Internationally, the Dutch fashion industry is of modest
importance. Although the Netherlands has a large pool of talented
young fashion designers, and although many young promising fashion
designers graduate from fashion academies each year, only very few
ever become and remain to be successful in the international
fashion world. How can this be explained? In order to find out what
is 'wrong' with the Dutch fashion industry, one could look at
Belgium. The Belgian fashion industry has delivered numerous
successful fashion designers. Young designers seem to be on the
brink of stepping in the footsteps of very successful designers
like Dries van Noten or Ann Demeulemeester. Through a qualitative
research with quantitative elements, this book attempts to explain
the difference in commercial success between Dutch and Belgian
fashion designers from a evolutionary perspective. The focus lies
on two aspects of the fashion industry specifically: education and
access to external finance.
Lap Lambert Academic Publishing
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