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  1. 1. locationgroup research . Retail Market Study 2014 locationgroup ·  150 GLOBAL CITIES  500 SHOPPING MALLS  800 HIGH STREETS  1,000 RETAILERS  1,500 PAGES  3,000 STORE OPENINGS  100,000 READERS REACHED SO FAR  HOLIDAY RESORTS, EXPANSION PLANS, M&A TRANSACTIONS 6th Edition EUR 195.– EUROPE EUR 195.– AMERICAS EUR 195.– ASIA & PACIFIC, MIDDLE EAST + AFRICA EUR 499.– FULL EDITION www.location-group.com www.retail-study.com PREVIEW
  2. 2. The Location Group I Amsterdam I Geneva I Gstaad I Hanoi l London I Munich I New York I St. Moritz I Zurich I T +41 44 225 95 00 I www.location.ch The Luxury Location Specialists Store Acquisition Lausanne Zurich Summer 2011 I Retail Advisor Store Letting Rue du Rhône Geneva Summer 2008 I Landlord Advisor Store Acquisition Promenade Gstaad Summer2012 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition Lausanne Zurich Summer 2011 I Retail Advisor Store Letting Rue du Rhône Geneva Summer 2008 I Landlord Advisor Store Acquisition Maximilianstrasse 16 Munich Summer 2012 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisitions Geneva, Munich, St. Moritz, Zurich 2011–2013 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition Bahnhofstrasse 40 Zurich Spring 2005 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisitions Geneva & Zurich Spring 2006 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition Via Serlas 26 St. Moritz Autumn 2012 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisitions Crystals Mall, Las Vegas Zinnengasse 4, Zurich 2012–2013 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition Maximilianstrasse 25 Munich Autumn 2010 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition Marktgasse 19 Bern Spring 2011 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition Via Serlas 22 St. Moritz Summer 2014 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisitions Strategic Advisory Athens,Budapest, Düsseldorf,Kolonaki, Munich, Stockholm, Warsaw 2007–2009 I Retail Consultant Store Acquisition P.C. Hooftstraat 124 Amsterdam Spring 2013 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition Bahnhofstrasse 28a Zurich Autumn 2010 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition Bahnhofstrasse 44 Zurich Spring 2014 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisitions Kampen/Sylt, Kitzbühl, Zermatt Summer 2011 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition Geneva & St. Moritz 2008–2011 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition Rennweg 23 Zurich Autumn 2007 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition Rue du Rhône 62 Geneva Spring 2011 I Retail Advisor Store Letting Rue du Rhône 80-82 Geneva Summer 2008 I Landlord Advisor Store Acquisitions Munich, Lausanne, Zurich 2005–2013 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition Promenade 50 Gstaad Winter 2012 I Retail Advisor Location Consulting Store Acquisitions Amsterdam, Antwerp, Brussels, Copenhagen, Geneva, Ginza, Lugano, Manhasset, Miami, Vienna, Zermatt 2009–2011 I Retail Consultant Store Acquisition Amsterdam, St. Moritz & Zurich Winter 2013 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition Kuttelgasse 17 Zurich Summer 2009 I Retail Consultant Store Acquisition Bahnhofstrasse Zurich Spring 2014 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition Rue du Bourg 53 Lausanne Summer 2011 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition Bahnhofstrasse 38 Zurich Summer 2011 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition P.C. Hooftstraat 63 Amsterdam Spring 2014 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition via Serlas 28 St. Moritz Spring 2014 I Retail Advisor Store Acquisition Kurfürstendamm 54-55 Berlin Summer 2012 I Retail Advisor
  3. 3. Retail Market Study Pre-order 2014 Pre-orders received before 1st March 2014 get an early bird discount of 30%. Orders can also be made online at www.retail-study.com.Visit new website from 27 February 2014. Retail Market Study Europe 2014 per Issue (Specials:Holiday Resorts, European Shopping Malls & Retail Real Estate Investments) EUR 195.- Issue(s) Retail Market Study Middle East, Asia & Pacific, and Africa 2014 EUR 195.- Issue(s) Retail Market Study North and Latin America 2014 (Specials:Retailer Expansion Plans and Retail M&A Deals Worldwide) EUR 195.- Issue(s) Retail Market Study Full Edition 2014 EUR 499.- Issue(s) Surname/First name Company Street Post Code/City Country Telephone E-Mail Signature Retail Market Study Pre-order 2014 Pre-orders received before 1st March 2014 get an early bird discount of 30%. Orders can also be made online at www.retail-study.com.Visit new website from 27 February 2014. Retail Market Study Europe 2014 per Issue (Specials:Holiday Resorts, European Shopping Malls & Retail Real Estate Investments) EUR 195.- Issue(s) Retail Market Study Middle East, Asia & Pacific, and Africa 2014 EUR 195.- Issue(s) Retail Market Study North and Latin America 2014 (Specials:Retailer Expansion Plans and Retail M&A Deals Worldwide) EUR 195.- Issue(s) Retail Market Study Full Edition 2014 EUR 499.- Issue(s) Surname/First name Company Street Post Code/City Country Telephone E-Mail Signature LOCATION GROUP Rennweg 58 CH-8021 Zurich LOCATION GROUP Rennweg 58 CH-8021 Zurich locationluxury · locationpremium · locationinvestment · streetfront · locationluxury · locationpremium · locationinvestment · streetfront · Visitournewwebsitefrom27February2014:www.location-group.comVisitournewwebsitefrom27February2014:www.location-group.com
  4. 4. Preview | 3locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Table of Contents VOLUME 1 EUROPE CONTINENTAL EUROPE 01 Overview Europe 02 Overview Switzerland 03 Zurich 04 Geneva 05 Lucerne 06 Lugano 07 Swiss Department Stores 08 Swiss Shopping Malls 09 Swiss Retail Real Estate Investments 10 Swiss M&A Deals 11 Overview Germany 12 Berlin 13 Munich 14 Hamburg 15 Cologne 16 Frankfurt 17 Stuttgart 18 Düsseldorf 19 German Shopping Malls 20 German Retail Real Estate Investments 21 German M&A Deals 22 Overview Austria 23 Vienna 24 Salzburg 25 Innsbruck 26 Austrian Shopping Malls 27 Overview United Kingdom 28 London 29 Dublin 30 Edinburgh 31 Glasgow 32 Overview Western & Southern Europe 33 Paris 34 Brussels 35 Antwerp 36 Amsterdam 37 Milan 38 Rome 39 Florence 40 Venice 41 Barcelona 42 Madrid 43 Lisbon NORTHERN EUROPE 44 Overview Northern Europe 45 Copenhagen 46 Oslo 47 Stockholm 48 Helsinki EASTERN EUROPE 49 Overview Russia 50 Moscow 51 St. Petersburg 52 Overview Eastern Europe 53 Kiev 54 Tallinn 55 Riga 56 Vilnius 57 Warsaw 58 Prague 59 Budapest 60 Bucharest 61 Almaty 62 Baku
  5. 5. 4 | Preview locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 VOLUME 2 MIDDLE EAST, ASIA & PACIFIC, AND AFRICA MIDDLE EAST 92 Overview Middle East 93 Istanbul 94 Tel Aviv 95 Beirut 96 Abu Dhabi 97 Dubai 98 Riyadh 99 Jeddah 100 Kuwait City 101 Doha 102 Amman 103 Muscat ASIA & PACIFIC 104 Overview India 105 Mumbai 106 New Delhi 107 Overview Asia & Pacific 108 Hanoi 109 Ho Chi Minh City 110 Bangkok 111 Kuala Lumpur 112 Singapore 113 Jakarta 114 Manila 115 Overview China 116 Beijing 117 Shanghai 118 Hong Kong 119 Macau 120 Chongqing 121 Wuhan 122 Chengdu SOUTHEAST EUROPE 63 Overview Southeast Europe 64 Athens 65 Belgrade 66 Skopje 67 Zagreb SPECIALS 68 European Shopping Malls 69 European Retail Real Estate Investments HOLIDAY RESORTS 70 Holiday Resorts 71 Monte Carlo 72 Nice 73 Cannes 74 St. Tropez 75 Chamonix 76 Courchevel 77 Cortina d’Ampezzo 78 Porto Cervo 79 Forte dei Marmi 80 CapriHOLIDAY RESORTS 81 St. Moritz 82 Gstaad 83 Andermatt 84 Zermatt 85 Crans-Montana 86 Kitzbühel 87 Sylt 88 Iberian Islands 89 Aspen 90 The Hamptons 91 Hawaii Table of Contents
  6. 6. Preview | 5locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 123 Xi’an 124 Shenyang 125 Harbin 126 Nanjing 127 Guangzhou 128 Qingdao 129 Seoul 130 Taipei 131 Tokyo 132 Yokohama 133 Osaka 134 Nagoya 135 Sapporo 136 Kobe 137 Sydney 138 Melbourne 139 Brisbane AFRICA 140 Overview Africa 141 Casablanca 142 Marrakech 143 Algiers 144 Cairo 145 Accra 146 Lagos 147 Windhoek 148 Johannesburg 149 Cape Town VOLUME 3 NORTH AND LATIN AMERICA NORTH AMERICA 150 Overview North America 151 Vancouver 152 Toronto 153 New York 154 Boston 155 Chicago 156 Washington D.C. 157 Atlanta 158 Miami 159 Houston 160 Dallas 161 Denver 162 Las Vegas 163 San Francisco 164 Los Angeles 165 San Diego LATIN AMERICA 166 Overview Latin America 167 Mexico City 168 Panama City 169 Bogota 170 Lima 171 Santiago 172 Sao Paulo 173 Rio De Janeiro SPECIALS 174 50 Biggest International Retail Investments 175 50 Most Popular Store Openings 176 Top Prime Shopping Centres opened in 2013 177 Most Expensive Retail Locations Worldwide 178 Special Expansion Plans and New Retail Concepts 179 M&A Deals Worldwide
  7. 7. 6 | Preview locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Publisher: THE LOCATION GROUP, Rennweg 58, CH-8001 Zürich T +41 (0)44 225 95 00, F +41 (0)44 225 95 01 Email: info@location-group.com Internet: www.location-group.com LOCATION LUXURY, www.locationluxury.com LOCATION PREMIUM, www.locationpremium.com LOCATION INVESTMENT, www.locationinvestment.com STREET FRONT, www.street-front.com Layout: Geyst AG, Zurich, www.geyst.ch Print and Editorial: HP Media Group GmbH, www.hp-media-group.com Press date: 10 January 2014 Price: Retail Market Study – Europe 195 EUR (incl. VAT) Retail Market Study – Middle East, Asia and Pacific, and Africa 195 EUR (incl. VAT) Retail Market Study – North and Latin America 195 EUR (incl. VAT) Retail Market Study – Full Edition 499 EUR (incl. VAT) Orders: Fax: +41 (0)44 225 95 01 E-mail: order@retail-study.com Internet: www.retail-study.com Disclaimer: This document was compiled by THE LOCATION GROUP Research Team and is not the result of our location or financial analyses. This publication is for information purposes only and was compiled on the basis of accessible information. The ideas and opinions expressed herein are those of THE LOCATION GROUP Research Team at the time of printing (and are subject to change without notice). This publi- cation may be quoted provided it is cited as a source. We ask for a sample copy. Copyright © 2014: LOCATION GROUP AG and/or its affiliates – all rights reserved. The information contained in this publication is based on accessible sources that we consider to be reliable. We give no guarantee for the correctness and completeness of this information. We accept no liability for the use of this report or its contents. Visit us on the Internet: www.retail-study.com or www.location-group.com
  8. 8. Preview | 7locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview | 7locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 For the sixth time in succession THE LOCATION GROUP publishes its unique Retail Market Study. The last year’s edition had a size of nearly 1,000 pages. This year we cover the retail development of the 150 most important cities for fashion retail worldwide. It is reflected in the size of 1,500 pages and covering more than 3,000 store openings. We decided to split the book into three parts: In the first book we cover the retail development in Europe. Additionally we included the development in the Holiday resorts worldwide. The second book includes Middle East, Asia and Pacific, and Africa. Information on North and Latin America is available in book three with two specials, the Retail M&A Deals and the Retailers’ Expansion Plans. All three books together form the Retail Market Study 2014. For this third worldwide report of its kind, THE LOCATION GROUP again scouted all highly frequented retail locations and shopping malls worldwide. The previous reports reached 100,000 readers so far. The very positive feedback and numerous requests we received on the 2012 and 2013 reports prompted us to extend our study to cover over 800 high streets and 500 shopping malls. European premium and luxury retailers are expanding rapidly into Asia and Latin America. Africa is also a target for expansion but a little less than Asia and Latin America. This trend is reflected in an enormous increase in the premium and luxury shop openings. For nine years THE LOCATION GROUP has been one of the leading international retail real estate boutique agencies for tenants, own- ers, and investors of retail properties and shopping centers world- wide. All data compiled in the Retail Market Study is the fundamental base for our new online website project with the goal to bring today’s offline retail real estate world online. Retailers, landlords, investors and brokers can expect the launch of our online database soon. THE LOCATION GROUP wishes you an enjoyable reading experience and we do hope you will find this years report both informative and enjoyable. Marc-Christian Riebe CEO, President and Founder Foreword
  9. 9. · locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 20148 | Preview New York Alexander McQueen, Madison Avenue, New York On Fifth Avenue, one of the largest H&M stores worldwide arrived at number 589 in October 2013. Valentino is set to open in 2014 at 693 Fifth Avenue here in the old Takashimaya Building. Ralph Lau- ren has snapped up the former space of Disney at number 711. Spread over two floors, Dolce&Gabbana’sflagship store now opens doors to the public at number 717. On Madison Avenue, Oscar de la Renta doubled retail space to 3,700 square feet (344 square metres) at number 772. For its first U.S. store, men’s clothier Kent & Curwen has sewed up the venue at number 815. Maje said bonjour to 1070 Madison Avenue with a light, airy boutique. Canali won the seventh location in the U.S. at number 625 and launched a 6,000-square-foot (557.42 square metre) flagship store. Baccarat celebrated 250 years of heritage by introducing New York a new flagship store at number 635, while Alexander McQueen decided to decamp to number 747 and the quirkily preppy, bow-festooned world of Kate Spade hit the venue at number 789. Lanvin finally opened its doors at 807 to introduce luxury collections entirely dedicated to men, Anya Hindmarch celebrated first U.S.flagship store at number 795 and Valentino unveiled a four-storey town house at number 821. Skyline, New York
  10. 10. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview | 9 OnBroadway,the three-storey flagship store of MichaelKors,with an entire floor dedicated to men’s products, is located at number 520. After announcing its 57,000-square-foot (5,295 square metre) store at Fifth Avenue, H&M breaks its own record with the enormous flagship at Herald Centre, 1293 Broadway and 34th Street. On Greene Street, Etienne Aigner stamped its name at number 65 with a 3,500-square-foot (325 square metre) boutique. In the Dolce & Gabbana, Fifth Avenue, New York Baccarat, Madison Avenue, New York Michael Kors, Broadway, New York event of its 60th anniversary celebration, Chloé celebrated the Prototype concept at number 93. The brightly-coloured, Scandi- navian folklore-inspired female’s brand Gudrun Sjödén opened its sixteenth global store and the first in the U.S. at number 50. Saint Laurent Paris has marked 80 Greene Street at East 57th Street as the new Soho’s store. Alice + Olivia closed its Greene Street pop-up shop in favour of a new storefront down the block at number 89.
  11. 11. · locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 201410 | Preview InLandmarkPrince’s,RalphLaurenintroduced its first and largest men’s flagship store in Asia. Hong Kong At IFC Mall, Bottega Veneta was one of the latest fashion houses to join the list of high-end brands that have made the mall their home in 2013. Luxury watchmaker Blancpain simultaneously revealed two boutiques in Hong Kong, the first one in IFC Mall and the other one at 1881 Heritage in Tsim Sha Tsui. Pomellato chose the mall to begin its Asian expansion. IFC Mall is also, where Tumi made the retail debut in the city. Alice + Olivia launched the open- ing of their first freestanding store in Greater China and Southeast Asia here. Penhaligon’s also built up the first-ever flagship in Hong Kong inside the iconic shopping centre. Miu Miu relentlessly pur- sued its development strategy in Hong Kong, as the brand opened its ninth outlet, located in the city’s prestigious IFC Mall. Miu Miu, IFC Mall, Hong Kong Skyline, Hong Kong
  12. 12. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview | 11 In Causeway Bay, Breitling located its first boutique in Hong Kong along the bustling Hennessy Road, at number 519–521. UGG Australia opened a new store at 2 Yiu Wa Street. IWC has now settled the brand’s first street-level store at 19 Yun Ping Road. Sandro rolled out second store and first Asian flagship store at Lee Gardens, one of the best luxury shopping destinations in Hong Kong. Tiffany & Co. increased its presence in the city in Times Square, on 1 Matheson Street. Rado opened a new flagship store in the district, at 539 Lockhart Road. OnQueen’sRoad,the retail giant Topshopset up its first Hong Kong store at number 59–65, on the ground level of Asia Standard Tower. Pomellato, IFC Mall, Hong Kong Ralph Lauren men’s store, Landmark Prince’s, Hong Kong
  13. 13. · 12 | Preview locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 On New Bond Street, Chanel unveiled its largest global flagship store of 12,600 square feet (1,170 square metres) at number 158– 159. Breitling opened its first UK flagship store of 2,700 square foot (250 square metre) at number 130 while Dolce & Gabbana revealed the fourth London store at number 53–55. The Swiss luxury watch brand Patek Philippe has taken over the leasehold of number 16, which was previously occupied by Watches of Switzerland and will debut its boutique in the United Kingdom soon. At Oxford Street, Pandora hit London again, this time with its larg- est global flagship store at number 465. G-Star has agreed to pay Carphone Warehouse more than 2.5 million Pounds to take on the lease to its store at 272–274 Oxford Street, which is next door to John Lewis. Sports Direct, the company led by Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley, will open a new superstore at number 150. On Sloane Street, Tom Ford reinforced the street’s fashionable reputation in luxury retail by debuting London’s flagship store at The Cadogan Estate’s new development at number 201–206. At Mount Street, the prestigious bridal brand Oscar de la Renta finally unveiled its largest store worldwide at number 130, near to Marc Jacobs, Christian Louboutin and Balenciaga. London AtRegentStreet,WatchesofSwitzerlandwill open the UK’s largest flagship store at The Crown Estate’s W4 development at number 153–167 in 2014. & other Stories, the new brand from the company behind H&M and COS, fêted its first store in London at number 256–258. French luxury brand Longchamphas stepped up its global expansion and signed up for a space at number 229. KarlLagerfeld has agreed the deal to open his first London store as part of his plan for a worldwide fashion empire. On South Molton Street, Bimba & Lola continued its growth in international markets. The company, immersed in a development plan outside the Spanish market, opened its fourth store in London. Eton opened a flagship store in the heart of Mayfair at number 53. Eton’s offers a 646-square-foot ground level that houses Eton’s full collection of fine menswear. Skyline, London
  14. 14. Preview | 13locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Chanel, New Bond Street, London Breitling, New Bond Street, London Christian Louboutin, Selfridges, London
  15. 15. · locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 201414 | Preview Paris OnAvenuedesChamps-Élysées,Zadig&Voltairelaunched double openings at the end of March 2013 at number 35 and on the corner of the Champs-Élysées and Avenue Franklin Roosevelt. During Paris Fashion Week in March 2013, M.A.C opened a two-level flagship store at 78 Avenue des Champs-Élysées measuring 373 square metres. Zara’s new flagship store at number 92 covers 1,300 square metres, adding the third store on the Champs-Elysées. Zara, Avenue des Champs-Élysées, Paris On Avenue Montaigne, in January 2013, Giorgio Armani launched a women’s retail store at the former Ungaro store at number 2. In April 2013, Versacereopened the boutique on 45 Avenue Montaigne with a new concept store. In June 2013, Fendi opened its new 300-square-metre flagship store in Paris at number 51, the former Gianfranco Ferre store. Saint Laurent bought Escada at 53 Avenue Montaigne to open its largest global flagship store with 1,000 square metres. Loewe and Valentino renovated their Avenue Montainge stores. QatarLuxuryGrouphas signed a lease on a 502-square-me- tre boutique at 50 Avenue Montaigne in Paris, previously occupied by D. Porthault. Versace, Avenue Montaigne, Paris M.A.C, Avenue des Champs-Élysées, Paris
  16. 16. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview | 15 Fendi, Avenue Montaigne, Paris Valentino, Avenue Montaigne, Paris
  17. 17. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 201416 | Preview On Rue de Sèvres, Shang Xia debuted its first store outside China at number 8, where Furla was once located. The Hermès little sister line Petit h opened a permanent space in Hermès’ Left Bank boutique on 17 Rue de Sèvres. MiuMiuand TAGHeuerstrengthened their presences in Paris with store openings within the prestigious department store Le Bon Marché. OnBoulevardSt.Germain,KarlLagerfeldopened his first European concept store at number 194 with 200 square metres, while Aigle renovated its 25 year old flagship store. On Rue Saint-Honoré, Peuterey has chosen the venue at number 205 to open its first flagship store in Paris. Solange Azagury- Partridgedebuted her Paris store just before Christmas at number 239. & other Stories replaced Joseph at number 277. A few steps from the prestigious Place Vendôme, French jeweller AKILLIS has opened its first boutique at number 332. Piquadro opened its first boutique in Paris at number 330–332. Zimmerli announced the opening of its first mono-brand store in Paris at number 336. Tom Ford officially opened a three-storey venue for women and men at 376–378 Rue Saint Honoré, which was once occupied by Ermene- gildo Zegna. Designers Viktor&Rolf have announced the opening of a flagship store in Paris at the prestigious address of number 370. Chanel temporarily opened at 382 Rue Saint Honoré while its original Rue Cambon store is under renovations until 2016. Karl Lagerfeld, Boulevard St. Germain, Paris AKILLIS, Rue Saint-Honoré, Paris Chanel, Rue Saint-Honoré, Paris
  18. 18. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview | 17 Shang Xia, Rue de Sèvres, Paris
  19. 19. · locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 201418 | Preview Tokyo Alexander Wang, Aoyama district, Tokyo In Ginza, Ruco Line, the Italian contemporary shoemakers, strengthened its presence in Tokyo with the new location at num- ber 4–3–14 Ginza, in Namiki Dori, a popular neighbourhood of lux- ury, art, and design. Tous also increased brand identity in the exclusive Namiki Dori, at number 6–6–9. Lanvin relocated its flag- ship store in Asia from Ginza 7-chome (opened in 2004) to the historical Seisho (Bible) Kan Building at number 4–5–1. Dolce & Gabbana refurbished one of its largest Asian stores at number 4–5–1 Ginza. Italian lingerie brand La Perla opened a Ginza’s store at Iwatsuki Building at number 6–7–7. Red-carpet celebrities’ favourite fashion brand CHCarolinaHerrerafinally landed in Tokyo with the first Japanese store at Hanatsubaki Street, 6–10 Ginza. Tommy Bahama opened Japan’s first bar, restaurant and store at number 7–10–1. In Aoyama district, the first permanent store and café in Japan of Maison Kitsuné was launched at 3–15–13 Minami-Aoyama. The US designer ThomBrownecelebrated his first Tokyo flagship store at 5–3–20 Minami-Aoyama. Pretty Ballerinas set up its own bou- tique at 5–6–14 Minami-Aoyama. “Aoyama Honten Maison de Provence” is the name of L’Occitane’s new flagship store at 3–5–18 Kita Aoyama, Minato-ku. AlexanderWangopened its first flagship store in Japan in October 2013, located in the upscale district Aoyama. Skyline, Tokyo InRoppongiHills, Issa,the London-based brand made famous inter- nationally by the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, debuted Tokyo’s shop in the Roppongi Hills shopping centre. Alexander McQueen launched its first accessories boutique in the world, also in the mall. Jacobs Cohen joins Alexander McQueen here to display premium collections. The second location in Tokyo of Stella McCa- rtney is located at the centre. In the middle of Keyakizaka Avenue in Roppongi Hills, Burberry’s fourth Japanese establishment is found.
  20. 20. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview | 19 Burberry, Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Coach, Oak Omotesando, TokyoEmporio Armani, Oak Omotesando, Tokyo InOmotesando,Nestlé has been expanding its premium portioned coffee brand Nespressoby opening a new boutique in the commer- cial complex. Coach picked a prominent location in the Oak Omo- tesando to celebrate its ninth boutique in the country. Emporio Armaniunveiled its new Tokyo unit in the same luxury building with Coach. Omotesando Hills witnessed the opening of Denham’s sec- ond store in the Japanese capital.
  21. 21. · locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 201420 | Preview On Bahnhofstrasse, the Swarovski flagship was refurbished and enlarged on more than 140 square metres. Yooji’sSushi opened its flagship store in July 2013 at Bahnhofstrasse 102 at the former Metzgerei Kauffmann, covering an area of about 200 square metres on two floors. Zara became a new tenant at the Bally Capitol, Bah- nhofstrasse 66, replacing Swiss shoe retailer Bally that moved to former Saint Phil space at number 20 on the street. The life insurer Swiss Life wanted to rebuild the Oscar Weber House on Bahnhof- strasse 75–79. The renovation started in early 2014 and estimated investment is around 100 million Swiss Francs. An exclusive party was launched to celebrate the new flagship store of Diesel in Zurich. With an area of 470 square metres, the store on Bahnhofstrasse 84 was designed following the criteria of the new brand concept. The Zett Meyer specialist watch shop at number 37 became a new branch of Van Cleef & Arpels, but the former tenant continues to run it. AudemarsPiguet launched its third Swiss store, which is also the first in Zurich, sharing 130 square metres with Jaeger-LeCoultre to open at former Douglas space on Bahnhof- strasse 32. Omega moved a few doors further along to where the Diesel fashion store used to be at Bahnhofstrasse 48 on 250 square metres, with Omega’s former 70-square-metre store at number 52 occupied by Longines. Zurich On Rennweg, Falke opened the doors of its new shop to Zurich’s citizens in May 2013 at number 2. The new store covers 200 square metres on two floors. Bahnhofstrasse, Zurich Audemars Piguet & Jaeger-LeCoultre, Bahnofstrasse, Zurich
  22. 22. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview | 21 Falke, Rennweg, Zurich OnStrehlgasse, at number 9, the Florentine fashion house Patrizia Pepecelebrated its twentieth anniversary by opening its first flag- ship store in Zurich in March 2013, covering an area of 140 square metres. The French label IRO opened its first store in Switzerland on Strehlgasse 5. At Muensterhof, German luxury brand MCM announced the open- ing of its latest flagship boutique in Switzerland. This is also the first standalone store in the country. Omega, Bahnhofstrasse, Zurich Iro, Strehlgasse, Zurich
  23. 23. · locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 201422 | Preview Milan Michael Kors, Corso Vittorio Emanuele, Milan On Corso Vittorio Emanuele, & other Stories continued the store-launching programme in Europe, conquering Milan with the flagship store at number 1. Michael Kors’ Lifestyle store was also unveiled on the street. InGalleriaVittorioEmanueleII,after opening a sales space of over 5,000 square metres by taking over the space of McDonald’s, Prada has secured a second store within Galleria, on the current site of the Feltrinelli bookstore. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II & The Duomo Milano
  24. 24. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview | 23 Prada Galleria Project, Prada menswear, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Milan OnViaMontenapoleone,LoroPianaopened in the space previously occupied by YSL at number 27 in autumn 2013. Giada introduced the Milanese to the flagship store at number 15. Moncler launched its second store in the city at number 1. Hermès has started con- struction on its new Maison in Milan, relocating from Via Sant’Andrea to Via Montenapoleone 12, and is scheduled to open in October 2014. Fendi opened its brand new flagship store at number 3 in Septem- ber 2013. Covering five floors and an area of 1,500 square metres, Roberto Cavalli’s largest flagship store worldwide will officially open during Milan Fashion Week in February 2014. In the Brera district, Gucci inaugurated its first-ever European men’s only store strategically opposite the renowned museum Pinacoteca. Fendi, Via Montenapoleone, Milan Gucci’s men store, Brera district, Milan
  25. 25. · locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 201424 | Preview Los Angeles On Rodeo Drive, French fashion brand Celine has opened the doors to its new store at number 319, featuring 3,100 square feet (288 square metres) of Parisian chic fashion for women. Ermenegildo Zegna made a major retail push in the U.S. in summer 2013, with the 5,800-square-foot (539 square metre) Los Angeles unit being located at 337 North Rodeo Drive. LuxurywatchretailerVacheronConstantinchosetheaddressatnum- ber 365 to locate its new store; and the new Burberry store, to open in 2014,willbringdigitaltechtoRodeoDrive.CarolinaHerreradedicated the new 2,676-square-foot (249 square metre) boutique to house her secondary line CH Carolina Herrera at 230 North Rodeo Drive. Hermès is launching an American push with three new projects, including its renovated Beverly Hills flagship store. After the lease Bottega Veneta, Melrose Place, Los Angeles Skyline, Los Angeles
  26. 26. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview | 25 Ermenegildo Zegna, Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles Hermes, Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles Vacheron Constantin, Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles for Melrose Avenue expired, Vera Wang announced a move into the two-tier, 5,500-square-foot (511 square metre) boutique at 428 North Rodeo Drive in January 2014. On Robertson Boulevard, Tommy Hilfiger opened its fourth free- standing store in the U.S., after Miami and New York. On Robertson Boulevard, Tommy Hilfiger opened its fourth free- standing store in the U.S., after Miami and New York. OnNorthBeverlyDrive, MitchellGold+BobWilliams have taken the lease on a 11,500-square-foot shop located at numbers 242-246. Luxury French retailer Maje joins a highly competitive space on 350 North Beverly Drive on 26th November 2013. Under the leadership of chief executive officer William Kim, AllSaints was once again charting a course toward expansion. The 5,500-square-foot store is the third in Southern California, has pushed the brand squarely into the digital age. On Melrose Place, Italian luxury house Bottega Veneta opened a new store at number 8445 in early July 2013, with a surface of 2,727 square feet (253 square metres). On Melrose Avenue, Marc Jacobs opened its second shop for its children’s line Little Marc Jacobs in Los Angeles in June at number 8410. The new 175-square-foot (16 square metre) boutique was previously at the rear of Marc by Marc Jacobs men’s store.
  27. 27. · locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 201426 | Preview Shanghai K11 ‘Art Mall’, Shanghai L’Avenue Mall, Shanghai Alexander McQueen, IAPM Mall, Shanghai On Nanjing Road, cosmetic fans now can explore the world of makeup inside Sephora’s largest flagship store of 1,500 square metres in China, located at the junction with Maoming Road. 990 Nanjing West Road accommodates the new property of Oysho who just revealed its first store in Shanghai alongside its ambitious plans to strengthen its presence in China. 10 Corso Como came to one of the liveliest districts in Shanghai at 1717 Nanjing West Road to unveil its series of unique personally curated art, fashion and design shows. The prestigious Swiss watchmaker ErnestBorel held the grand opening of its largest flagship store in Shanghai, located on Nanjing East Road in The Bund. A brand-new flagship store of the well-known brand Bershka, introduced by Shanghai New World Souvenirs Co., Ltd., was launched at Shanghai Souvenirs Shopping Centre on Nanjing East Road. In L’Avenue Mall, LVMH Group displays a strong contingent of their brands including LouisVuitton,Dior,Fendi,Bulgari,Céline,Loewe, and Tag Heuer. LVMH’s real estate arm L Real Estate also enticed other luxury brands Ermenegildo Zegna, Salvatore Ferragamo, Burberry and Prada to open large stores in the mall. After years of re-positioning in China, it was pleasing to see Ralph Lauren hitting its stride again and the L’Avenue store is the best yet in China. Not surprisingly, Chanel and Hermès, who are archrivals of LVMH, stayed away. In IAPM Mall, Gucci, in partnership with Bee Inc, unveiled an eco- friendly store. The third freestanding store in China of StellaMcCa- rtney was fêted in the mall. Mulberry provided IAPM Mall with the full product range inside the new store, which is not only the largest, but also the first establishment of the brand in the country. The new AlexanderMcQueenstore inside the mall reflected a new retail
  28. 28. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview | 27 store concept by Creative Director Sarah Burton and David Collins Studio. Alongside the inauguration of the prestigious International APM Mall, Prada and Miu Miu settled their new shops. Diamond jeweller De Beers has opened a second store in the Shanghai mall and its sixth in China. Apple is among the anchor tenants of the newly opened IAPM Mall in Shanghai. Rapidly growing Givenchy has announced a new Shanghai flagship store in the new centre. OnHuaihaiZhongLu,Fast Retailing has opened the world’s largest Uniqlo fashion store in Shanghai, covering 6,600 square metres. In K11 Art Mall, visitors are offered not only dining and entertain- ment, but also retail spaces dedicated to art from international players namely: Dolce&Gabbana,EmporioArmani,HugoBoss,and MaxMara.As one of the Swiss brand’s principal global stores, Bally also introduced a boutique of elegance and timeless beauty in K11 Art Mall. Sephora, Nanjing Road West, Shanghai Uniqlo, Huaihai Zhong Lu, Shanghai
  29. 29. · locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 201428 | Preview Beijing Peuterey, Charter Shopping Centre, Beijing La Perla, Parkview Green Mall, Beijing In Charter Shopping Centre, Peuterey doubled China’s presence with its second store in the capital, after the one in Shanghai. Damiani announced the opening of the first Beijing boutique in Charter. Karl Lagerfeld spearheaded Chinese expansion by locat- ing the one of the first stores here. In Parkview Green Mall, La Perla’s new boutique provides another cosy and romantic space for shoppers. Agent Provocateur chose the mall to make its debut in the Chinese market. French luxury brand Camille Fournet launched its first Chinese store in the cen- tre. StellaMcCartney also brought her signature to Parkview Green. Dress brand Tadashi Shoji based in Los Angeles decided to set up its first shop near Stella McCartney. Customers now can find a sparkling boutique of the Spanish jeweller CarrerayCarrerain here. A contemporary space was established to offer the modern haute-horlogerie essence from Swiss luxury watch brand SLYDE.
  30. 30. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview | 29 InShinKongPlace,AudemarsPiguetproudly celebrated the grand opening of its first boutique in China. The new shop carrying the distinctive logo of Louis Vuitton is easily recognised at the mall. Galeries Lafayette, Xidan district, Beijing Louis Vuitton, Shin Kong Place, Beijing At Wangfujing area, Rado celebrated its third Chinese store at 138 Wangfujing Street, a location with extremely high traffic. Nike’s flagship store in Wangfujing’s shopping area, which was the com- pany’s first flagship store in China, will close when its lease expires, and H&M will be the new lessee of this site. In Xidan district, Galeries Lafayette continued its international expansion with the inauguration of a department store in Beijing on 18th October, marking its return to China 15 years after the clo- sure of its previous outpost in the country’s capital.
  31. 31. · locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 201430 | Preview In Dubai Mall, MUJI launched its second store in the Middle East, providing thousands of simple, innovative and elegant products inspired by Japanese lifestyle. COSannounced its continued expan- sion across the Middle East with its first store opening in Dubai Mall. Hollister entered the mall as the first location in Dubai. Daiso is a further addition to the world’s most prestigious shopping destina- tion, setting up its tenth outlet in Dubai. The French luxury brand S.T.Dupont officially inaugurated the flagship boutique on the ground floor of the mall. VIP customers joined the luxury fashion brand Wolfordin celebrating the grand opening of its first boutique in the UAE at a cocktail party. A new opening for DirkBikkembergs in the Middle East has contin- ued with Dubai Mall chosen as the next stop. The doors of BCBG Max Azria’s new store are now open to offer the haute fashion collections. LeCoqSportifcelebrated its 130-year anniversary with the new opening in the Dubai Mall. Voguelocated Café Bar near the Level Shoe District. Blackberry fans gather to celebrate the first Blackberry retail concept store here. Visitors enjoy the comfortable shopping envi- Dubai MAX&Co., Mirdif City Centre, Dubai Skyline, Dubai
  32. 32. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview | 31 Van Cleef & Arpels, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai ronment inside the 180-square-metre space of Max Mara. Star- bucks’ new store has outstanding views of the Dubai Mall fountain. Roberto Cavalli Junior made a stop at the mall while Reebok just introduced its “Fit Hub” concept. Kiehl’s opened the doors of its first stand-alone boutique in the Middle East. In Mall of the Emirates, renowned jewellery retailer Van Cleef & Arpelsunveiled a new boutique on level one. UK retailer DuneGroup secured a 232-square-metre space within the mall to plot its growth in the Middle East. In Deira City Centre, Brooks Brothers, one of America’s oldest and most respected fashion retailers, has made its Middle Eastern debut. In Mirdif City Centre, Marks & Spencer built up a new store to compliment its planned expansion in the GCC region. Teavanaoffers new tea enthusiasts and tea connoisseurs in its new Mirdif City Centre store. Max&Co. sells its dynamic clothes on level one of the mall. Roberto Cavalli Junior, Dubai Mall
  33. 33. · locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 201432 | Preview Munich Stone Island, Maximilianstrasse, Munich On Maximilianstrasse, Stone Island announced the opening of a new 100-square-metre flagship store in Munich at number 27, just after the inauguration of its new flagship store in Forte dei Marmi. At Palais an der Oper, the Germany’s first Louis Vuitton Maison in Munich opened in April 2013 in the historic building Residenzpost on Residenzstrasse 2. Bucherer opened the largest watch and jewellery store in the southern German state of Bavaria with a sales area of 500 square metres. On Neuhauser Strasse, the Danish fashion brand ONLY took over Miss Sixty’s store at number 5 on an area of approximately 600 square metres, spanning over two floors. Mango announced the opening of its largest store in Europe, located at Neuhauser Strasse 19–21. In the same and newly renovated building, Forever 21 opened its sec- ond store in Germany after Berlin. SportScheck also opened a Marienplatz, Munich
  34. 34. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview | 33 10,000-square-metre store at number 19–21 which is located in a completely new building on the site of a former Karstadt department store. JackWolfskinopened a new flagship store at number 29, which was once occupied by New Yorker on an area of 400 square metres. On Maffeistrasse 6, Karl Lagerfeld launched a new concept store in Munich in September 2013, following the launching of the first German store in Berlin at the former space of Walter Steiger. In Quartier Hofstatt, French brand Freeman T. Porter inaugurated a new store in Hofstatt in late April 2013. HUMANICsigned an agree- ment of 1,200 square metres of retail space on the ground and first floor of the landmarked building. Liu Jo’s expansion and promotion in Europe continues with the opening of a boutique in Hofstatt Passage. In the same period, Tom Tailor opened a new flagship in Hofstatt Passage for a total sales space of 800 square metres. Scandinavian label J.Lindeberg opened its first flagship store in Liu Jo, Quartier Hofstatt, Munich Louis Vuitton, Residenzstrasse/Maximilianstrasse, Munich F-21, Sport Scheck & Mango, Neuhauser Strasse, Munich Karl Lagerfeld, Maffeistrasse, Munich Germany in Hofstatt Passage. Gant celebrated the opening of the new flagship store in Munich’s Hofstatt on more than 800 square metres over three floors.
  35. 35. · locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 201434 | Preview Barcelona Philipp Plein, Passeig de Gràcia, Barcelona On Passeig de Gràcia, the first shop of & other Stories to enter the Spanish market, opened in April 2013 and is located in the former Mango’s space at number 8. Zara Home will take the premises at number30,whichwasformerlyoccupiedbyEspritwith1,900square metres of retail space. Mango opened its new flagship store in the old Banco Sabadell headquarters at number 36 on an area of 1,500 square metres, spread over two floors. The young trendy line of group Max Mara – MAX&Co. has been installed in the premises formerly occupied by Guro on two floors at 47. Brunello Cucinelli has settled at number 70. Cartier will establish itself at number 82 of the avenue in 2014. German designer Philipp Plein opened his first store in Barcelona at number 44. Longchamp is preparing the opening of its second store in Spain, located at 86 Passeig de Gràcia, a place currently occupied by La Baguetina Catalana. On Avenida Diagonal, Tous launched a commercial space at number 478 that has introduced a new concept look with a surface of 200 square metres. Mango moved to Benetton’s Avenida Diago- nal 588 to open its first kidswear store covering an area of 100 square metres. On Calle Rambla Catalunya, Sunglass Hut opened a flagship store at number 102 on an area of 156 square metres. JoMalone,an Estée Lauder’s brand has opened its second Spanish store at number 77. New Balance opened a new flagship store in Barcelona, situated at number 47 with a sales area of 200 square metres. The doors of the first Helly Hansen store opened in Barcelona at the corner of Calle Consell de Cent, 298 and Calle Rambla de Catalunya. On Calle Boters, Le Coq Sportif the French sport-lifestyle brand founded in 1882 celebrated its 130th anniversary with a series of Skyline, Barcelona initiatives including the official opening of its first Spanish flagship store in Barcelona in March 2013. The Israeli brand Sabon special- ises in the manufacture and distribution of soaps and cosmetics opened its second store in Barcelona in February 2013. OnPlazaCatalunya, HotelIndigoBarcelona opened its doors in the heart of the historic Spanish city. The Japanese group, Fast Retail- ing, is negotiating the opening of a Uniqlo store on Plaza Catalunya, in the centre of Barcelona, located next to the main Apple store in the city.
  36. 36. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview | 35 & other Stories, Passeig de Gràcia, Barcelona Brunello Cucinelli, Passeig de Gràcia, Barcelona
  37. 37. · locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 201436 | Preview Berlin On Kurfürstendamm, G-Star Raw opened a new store in Berlin at number 16 with an overall sales space of 350 square metres on two floors. The first Apple store in Germany’s capital Berlin opened in May 2013 at number 26 with 5,000 square metres of retail space. The very first Saint Laurent flagship store in Germany since the rebranding has reopened in its old concept store at number 52. Mulberry opened its first German store at number 184 which was once occupied by fashion shop Palto. The property at number 234 made room for & other Stories. Tumi has chosen a new space com- prising 355 square metres at number 45. Golfino has become a new tenant in the commercial building at number 63 since May 2013. Apple, Kurfürstendamm, Berlin OnTauentzienstrasse,Uniqlo enters the German market and opens a global flagship store in Berlin in spring 2014 in the former NikeTown premises at number 7b. Pull&Bearopened at number 13 with 1,000 square metres on two floors. Forever 21 has launched the opening of its first German store at the same address as Pull & Bear. On Neue Schönhauser Strasse, the Karl Lagerfeld has announced the launch of its first-ever concept store in Germany, located at number 8 that covers a total sales space of 100 square metres. & other Stories opened at Neue Schönhauser Strasse 15 where Levi’s previously operated a store.
  38. 38. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview | 37 Mulberry, Kurfürstendamm, BerlinKarl Lagerfeld, Neue Schönhauser Strasse, Berlin At Leipziger Platz, designer Karl Lagerfeld will open a store in the emerging shopping centre, Leipziger Platz, with a size of 170 square metres in spring 2014. The American fashion company Hollister has secured a space in the new Leipziger Platz at number 12. The Turkish denim brand Mavi Jeans is also among the famous inter- national tenants taking the deal in the upcoming shopping centre. The American denim and lifestyle brand Guess Jeans has rented a space for the future store in the centre too. The sales area amounts to approximately 150 square metres. The Nike sporting goods con- cept has also leased around 692 square metres of store space in the large-scale project. Uniqlo, Tauentzienstrasse, Berlin Forever 21, Tauentzienstrasse, Berlin
  39. 39. · locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 201438 | Preview At stinyePark Mall, more international luxury brands held store openings in Istanbul in the spring of 2013. Among the brands was Chanel, which doubled its retail space at stinyePark Mall. Hublot also celebrated its first mono-brand boutique in Istanbul, also within the stinyePark Mall, later in the spring. In addition to the Godivachocolaterie and cafe that opened in 2012, Laduree has inaugurated its first boutique and cafe at stinyePark Mall. Luxury department store Harvey Nichols opened its second location in Istanbul at the end of 2013, within a newly built complex within the Nisantasi District, developed by Demsa Group, the licen- see of Harvey Nichols in Turkey. Michael Kors has already opened two stores in Istanbul and built up the third one in late 2013. Some of the luxury fashion houses operating in Turkey have been switching to direct operation, the trend being pursued in 2013. On Bagdat Caddesi, Camper launched a new store in Istanbul in January 2013 at number 418. The Armani Group announced the open- ing of a new EmporioArmaniand EmporioArmaniCaffé on 10th June. Covering an area of 700 square metres, the three floors boutique is located in one of Istanbul’s best shopping districts at number 469. On Abdi pekçi Caddesi, in March 2013, the first boutique of Dirk Bikkembergs was opened on an area of 150 square metres and is Istanbul Skyline, Istanbul Vacheron Constantin, Abdi İpekçi Caddesi, Istanbul located at number 21. Famous for its surreal and dramatic style, Alexander McQueen has just opened its first standalone store at the same address with Dirk Bikkembergs. The famous Italian watch brand Officine Panerai has made prestige of the first Turkish store in Istanbul in collaboration with Maestro, located at number 2. VacheronConstantinopened its first mono-brand boutique in Istan- bul, located on Abdi pekçi Caddesi 2/A in the Nisantasi district. In Zorlu Center, Turkey’s long awaited first and only mixed-use project has finally opened to a flurry of excitement. The complex encompasses an area of 619,595 square metres, comprising the most international and prestigious tenants such as Moncler,Bvlgari, Pomellato, Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Lanvin, Dior, Miu Miu, Burberry, Tory Burch, Michael Kors, Valentino, and COS, to name a few.
  40. 40. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview | 39 Chanel, İstinyePark Mall, Istanbul İstinyePark Mall, Istanbul
  41. 41. · 544 locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview Volume North and Latin America 50 Biggest International Retail Real Estate Investments PreviewAmericas No. Buyer Seller Country/City Project/Property Total area (sqm) Transaction Value (US Dollar, Millions) Date of closing deal 1 Carrefour Klépierre France/Spain/Italy 127 Shopping Centres 476,000 2,700 December 2013 2 Kroger Harris Teeter Supermarkets, Inc. USA 212 Harris Teeter Supermarkets   2,440 July 2013 3 Starwood Capital Group Westfield Group USA 7 Shopping Centres   1,640 4th Q 2013 4 DDR Corp. Blackstone Real Estate Partners VII USA 95% common equity ownership interest in 30 of these Shopping Centres   1,460 4th Q 2013 5 Blackstone Group UBS USA/New York, Washington, D.C., San Francisco and San Diego Portfolio of 40 Shopping Centres 520,000 1,100 February 2013 6 Westfield Port Authority of New York and New Jersey USA/New York World Trade Centre 40,877 800 December 2013 7 A family from Brunei   United Kingdom/ London 75% of property along Queensway (including Whiteleys Shopping Centre)   775 September 2013 8 British Land Aviva Plc and other investors United Kingdom/ London Paddington Central 111,000 759 July 2013 9 Fortune REIT manager ARA Asset Management Cheung Kong (Holdings) Ltd. China/Hong Kong Kingswood Ginza 61,803 753 September 2013 10 O’Connor Capital Partners Westfield Group USA 6 Commercial Centres in Florida   700 1st Q 2013 11 Witkoff Group Leona Helmsley USA/New York Helmsley Park Lane Hotel   660 November 2013 12 Hines/CalPers Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing Russia/Moscow Metropolis Shopping and Entertainment Mall 205,000 640 July 2013 13 Starwood Capital Group Kooperativa Förbundet Sweden 7 prime location retail parks and shopping gallerias 205,000 596 November 2013 14 Allianz Finance Immofinanz Poland/Katowice Silesia City Centre 85,000 561 September 2013 15 Quantum Immobilien LBBW Immobilien Germany/Munich Hofstatt Quarter 34,000 542 October 2013 16 Hammerson, CCPIB Australian Future Fund United Kingdom/ Birmingham Bullring Shopping Centre 93,000 495 May 2013 17 Corio Multi Corporation Germany/Berlin Boulevard Berlin Mall 76,000 489 January 2013 18 Constellation Hotel (Opco) UK S.A. InterContinental Hotels Group United Kingdom/ London InterContinental London Park Lane   457 2nd Q 2013 19 AustralianSuper British Telecom pension scheme United Kingdom/ Milton Keynes The Centre MK 120,773 442 December 2013 20 Signa Berggruen Holding Germany Karstadt stores in Berlin’s KaDeWe, Hamburg’s Alsterhaus and the Oberpoll- inger store in Munich   410 September 2013 21 Fattal Hotel Management InterContinental Hotels Group Germany Portfolio of 22 Holiday Inn hotels   408 February 2013 22 F&C REIT Grosvenor Shopping Centre Fund United Kingdom – Eastgate Centre in Inver­ness – Freshney Place in Grimsby – Coopers Square in Burton-on-Trent 102,193 402 1st Q 2013 23 Intu Properties Legal General Property United Kingdom/ Milton Keynes Mid-summer Place Shopping Centre   395 March 2013 24 Kennedy Wilson/ Varde   United Kingdom 8 Shopping Centres 213,676 388 September 2013 25 MG Real Estate Tesco Pension Fund United Kingdom/ East London, Dur- ham and Swindon 3 Tesco Superstores 41,800 383 May 2013 26 Primaris Retail REIT Sherwood Park Mall Ltd.,/ Markalta Developments  Ltd. / Sleeping Bay Building Corp. Canada/Edmonton and Medicine Hat, Alberta 7 Shopping Centres   377 February 2013
  42. 42. 545locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 PreviewAmericas No. Buyer Seller Country/City Project/Property Total area (sqm) Transaction Value (US Dollar, Millions) Date of closing deal 27 ISPT Core Fund Federation Centres Australia 4 sub-regional Shopping Centres   371 July 2013 28 Oxford Properties Japanese corporation Mitsubishi Estate Company United Kingdom/ London London Stock Exchange 23,000 364 April 2013 29 RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust Primaris Retail REIT Canada/Burlington, Oakville – Burlington Mall – Oakville Place 114,921 362 February 2013 30 Meyer Bergman / Thor Equities unnamed Middle Eastern family France/Paris Avenue des Champs-Elysées 65–67   344 July 2013 31 DDR Corp. / The Blackstone Group L.P. Regency Centres Corp. USA/Los Angeles, San Diego, Washington DC, Portland, and Cincinnati. Portfolio of 7 prime Shopping Centres 222,967 332 August 2013 32 Invesco Hammerson/Aviva United Kingdom/ Peterborough Queensgate Shopping Centre 77,559 320 December 2013 33 Montez Income Properties Corporation Sears Canada Canada 4 regional Shopping Malls in Drummondville, LaSalle, Saint-Jean-Sur-Richelieu and St. Jérôme   315 January 2014 34 British Land FC REIT United Kingdom/ Aberdeen Bon Accord St Nicholas Shopping Centres 42,730 304 October 2013 35 CapitaMalls Asia Capital Airport Real Estate Group China/Beijing Grand Canyon Mall 70,000 284 July 2013 36 Vornado Realty Trust Madison Capital USA/New York Fifth Avenue 655 5,341 278 4th Q 2013 37 Thor Equities Extell Development Co./ Angelo, Gordon Co.   Madison Avenue 680 3,251 277 January 2013 38 Redefine International   Germany/Berlin, Hamburg, Ingolstadt – Schloss Shopping Centre in Berlin – Bahnhof Altona Shopping Centre in Hamburg – City Arkaden Shopping Mall in Ingolstadt 44,000 257 August 2013 39 KLP Fastigheter AB NCC Sweden/Stockholm Torsplan building 30,000 255 4th Q 2013 40 Planigrupo Management   Mexico 9 shopping malls   253 May 2013 41 The Ratkovich Company Jamison Services USA/Los Angeles Macy’s Plaza 223,000 241 June 2013 42 PATRIZIA Immobilien AG DEIKON GmbH Germany 86 German retail properties 133,000 241 July 2013 43 Episo 3 fund of Tristan Capital Partners Charter Hall Retail REIT Poland 5 Shopping Centres   240 3rd Q 2013 44 Hyprop Investments Sycom Property Fund South Africa/ Western Cape Somerset Mall 66,137 234 October 2013 45 British Land Wereldhave United Kingdom/ London Ealing Broadway shopping centre 27,870 230 February 2013 46 Intu Properties/ Canada Pension Plan Investment Board   Spain/Asturias Parque Principado Shopping Centre 75,000 220 October 2013 47 Unnamed investor Auchan France 7 French assets 700,000 217 January 2013 48 AXA Real Estate Investment Managers NH Hotels Netherlands/ Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky   216 June 2013 49 Tribeca Holdings Structadene Ltd. United Kingdom/ London 431–451 Oxford Street 4,923 213 4th Q 2013 50 The Crown Estate LaSalle Investment Management United Kingdom/ Newcastle Silverlink Shopping Park 18,580 210 September 2013
  43. 43. · 546 locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview Volume North and Latin America 50 Most Popular Store Openings No. Brand City Opening Location Store Size (sqm) Detailed News Pictures 1 Apple Berlin Kurfürsten­ damm 26 5,000 The first Apple Store in Germany’s capital of Berlin opened on 3rd May 2013, as thousands of fans queued up to be one of the first get inside the company’s latest flagship retail location. Set up at Berlin’s Kurfürstendamm 26, the new shop is Apple’s elev- enth in Germany overall. Apple had developed the location for some time, but the store only became ready in May 2013. The new site is also Apple’s larg- est store in Germany and Europe with 5,000 square metres of retail space. 2 Blancpain Shanghai 181 Taicang Road 600 On 14th June 2013, Swiss watch brand Blancpain opened its largest boutique in the world in Shanghai. The boutique at 181 Taicang Road, in Xintiandi dis- trict, is the brand’s third in Shanghai and its eighth in China. Spread over 600 square metres on two floors, the boutique presents the brand’s creations and offers a range of additional services.   3 Bottega Veneta Milan Via Sant’Andrea 15 500 Italian luxury house Bottega Veneta announced in September 2013 the opening of its first Maison in the world, in the prestigious location of Via Sant’Andrea 15, on the former space occupied by Ferre. The new Bottega Veneta store covers 700 square metres and features both men and women collections – ready-to- wear, accessories, shoes, bags and home collections.   4 Bucherer Paris 12 Boulevard des Capucines 2,250 In partnership with Richemont Group swiss luxury watches and jewellery retailer Bucherer opened a large flagship store at 12 Boulevard des Capucines (former location of Old England). The two-storey boutique has an area of 2,250 square metres and opened its doors to the public in April 2013.   5 Chanel London 158–159 New Bond Street 1,171 On 10th June 2013, Chanel unveiled its new London store, a 12,600-square-foot unit on New Bond Street directly across the street from Louis Vuitton’s Lon- don flagship and next door to Dior. The boutique, at 158–159 New Bond Street, is just a few doors away from Chanel’s former space (at number 173), but it is far bigger, more imposing and more luxurious.   6 Chanel Geneva Rue du Rhone 43 300 In February 2013, Chanel expanded its flagship store in Geneva. The new setting on over 300  square metres occupies the former space of Hermès and joins Chanel’s premise at Rue du Rhone 43. This is also the largest flagship store in Switzerland. PreviewAmericas
  44. 44. 547locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 No. Brand City Opening Location Store Size (sqm) Detailed News Pictures 7 Christian Dior Sydney Castlereagh Street 65 750 Australia’s growing appetite for exclusive luxury brands is an unexpected boon for Christian Dior. Dior opened its first flagship boutique in Australia in Sydney in early February 2013. The multi-level store was designed to replicate Dior’s renowned boutique on Paris’s Avenue Montaigne. The boutique is located in the former Louis Vuitton store on the corner of King Street and 65 Castlereagh Street. 8 Dolce Gabbana New York 717 Fifth Avenue 1,709 Italian luxury fashion house Dolce Gabbana opened its new flagship store in New York at 717 Fifth Avenue in late April 2013. Spread over two floors with a total area of 18,400 square feet, the new Dolce Gabbana store on Fifth Avenue features the designers’ interior signature pieces such as tufted velvet ottomans, oversized mirrors with gilded rococo frames, Venetian glass chandeliers and the occa- sional scroll-patterned damask wall panel. 9 Emporio Armani Madrid Calle Serrano 44 800 After the 2012 opening in Barcelona of its first Span- ish flagship store, Madrid captured a new Emporio Armani flagship store in April 2013, at Calle Serrano, 44, between the Prada and Loewe stores the luxury hub of the city. The new property in Madrid covers 800 square metres and features the full range of prod- ucts for men’s and women’s ready-to-wear and acces- sories, including the EA7 and Armani Jeans lines. 10 Fendi Paris Avenue Montaigne 51 300 In June 2013 Fendi opened its new flagship store in Paris at 51 Avenue Montaigne, neighbouring the Chanel Store and occupying the former Gianfranco Ferre store. Fendi’s new store on Avenue Montaigne covers 300 square metres and features men’s and women’s leather goods, apparel and accessories. 11 Forever 21 Berlin Tauentzien- strasse 13 3,000 Forever 21 has launched the opening of its first Ger- man store. Located in Berlin on Tauentzienstrasse 13, which was formerly operated by the companies Leiser and Hugendubel, the Californian fashion brand oper- ates a total sales area of 3,000 square metres. The whole assortment of Forever 21 collection including labels such as Love21, 21Men, Forever 21+ and the cosmetic line LoveBeauty are sold. The official opening took place on 8th June 2013. 12 Galeries Lafayette Beijing Xidan commercial district 32,516 Galeries Lafayette Group continued its international expansion with the inauguration of a department store in Beijing on 18th October, marking its return to China 15 years after the closure of its previous outpost in the country’s capital. With a retail area of 32,516 square metres and 500 brands on offer, the six-storey department store in the Xidan area is the retailer’s second largest worldwide, after its flagship on Boulevard Haussmann in Paris. PreviewAmericas
  45. 45. · 548 locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview Volume North and Latin America Most Expensive Retail Locations Worldwide Continent Rank Country City L North America 1 United States New York, NY Asia Pacific 2 China Hong Kong Europe 3 United Kingdom London Europe 4 France Paris Europe 5 Switzerland Zurich Asia Pacific 6 Australia Sydney Europe 7 Italy Milan Asia Pacific 8 Japan Tokyo Europe 9 Russia Moscow Asia Pacific 10 South Korea Seoul Europe 11 Ireland Dublin Europe 12 Austria Vienna Europe 13 Germany Munich South America 14 Brazil São Paulo Asia Pacific 15 Singapore Singapore Europe 16 Spain Barcelona Europe 17 Netherlands Amsterdam Asia Pacific 18 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Middle East Africa 19 Israel Tel Aviv Europe 20 Denmark Copenhagen South America 21 Colombia Bogotá North America 22 Canada Toronto, ON Europe 23 Turkey Istanbul Europe 24 Norway Oslo Europe 25 Ukraine Kiev City Ranking by country 2013 PreviewAmericas
  46. 46. 549locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Location Average Average rime Rents/sqm/ Prime Rents/sqm/ year in Euro month in Euro Fifth Avenue (48th Street–59th Street) 23,307 1,942 Queen’s Road 19,528 1,627 New Bond Street 16,038 1,337 Avenue des Champs-Élysées 15,051 1,254 Bahnhofstrasse 11,316 943 Pitt Street Mall 7,712 643 Via Montenapoleone 7,157 596 Omotesando 7,028 586 Tverskaya Street 5,833 486 Gangnam Station 4,855 405 Grafton Street 4,534 378 Kohlmarkt 4,335 361 Kaufinger Strasse 4,212 351 Iguatemi Shopping Mall 3,343 279 Orchard Road 3,194 266 Portal de l’Angel 3,180 265 Kalverstraat 2,732 228 Pavilion KL 2,673 223 Ramat Aviv 2,663 222 Østergade (Strøget) 2,641 220 Shopping Centres 2,631 219 Bloor Street 2,573 214 Nisantasi Area 2,516 210 Karl Johans Gate 2,358 196 Kreshatik Street 2,156 180 PreviewAmericas
  47. 47. MA Deals Worldwide · 550 locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Preview Volume North and Latin America PreviewAmericas Kering Group PPR rebranded to Kering In March 2013, the PPR Group was renamed into Kering which is the new corporate umbrella brand that encompasses François- Henri Pinault’s collection of luxury brands owned by his family: Gucci, Bottega Veneta, Saint Laurent Paris, Brioni, Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen, Puma, Stella McCartney, Christopher Kane, Girrard Perregaux. PPR which stood for Pinault, Printemps La Redoute is obsolete, since the group sold Parisian Printemps department store many years ago, while La Redoute was sold in early 2013. But why was PPR not named Gucci Group? The Gucci brand is not only the largest in terms of sales but Pinault has understood the importance of its Italian identity. However, putting Saint Laurent Paris or Alexander McQueen under an “Italian umbrella” would not be feasible. As for the actual meaning of Kering, the group insists its inspira- tion is drawn from the Breton language, in which Kering means ‘house’ or ‘foyer’. However, in Indonesian, Kering means “dry” or “dried”. It appears Pinault’s ambitious rebranding has not only been rushed but also could not come at a worst time from an investment point of view, given the uncertainty surrounding Gucci’s performance in China, the huge losses of Puma and the continuous investments into Saint Laurent Paris (recently rebranded from YSL) and Brioni – both brands yet to reach the stability and growth of Bottega Veneta, the true flagship and engine of the entire group. Kering sold off Redcats childrenswear to Alpha Private Equity French retail conglomerate Kering agreed to sell its Cyrillus and Vertbaudet children’s clothing brands to Alpha Private Equity Fund for 119 million Euro including debt. The deal was closed in the middle of 2013. The sale was the latest in a string of deals by Kering as it looked to sell off parts of its Redcats mail-order business, after it was unable to find a buyer for the operation as a whole. At the beginning of December 2012, Kering (still named PPR back then) announced it François-Henri Pinault
  48. 48. 551locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 PreviewAmericas would sell Redcats’ women’s plus-size brand OneStopPlus Group to Charlesbank Capital Partners and Webster Capital. Kering sold Ellos to Nordic Capital French luxury and sports brand Kering confirmed the selling of Ellos, the Scandinavian unit of its Redcats business, to Nordic Capital for an enterprise value of 300 million Euro (395 million Dollar). The deal was closed in April 2013. Kering bought stake in Christopher Kane Kering bought another piece of London’s lively fashion scene, striking a deal to acquire a 51 % stake in Christopher Kane. The French group said it plans to seize on the Scottish designer’s notoriety and creative prowess to accelerate expansion and develop his business as a global luxury brand. Plans include opening Kane’s first free-standing boutique – likely in London in 2014 – and adding a second ready-to-wear range. Financial terms were not disclosed. Kering acquired tannery Kering revealed that it has acquired France Croco, an elite producer of tanned skins. Located in the Normandy region of France, the tannery is believed to be the third largest in the world and supplies to the top fleet of luxury firms in Italy and France, including brands owned by Kering and its luxury rivals… Christopher Kane took top prize at 2013 British fashion awards
  49. 49. Index Brands · locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 n Volume Europe n Volume Middle East, Asia Pacific and Africa n Volume North and Latin America Brands Page no. other Stories 60, 161, 213, 256, 299, 332, 342, 1399 “Oscar et Valentine” 209 10 Corso Como 831 1A Classe Alviero Martini 665 3.1 Phillip Lim 177, 855, 1166 7 Camicie 99 7 For All Mankind 308, 1003 7-Eleven 734, 877, 913, 946 A G NAGOYA 961 A. Lange Söhne 66, 216, 319, 680, 755, 1228 A.P.C 54, 147, 222, 1166 A-101 425 Abbacino 811 Abercrombie Fitch 716, 832, 1099 Absolut 751 Acne Studios 177, 233, 957, 1295 Acqua dell’Elba 297 Acqua di Parma 289, 296 Adidas 145, 169, 224, 395, 419, 437, 920, 1010 Adler 116 Aeon 717, 718, 734, 782, 865, 868, 882, 1421 Aerin Lauder 520 Aeronautica Militare 135, 1230 Aéropostale 793, 1295, 1314, 1324 Aesop 60, 234, 518, 855, 944, 1158, 1425 Aether 1159, 1276 Aftershock London 1252 Agent Provocateur 227, 240, 473, 747, 822, 978, 984, 1118, 1218, 1394, 1458 agnès b 761 Aigle 224 Aigner 618, 1047, 1152 Airfield 72 Aïshti 608 Aite Luo 825 Aïzone 608 Akillis 214, 1036 Al Manama 1446 Alain Afflelou 998 Alain Ducasse 474 Albert Riele 47 Alberta Ferretti 286, 665, 691 Alberto 30 Alberto Guardiani 492 Alchemist 1226 Alcott 288 Aldi 142, 181, 1247 Aldo 1144, 1269 Brands Page no. Alex Maine 1423 Alexander McQueen 146, 600, 620, 839, 934, 1046, 1129, 1250, 1272, 1462, 1464, 1466 Alexander Wang 939, 1462 Alfred Day 16 Alfred Dunhill 648, 1263 Alice + Olivia 518, 716, 855, 1046, 1154, 1285, 1456 Allemuir 1139 AllSaints 249, 1049, 1144, 1285 Almacenes París 1335 Alqvimia 932 Amanda Wakeley 165 Amazon 1174 Amelia Toro 1175 American Apparel 868, 1424 American Eagle Outfitters 794, 799, 995, 1313, 1318, 1386 Amorino 320 Ampelmann 54, 944 Andrew’s 629 Andrew’s Ties 629 Ann Taylor 1193 Annamaria Cammilli 292 Anne Fontaine 93, 1124, 1358 Anne Klein 207 Anya Hindmarch 196, 1046, 1126 Apollo Optik 96 Apple 284, 423, 601, 691, 698, 817, 840, 982, 987, 1040, 1054, 1170, 1273, 1277, 1279, 1358, 1366, 1450, 1464 Apranga 383, 388 Apropos 66, 73 Aquascutum 165 Arabian Oud 648 Arc’teryx 171, 601 Arena 798 Argos 814 Aristocrazy 319 Armand Thiery 1422 Aryzta 47 Ashley 905 Asics 32, 307, 346, 478, 958, 975 Aspinal of London 662 Asprey 1193 Assouline Publishing 920 Asus 794 ATT 1167, 1396 Atelier Rebul 601 Athleta 1139 Appendix
  50. 50. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Brands Page no. Aubin Wills 171 Auchan 360, 366, 368, 381, 448, 699, 734 Audemars Piguet 16, 258, 670, 823, 904, 1044, 1232, 1454, 1459 Audi 673 Aurelie Bidermann 1168 Aux Pains de Papy 180 Avi Rossini 150 Aviraté 701 Axara 210 Azzedine Alaïa 210 BB Italia 60, 127, 742, 1315 Babyshop 657 Baccarat 173, 643, 1046, 1131 Badgley Mischka 1163 Baldinini 30, 258, 473 Balenciaga 620, 789, 1150 Bally 15, 150, 722, 835, 844, 1044 Balmain 262, 996 Banana Republic 184, 799, 965 Band of Outsiders 1159 Bang Olufsen 340, 725, 813, 826, 836, 1236 Barbara Bui 618 Barbie 798, 926 Barbour 166, 945, 1198 Barker Stonehouse 179 Barneys 1175, 1194 Barolo 1147 Barutti 40 Baskin-Robbins 744, 813 Bata 360, 399, 702, 729 BCBG Max Azria 414, 473, 615, 636, 799, 1460 Beach Bird 1179 BEAMS 926, 960 Beastin 69 Bebe 616, 799 Being Human 702, 703, 704 Belk 1249 Belkin 650 Bell Ross 125, 400 Bellybutton 118 Belstaff 150 Ben-Amun 875, 885 Benci Brothers 18 Benefit Cosmetics 163, 234, 1274 Benelli 742 Benetton 88, 294, 607, 695 Berluti 149, 226, 265, 831, 861, 934, 1130, 1224, 1382 Bernie’s 15 Bershka 127, 397, 793, 832, 912, 969, 1464 Best Buy 1099, 1313, 1426 Bestseller 101, 332 Betty Barclay 134 BHV 220 Biba 616 Brands Page no. Bijou Brigitte 77 Billionaire Couture 476, 1225 Billy Reid 1165 Bimba Lola 152, 178, 222, 1032, 1442 Biotherm Homme 756 Birkenstock 734, 1314 Birks 1117 BlackBerry 636, 1460 Blanco 299, 794, 796, 1425 Blancpain 836, 854, 1054, 1366, 1456 Blauer 838, 899 Blink Fitness 1174 Bloomingdale’s 523, 629, 1106, 1137, 1260 Blossom Du Jour 1158 Blue Cream 518 Blue Tomato 74, 91, 131 Blugirl 285, 874 Blumarine 414, 890, 920 Blutsgeschwister 69 Bobbi Brown 181, 472, 709, 738 BoConcept 1236 Boffi 286 Boggi Milano 86, 268 Bogner 66, 128, 131 Bohemme 365 Bolia 60, 74 Bonbonetti 404 Bonita 29, 107 Bonnet à Pompon 311 Bonobos 1160 BOSE 77 Bosideng 172, 1424 Bottega Veneta 264, 336, 620, 789, 824, 825, 838, 854, 875, 881, 1049, 1054, 1288, 1366, 1456 Boucheron 172, 213, 620, 629, 861 Bourjois 228 BOVET 56, 1178 Boyoung Kim 1164 Brandy Melville 20, 164, 312, 526, 1114 Braun Büffel 74 Brax 94 Breguet 1280 Breitling 150, 752, 859, 1032, 1263, 1265, 1442, 1457 Bremont 178, 596, 851 Breuninger 91 Brian Atwood 1109 BrianBarry 271 Brioni 125, 622, 666, 764, 918, 1198, 1228, 1230, 1324 Brompton Junction 168 Brook’s 924 Brooks Brothers 265, 285, 310, 362, 608, 643, 709, 851, 1110, 1273, 1295, 1461 Browns 181 Browns Shoes 1104 Brunello Cucinelli 63, 301, 865, 1038, 1249, 1412, 1448 Appendix
  51. 51. n Volume Europe n Volume Middle East, Asia Pacific and Africa n Volume North and Latin America locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Brands Page no. Bruno Banani 136 Bruno Magli 1412 BSB 407 Buben Zorweg 54, 1104 Buccellati 1197, 1414 Bucherer 63, 218, 1054, 1098, 1366, 1452 BuckheadView 1216 Buffalo David Bitton 1416 Bugatti 30 Build-A-Bear 683 Burberry 71, 85, 172, 273, 388, 397, 400, 415, 620, 630, 722, 723, 786, 835, 844, 935, 1048, 1119, 1179, 1280, 1327, 1339, 1462, 1464, 1466 Burger King 118, 399, 1028 BurgerFuel 641, 652 Burgundy Hospitality 701 Burkes Outlet 998 Burton Snowboards 1279 Bulgari 41, 187, 476, 601, 611, 620, 711, 722, 723, 799, 835, 852, 958, 1299, 1464, 1466 BYSI 700 by Walski 178 C House 618, 676 CA 311, 394, 400, 875, 912 C. Wonder 1407 Cablecom 29 Cadenza 130, 1399 Caffe Bene 650 Calida 29 California Tortilla 675 Calvin Klein 705, 851 Calypso St. Barth 525, 1180 Calzedonia 67, 312 Cambridge Satchel Company 169 Camerich 1286 Camicissima 81 Camille Fournet 823, 1458 Camp David 77, 89, 385 Camper 515, 598, 842, 1138, 1348, 1466 Canali 747, 843, 852, 1046, 1132, 1346 Canon 727 Capezio 984 Capi 89, 349 Car Shoe 490 Caramel Baby Child 1123 Caramelo 994 Carhartt WIP 21, 80, 224, 928, 943, 1179 Carl F. Bucherer 870 Carleen Ligozio 520 Carlo Caddeo 52 Carlo Pazolini 1144 Carolina Herrera 652, 657, 749, 761, 932, 1048, 1197, 1249, 1280, 1338, 1358, 1462 Carphone Warehouse 155, 1032, 1426, 1442 Brands Page no. Carrefour 315, 408, 416, 417, 421, 422, 424, 428, 900, 995, 999, 1002, 1005, 1364, 1426 Carrera y Carrera 823, 1458 Cartier 23, 218, 319, 620, 622, 722, 986, 1038, 1135, 1235, 1448 Caruso 1412 Carven Paris 176, 663, 1150 Casadei 291, 650 Casio 764 Castro 607 Cath Kidston 162, 750, 757 Caudalie 220 Cavalli Café 610 CCC 133, 395, 433 Céline 786, 835, 1048, 1281, 1464 Celio 758, 998 Cellairis 1256 Cellularline 1407 Century 21 1175 Cha Chà 35 Chacott by Freed of London 1170 Chamilia 1414 Chanel 24, 72, 149, 232, 474, 482, 598, 664, 820, 825, 861, 869, 884, 977, 983, 1032, 1036, 1054, 1118, 1134, 1186, 1232, 1317, 1348, 1366, 1412, 1442, 1446, 1464, 1466 Charles Keith 732, 940 Charles Philip Shanghai 618 Charles Tyrwhitt 311 Charles Vögele 374 Charlotte Olympia 1283 Charlotte Russe 1304 Charming Charlie 1138 Chasin 252 Chaumet 472 Cheap Monday 144, 224, 348 Chedi 504 Chiara 393 Chipotle Mexican Grill 99 Chloé 832, 852, 1047, 1154 Chopard 23, 665, 871 Christ 66, 91 Christian Dior 149, 248, 297, 298, 482, 492, 601, 620, 722, 738, 786, 835, 871, 976, 1055, 1102, 1250, 1350, 1367, 1464, 1466 Christian Louboutin 159, 172, 179, 620, 705, 1032, 1118, 1137, 1272, 1442 Christofle 173 Christopher Guy 713 Christopher Kane 152, 1403 Church’s 125, 248, 345, 835, 1198 Church’s Chicken 718 Cinderella 636 Cindy Chao 826 Citizen 800 Citizens of Humanity 608 Appendix
  52. 52. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Brands Page no. City Chic 974 Citymax 657 Claire’s 326, 421 Clare Vivier 1168 Clarks 702, 790, 1146 Claudie Perlot 232 Clogau 827 Closed 224, 515 Club Monaco 178, 1146, 1193 Coach 308, 620, 692, 761, 810, 843, 869, 939, 1119, 1204, 1299, 1346, 1463 Coca-Cola 1137 Coccinelle 379 Cocoba 183 Cocorose London 273 Codello 68 Coffreez 86 Cold Stone Creamery 719, 799 Colette 142 Colin’s Jeans 99 Colombo 280 Comme des Garçons 935 Commune de Paris 178 Concept Pro Shop 478 Condé Nast 642 Conran 152 Converse 792, 1274 Coop 33, 348 Corneliani 678, 1314 Cortefiel 380, 388, 1101 Corum 46, 1232 COS 21, 25, 340, 601, 634, 757, 860 Cosco 419 Costa Coffee 307, 644, 698 Costco 718, 979 Cotton On 790, 1026 Cottonfield 375 Courtshop 1168 CP Lotus 826 Crabtree Evelyn 700 Crate Barrel 755 Crocs 770, 1179 Cromia 262 Cruciani 394 Crumpler 798 Csquared 1027 CUADRA 1268 Cuisse de Grenouille 178 Cute Souvenirs 1138 Cutler Gross 1149 CVS 1164 Cynthia Rowley 1158 Daimaru 832 Daiso 634, 981, 988, 1460 Damiani 366, 750, 818, 843, 871 Dataquest 29 Brands Page no. David Jones 982 David Marshall 152 David Yurman 1115, 1116 David’s Bridal 182 DC Shoes 312, 790, 950, 957 De Beers 414, 747, 840, 856, 871, 1102, 1465 De Castelli 265 De Grisogono 482, 1232 Dean Deluca 527 Debenhams 154, 328, 382, 386, 657, 1396 Deborah 268 Decathlon 372, 433, 813, 879, 881, 906 Dedeman 420, 421 Dedon 72 Deichmann 132, 397, 403, 404, 428 Deikon 117 Delhaize 422, 1426 Dell 404 Delpozo 311, 1225 Delsey 697 Denham 246, 250, 940, 1463 Denim Supply 1158, 1190 Dennis Basso 1126 Dermalogica 1149 Design Within Reach 1163 Desigual 273, 383, 403, 472, 473, 868, 969, 1324, 1345, 1362 Destination Maternity 1106 Destination XL 1206 Devon 17 Devon Devon 177, 287 Dia Fresh 469 Diane Von Furstenberg 346, 1144 DICK’s Sporting Goods1236 Dickson Concepts 810 Diesel 15, 32, 85, 238, 608, 1012, 1044, 1454 DIM 999 Dimensione Danza 52 Diptyque 267, 1168 Dirk Bikkembergs 97, 600, 636, 1460, 1466 Dirk Van Saene 241 Disney Store 1263 Dixons Travel 186, 239 DKNY 620, 875, 1139 dm-drogerie markt 434 Dockers 30 Dolce Gabbana 151, 176, 248, 264, 407, 414, 620, 833, 869, 930, 980, 1032, 1046, 1055, 1117, 1135, 1197, 1231, 1327, 1361, 1367, 1442, 1462, 1465 Dominco Vacca 1130 Domino’s Pizza 742 Donna Karan 1182 Doriani Cashmere 297, 495, 496 Dorothy Perkins 610 Douglas 16, 112 Appendix
  53. 53. n Volume Europe n Volume Middle East, Asia Pacific and Africa n Volume North and Latin America locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Brands Page no. Dover Street Market 1132 Dr. Hauschka 271 Dr. Martens 80, 194, 1215, 1295 Drahten 112 Dreams 1428 Dsquared2 628, 1283 Duane Reade 1167 Duchamp 160 Dufry 1355 Dug Telecom 53 Dune London 638, 672 Dunkin’ Coffee 315 Dunkin’ Donuts 86, 649, 732, 1098, 1142, 1210, 1258, 1395 Eastpak 775 Easy Credit 54 Ecco 136, 334, 350 Ecko 1416 Edeka 108 Edo Popken 1252 Edwin 233 Eickhoff 93 Einstein Coffee 58 El Corte Inglés 307 El Ganso 171, 232, 314, 1317 El Palacio de Hierro 1313 Electroplanet 996 Eleven Paris 162 Eleventy 270, 920 Elie Saab 470 Elie Tahari 1138 Elisabeth Weinstock 1292 Elisabetta Franchi 316, 784 Elizabeth Arden 1176 Elle Girl 798 Ellos 1403 Emanuel Berg 87, 212 Embassy 29 Emilio Pucci 210, 276, 366, 1224 Emporio Armani 242, 308, 547, 598, 770, 776, 849, 940, 1055, 1367 Engelbert 345 English Heritage 150 E-plus 118 Equinox 1174, 1180, 1191, 1299 Equipment 1159, 1288 Eres 18, 71, 426 Ermanno Scervino 282, 412, 470, 947 Ermenegildo Zegna 24, 150, 303, 385, 620, 666, 673, 987, 1012, 1202, 1249, 1281, 1287, 1339 Ernest Borel 775, 832 Escada 32, 52, 70, 84 Escales 515 Eslite Bookstore 841 Esprit 101, 616, 1003 Essenza 1425 Etam 770 Etienne Aigner 1152 Brands Page no. Etiqueta Negra 288 Eton Shirts 152 Etro 124, 1280 Everything But Water 1124 Evi Fashion 100 Exofficio 1256 Express 1204, 1274 FF by Tesco 643, 680, 1394 F.P.Journe 1292 Fabbrica Quadranti 46 Faber-Castell 85, 92 Fabiani 1026 Façonnable 384, 611, 836, 1314, 1326 Falabella 1308 Falke 16 FamilyMart 792, 961 Famous Brands 695 Fat Face 196, 198 Fatburger 678, 698, 1163 FAUCHON 604, 662, 684 Fausto Puglisi 280 Fazer Bakeries 352 Fedeli Cashmere 490, 917 Feldkirchen 72 Fendi 62, 150, 211, 258, 290, 414, 547, 657, 665, 670, 891, 924, 1055, 1132, 1350 Ferrari 127, 160, 314, 665, 995 FGF Industry 286 Fiat 422, 1279 Fielmann 96 Fifth Pacific Co. 1137 Figaro Paris 946 Figue 1168 Filippa K 53 Filson 164, 517 Fiorentini + Baker 1293 Fischer 90 FitFlop 740 Fixdesign 365 Fixtures Living 1206, 1218 Fjällräven 335, 1189 Flamant 244 Flemingo 695, 1006 Flight Centre 986 Folli Follie 600, 750, 859 Foot Locker 271, 1147, 1162, 1422 Footpatrol 164 Forever 21 56, 67, 198, 234, 238, 547, 700, 712, 713, 796, 955, 986, 1355 Fornarina 399 Fortnum Mason 179, 643 Foscarini 1150 Fossil 96, 787 Francis Ferent 236 Franck Muller 315 Franck Namani 152 Franco Croco 1403 Appendix
  54. 54. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Brands Page no. Frank Walder 372 Fratelli Rossetti 742, 926 Fred Leighton 1129 Frederique Constant 27 Free People 153, 1296 Freeman T. Porter 68 Freemans Sporting Club 943 Freitag 944 FreshStop 1024 Frette 270 Frey Wille 93, 308, 1329 Fritz Hansen 267 Frooters 99 Frye 1189, 1209 Furla 41, 270, 393, 727, 776, 800, 807, 935 Futterhaus 106 G.U 840 G2000 799 Gagà Milano 940, 1291 Galeria INNO 236 Galeries Lafayette 228, 296, 547, 784, 825, 1415 Galko 433 Gallery One 642 GameStop 85 Gant 68, 164, 224, 346, 1172, 1203, 1276 Gap 403, 694, 807, 912, 929, 1204, 1348, 1392 Garcia Jeans 40 Gas Bijoux 1168 GAS Jeans 314, 360 Gc 24, 628 Gedebe 618 Gelco 657 Genny 490 Georg Jensen 831 George by Asda 641, 679 George Gina Lucy 136 Geox 74, 312, 711, 880 Geppetto’s 1302 Gerard 30 Gerry Weber 327, 376 Giada 260 Giambattista Valli 232, 264 Giant 97 Gina 618 Gio Goi 1419 Giolitti 643 Giordano 637, 772, 801, 815 Giorgio Armani 22, 210, 280, 370, 472, 498, 860, 926, 1292 Gioseppo 311 Giovanni Raspini 265, 291 Giraffe 1425 Gitanjali 1390 Giuliana Cella 484 Giuseppe Zanotti 1221, 1407 Givenchy 211, 810, 822, 831, 836, 840, 854, 1129, 1388 Brands Page no. Glashütte Original 22 Globe-Trotter 165 Globus 47 Gocco 1390 Godiva 321, 655, 1274 Golden Goose 267 GoldenPoint 629 Golfsmith 1138, 1246 GoLite 517 Goodwill 1259 Google 73, 709 Gourmet Garage 1161 Goyard 768 Graff Diamonds 16, 894 Grand Bellevue 500 Granit 352 Grendel 19 28 Grenson 159 Gron Stockholm 694 Grossmann Berger 72 G-Star Raw 54, 78, 155, 286, 339, 784, 968, 1027, 1226, 1241 Gucci 30, 46, 234, 265, 307, 339, 500, 814, 839, 1356, 1380, 1404 Gudrun Sjödén 351, 1152 Guerlain 208, 859 Guess 58, 76, 360, 395, 1354, 1401 GuldAdam 324 Gurhan 1165 Gutteridge 256, 284 HM 161, 191, 193, 283, 314, 336, 385, 388, 389, 393, 394, 400, 405, 407, 408, 426, 428, 526, 695, 716, 741, 751, 770, 782, 791, 817, 865, 879, 887, 900, 954, 965, 968, 970, 982, 1020, 1100, 1137, 1139, 1145, 1172, 1207, 1210, 1258, 1269, 1294, 1318, 1342, 1394, 1399 H. Stern 176 Hackett London 161, 301, 512 Haglöfs 340, 478 Hair Express 100 Hallhuber 127, 144 Halston Heritage 638, 1123, 1152, 1287 Hamleys 340, 711, 974 Han Kjøbenhavn 1156 Hannari MG 1170 Hanro 152 Happy Socks 1155 Hard Candy fitness 60 Harmont Blaine 400, 1312 Harrods 172, 486, 747 Harry Rosen 1135 Harry Winston 23, 46, 662 Harrys 692 Harvey Nichols 196, 415 Harvey Norman 192 Havaianas 186, 320, 708 Hawes Curtis 196, 597 Appendix
  55. 55. n Volume Europe n Volume Middle East, Asia Pacific and Africa n Volume North and Latin America locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Brands Page no. Hay 245 Headline Seoul 772 Heather Grey Wall 843 Heatons 193 Heinemann Duty Free 135 Hello Kitty 601 Helly Hansen 306, 403 Helmut Lang 232, 838 HEMA 238 Herbert Stock 80 Hering Berlin 55 Hermès 173, 259, 498, 960, 1118, 1130, 1179, 1224, 1282, 1406, 1414 Herren Globus 30 Hertie 113 Hervé Léger 664 Hervis 132 Heubel Antiques 80 H-mart 1110 HMV 156, 191, 331, 1104, 1428 Hogan 622 Hoka One One 1421 Hollister 58, 466, 634, 820, 905, 952 Home Centre 650 HomeGoods 1222 Homes r Us 683 Hoss Intropia 303, 610 Hot Topic 1421 Hotel Chocolat 201 Hotter Shoes 597 Hour Passion 157, 284, 892, 1268 House of Fraser 1415 House of Hackney 178 House of Technology 713 Howard Novick 1142 HR2 By Holt Renfrew 1119 HSL 271 HTC 411 Hublot 16, 28, 62, 486, 663, 1242, 1248 Hudson’s Bay 1108, 1386, 1415 Hugo Boss 90, 125, 141, 190, 249, 289, 353, 367, 730, 741, 1012, 1408 Hülsta and Rolf Benz 799 Humanic 68 Hunkemöller 244 I AM 761 I Blues 226 I.O Metro 1250 i.t Store 770 Ian Rosenberg 692 Icebreaker 1119, 1198, 1212 Iceland Foods 331 Ice-Watch 20, 250 Iittala 958 Ike Behar 1197 Brands Page no. IKEA 75, 191, 347, 388, 416, 424, 428, 432, 434, 453, 468, 675, 679, 721, 791, 827, 882, 892, 1236, 1257, 1295 IKKS 80 Ilse Jacobsen 348 Imaginarium 60, 86 Industrie 168 Infiniti 700 Inglot 191 Innisfree 713 Intermix 1165, 1173, 1191 Intersport 427, 995 Intimissimi 851 Iosselliani 286, 1162 Iris von Arnim 513 Irish Design Centre 191 Iro 18, 280, 1161, 1285 Isaac Mizrahi 520 Isabel Marant 149, 1288 Isetan Mitsukoshi 897, 965 Issa London 934 Issey Miyake 958 Ito-Yokado 813 IWC 275, 622, 637, 858 Izzy Bijoux 1294 J Brand 958 J. Mendel 1128 J.Crew 159, 160, 179, 1106, 1110, 1171, 1221, 1248, 1390, 1391 J.Lindeberg 68 J.McLaughlin 1191, 1242 Jac + Jack 978 Jacadi 1141 Jachs 1157 Jack Rogers 520, 1222 Jack Spade 1221 Jack Wills 183, 609 Jack Wolfskin 67, 90, 379, 506 Jack’s Coffee 1142 Jackpot 374 Jacob Cohen 464, 482 Jacques Vert 1422 Jades 93 Jaeger-LeCoultre 16, 85 Jane Norman 155 Jaquet Droz 22, 836 JC Penney 1171 JD Sports 1419 Jean-Claude Biguine 704 Jean-Paul Gaultier 22, 167 Jeffrey Campbell 945 Jennyfer 1180 Jerome C. Rousseau 618 Jessops 1428 Jet 945 Jezequel 672 Jil Sander 264, 819 Appendix
  56. 56. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Brands Page no. Jimmy Choo 93, 147, 366, 397, 807, 1281 Jitrois 1384 Jo Malone 304 Joaquín Berao 311, 939 Jockey Bra 1207 Joe Fresh 520, 1104, 1105, 1147 Joe’s Jeans 1263, 1424 John Fluevog 1257, 1112 John Galliano 618 John Lewis 142, 182, 186, 191, 718, 1397 John Richmond 618 John Varvatos 1116, 1193, 1228 Johnny Rockets 698 Johnston Murphy 1324 Jonathan Adler 1246 Jones Bootmaker 238 Joseph Erard 1414 Journelle 1100 Joyce 840 Juicy Couture 1418, 1137 Julien David 944 Jumbo 427 Jumex 100 Junghans 871 Junya Watanabe 1134 Just Cavalli 874, 1155 Juwelier Elegance 100 JYSK 428, 433 Kadi 47 Kaiser’s Tengelmann 81, 119 Kanoo Travel 195 Kanz 118 Kaporal 1416 KappAhl 375 Kara Ross 1130 Karen Millen 312, 415, 1020, 1218 Karl Lagerfeld 56, 59, 67, 136, 159, 224, 242, 250, 750, 819 Karstadt 106, 108, 110, 114, 116 Kartell 90, 820 Kate Spade 1112, 1129, 1240, 1256, 1296 Kate Spade Saturday 758, 940, 1293 Katharine Pooley 673 Kaufland 59, 408 Keesal Mathews 1123 Kelme 790 Kendra Scott 1252 Kennel Schmenger 944 Kent Curwen 161, 827, 1126 Kenzo 740 KFC 698 KidSpace 370 Kiehl’s 74, 184, 214, 237, 254, 384, 637, 965, 975, 1027 KIK 374 kika-Leiner Group 120 Brands Page no. Kiko 134, 161, 468 Kilian 1144 Kim Stumpf 245 King Power 745, 776, 979 King Soopers 1259 Kingkow 1419 Kingsdown 790 Kinokuniya 761 Kipling 184, 525, 775 Kirna Zabete 1161 Kiton 265 Kleinfeld Bridal 1109 Klemme 47 Knoll Home Design Shop 1176 Knothe 1419 Kocca 269 Konplott 78 Kontatto 254 Korloff 665 Kris Van Assche 232 Krispy Kreme 197, 366 K-ruoka 372 Kryolan 1024 K-Swiss 1417 L.K. Bennett 1265 L’Apogée Courchevel 480 L’Azurde 665 La Fée Maraboutée 53, 311 La Martina 765 La Mère Poulard 219 La Perla 254, 365, 366, 498, 522, 822, 932, 979, 1408 La Prairie 860 La Rinascente 273, 294, 717, 1415 La Senza 394 La Sportiva 887 La Tagliatella 841 La Vie Claire 995 Läckerli-Huus 15 Lacoste 789, 1012, 1218 Ladurée 219, 292, 408, 768, 854, 1147 Lalique 16, 684 Lamarthe 1419 Lamborghini 1299 LAMY 751 Lana Marks 761 Lancôme 872 Lander Urquijo 233 Lane Bryant 1161 Lane Crawford 841 LansueCo 840 Lanvin 410, 484, 610, 628, 659, 670, 851, 930, 1126, 1197 Laurèl 66 Lavand 163 Lavaredo 484 Appendix
  57. 57. n Volume Europe n Volume Middle East, Asia Pacific and Africa n Volume North and Latin America locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Brands Page no. Lavazza 144, 184 Lavenham 1412 Lawson 826, 965 Lazare Diamond 953 LC Waikiki 430 Le Château 725 Le Clos 644 Le Coq Sportif 171, 304, 636 Le Creuset 976 Le Crobag 131 Le Noir 484 Le Pain Quotidien 1123 Lee Cooper 328, 331, 1416 Leggiadro 1292 Lego 77, 133, 198, 245, 404, 1116, 1361 Legrand Filles et Fils 1427 Leica 16, 90, 306, 756, 1025, 1229, 1286 Leiser 56 Lena Hoschek 510 Lenovo 800 Leroy Merlin 358 Les Millionnaires 16 Les Nouveaux Ateliers 239 Levi’s 409, 1274 LG 1395 Li Fung 1126 Libro 132 Lidl 102, 120, 409, 429 Liebeskind Berlin 510 Li-La-Lo 67 Linda Farrow 151 Lindex 346, 400, 429, 811 Linea 616 Links of London 180 Liquid Nutrition 1129 Liu Jo 68, 73, 240, 393, 400, 600, 624, 771, 838 Lixil 119 Ljung 346 Loblaw 1428 L’Occitane 299, 508, 624, 935, 1204, 1355 Loewe 211, 275, 624, 761, 768 Lois Jeans 1329 Lola Grace 289 London Fog 695 Lonely Planet 751 Longchamp 27, 161, 276, 302, 476, 604, 750, 1352 Longines 28, 367, 749, 856, 861 Loom 1029 Lord Taylor 1181 L’Oreal 322, 1425 Lorena Antoniazzi 219 Lorenz Bäumer 216 Loriblu 296, 665 Lorna Jane 1276 Loro Piana 262, 918, 1268, 1406 Lotte Mart 729 Brands Page no. Lotto 698 Lotus Cars 69 Lou Lou 1209 Louis Vuitton 63, 159, 173, 290, 297, 301, 308, 391, 482, 488, 492, 604, 612, 637, 664, 723, 738, 824, 856, 880, 918, 932, 1118, 1154, 1232, 1276, 1318, 1339 Lovable 254 Love Brand Co. 179 Lowe’s 1209 LS Travel Retail 751, 780, 869, 1247 Lucky Brand 1241, 1286, 1418 Luisa Spagnoli 1116 Luk Fook 872, 881 Lulu Australia 704 Lulu Guinness 1158 Lululemon Athletica 167 Luminance 1020 Lure Fishbar 1146 Lush 655, 1240, 1162 Luxaby Baby Child 1197 Luxenter 597 Luxottica 305, 716 M.A.C 209, 273, 334, 400, 169, 738, 1010, 657, 702 Macy’s 1237, 1261 Mad Over Donuts 706 Madame 712 Mades 652 Madewell 1191, 1204, 1242, 1302, 1304 Maestro 600 Maison Kitsuné 935 Maison Martin Margiela 219, 939 Maison Rabih Kayrouz 474 Maison Ullens 516 Maiyet 1160 Maje 16, 1124, 1163, 1194, 1285 Makro 1426 Malabar Gold and Diamonds 1391 Mamas Papas 161 Mambo 80 Mammut 40 Mango 67, 86, 96, 101, 179, 190, 220, 300, 305, 306, 514, 680, 840, 1361, 1390 Manila Grace 262, 391 ManuelRacim 1166 Maplin 1191 Marc Cain 604, 705 Marc Jacobs 336, 339, 543, 809, 941, 1049, 1157, 1288 Marc O’Polo 67, 88, 245 Marcell von Berlin 55 Marciano Guess 1401 Marella 227, 393 Maria Black 335 Appendix
  58. 58. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Brands Page no. Marie France Van Damme 855 Marimekko 325, 334, 926, 1387 Marina Home 698 Marina Rinaldi 248, 464 Marina Yachting 292 Marionnaud 209, 235 Marisa 1354 Marks Spencer 200, 238, 250, 435, 437, 440, 533, 609, 640, 680, 686, 700, 713, 749, 758, 975, 994, 1003, 1461 Marshalls 1105, 1108 Marubi 1407 Marville 287 Marypaz 655 Mascotte 181 Massimo Dutti 80, 88, 90, 216, 383, 415, 443, 692, 789, 912, 1114 Matchless 513 Matzo Paris 826 Maurice Lacroix 59, 864 Mauro Grifoni 248 Mavi Jeans 58, 1139 Max Mara 66, 399, 533, 537, 636, 835, 1104 MAXCo. 640, 766 Maxime Simoens 1401 MaxValu 906 Maybelline 1012 McDonald’s 75, 360, 732, 1176 McGregor 607 McLaren 652 MCM 18, 66, 650, 749, 764, 856 McPaper 100 MCS 1408 McTrek 81 McWorld 132 Media Markt 99, 314, 360, 372, 601 MediMax 100, 106 Medwinds 178 Mega Image 377, 407 Melissa 171, 750 Menbur 630 Mephisto 58 Mercedes-Benz 288, 712, 959 Metro Cash Carry 360 Metzgerei Kauffmann 15 Mexx 96 Mi Piaci 983 Michael Kors 60, 184, 191, 222, 258, 262, 468, 472, 601, 622, 711, 758, 865, 904, 1147, 1179, 1181, 1348, 1358 Michal Negrin 405 Microsoft 525, 869, 1428, 1235, 1263, 1274 Migros 36, 37, 116, 423 Mikel Coffee Company 427 Mikimoto 764 Brands Page no. Miller Sport Aspen 516 Milly 518 MiMiSol 273, 924 Minelli 399 Ministop 411 Minotti 887, 917 Mira Moon 866 Miss Selfridge 609 Miss Sixty 67 Missoni 259, 520, 711, 1263, 1268 Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams 1283 Miu Miu 124, 227, 276, 319, 616, 670, 738, 840, 856, 860, 912, 920, 1118, 1272, 1352, 1358, 1385 Mixxo 953 Mlinar 404, 405 mobilcom-debitel 78 Mobilezone 15 Moda In Pelle 152 Moiselle 851 Moleskine 820, 1182 Möller Schaar 85 Molteni 238 Molton Brown 181, 1131 Moncler 213, 246, 258, 307, 366, 926, 1409 Mondelez 40 Monica Vinader 184 Monili Jewellers 987 Monki 59, 232, 865, 945, 955, 968 Monocle 1158 Monoprix 676 Montblanc 622, 1105, 1132, 1339 Montegrappa 650 Monton 372 Monty’s Chocolates 987 Morellato 268, 297, 864, 865 Moreschi 894, 1003 Morgenthal Frederics 1284 Morini 601 Morrisons 157 Mosaique 476 Moschino 365, 414, 650, 692, 861, 864 Mothercare 879 Motivi 844 Mouawad 684 Möve 40 Moynat 151, 228 MSGM 267 MUJI 634, 658, 856, 984, 1166, 1295 Mulberry 52, 125, 213, 514, 620, 738, 839, 1112, 1116 Müller 433 MUNICH 1101 Mustang 136 MUTTA Footwear 179 Mykita 1160 Appendix
  59. 59. n Volume Europe n Volume Middle East, Asia Pacific and Africa n Volume North and Latin America locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Brands Page no. Mystique 618 Naccari 40 Naf Naf 473 Nanu Nana 100 Napapijri 40, 512 NARCISS 385 NARS 1156, 1277 National Geographic 979 Native Shoes 1423 NAU! 283 Navyboot 29 Nawras 683 NBA Café 794 Neal’s Yard Remedies 854 Neiman Marcus 815, 1415 NeroGiardini 88 Nespresso 82, 128, 196, 275, 372, 684, 939, 999, 1112, 1193, 1285 Net-a-Porter 868 New Balance 305 New Era 86, 1222 New Look 437, 810 New York Company 1390 New York Fries 423 New York Nails 100 New Yorker 132, 351, 379, 403, 994, 996 Newbury Comics 1192 NEXT 382, 386 Nicholas Kirkwood 1260, 1406 Nickelodeon 1142 Nicole Farhi 1408 NICOLI 675 Nike 58, 60, 136, 197, 201, 310, 395, 399, 809, 817, 825, 897, 999, 1202, 1203, 1217, 1301, 1332 Nikon 800 Niquea.D 1163 Nixon 796 Nizam 712 NKD 117 Nobu Fairmont Monte Carlo 464 Norgil 996 Nokia 843, 1427 Nordsee 77 Nordstrom 527, 1116, 1167, 1172, 1189, 1207, 1246, 1254, 1274 Notify 232 Novamobili 799 Novus 378 Nudie Jeans 164, 987 Nygård 784 O2 182 Oakley 698, 798, 1138, 1361 Odin 1164 Odyssey Restaurant 464 Office Depot 665 Brands Page no. Office Shoes 154 OfficeMax 1204 Officeworks 974 Officina 189 1193 Officina Farmaceutica Italiana 698 Officina Slowear 946 Officine Panerai 28, 297, 316, 600, 624, 655, 670, 684, 897 Ohema Ohene 1008 Oil Vinegar 133 Okunoren Twins 1012 Old Navy 801, 961, 1103 Olive Young 843 Oliver Bonas 197 Oliver Spencer 164 Olsen 116, 145 Omega 16, 89, 498, 640, 729, 887, 1228, 1235, 1248, 1338, 1358 Omoda Shoes 244 OndadeMar 1286 One Green Elephant 1392 Onitsuka Tiger 975 Only 67 Onward 1168 Opening Ceremony 943, 1178 Orico 176 Original Marines 393 Oroton 644 Oscar de la Renta 151, 1129 Osiander 99 Osprey 161 OTZ Shoes 1417 Outfit 197 Oysho 832 Pablosky 607 Pal Zileri 52, 242, 1330, 1412 Paloma Barcelo 618 Palto 52 Pampolina 118 Pandora 40, 156, 292, 332, 399 Pantone 271 Parfois 136 Paris Hilton 1024, 1327 Parkson 732, 879 Parmigiani Fleurier 151, 765 Patagonia 478, 1164 Patek Philippe 149 Patek Philippe 680, 684, 749 Patrizia Pepe 18 Paul Shark 370, 860 Paul Frank 811 Paul Smith 72, 163, 164, 738, 820, 1118 Paul Stuart 1407 Paule Ka 358, 1129 Pavers Shoes 697 Payless Shoes 1421 Appendix
  60. 60. locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Brands Page no. Pediped 844 Peek Cloppenburg 88, 96 Peek Kids 1304 Penhaligon’s 220, 764, 855 Penhalta 316 Pepe Jeans 311, 704, 741 Pêra Doce 711 Percival 164 Peter England 691 Peter Werth 168, 980 Peuterey 216, 817 Phase Eight 29, 169, 346, 1392 Philip Stein 738, 755 Philipp Plein 220, 300, 365, 464, 482, 486, 1178 Philosophy 665 Piaget 28, 768, 891, 924 Piazza Italia 273 Piazza Sempione 1422 Picard 53, 245, 327 Pick n Pay 1026 Piel de Toro 665 Pierre Balmain 262, 996 Pierre Cardin 47 Pierre Cronje 1024 Pierre Hardy 1109 Pierre Hermé 672, 854 Pili Carrera 832, 995, 1135 Pimkie 76 Pinko 258, 260, 273 Piquadro 160, 214, 490 Planet Blue 950 Play N Trade 1323 Playlife 284 Plodine 419 Poca Poca 634 Pohland 76 Polo Ralph Lauren 960 Poltrona Frau 643 Pomellato 124, 513, 622, 854, 1404 Porcelanosa 1139 Porsche Design 1105 Ports 1961 260 Pottery Barn Kids 648 Poundland 143 Prada 24, 71, 91, 125, 248, 256, 259, 303, 345, 370, 410, 480, 616, 658, 670, 744, 776, 839, 852, 904, 918, 920, 934, 957, 969, 991, 1123, 1134, 1146, 1273, 1301, 1342, 1358, 1385 Prénatal 287 Prêt-à-Porter 618 Pretty Ballerinas 935, 1228, 1348 Prima Gold 725 Primark 59,73, 80, 85, 96, 154, 234, 235,238, 252, 311, 322 Printemps 1415 Proenza Schouler 1154 Brands Page no. Pronovias 597 Pull Bear 56, 60, 134, 1326 Puma 283, 770, 814, 1179 Puro Gusto 75 PYE 840 Pylones 99 Qela 211, 675 Quiksilver 307, 790, 791, 798, 950 Quinn 1164 R.M. Williams 1407 Rabeanco 1283 RadioShack 520, 1144, 1145, 1254 Rado 817, 859, 877, 892 Rag Bone 517, 939, 1142, 1299 Rains 178 Rake 153 Raleigh 1167 Ralph Lauren 809, 852, 939, 1190, 1380 Ralph Pucci 1236 Ramstore 430 Raymond Weil 703 Rebecca 292 Rebecca Minkoff 520, 717 Red Wing 69, 180 Redcats 1402 Redtag 657 Reebok 167, 168, 183, 220, 637, 659, 697, 1163, 1176, 1193, 1209, 1323, 1329 Reebonz 975 Reed Krakoff 1175, 1409 Reiss 695 Repetto 757, 1352 Replay 97, 256, 944 Restoration Hardware 1191 Rich Greenstein 1142 Richard Ginori 1404 Richard Mille 46, 486, 628, 750, 1268 Rick Owens 1225 Rigby Peller 67 Rimowa 244, 291, 319, 732, 765, 1102 Rip Curl 784, 798 Ripley 1335 Rituals 242, 1164, 1168 River Island 156, 383, 666 Riviera Maison 410 Rivoli Group 628 Robert Graham 1156, 1158, 1181 Robert Ley 86 Roberto Cavalli 258, 476, 610, 637, 662, 1237, 1242 Robinsons 752 Rocco’s Tacos 1171 Roccobarocco 264 Roche Bobois 1167, 1329 Rockport 640 Roger Gallet 216 Roger Dubuis 624, 640, 872, 897 Appendix
  61. 61. n Volume Europe n Volume Middle East, Asia Pacific and Africa n Volume North and Latin America locationgroup research | Retail Market Study 2014 Brands Page no. Roger Vivier 768, 934 Rohmir 851 Roksanda Ilincic 151 Rolex 142, 429, 611, 869, 1114, 1260 Rolls-Royce 372 Roots Canada 1293 Rosa Clará 672, 1229 Rosato 490 Rosenthal 112 ROSHEN 379, 404 Rossmann 81, 87, 377, 395, 404 Röther 113 Round Table Pizza 698 Roundabout Couture 1124 Roy Roger’s 488 Royce’ 611 Ruco Line 930 rue21 1422 Runners Point 1422 Rusta AB 327 S.Oliver 134, 352, 697 S.T.Dupont 625, 628, 634, 729 Sa Sa 858, 888, 904 Sabon 304 Sainsbury’s 143, 456 Saint Laurent Paris 541, 852 Saint-Phil 15 Saks Fifth Avenue 526, 1106, 1110, 1135, 1204, 1241, 1249, 1272, 1291, 1387 Sal y Limon 640, 864 Sally Salon Services 157 Salon Bar 520 Salsa 995 Salvatore Ferragamo 258, 725, 738, 768, 780, 1180, 1202, 1339 Salvatori 1314 Samsung 252, 334, 336, 351, 378, 411, 611, 657, 768, 872, 982, 1012, 1317, 1323, 1332, 1355, 1361, 1362 Sand 1135 Sandro 169, 171, 858, 1159, 1163, 1172, 1194, 1235, 1265, 1277, 1284, 1285 Santa Maria Novella 1028 Santoni 30, 259 Sanuk 527, 1295 Sarcar 871 Saturdays Surf NYC 969 Saturn 73, 110 Scalpers 306, 1314 Schiesser 77 Schild 47 Schott NYC 1168 Schuh 171, 201 SCHUMACHER 180, 181, 663 Schutz 1130 Scoop NYC 1232, 1284 Scotch Soda 163, 976, 1146, 1190, 1217, 1293 Sears Canada 1120 Brands Page no. Seattle’s Best Coffee 1252 Sebastian 263, 264 See’s Candies 1302 Seidensticker 88 Seiko 761 Seize sur Vingt 1291 Selfridges 157, 459 Seoidín 191 Sephora 275, 342, 831, 1103, 1134, 1171, 1355 Serafini 267 Serapian 283, 486 Sergio Rossi 291, 414, 787, 819, 1265 Shang Xia 224 Shanghai Tang 842 Shari’s Place 520 Sheffield 27, 143 Sheridan 143 Shilla Duty Free 776 Shin Kong Mitsukoshi 813 Shinola 1165 Shoes of Prey 978 Shopper’s Stop 714 Shoprite 1012 Siemens Home Appliances 705, 713 Silvian Heach 328, 330, 1382 Simba Toys 706 Simon 58, 283, 1181 Simone Rocha 1134 Siviglia 265 Skingraft 1156 Slyde 530, 823 SM Aura Premier 794, 797, 798 Smashburger 1182, 1204 Smyk 400 Smythson 868 Snow+Rock 171, 186 So Chocolate 869 Soaptopia 945 Socar 420 Sokolov 29 Solange Azagury-Partridge 213 Sonia Rykiel 636 Sony 975, 1302, 1304 SØR 69 Sothebys 150 Spanx 1222 Spao 952 Spar 377, 446, 597, 887 Spiele Max 100 Splash 702 Splendid 1170, 1206 Sport Vision 433 Sportalm 400 Sports Direct 120, 153, 403, 1417, 1422 Appendix

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