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Unformatted text preview: Lines Item Lines Each individual style is intended to be sold alone, one piece at a time Coordinated Lines Items organized around a fabric group, color and/or print intended to be worn together Patterns match intended to wear that group together Not replenished Meaning that you get it once and don’t more inventory in Sell out Delivered every 6-8 weeks Bring it in sell them out and then out Big difference between item lines and coordinated lines Talk about the retailers that sell item lines Lands in Big items, key items that you could purchase and wear alone Gap Tables with items on it for the week men’s and women’s Assortment Pyramid- Assortment Balance (shaped in a pyramid going top to bottom) 10% Fashion 40% Seasonal Items 50% Key Items/ Basics percentage of each assortment depends on the retailers Lands in What percentage falls under key items and basics Pretty high like 80-85% Fashion going to be a lot smaller Forever21...
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This document was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course AMID-R 327 at Indiana.
- Fall '09