Posted October 08, 2019 09:17:24 Aussie brands will have to start thinking again about the new year, as the new years resolutions to tackle climate change and a lack of jobs will mean many of them are already planning to move into a new year without a new bag.
In 2019, we’re going to see a lot more of the same old stories, but it will be a lot harder to see the change we need.
We need to see changes that work.
The new year is going to be tough.
The world’s most expensive luxury bags are being designed in Australia, and there are some pretty big changes ahead.
Read more: It’s time for a look back at some of the key trends shaping the new decade, and the changes that will be happening across the country.
Read more: What’s in store for 2019 in the Australian fashion industry?
New style trend: handbags The trend of bag-less men’s handbags has been gaining momentum, with designers and brands including JCPenney, Bunnings and Zara launching their own designs in 2019.
While it will take time to see what new designs and styles come to the Australian market, some brands are already considering new products to make up for the loss of handbags.
New trends in 2019 include the creation of bagless menswear, the creation and sale of handbag-less accessories and the introduction of hand bagless luggage.
More women in senior positions: A new year can’t come soon enough?
New business leaders are looking for ways to ensure women are in senior leadership positions, with many taking to Twitter to express their desire to see more women taking up the roles.
For instance, @HannahMcGregor tweeted: I want @HollyBaron to be a CEO in the next year.
The tweet went viral, with people tweeting that Baron is the most successful female CEO of all time, while other women have pointed out that Baron has not had a male CEO in her company.
“I’ve worked with a lot of women leaders over the years, and I have to say I don’t think that they’ve had a female CEO in their company.
We’ve seen some incredible leadership at the top, but I think we are in a better position now than we were at the beginning of this century,” Baron told Business Insider.
The rise of digital shopping When the digital shopping world first came to Australia, it was a new, exciting and completely different experience than what Australians were used to.
More than a decade on, digital shopping is taking hold, and in 2019, shoppers will be looking to find the products they want at their local retailers, rather than having to spend hundreds of dollars at a chain like Walmart.
Digital shopping is now a $300 billion industry, and more than 20 retailers are vying for customers, while there are more than 600 online stores offering customers a wider range of products and services.
More people with disabilities: The new century will be challenging for the world’s least well-off citizens New research from the Institute of Disability Studies suggests that disability will remain a significant issue in 2019 for the global economy.
Research from the institute found that one in four Australians aged 15-64 is disabled, and almost half of people living with a disability are living in poverty.
Some of these people may find themselves struggling to find affordable housing, as well as getting around the city.
More kids growing up: In 2019, more children are growing up in poverty, with some of them in schools that are far behind their peers.
Poverty is also rising globally, with the number of children living in extreme poverty rising by 17 per cent between 2010 and 2019, the institute says.
More family holidays: Families can spend more time together and have more time for each other in 2019 as they spend less time apart.
If you are looking to make the most of your vacation, the Institute suggests visiting your grandparents in 2019 and spending as much time with them as possible.
New products to cater for the changing world: It’s time to re-frame the way we live in 2019 The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) says the world is changing, with a new economy, new technologies and new social issues.
It has found that Australians are living longer, spending more time at work and more often working from home.
More opportunities for people with learning disabilities: More opportunities are available for people who have learning disabilities, and we’re now seeing them thrive in the workplace, according to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
More diversity in senior roles: There is a lot that needs to be done to help people achieve their