India today is the most populous nation and the fifth largest economy in the world, and it is expected that it will emerge as the third largest by 2035. Factors such as rising disposable income, further urbanisation, better connectivity, and a large young population have enabled the country to pull of this success story. This, apparently, has made the Indian market lucrative, and thus has witnessed growth across sectors. Among them, vibrant and prospective, is the fashion industry. Fueled by the abovementioned factors and many others, the sector is expected to experience strong growth. Over the years, it has become more organized and segments have witnessed more players entering, making it more competitive. If the market was dominated by ethnic and formal, today casual and athleisure are the new trends. When it comes to womenswear, ethnic wear is more interwoven with western wear. In this backdrop, what is burgeoning is kidswear, as families become smaller and more parentsjoin the workforce. Overall, the market is becoming more organized, and we are likely to witness intense competition.
To unravel the intricate details, we have presented in this issue a comprehensive and elaborate analysis of the market.
I’m certain that the details will help you understand where the market stands and what you can expect from it. This will also help you make informed decisions.