Fast Fashion Brands Grow in Popularity and Scrunity in China chinese, china, real estate, 夏威夷房地产, 高尔夫, 夏威夷, 檀香山, 夏威夷高尔夫

Fast Fashion Brands Grow in Popularity and Scrunity in China
In 2013, the China Consumers’ Association conducted its Comparison Test of Apparel & Fashion. International brands tested included Zara, M&S, Guess, and Paul Frank. More than one-third of the tested products didn’t meet national Chinese quality standards. The clothes were tested for formaldehyde and aromatic amine fuel content, PH levels, odd smells, pilling and tear resistance, color fastness, and component makeup. H&M has had similar quality problems. However, international fast fashion brands have no significant domestic competitors, and with demand strong, quality issues have not hurt sales. The four biggest fast-fashion retailers in China, Zara, H&M, Uniqlo, and C&A, have 523 total stores in China as of June 2013.

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