Dorothy Perkins

12 Dec 18
Boston Herald
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(Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) DECEMBER 3, 2018: Cerys Balmer – girls soccer – Dover-Sherborn – Boston Herald All-Scholastic DECEMBER 3, 2018: Alex Panaggio – girls soccer – Holliston – Boston Herald All-Scholastic NOVEMBER 30, 2018: Lauren Clement – girls soccer – Danvers – Boston Herald All-Scholastic NOVEMBER 30, 2018: Avery Snead – girls soccer – King Philip – Boston Herald All-Scholastic DECEMBER 5, 2018: Brooke Cavino – girls soccer – Bridgewater-Raynham – Boston Herald All-Scholastic BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Emma Tucker, NDA, soccer ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Katherine McElroy, Brookline soccer ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 30: Audrey Lavey, Newton South, soccer ALL SCHOLASTIC on November 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Kristi Vierra Norwell, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Lexi Rothmann, Norwell, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 29: Abigail Gerdes, Natick, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 29, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Sophia Woodland, Masconomet, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Francesca Yanchuk, Bishop Feehan, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Larissa Williams, Newton South, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Alexi Vaillancourt, Millis, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Samantha Smith, Whitman Hanson, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Lilly Reale, Hingham, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Ally Giovino, Westford Academy, soccer, ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Hannah Curtin, Winchester, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Alexandra Campana, Natick, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 28: Dasa Hase, Manchester Essex reg, soccer ALL SCHOLATIC on November 28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/Boston Herald) Herald All-Scholastics, girls soccer 2018 CERYS BALMER, DOVER-SHERBORN The Most Valuable Player of the Tri-Valley League, the junior midfielder scored seven goals and added 14 assists for 21 points. In the offseason, Balmer competes for the FC Stars ECNL 02 Team. She has verbally committed to Holy Cross. AMANDA CALDARELLI, STONEHAM Despite being only a junior, Caldarelli emerged as one of the premiere players in Massachusetts, earning Middlesex Freedom MVP honors. The midfielder guided Stoneham to a 14-1-3 overall record as she scored 11 goals to go with 14 assists. She is a high honors student with a 4.5 GPA. ALEXANDRA CAMPANA, NATICK Campana was a focal point of Natick’s run to the Div. 1 state final. The senior forward finished with 18 goals and 14 assists, earning Bay State Conference All-Star and United Soccer Coaches All-New England Award. A member of the National Honor Society, Campana will continue her playing career at Marquette. BROOKE CAVINO, BRIDGEWATER-RAYNHAM The senior center-striker went over the 100-goal mark against Barnstable this season and ended her career with 110 tallies. A four-time Old Colony League All-Star, Cavino led the Trojans to a 15-4-1 mark and a spot in the Div. 1 South quarterfinals. She will play soccer at URI in the fall. LAUREN CLEMENT, DANVERS The Northeastern Conference Player of the Year, Clement scored 10 goals to go with four assists in her senior season. A member of the All-New England Team, Clement finished her career with 25 goals and 20 assists for 45 points. HANNAH CURTIN, WINCHESTER The sophomore already has made her mark as one of the top players in Massachusetts. One season after totaling 22 points, Curtin one-upped that performance, scoring 23 goals to go with 12 assists en route to earning Middlesex Liberty Player of the Year. ABIGAIL GERDES, NATICK Gerdes was the top scorer on a Natick team that made its first Division 1 state final. For the season, the Redhawks forward scored 25 goals including the game-winning goal against Brookline in the state semifinals. A four-year member of the varsity team, and a member of the indoor and outdoor track teams, Gerdes will head to John Hopkins in the fall. ALLY GIOVINO, WESTFORD ACADEMY The junior forward racked up the honors this fall as she helped lead Westford Academy to the Div. 1 North semifinals. Giovino scored 23 goals to go with 10 assists to earn Dual County League Most Valuable Player and EMass All-New England honors. A three-year member of the varsity basketball team, Giovino has verbally committed to Colgate. DASA HASE, MANCHESTER ESSEX Hase was a standout performer all season long as her play helped guide Manchester Essex to a CAL Baker championship. A sophomore striker, Hase scored 19 goals and added 24 assists to earn her league’s Divsional Player of the Year honors. An honor roll student, Hase hopes to play soccer in college. AUDREY LAVEY, NEWTON SOUTH Lavey was instrumental in leading Newton South to the Div. 1 South final for the second consecutive season. The senior forward scored 23 goals and added 13 assists en route to becoming the school record holder for most career goals with 82. A three-time Dual County League All-Star, Lavey will head to Wesleyan in the fall. KATHERINE McELROY, BROOKLINE McElroy was without question the top goalie in Massachusetts this season as her play guided the Warriors to the Div. 1 state semifinals. The senior finished with a 0.36 GAA, allowing just eight goals all season. The Bay State Carey Division MVP and an All-American, McElroy will continue her playing career at Michigan in the fall. ALEX PANAGGIO, HOLLISTON Panaggio had a monster season in leading Holliston to a 17-2-2 record. The senior striker piled up 35 points to earn Tri-Valley League Large MVP and Eastern Mass. All-Star honors. For her career, Panaggio set the school record for points with 96. She will continue her playing career at Syracuse in the fall. LILLY REALE, HINGHAM Reale had a big sophomore season, scoring 20 goals to lead the Patriot League. For her performance, the forward earned United States Coaches All-New England honors and was named a Patriot League All-Star. A member of the basketball team, Reale has verbally committed to Boston College. LEXI ROTHMANN, NORWELL Rothmann was a catalyst of Norwell’s first state championship in program history as she totaled 37 points, including the game-winning goal in the Div. 3 state final. The senior midfielder earned All-American honors and also was a South Shore League All-Star. Also a member of the basketball team, Rothmann will continue her playing career at Providence College. SAMANTHA SMITH, WHITMAN-HANSON Smith was an integral member of Whitman-Hanson’s stout defense. The senior midfielder was the Patriot League’s Most Valuable Player, an All-New England selection and an All-American. Also an integral part of the Panthers’ varsity basketball team, Smith will continue her playing career at Boston College in the fall. AVERY SNEAD, KING PHILIP Snead added to her accolades this fall as she followed up her sophomore season with a standout junior campaign. The King Philip striker scored 20 goals and 14 assists to win Hockomock League MVP for a second consecutive season. An Eastern Mass. All-New England member, Snead is committed to Providence College. EMMA TUCKER, NOTRE DAME ACADEMY Tucker capped off her career in style, scoring 13 goals and adding 15 assists in leading Notre Dame to a 15-3-4 season. A four-year varsity starter, Tucker earned EMGSCA All-State honors while also winning Player of the Year for Div. 2 South. The senior midfielder will head to the University of Miami in the fall. ALEXI VAILLANCOURT, MILLIS Vaillancourt helped lead Millis to a second consecutive Div. 4 state title as she scored 12 goals and added four assists. The center earned Tri-Valley League All-Star as Div. 4 South Player of the Year. Only a junior, Vaillancourt is a member of the honor roll. KRISTI VIERRA, NORWELL Vierra was a focal point of Norwell’s run to its first state championship in program history as she scored 30 goals to go with 10 assists in helping the Clippers to a 22-2-1 record. Vierra earned South Shore League All-Star and All-New England honors. The junior midfielder also is a member of the basketball team and has verbally committed to Wake Forest. LARISSA WILLIAMS, NEWTON SOUTH Williams was a crucial member of Newton South’s offensive attack that engineered the Lions’ run to the Div.1 South final. The junior forward scored 13 goals while also piling up an eye-popping 22 assists. A Dual County League All-Star, Williams has 30 goals and 51 assists over her three-year career. SOPHIA WOODLAND, MASCONOMET A senior midfielder for a team that went 18-1-1, Woodland scored five goals and 14 assists to earn Cape Ann League Player of the Year honors. A member of the National Honor Society, Woodland is committed to Boston University. FRANCESCA YANCHUK, BISHOP FEEHAN Yanchuk set the school record for goals in 2018, as she scored 39 times to help lead Bishop Feehan to a 14-3-1 overall record. Through two seasons, the sophomore striker has 68 career goals and is a two-time Eastern Athletic Conference All-Star. Yanchuk has already verbally committed to Providence College. All-Scholastics girls soccer All-Stars BAY STATE CONFERENCE Abigail Dobies, Ariana Bunch (Newton North); Bridgette Coady (Braintree); Abby McLaughlin (Walpole); Rory Clare, Abby Comella (Wellesley); Katherine McElroy, Eleanor Fisher, Serena Sink, Katherine O’Brien (Brookline); Alex Campana, Abigail Gerdes, Laney Ross, Kelsey Hatt (Natick); Hannah Smith, Melissa Strauss (Needham); Emma Lynch, Drew Dempsey (Weymouth); Riley Grable, Mikayla Dresser, Julia Rosano (Framingham) MVP: Katherine McElroy, Emma Lynch BOSTON CITY LEAGUE Grace Battite, Elizabeth Frattaroli, Zaineb Kamoune (Latin Academy); Deina Da Costa Lopes , Emilsa Timas, Cinthia Ayala Velasquez (Boston International); Vivian Bobadilla, Yeimi Garcia, Royaumine Laurore (Brighton); Paula Alves, Alia Correia, Ely Lopes (Burke); Khadijah Abdurrashid, Blandjica Altidor, Selena Monteiro Pires (CASH); Zedeizka Berlingeri, Idalina Dosouto, Roberssi Reynoso (Charlestown); Britanny Bonilla, Florence Gutierrez, Andrea Vasquez (East Boston); Ariana Semedo DePina, Jennifer Dizz, Brenda Guevara (Madison Park); Keanna DeBarros, Saliah Soares, Biandie Trente (New Mission); Grace Burns, Jay Gomez, Katherine Tovar-Rodriguez (O’Bryant); Melissa Cuellar, Rebecca Cremin, Ana Ventura (Snowden); Luz Alonzo, Kora Bazile, Naylana Maloof Cambel (South Boston); Nathanelle Cadet, Angelica Denis, Velvillina Monteiro (Tech Boston); Ramos Anya, L’Chamminnie Dallas, Physics Estiverne (West Roxbury) CAPE AND ISLANDS Claire Meli, Emma Ball, Kate Donahue, Megan Freedholm (Sturgis West); Ruby Dupont, Waverly Brannigan, Haleigh Johnson, Lauren D’Aprix (Nantucket); Kelsey Olson, Abigail Higgins, Maggie Dever (Monomoy); Madelyn Wojciechowski, Charlotte Bodwell, Jenna Williams (St. John Paul); Ainsley Ramsey, Helena Weare, Paige Francis (Falmouth Academy); Alex Phaneuf, Pricilla Martinelli (Rising Tide); Emily Boyle, Maggie Sandland (Sturgis East); Alexis Condon (Martha’s Vineyard); Sami Fuga (Cape Cod Tech) MVP: Madelyn Wojciechowski COMMONWEALTH ATHLETIC CONFERENCE UPPER: Olivia Cassidy, Hope Miller, Jackie Nazzaro, Ali Vienneau (Essex Tech); Gwen Rhuda, Kate Story, Mackenzie Wentzell (Mystic Valley); Kaitlyn Amidon, Monique Kazelyan, Eryn Ward (Shawsheen); Andrea Guerrero, Aliza Som (Greater Lowell) MVP: Hope Miller MIDDLE: Annika Hanson, Natalie Kelleher, Erin Kunze, Bridget Ryan (Notre Dame); Catherine Currier, Fae Eisenheim, Liana Fushi, Sophia Li (Minuteman); Gitu Degefa, Elena Ruiz, Yoselin Tupul (Chelsea); Nina Dakin, Isabelle Piscitelli (Whittier) MVP: Annika Hanson LOWER: Sara Colbert, Nicole Hardy, Falyn Hunt, Sam O’Brien (Northeast); Tayla Contino, Kaitlyn May, Jess Tine (Nashoba Tech); Carolina Catano, Sandy Garcia, Carolyn Pojoy (Lynn Tech); Yanelize Cepeda, Lissettte Contreras (Greater Lawrence); Meredith Gebski, Jamie Walsh (PMA) MVP: Nicole Hardy EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Kassidy Fields, Kaylee Haynes, Stephanie Hardiman (Coyle-Cassidy); Fiona Kane, Mikalya Cotter, Hailey Goodman, Francesca Yanchuk, Grace Robison (Bishop Feehan); Catherine Yeargin, Rylie Carreau, Abby Fernandes, Lily Shields (Bishop Stang) HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE Juliana France (Milford); Ashlyn Gaulin, Emma Gaulin, Sam Hawkins, Kayla Pasquel (North Attleboro); Melissa Reef, Emily Vigeant, Michaela Maughn, Stephanie Kemp (Mansfield); Avery Snead, Chloe Layne, Ally Stanton (King Philip); Sarah Collins (Canton); Maxine Gordon (Sharon); Alex Stamatos, Jordyn Collins, Kenzi Fraser, Morgan Sylvestre (Foxboro); Sabrina Addi, Breanna Atwood, Anna Balkus, Grace Gallo (Franklin); Isabella Salviati (Attleboro); Gabriella McLaughlin, Brianna Gibson, Abigail Hodges (Oliver Ames) MVP: Avery Snead MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE ALL-CONFERENCE: Julianna Kennedy, Hope Joel (Andover); Lizzie Dankert (Central Catholic); Kylee Murphy, Angelina Albano, Sydney Owen (Haverhill); Rileigh Cinquegrano, Olivia Gotobed, Peyton Sportelli (North Andover); Haley Mignon, Alyssa Marchelleta (Tewksbury); Emma O’Leary, Maddison Bulens (Billerica); Kat Slattery, Kate Kruger (Chelmsford); Brooke Boermeester, Leah Durkin, Makendra Looney (Dracut) MVP: Rileigh Cinquegrano, Emma O’Leary NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE NORTH: Lauren Clement, Olivia Anderson, Arianna Bezanson (Danvers); Haley Bernhardt, Mackenzie Kearney (Swampscott); Anna Edson, Katelyn Singer, Jordan Butters (Beverly); Jill Hutchinson (Somerville); Aja Alimonti (Peabody); Rachael Saulnier (Marblehead); Lyndsey Martins (Medford) MVP: Lauren Clement SOUTH: Allison LeBlanc, Kylie Roan (Saugus); Maura Dorr, Julia Marcoccio (Winthrop); Beatriz DeOliveira, Darcy Cummings, Jill Tramondozzi (Malden); Fatima Girdia, Julia Jordan (Lynn Classical); Carolina Carvalho Bettero (Revere); Melissa Zayas (Lynn English); Isabella Wronkowski (Salem) MVP: Allison LeBlanc PATRIOT LEAGUE KEENAN: Lilly Reale, Kate Falvey, Emily Meservey, Emma Hynes, Kate Dalimonte, Jess Parnell (Hingham); Samantha Smith, Skylar Kuzmich, Kelsee Wozniak, Samantha Perkins (Whitman-Hanson); Brooke Jones, Leah Yucius, Sophia Schortmann (Duxbury); Izzy Ruprecht, Hannah Vogt, Calliste Brookshire (Silver Lake); Megan Banzi (Plymouth North) MVP: Samantha Smith FISHER: Katerina Reidy, Molly Gould, Lucy Smith, Kaylin Louge, Jaycee Rojik (Scituate); Lindsey Maslow, Dorothy Tilden, Gillian Kenney, Sara Norton (Hanover); Olivia Kudrikow, Kendra McIntosh, Julia Quindley, Anna Hajnasr (Plymouth South); Jill Hendriksen, Jenna Hendriksen (Pembroke); Jillian O’Toole, Hannah Ford (Quincy) MVP: Olivia Kudrikow
11 Dec 18
MarketPresswire

(EMAILWIRE.COM, December 11, 2018 ) “The UK Clothing Market 2018 – 2023”, report offers comprehensive insight and analysis of the clothing market (including forecasts up to 2023), the major players, the main trends, and consumer attitudes. It provides in-depth analysis of the following: the hot issues impacting the market, strategies for success, market sizes and forecasts, retailer profiles, retailer market shares, consumer data and future outlook. The report focuses on womenswear, menswear, childrenswear and accessories. Consumer data is based on our 2018 How Britain Shops survey, using a panel of 10,000 nationally representative consumers, as well as our 2018 UK clothing survey, using a panel of 5,000 nationally representative consumers.

The UK clothing market is forecast to reach 46.3bn in 2018, with forecast growth of 10.4% between 2018 and 2023. Inflation continues to drive the market as volumes experience another year of decline in 2018. However we expect a recovery over the next five years as consumer sentiment improves, with volumes reaching 1.8% in 2023.

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Scope:
– Primark is forecast to become the UK’s second largest clothing retailer in 2018, overtaking Next.
– Menswear is the driving force of the clothing sector, forecast to grow by 12.3% over the next five years as greater trend incorporation and newness drives volumes
– 60.9% of UK clothing shoppers purchased an item online in the past year.

Reasons to buy:
– Use our in-depth analysis of value retailer Primark in order to understand why it is winning market share and the lessons to be learned from its proposition.
– Understand how social media impacts clothing purchases in order to fully exploit such platforms and drive online spending.
– Consider how much of a threat smaller players are to your proposition in order to adapt your strategy to better position yourself.
– Learn how drivers of clothing purchases, such as price, quality and customer service, change in importance among different demographics in order to maximise your sales potential.

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Key Players:
Amazon
Arcadia
ASDA
ASOS
Boden
Bonmarch
boohoo.com
boohooMAN
Coast
Debenhams
Dorothy Perkins
eBay
Fashion Nova
Footasylum
H&M
House of Fraser
JD Sports
John Lewis
Joules
Marks & Spencer
Matalan
Missguided
Missy Empire
New Look
Next
Peacocks
Pep & Co
Primark
QUIZ
QUIZMan
River Island
Sainsbury’s
SilkFred
Sports Direct
Ted Baker
TK Maxx
Topshop
Warehouse
Zara

Key Points from TOC:
THE HOT ISSUES
Market drivers and inhibitors in clothing
Main issues in clothing :
Established multichannel players under pressure as new online pureplays vie for market share
Social medias influence on clothing choices cannot be ignored
Value players hold the most appeal in the clothing sector
Invest in bridging the online/offline gap
Strategies for success
WHAT PEOPLE BUY
Headlines
The sector at a glance
The sector in context
Overall sector size
Overall sector growth
Category growth in clothing
Category dynamics: womenswear
Category dynamics: women’s outerwear
Category dynamics: women’s underwear
Category dynamics: menswear
Category dynamics: men’s outerwear
Category dynamics: men’s underwear
Category dynamics: accessories
Category dynamics: childrenswear
Category dynamics: girlswear
Category dynamics: boyswear
Category dynamics: infantswear
Spend per head
Online dynamics
WHERE PEOPLE BUY
Headlines
Channels of distribution
Market shares
Key metrics for leading retailers
Visited retailers
Retailer profiles
Debenhams
Tesco
H&M
Primark
ASOS
Pep & Co
QUIZ
Boden
Competitor dynamics
HOW & WHY PEOPLE SHOP
Headlines
Who shops and where they are located
Which categories they buy
Channels used by consumers
Fulfilment methods used by consumers
Frequency of shopping
What’s important when purchasing clothing
Likelihood of recommending retailer to a friend
Shopping preferences
METHODOLOGY
What is included
Market sizing

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