I value fashion and sustainability, overseeing apparel and footwear research across 40+ markets and creating content that answers our clients’ needs across the corporate, government and academic spaces, to establish both immediate and long term strategies.
As Industry Manager based in Euromonitor's London office, Marguerite oversees all research on apparel and footwear. She is responsible for strategic analysis covering corporate strategies, market and consumer trends, competitive intelligence, retail performance and opportunity analysis across the global fashion industry, with a particular interest in Western Europe.
Marguerite has specialised in the apparel and footwear industry and adjacent areas of designer wear and personal accessories since 2011. Her comments and analysis are regularly quoted in the press, including Business of Fashion, Le Monde, Bloomberg, Vogue Business, The Guardian, Telegraph and WWD. Prior to Euromonitor International, Marguerite worked for five years in Strategic Intelligence and Research firm Evalueserve, in India (2006-2007) and Chile (2008-2010).
As the pandemic and the war in Ukraine have placed intense stress on global supply chains, purely efficiency-based models have shown their limits in the fashion industry. Since then, luxury and fashion players have pivoted their business models to build their resilience for tomorrow, and beat the impact of inflation, while they also need to anticipate regulatory shifts in terms of sustainability to plan for the future.
As the pressure grows from both consumers and regulators to make the fashion industry more circular, retailers and brands need to adapt their distribution and retail strategies by encouraging repairing, promoting recycling and facilitating resale and rental.