VOL 55 I NO 1
2022 TRADE DIRECTORY Review Publishing Co Ltd
Chairman Peter Mitchell
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Senior Designer Raymund Sarmiento
THROUGH DIGITAL EYES
As we enter yet another hellish year for the retail sector, it is essential to look forward, not backwards. However, it is hard to believe that the fashion industry will ever be the same. Perhaps that’s not the terrifying prospect it first appeared to be two years ago. Adaptation is an essential part of the human ability to survive. One of the silver linings of the COVID-19 pandemic has been witnessing the incredible agility of the sector to reimagine itself under the harshest conditions. From pivoting bricks and mortar to e-commerce, embracing online zoom consultations and digital experiences, Kiwi ingenuity has continuously taken the COVID-19 bull by the horns. There has also been incredible generosity from businesses within the sector and neighbouring industries wishing to help each other through these challenging times. We have seen this first-hand with the number of designers and retailers working together to help each other through the worst economic conditions of their lifetime.
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The decision to publish the Apparel Trade Directory for 2022 was difficult, for we too are at the mercy of the challenges of the pandemic. However, we decided to proceed and thank those businesses who have supported us. As Henry Ford said, “If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.” We wish everyone a strong will, good friends, and the support of many in 2022.
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re you feeling a little blue? Back in 1901, for three long years, Picasso definitely felt a little ‘blue’. Now known as Picasso’s Blue Period, art enthusiasts will know that this time was significant in Picasso’s life and art history. His paintings were essentially monochromatic in different shades of blue and blue-green, reflecting his sombre mood while painting works that saw him suffer financially. Fashion is all about creative expression. In this year’s Spring Ready to Wear 2022 runways, we saw themes of blue dominate every collection. It’s probably safe to say this is a nod to our collective mood during these uncertain times. Onitsuka Tiger’s designer Andrea Pompilio was heavily inspired by Tokyo’s hustle and bustle at nighttime for his Spring 2022 Ready-to-Wear collection. The edgy collection was showcased against a video set of the Japanese city, from futuristic tunnels to narrow streets. This two-piece set features bold cobalt blue stripes, in a shade similar to the Mara 332 thread, coupled with dark burgundy stripes. The two shades together are hues usually found on sports team jerseys or merchandise, thus, staying true to the brand’s sporty aesthetic. It could not get any bluer than this look by Luisa Spagnoli. The RTW Spring 2022 collection by designer Nicoletta Spagnoli
looked to the American West and South America’s pampas for a cowgirl chic collection. Fringe, linen and denim graced the runway. In a blue similar to the Mara 5396 thread, this strikingly flowy monotone blue look features a full-length dress belted at the waist with a chunky western-style belt. Topped with a classic cowgirl hat and matching accessories, Spagnoli takes cowgirl chic to the next level. ‘The Blue Period’ wouldn’t be complete without a classic denim look by Bally. Bally’s RTW Spring 2022 collection has a utilitarian feel with looks inspired by workwear silhouettes. The Swiss company did not compromise on quality in this Japanese denim look. The classic straight leg jeans took a back seat so the oversized front pockets in the denim jacket could shine. In a colour similar to the Mara 967 thread, the dark blue denim set is completed with tanned leather accessories and denim sneakers. Dean and Dan Caten of Dsquared2 showcased their RTW Spring 2022 collection via a digital runway at Milan Fashion Week. The collection is grungy and edgy yet delicate and fun, all at the same time. The juxtaposition between edgy and delicate was seen in each look. The edgy; camouflage print and studded wide waist belt, contrasted with the delicate; the flowy fit of the parka, is a subtle nod
to the Dsquared2 dystopian fairy tale. The seafoam blue seen in the camouflage parka matches the Mara 107 thread seamlessly. The models danced to 60s and 70s soulful Italian pop as they walked down the runway at the Giorgio Armani RTW Spring 2022 show. The collection saw silk trousers, collarless jackets and sheer blouses. This look in particular is in an overall calming baby blue, like the Mara 197 thread. The flowy silk trousers are thoughtfully gathered at the ankle and the textured bodice features tiny specs of bright red for contrast. The look is completed with a unique headpiece and layered beaded necklaces sparkling like droplets of seawater, all in matching baby blue tones. A true celebration of the popular shade we’ve seen on the runways. Taking a trip down memory lane, Arthur Arbesser restored a carefree spirit with his colourful Spring 2022 collection. Creative doodles and sketches inspired the looks on the runway. This particular look, however took a different route. Although it doesn’t include any bold patterns, it is still a bold look nonetheless. In a shade similar to the Mara 195 thread, the unique iridescent blue trench coat has Rockstar status and is full of fun. Its monotone style allows an otherwise statement piece to be easily paired with neutral pieces like a black button-up or a pair of black trousers.
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Mosh Social Media’s new 2021 New Zealand Facebook and Instagram Report has revealed the retail social strategies behind top Kiwi brands. Here, Mosh Co-Founder Jon Randles gives his top tips on how Kiwi SME’s can enhance their own social media to reach new and engaged audiences.
Jon Randles - Co-Founder, Mosh
t can be easy to think of social media marketing as an afterthought when you’re running a business. The dayto-day can easily get in the way of regular content creation and scheduling. However, pushing social media to the side can put retailers on the back foot. Nowadays, audiences of all demographics are sitting and consuming content on social platforms. In fact, according to our Mosh report, social media attracted over 110,000 new Kiwi users in 2020. That took the total number of New Zealanders with active social media accounts to 3.97 million — a whopping 82 percent of the entire population aged 16 to 64. Findings also showed the number one
reason people follow a brand on social media isn’t just for for entertainment, but to learn about products and services. In addition, 170,000 more online purchases were made in 2020, with 71 percent of Kiwis now shopping online. Your social media marketing is now the best way to reach engaged audiences who are already on the path to purchase. However, there are still many retailers out there who don’t realise the consequences of having a poor social media strategy. Social media can eat up a lot of your time very quickly. We all know how quickly an evening mindlessly scrolling on your phone can disappear, the same can happen with social media marketing. If you’re not super clear on the what, why, and how before you start, you will waste your time and money.
Pushing social media to the side can put retailers on the back foot. Nowadays, audiences of all demographics are sitting and consuming content on social platforms.
YET WE KNOW REVIVING AND STAYING ON TOP OF YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA CAN BE DAUNTING, SO HERE ARE OUR TOP TIPS TO SUPERCHARGE YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA:
Know your audience: Speak to them in ways they want to be spoken to. Find out who your shopper demographics are on social media and how they use their apps. Are they more frequent in the mornings or evenings, do they prefer static or video content? Find out and play to your audience.
Boost it: Back your content with investments and target the demographics and geographies the content is for. Even small boosting budgets will see your posts be prioritised by pay-toplay algorithms across Facebook and Instagram.
Post regularly and consistently: Pretty self-explanatory, don’t take a large hiatus from your socials. Even one simple story or post a week will keep your engagement up - a key priority in this type of marketing.
Do Giveaways: People love free stuff and you want to get products into people’s hands. However, make sure you’re checking the T&Cs for each platform before posting a giveaway. There are rules, you want to stay on the right side of them. For example, asking people to ‘Share’ on Facebook to enter a competition breaches their promotion rules. Google ‘Facebook Promotion Policies’, it’s the first result.
The world of social media marketing can look daunting, but having a good social content strategy will greatly benefit your business in the long run. Retailers, large and small, now need a real understanding of their audience, and then from there to understand the tools that they have at
Targeting is Key: Make sure you’re looking at who and where your paid posts are going. There is no excuse these days with the tools available to just blast your content to everybody and anybody.
Make sure it looks good: But not too good so it looks too slick and skippable. Ideally, your content will have personality and be authentic to your brand.
Plan ahead: Planning ahead saves a lot of time and is overall much more efficient, and will make your brand’s content effortless the more you get into the habit of doing it.
their disposal to be able to target these audiences. By making an effort to know your audience and talk to them authentically and honestly you can really start to optimise results across your social media platforms.
Have fun with it: Social media should be taken seriously, but don't worry about being too polished and don't make it look like an ad. Relax and be authentic to your audience, because users can sense a lack of authenticity from brands a mile away.
If you’re looking to further enhance your business’ social media strategy Mosh runs training for SMEs that can give you the tools and knowledge to get started. Contact Jon@mosh.co.nz for more information, or visit mosh.co.nz and click ‘Training’.” APPAREL
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