Global Luxury Retailing: Market Size, Brand Strategies and Competitor
Performance
Published: November 2011
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to guarantee a premium service online and many luxury retailers have missed the
opportunity to use their transactional sit...
China is fueling growth in the luxury goods sector while India still suffers from structural
problems
Luxury spending in t...
Luxury houses are now focusing more on menswear, childrenswear, and the introduction
of beauty ranges
Luxury retailers are...
The label's creative director was fired
The industry is left guessing who will replace John Galliano
The label celebrates ...
LVMH is focused on strengthening its jewelry and watches proposition
Louis Vuitton's chief executive officer is stepping d...
Bottega Veneta has delivered very rapid sales growth
Leather goods is the key product category for Gucci Group
Steep sales...
APPENDIX
Market definition
Categories covered
Regions covered
Players covered
Methodology
Building up the market size
Fore...
Table: Christian Dior Couture: trading performance ($m), 2006–H1 2011
Table: Christian Dior Couture: revenue from retail, ...
Table: Gucci Group: trading record by brand ($m), 2006–H1 2011
Table: Gucci Group: estimated revenue by geographic region ...
Figure: The Middle East and Others: expenditure on luxury branded goods ($bn), 2006–
11e
Figure: The Middle East and Other...
geographic region (%), 2006–10
Figure: Giorgio Armani Group: turnover including licensed products at wholesale value by
ge...
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  1. 1. Global Luxury Retailing: Market Size, Brand Strategies and Competitor Performance Published: November 2011 No. of Pages: 267 Price: $ 4495 Following a steep but short decline in sales in 2009 the global luxury market is thriving once more. Affluent consumers are returning to premium brands, and those with newfound wealth are discovering them for the first time. Verdict forecasts that the market will grow 65% between 2010 and 2015. Discover the brands that are driving sales, and the key strategies being used to entice luxury shoppers. Features and benefits • Make informed regional investment decisions with luxury expenditure forecasts to 2015 based on inputs including the number of wealthy individuals. • Make an informed decision what product categories to prioritise in terms of investment based on expenditure by product category forecasts to 2013. • Benchmark your company's performance by accessing profiles of ten key luxury retailers including key operating details and their global market shares. • Benchmark your company's performance in terms of your e-commerce proposition and find ways to improve your customers' online experience. • Inform your pitches with top quality insights into the market supported by multiple primary interviews with senior managers at top luxury companies. Highlights • The global luxury goods market is forecast to expand by 65% from 2010 to 2015, with most of this growth coming from emerging economies, especially in Asia Pacific. China remains the key growth generator in the region, but new demand from other markets such as South Korea, Taiwan and to a lesser extent India also contributes to strong performance. • Luxury retailers regard China as the top destination for international expansion, with many now aggressively expanding in the country. The focus is however on retail-led expansion to be better aware of new market developments, and dedicating extra effort in boosting brand image through dedicated products, fashion events and destination stores. • Despite previously having been skeptical about e-commerce, now the majority of luxury houses have at least some online offer. However, there remains much confusion about how
  2. 2. to guarantee a premium service online and many luxury retailers have missed the opportunity to use their transactional sites to further bolster customer engagement. Table Of Contents OVERVIEW Summary EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The downturn of 2008–09 was more painful but shorter than anticipated Robust growth in spending on luxury goods continued in 2011 The luxury goods market is forecast to expand by 64.4% between 2010 and 2015 Europe will remain the largest region for luxury, despite its market share declining Concerns over the US economy threaten continuing strength in luxury goods spending In 2010 Asia Pacific excluding Japan overtook the Americas as the second largest luxury market The Middle East and Others is the second fastest growing region for luxury spending Japan’s importance as a key luxury market is diminishing Accessories remain the key product category in the luxury sector Luxury houses continue to expand aggressively in Asia Pacific, especially in China Luxury retailers are putting extra effort into standing out from the crowd in Asia Pacific E-commerce is now an important channel in the luxury goods sector There is much confusion about how to deliver a luxury service online Flash sale sites are gaining prominence in the luxury goods market Hermès, Burberry, and Richemont have realized the steepest sales increases Some medium-sized global luxury companies have stolen market share from the top players STRATEGIC ACTION POINTS Luxury retailers should focus on expansion in Greater China and the Middle East High-end retailers need to differentiate themselves for Chinese consumers In mature markets, focus on destination shops in key cities Luxury houses should launch online shops to better engage with their target audience Luxury houses should seek to offer online shopping to at least their major markets Premium retailers should seek to deliver a luxury service online Luxury houses should put extra effort into strengthening their accessories proposition In clothing, expand and refine your menswear and men's accessories offer Engage with your audience through social media Luxury retailers should use discount channels to encourage shoppers to trade up MARKET CONTEXT AND OUTLOOK The luxury goods market expanded rapidly in 2010–11 Asia Pacific excluding Japan now accounts for over one quarter of all global luxury sales The global luxury market is forecast to grow by over 60% between 2010 and 2015 Luxury consumption is still rising in Europe Luxury spending in Europe recovered strongly in 2010–11 and exceeded pre-recessionary levels Luxury spending in Europe has been boosted by tourism Concerns about the region's economic future may translate to lower sales from domestic consumers Asia Pacific excluding Japan is a key driver for growth in the luxury goods sector The luxury retail market in Asia Pacific, excluding Japan, has almost tripled in the last five years Asia Pacific excluding Japan will remain the fastest growing market for luxury goods
  3. 3. China is fueling growth in the luxury goods sector while India still suffers from structural problems Luxury spending in the Americas has recovered strongly since 2009 In 2011 the luxury market in the Americas has grown by over 14% year-on-year Future growth in luxury spending in the Americas will be subdued due to the challenging economic environment Brazil remains the key contender for international expansion in Latin America Japan's influence on the luxury market is weakening Luxury spending in Japan rose steeply in 2011 The luxury market in Japan is forecast to experience marginal growth until 2015 Luxury spending in Japan has recently been hit by natural disasters and concerns about radiation The Middle East and Others is the second fastest growing region for luxury spending Following a drop in 2009–10, the region's spend on luxury goods picked up strongly in 2011 Spending on luxury goods in the Middle East and Others is forecast to almost double by 2015 While spending in the Gulf is regaining pace, North Africa has been plagued by political unrest Product trends: accessories remains the key product category for the luxury goods market Accessories has experienced the steepest growth over the last four years During 2011–13f accessories and apparel will be the fastest growing product categories STRATEGIC ISSUES Asia Pacific remains the key region for expansion for luxury retailers Luxury houses continue to expand aggressively in Asia Pacific, especially in China Luxury houses are now seeking direct control in the growth markets of Asia Pacific Customers in China are becoming increasingly demanding and knowledgeable about brands Luxury retailers are putting extra effort into standing out from the crowd in China In mature markets, a presence in luxurious shopping districts remains highly sought after High-end department stores continue to expand internationally through physical stores and online Premium department stores are opening stores in new markets Several department stores are now offering international delivery E-commerce is now an important channel in the luxury goods sector Several key concerns deterred luxury houses from becoming early adopters of the online channel Luxury retailers reconsidered their standing point following the success of multi-brand luxury e-retailers There is still much confusion in the luxury sector about how to conduct e-commerce In China, the market for multi-brand luxury e-retailers is becoming overcrowded Travelling customers and the travel retail channel are key for the luxury goods market Discounted luxury fashion channels are expanding, especially in the US and Europe In the midst of the downturn retailers sought cheaper luxury and are likely to remain more price sensitive Outlet villages have been performing strongly and are expanding to Eastern Europe High-end department stores are expanding their discount formats in the US Flash sale sites are gaining prominence in the luxury goods market Luxury retailers should perceive discount channels as an opportunity to encourage shoppers to trade up
  4. 4. Luxury houses are now focusing more on menswear, childrenswear, and the introduction of beauty ranges Luxury retailers are introducing dedicated menswear stores Luxury houses are keen to further develop their childrenswear offering Luxury houses are experimenting with beauty products Designers continue to collaborate with high street retailers to make their designs available to the wider public Pop-up stores are used to generate greater excitement and brand awareness Luxury houses are engaging with their customers through social media Luxury houses are strengthening their brands' associations with art to highlight heritage As the luxury goods market recovers, acquisition and initial public offering activity is intensifying The fight against counterfeit goods continues COMPANY COMPARISONS Hermès and Burberry delivered the steepest increases in revenues during 2006–10 Hermès has the highest operating margin while Christian Dior Couture has the lowest For five top luxury houses Asia Pacific accounts for the largest share of revenues There are a range of differences in luxury houses' online propositions Except for Burberry, global luxury labels currently ship their products to selected markets only The US is the most popular shipping destination in the luxury goods sector, while Japan is the most common destination in Asia Pacific Most luxury retailers offer only limited ranges online Delivery charges vary considerably across luxury retailers Several luxury houses charge for online purchases depending on the products bought or the total cost of the purchase Bottega Veneta offers the speediest and cheapest delivery in the UK Hermès' online deliveries in the US take the longest among its peer group Only several top luxury brands offer online shopping to Japanese customers Luxury players offer express delivery in selected markets BURBERRY Company overview: Burberry has recently revitalized its brand and delivered strong trading Recent key developments: Burberry has recently upgraded its online operations Burberry has revamped its website Burberry has set up a joint venture in the Middle East The company is opening new flagship stores in London The first Burberry Brit store opened in the UK Trading record: Burberry has recently delivered a very strong trading performance While it was affected by the global recession Burberry quickly recovered in 2010, and has shown strong financial performance since Burberry has been increasingly focusing on the retail channel Apparel and accessories are Burberry's key product categories Asia Pacific is rapidly growing in importance for Burberry Store portfolio: Burberry has brought Chinese and Saudi Arabian stores under its direct control Outlook: Burberry has delivered stellar performance and is poised for further growth CHRISTIAN DIOR Company overview: Christian Dior operates a couture label and owns shares in LVMH Recent key developments: Christian Dior fired its creative director John Galliano
  5. 5. The label's creative director was fired The industry is left guessing who will replace John Galliano The label celebrates the reopening of its Shanghai flagship Natalie Portman endorses Miss Dior Chérie perfume Christian Dior Couture embraces mobile marketing The company is to open a standalone store in South Korea Christian Dior Couture entered India in 2010 Trading record: Christian Dior Couture has recovered strongly following the recession Christian Dior Couture's performance was especially weak during the downturn but has recovered strongly Christian Dior Couture's wholesale channel has been shrinking Christian Dior Couture obtains about half of its retail revenue from Europe and the Middle East Store portfolio: the label's retail network has expanded little in the last five years Outlook: profit margins and limited presence in growth markets are Christian Dior Couture's key concerns GIORGIO ARMANI Company overview: Giorgio Armani Group is tightly controlled by Mr Armani Recent key developments: a key executive has recently left Giorgio Armani and the company has gone fully online Giorgio Armani launches a new online store The right hand man of Giorgio Armani leaves The label will dress Italian athletes for the London 2012 Olympics Charlene Wittstock becomes Monaco's princess in an Armani Privé dress Another high profile celebrity endorses the Emporio Armani Underwear and Armani Jeans ranges The company puts more effort into marketing its childrenswear Trading record: while the company recovered in 2010, its trading record suggests weaknesses Store portfolio: the group's rate of retail expansion slowed in 2010 Outlook: Giorgio Armani's competitive position has worsened HERMÈS Company overview: Hermès is known for its silk scarves and ties, and premium handbags Recent key developments: Hermès has diversified into several new product categories Hermès sells its stake in Jean Paul Gaultier Hermès has launched a label dedicated for China Hermès has launched a men's-only store in New York Hermès has expanded into new product categories Trading record: Hermès has been performing strongly despite the recession Hermès' revenue has continuously grown over the last five years Leather and saddlery goods account for about half of total revenue In contrast to many of its rivals, Hermès shows strong performance in the Americas Store portfolio: Hermès has been growing its retail network and renovating stores Outlook: Hermès is the top performer in the luxury sector and is well placed for further growth LVMH Company overview: LVMH has revamped its brand portfolio through numerous acquisitions and disposals Recent key developments: LVMH has grown its jewelry and watches business through acquisitions
  6. 6. LVMH is focused on strengthening its jewelry and watches proposition Louis Vuitton's chief executive officer is stepping down Salvatore Ferragamo has collaborated with Bulgari to create the former's first jewelry range LVMH is to celebrate its craftsmanship and heritage with the opening of several "heritage sights" Bulgari is to open a luxury hotel in London Actress Rachel Weisz has been signed to publicize Bulgari's perfume Trading record: LVMH's performance in Q2 2011 suggests some weaknesses LVMH has been posting double digit revenue growth since 2010 LVMH is aggressively expanding its fashion and leather goods and watches and jewelry divisions LVMH's share of revenues from Asia Pacific excluding Japan has been growing rapidly Trading record: Bulgari's performance recovered in 2010 Bulgari has benefitted from recent restructuring and a rebound in spending on luxury jewelry and watches Jewelry remains Bulgari's key product category Asia Pacific excluding Japan is the second largest geographic region by revenue for Bulgari Store portfolio: LVMH has been slow at expanding its retail network in Asia Pacific Store portfolio: Bulgari has continued to expand its retail network Outlook: there are concerns about LVMH's ability to deliver strong growth in the short term POLO RALPH LAUREN Company overview: Polo Ralph Lauren is the largest American luxury house Recent key developments: Polo Ralph Lauren has expanded its e-commerce proposition and bought back operations in Asia Pacific Polo Ralph Lauren has recently launched e-commerce in several European countries Polo Ralph Lauren is bringing its Asia Pacific operations under its direct control Polo Ralph Lauren has opened the first standalone stores for the Rugby label outside of North America Trading record: Polo Ralph Lauren is expanding its retail business internationally Polo Ralph Lauren's leading position in the US protected it during the recession Retail has recently become the key revenue-generating channel for the company Polo Ralph Lauren is still very dependent on one single market Store portfolio: the Ralph Lauren banner has the most extended global presence Outlook: Polo Ralph Lauren's further growth will be fueled by international expansion PPR Company overview: PPR has undergone several major transformations in its product offer Recent key developments: the group is increasingly focusing on its luxury and lifestyle propositions PPR has acquired a premium watchmaker Balenciaga has launched a transactional website PPR has expanded its sportswear proposition Christian Louboutin is seeking compensation from Yves Saint Laurent PPR has changed the governance structure of its luxury goods division Bottega Veneta has opened a store dedicated for homewares in the Middle East Gucci has launched eco-friendly eyewear The company has increased its focus on e-commerce operations Trading record: the recent sale of Conforama depressed PPR's sales but improved margins PPR's luxury arm has been a star performer in the group's portfolio
  7. 7. Bottega Veneta has delivered very rapid sales growth Leather goods is the key product category for Gucci Group Steep sales growth in Asia Pacific, and Mainland China in particular, has boosted the luxury division's recent trading performance Store portfolio: Yves Saint Laurent has recently revised its retail network Japan remains the largest single market by store numbers for Gucci Group Outlook: Gucci Group needs to discover ways to deliver stronger growth PRADA Company overview: Prada remains majority-owned by the founding family Recent key developments: Prada held an IPO in Hong Kong Prada listed a minority stake in Hong Kong Church's has opened a women's-only store in London Prada has entered the Middle East Prada has launched capsule collections to promote global sourcing Miu Miu has opened a new flagship store in London Prada has increased promotional activity in Asia Pacific Prada is offering new bespoke services Trading record: Prada has shown very strong growth in Asia Pacific Prada has recently delivered strong growth, driven by its retail focus and booming sales in Asia Pacific Miu Miu is the most rapidly expanding fascia in Prada's portfolio Leather goods account for over half of Prada's total revenue While Europe remains Prada's largest market, Asia Pacific is quickly catching up Store portfolio: Prada is aggressively expanding its retail network Outlook: Prada's success is dependent on the continuing spending boom in Asia Pacific RICHEMONT Company overview: Richemont is the owner of many esteemed jewelry and watch brands Recent key developments: Richemont is keen to grow its supply of premium watches Richemont has announced plans to boost its capital expenditure Van Cleef & Arpels introduces exquisite Bals de Légende collection Richemont continues to buy back its equity Net-A-Porter has launched a dedicated proposition for men Trading record: after struggling in 2009 and 2010 Richemont's trading record recovered strongly in 2011 Richemont's retail revenue has increased significantly Jewelry remains Richemont's largest business Richemont delivers most of its revenues from Asia Pacific Store portfolio: Richemont is focused on expanding its retail network in growth markets Outlook: Richemont is more vulnerable to economic cycles due to its product proposition and manufacturing business OTHER PLAYERS Valentino Chanel Coach Dolce & Gabbana Jimmy Choo Mulberry Salvatore Ferragamo Tiffany & Co. Versace
  8. 8. APPENDIX Market definition Categories covered Regions covered Players covered Methodology Building up the market size Forecasts Exchange rates Datamonitor’s wealth data Definitions Global Wealth Model methodology Further reading Ask the analyst Global Retail FreeView Verdict consulting Disclaimer LIST OF TABLES Table: Global retail expenditure on luxury branded goods ($bn/€bn), 2006–11e Table: Retail expenditure on luxury branded products by region ($bn), 2006–11e Table: Retail expenditure on luxury branded products by region (€bn), 2006–11e Table: Global retail expenditure on luxury branded goods ($bn/€bn), 2006–15f Table: European expenditure on luxury branded goods ($bn/€bn), 2006–11e Table: Asia Pacific excluding Japan: expenditure on luxury branded products ($bn/€bn), 2006–11e Table: Americas: expenditure on luxury branded products ($bn/€bn), 2006–11e Table: Japan: expenditure on luxury branded goods ($bn/€bn), 2006–11e Table: The Middle East and Others: expenditure on luxury branded goods ($bn/€bn), 2006–11e Table: Global expenditure on branded luxury goods by product category ($bn), 2007–11e Table: Global expenditure on branded luxury goods by product category (€bn), 2007–11e Table: Global expenditure on branded luxury goods by product category ($bn), 2011–13f Table: Global expenditure on branded luxury goods by product category (€bn), 2011–13f Table: Top 10 global luxury houses by revenue ($m) and revenue growth (%), 2006–10 Table: Top 10 global luxury houses by revenue (€m) and revenue growth(%), 2006–10 Table: Top 10 luxury houses' global market shares (%), 2006–10 Table: Top 10 global luxury houses by operating margins (%), FY2010/11–H1 FY2011/12 Table: Burberry company overview 2011 Table: Burberry: trading record (£m), FY2007–H1 FY2012 Table: Burberry: trading record ($m), FY2007–H1 FY2012 Table: Burberry: revenues from retail, wholesale, and licensing (£m), FY2007–H1 FY2012 Table: Burberry: revenues from retail, wholesale, and licensing ($m), FY2007–H1 FY2012 Table: Burberry: revenue by product category (£m), FY2007–11 Table: Burberry: revenue by geographic region (£m), FY2007–H1 FY2012 Table: Burberry: revenue by geographic region ($m), FY2007–H1 FY2012 Table: Burberry store portfolio, FY2007–Q1 FY2012 Table: Christian Dior company overview 2011 Table: Christian Dior: trading record (€m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: Christian Dior: trading record ($m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: Christian Dior Couture: trading performance (€m), 2006–H1 2011
  9. 9. Table: Christian Dior Couture: trading performance ($m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: Christian Dior Couture: revenue from retail, wholesale, and licensing (€m), 2006– 10 Table: Christian Dior Couture: revenue from retail, wholesale, and licensing ($m), 2006– 10 Table: Christian Dior Couture: retail revenue by geographic region (€m), 2006–10 Table: Christian Dior Couture: retail revenue by geographic region ($m), 2006–10 Table: Christian Dior Couture: store portfolio, 2006–10 Table: Giorgio Armani company overview 2011 Table: Giorgio Armani Group: trading record (€m), 2006–10 Table: Giorgio Armani Group: trading record ($m), 2006–10 Table: Giorgio Armani: store portfolio of directly operated standalone stores by region Table: Hermès company overview 2011 Table: Hermès: trading record (€m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: Hermès: trading record ($m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: Hermès: revenue by product category (€m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: Hermès: revenue by product category ($m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: Hermès: revenue by geographic region (€m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: Hermès: revenue by geographic region ($m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: Hermès: store portfolio, 2006–10 Table: LVMH company overview 2011 Table: LVMH: trading record (€m), 2007–H1 2011 Table: LVMH: trading record ($m), 2007–H1 2011 Table: LVMH: revenue by product category (€m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: LVMH: revenue by product category ($m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: LVMH: trading performance (€m), H1 2011 Table: LVMH: revenue by geographic region (€m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: LVMH: revenue by geographic region ($m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: Bulgari: trading record (€m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: Bulgari: trading record ($m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: Bulgari: revenues by product category (€m), 2008–H1 2011 Table: Bulgari: revenues by product category ($m), 2008–H1 2011 Table: Bulgari: revenue by geographic region (€m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: Bulgari: revenue by geographic region ($m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: LVMH: store portfolio, 2006–H1 2011 Table: LVMH: store portfolio by region, 2006–H1 2011 Table: Bulgari: store portfolio, 2006–10 Table: Polo Ralph Lauren company overview 2011 Table: Polo Ralph Lauren: trading record ($m), FY2007–Q1 FY2012 Table: Polo Ralph Lauren: trading record by retail, wholesale, and licensing ($m), 2007– Q1 2012 Table: Polo Ralph Lauren: revenue by geographic region ($m), FY2007–11 Table: Polo Ralph Lauren: store portfolio of directly operated standalone stores by region, 2008–Q1 2012 Table: PPR company overview 2011 Table: PPR: trading record (€m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: PPR: trading record ($m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: Gucci Group: trading performance (€m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: Gucci Group: trading performance ($m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: Gucci Group: trading record by brand (€m), 2006–H1 2011
  10. 10. Table: Gucci Group: trading record by brand ($m), 2006–H1 2011 Table: Gucci Group: estimated revenue by geographic region (€m), 2006–10 Table: Gucci Group: estimated revenue by geographic region ($m), 2006–10 Table: Gucci Group: store network by brand, 2006–10 Table: Gucci Group: store portfolio by geographic region, 2007–10 Table: Gucci Group: store network by brand and region in 2009 and 2010 Table: Prada company overview 2011 Table: Prada: trading record (€m), FY2008–H1 FY2012 Table: Prada: trading record ($m), FY2008–H1 FY2012 Table: Prada: trading record by retail, wholesale, and licensing (€m), FY2009–H1 FY2012 Table: Prada: trading record by retail, wholesale, and licensing ($m), FY2009–H1 FY2012 Table: Prada: turnover by brand, which includes retail and wholesale sales but excludes revenue from licensing (€m), FY2009–H1 FY2012 Table: Prada: turnover by brand, which includes retail and wholesale sales but excludes revenue from licensing ($m), FY2009–H1 FY2012 Table: Prada: turnover by product category (€m), which includes retail and wholesale sales but excludes revenue from licensing, FY2009–H1 FY2011 Table: Prada: turnover by product category ($m), which includes retail and wholesale sales but excludes revenue from licensing, FY2009–H1 FY2011 Table: Prada: turnover by geographic region (€m), which includes retail and wholesale sales but excludes revenue from licensing, FY2009–H1 FY2012 Table: Prada: turnover by geographic region ($m), which includes retail and wholesale sales but excludes revenue from licensing, FY2009–H1 FY2012 Table: Prada: directly operated stores by brand, FY2009–September 2011 Table: Richemont company overview 2011 Table: Richemont: trading performance (€m), FY2007–11 Table: Richemont: trading performance ($m), FY2007–11 Table: Richemont: revenue from retail and wholesale channels (€m), FY2007–11 Table: Richemont: revenue by product category (€m), FY2007–11 Table: Richemont: revenue by geographic region (€m), FY2007–11 Table: Richemont: revenue by geographic region ($m), FY2007–11 Table: Richemont: number of company owned stores, FY2007–11 LIST OF FIGURES Figure: Global retail expenditure on luxury branded products ($bn), 2006–11e Figure: Share of expenditure on luxury branded products by region (%), 2006 and 2011e Figure: Retail expenditure on luxury branded products by region ($bn), 2006 and 2011e Figure: Global retail expenditure on luxury branded products ($bn), 2006–15f Figure: Retail expenditure on luxury branded products by region ($bn), 2006–15f Figure: Share of expenditure on luxury branded products by region (%), 2006, 2011e, and 2015f Figure: European expenditure on luxury branded goods ($bn), 2006–11e Figure: European expenditure on luxury branded goods ($bn), 2006–15f Figure: Asia Pacific excluding Japan: expenditure on luxury branded goods ($bn), 2006– 11e Figure: Asia Pacific excluding Japan: expenditure on luxury branded products ($bn), 2006– 15f Figure: Americas: expenditure on luxury branded products ($bn), 2006–11e Figure: Americas: expenditure on luxury branded products ($bn), 2006–15f Figure: Japan: expenditure on luxury branded goods ($bn), 2006–11e Figure: Japan: expenditure on luxury branded products ($bn), 2005–15f
  11. 11. Figure: The Middle East and Others: expenditure on luxury branded goods ($bn), 2006– 11e Figure: The Middle East and Others: expenditure on luxury branded products ($bn), 2005– 15f Figure: Global expenditure on branded luxury goods by product category ($bn), 2007–13f Figure: Share of global expenditure on branded luxury goods by product category ($), 2007, 2011e, and 2013f Figure: Prada's runway show in China in January 2011 Figure: The new Mulberry store in Soho, New York Figure: Burberry's UK homepage Figure: Pictures and a video of a coat sold on Burberry's e-store Figure: Nordstrom Rack store on New York's Union Square Figure: The interior of a Bloomingdale's Outlet store Figure: Christian Louboutin's first men's store in Paris Figure: Coach men's-only store in New York Figure: The Lanvin Petite collection launched in 2011 Figure: Sample products from Tom Ford's make-up collection launched in 2011 Figure: Pictures of the upcoming Versace and H&M collection released in June 2011 Figure: The Target Missoni pop-up store in New York, September 2011 Figure: Chanel exhibition in Harrods, September 2011 Figure: Windows of the Louis Vuitton pop-up shop in Cannes, May 2011 Figure: Tommy Hilfiger pop-up store in London, May 2011 Figure: Burberry offering fans to order a sample of the new perfume on Facebook Figure: Operating margins of top 10 luxury retailers, 2010/11 Figure: Top 10 global luxury retailers' revenue split by geographic region (%), based on most recently reported full year or half year trading Figure: 10 luxury houses ranked by the number of countries they ship to, as of September 2011 Figure: 10 luxury houses ranked by aan average price for a standard delivery (€), as of September 2011 Figure: Comparative costs and fulfillment times for standard delivery by luxury retailers in the UK, 2011 Figure: Comparative costs and fulfillment times for standard delivery by luxury retailers in the US, 2011 Figure: Comparative costs and fulfillment times for standard delivery by luxury retailers in Japan, 2011 Figure: Burberry store 2011 Figure: Burberry's updated site, Burberry.com Figure: Burberry revenue split by product category (%), FY2007 and FY2011 Figure: Burberry: revenue split by geographic region (%), FY2007–2011 Figure: Burberry: revenue split by geographic region, FY2011 Figure: Christian Dior store 2011 Figure: The remodeled Dior boutique in Shanghai's Plaza 66 shopping mall and one of the looks presented in the runway show organized for the store opening Figure: Natalie Portman as the face of Miss Dior Chérie perfume Figure: The Christian Dior app which focuses on the lipstick range Addict Figure: Christian Dior Couture: retail revenue by geographic region (%), 2006–10 Figure: Christian Dior Couture: retail revenue by geographic region (%) in 2010 Figure: Emporio Armani store 2011 Figure: Giorgio Armani Group: turnover including licensed products at wholesale value by
  12. 12. geographic region (%), 2006–10 Figure: Giorgio Armani Group: turnover including licensed products at wholesale value by geographic region (%), 2011 Figure: Hermès store 2011 Figure: Hermès' first store dedicated to menswear in New York Figure: Hermès: revenue by product category (%) in 2006 and H1 2011 Figure: Hermès: revenue by geographic region (%), 2006–H1 2011 Figure: Hermès: revenue by geographic region (%), H1 2011 Figure: Louis Vuitton store 2011 Figure: Rachel Weisz in Bulgari's scent advert Figure: LVMH: revenue split by product category (%), 2006 and H1 2011 Figure: LVMH: revenue by geographic region (%), 2006–H1 2011 Figure: LVMH: revenue by geographic region (%) in H1 2011 Figure: LVMH fashion and leather goods: revenue by geographic region (%) in H1 2011 Figure: Bulgari: revenue by product category (%) in 2008 and H1 2011 Figure: Bulgari: revenue by geographic region (%), 2006–H1 2011 Figure: Bulgari: revenue by geographic region (%) in H1 2011 Figure: Ralph Lauren store 2011 Figure: The new Polo Ralph Lauren's Rugby store in London Figure: Polo Ralph Lauren: revenue by geographic region ($m), FY2007–11 Figure: Polo Ralph Lauren: revenue by geographic region (%) in FY2011 Figure: Gucci store 2011 Figure: Balenciaga's e-shop Figure: Gucci Group: revenue by product category (%) in 2007 and 2010 Figure: Gucci Group: revenue by geographic region (%), 2006–10 Figure: Gucci Group: revenue by geographic region (%) in 2010 Figure: Prada store 2011 Figure: Church's ladies' store in London opened in September 2011 Figure: Prada: turnover by product category (%), which includes retail and wholesale sales but excludes revenue from licensing, FY2009 and FY2011 Figure: Prada: turnover by geographic region (%), which includes retail and wholesale sales but excludes revenue from licensing, FY2009–11 Figure: Prada: turnover by geographic region (%), which includes retail and wholesale sales but excludes revenue from licensing, FY2011 Figure: Cartier store 2011 Figure: Richemont: revenue by product category (%) in FY2007 and FY2011 Figure: Richemont: revenue by geographic region (%), FY2007–11 Figure: Richemont: revenue by geographic region (%) in FY2011 Figure: The first Dolce & Gabbana standalone store in Prague launched in September 2011 Figure: Shoes from the Jimmy Choo men's collection launched for the autumn/winter 2011/12 season Figure: Sketches for the upcoming Versace Young collection for spring/summer 2012 About Us: ReportsnReports is an online library of over 100,000+ market research reports and in-depth market research studies & analysis of over 5000 micro markets. We provide 24/7 online and offline support to our customers. Get in touch with us for your needs of market research reports.
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