From Discount Millennial Retails to Summer-Only Retail Shops

By: Michael Hemsworth - Feb 11, 2016
Fast fashion brands like H&M and Zara are becoming even more pervasive in the modern consumer market, as they cater to the pervasive desire for the latest styles and freshest fashions. Often tailored toward the Millennial consumer, these brands know that convenience and experiential innovations increase consumer engagement and create a more immersive experience for shoppers.

Being that fast fashion encourages consumers tend to come back often, drawn to the convenience as well as the need for the latest and greatest, the brand innovations seen here focus on technological integration, retail design and even guerrilla-style marketing tactics. Brands are looking for fresh, new ways to entice shoppers to consider retail locations a destination for purchases rather than just a simple retailer.

As the fast fashion revolution continues, these fashion innovations will likely stand as a jumping off point for many retailers to continue appealing to new and existing consumer segments.