for consumers, but there are still some options for shoppers who are shopping on their phones and laptops.
In addition to the rising popularity of women’s apparel, Lesh is working to get the brand back into the fashion game, she added, noting that she’s worked with the company to develop a new collection that is meant to appeal to women.
Now, with the climate changing and the weather, the fashion world has really caught up with the needs of women.”