Below is a list of the latest research reports now available on just-style.

Report package: Tomorrow’s clothing retail; and Tomorrow's apparel industry – forecasts to 2016
This report package combines just-style's reports, looking at both tomorrow's apparel manufacturing industry, and its sister title reviewing tomorrow's clothing retail market. Both think-piece reports look at whether the financial crises of 2008-2010 have created a paradigm shift in the behaviour of manufacturers, consumers, retailers and brands, in what is now a differently constructed business and political world. The reports provide essential insight into how the recent downturn has left the world clothing retail and manufacturing industries, its effects and where the industries will likely head out to 2016.

Sportswear & Equipment Manufacturers

This report is an in-depth financial evaluation of the global sportswear & equipment manufacturers industry. Using a unique method of analysis, each of the top 600 global sportswear and equipment manufacturers is individually assessed and ranked against each other and compared to industry averages. Using the most up-to-date financial information available, the two-page analysis provides detailed financial analysis for each organisation.

The Textile Industry in Canada: Focus on Technical and Other Value Added Textiles
The textile industry has faced a number of challenges, including: competition from developing countries; offshore manufacturing by its traditional main customer, the clothing industry; availability, retention and training of the workforce; the strength of the Canadian dollar; trade regulation; capital availability; and access to specialised markets. This report examines the market in detail.

The garment trade's next revolution – what's likely to change between 2011 and 2016
The world trade in clothing underwent repeated dramatic changes between 2007 and 2010. Between 2007 and 2008, buyers forecast rapid inflation – which hardly materialised, as demand was hit by the 2008/9 recession in key Western markets. The recession in fact depressed demand far less than most observers expected – but, coinciding with the final removal of Western barriers against Chinese apparel imports, caused havoc among many garment makers outside China, and temporarily forced Chinese prices down.

CC Sportswear Retailing in China 2010: A Market Analysis
This report covers the sportswear retailing industry in the People's Republic of China. The report includes coverage of all significant sportswear retail outlet formats, including department stores, stand-alone and branded fashion chains. Also covered are the sales of sportswear by sector.

This report analyses the Global market for Workwear in US$ million by the following product segments: General Workwear, Corporate Workwear, and Uniforms. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2007 through 2015.

Sports And Fitness Clothing – A Global Market Perspective
Intersection of sportswear, leisurewear, and fitness clothing is steadily obscuring the difference between sports apparel, fitness clothing, and casual, active wear, thereby leading to changes in target audiences. This report is the most comprehensive and geographic analysis of this niche marketplace.

New fashion retail channels: how consumers will be buying clothes – forecasts to 2016
The theme of this report is that the manner in which retailers sell fashion products to consumers is changing. It is changing at a faster pace than ever in its history. There has been as much change, as a result of the internet since 2000, as took place in organised retail distribution in the century that preceded it. Within the next ten years, the entire balance of the conventional structure of retail shops could be changed significantly. At just-style, we believe that this could be a seismic shift in the retailing of fashion products, not just a short-term blip.