- Published on Thursday, 15 November 2012 15:44
The majority of products in the line employ polyester and nylon oxford, twill and canvas.
- Synthetic materials lead: Polyester and nylon in oxford, twill and canvas constructions are still the most commonly utilized inputs. They are preferred for their smooth and glossy appearance. Suppliers add PVC or PU backing for water resistance and shape retention. Quilted variants are padded with cotton spacer fabric.
- Simple designs: Recent models come with few embellishments, including leather handles and patches. Variants for women may have an allover print or localized embroidery.
- Contours & colors: The majority of releases are square and trapezoidal. Following the resurgence of fashion from the 1990s, makers are offering bucket-shaped shoulder bags with drawstring closures. Items for females adopt strong hues such as red, turquoise and orange. Those for men are in black, beige, brown and iron gray.
- Price & sales projections: With polyester and nylon costs expected to remain stable, companies will keep quotes constant in the next six months. They anticipate revenue growth of 5 to 10 percent this year.
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