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By the early 20th century, the industry in the developed world often involved immigrants in “sweat shops“. In addition Which were usually legal but were sometimes illegally operated. They employed people in crowded conditions, working manual sewing machines. And being paid less than a living wage.
Also This trend worsened due to attempts to protect existing industries which were being challenged. Developing countries in South East Asia, the Indian subcontinent and Central America. Although globalization saw the manufacturing largely outsourced to overseas labor markets.
There has been a trend for the areas historically associated with the trade to shift focus. The more white collar associated industries of fashion design, fashion modeling and retail. Areas historically involved in the “rag trade” London and Milan in Europe, and the SoHo district in New York City.
There are considerable overlaps between the terms clothing-/garment-, textile– and fashion industry.
The clothing sector is concerned with all types of clothes, from fashion to uniforms, e-textiles and workwear. In addition Textile industry is less concerned with the fashion aspect but produces the fabrics that are required for tailoring. Also The fashion industry sets – fashion trends to supply the latest in non-functional clothing.
Working conditions in low-cost countries have received critical media coverage. Especially in the aftermath of large scale disasters like the 2013 Savar building collapse, Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire.
In 2016, the largest apparel exporting nations were China ($161 billion), Bangladesh ($28 billion), Vietnam ($25 billion), India ($18 billion), Hong Kong ($16 billion), Turkey ($15 billion) and Indonesia ($7 billion). By 2025, it is projected that the United States market will be worth $385 billion. It is also projected that the e-commerce revenue will be worth 123 million in the United States by 2022.
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