Fast fashion retailers are an affordable retail establishments that are committed to providing trendy new styles at prices that will not break anybody's wallet. For example, headquartered in Los Angeles, California, Forever 21 generates fashion products with a lightning speed time cycle. Forever 21 focuses on bridging the gap between high fashion and the American budget consumer, and have accomplished this by ensuring their supply chain management is in its most efficient delivery system.
Many fast fashion retailers utilize the Quick Response Method to minimize the time between design to manufacturer. Efficient supply chains are critical for fast fashion to meet the consumer's demands for new trendy products. Many fast fashion retailers have adopted 'leagile', a hybrid combination of lean and agile techniques to optimize their supply chain. www.husdal.com has a great way of explaining leagile: