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  1. 1. abercrombie & fitch • Abercrombie & Fitch Co. TypePublic companyTraded asNYSE: ANF S&P 500 ComponentIndustryRetailFoundedNew York City, New York, United States June 4, 1892Founder(s)David T. Abercrombie Ezra FitchHeadquartersNew Albany, Ohio, United States, USNumber of locations1045 (February 2012)[1]Area servedUnited States Canada United Kingdom Ireland Sweden Denmark Germany Italy South Korea Japan Puerto Rico France Belgium Spain Hong Kong SingaporeKey peopleMichael S. Jeffries (Chairman and CEO)ProductsClothing for Men and WomenRevenue US$ 3.469 billion (2010)[2]Operating income US$ 231.932 million (2010)[2]Net income US$ 150.283 million (2010)[2]Total assets US$ 2.948 billion (2010)[2]Total equity US$ 1.891 billion (2010)[2]Employees9,000 full-time (2010)[2] 76,000 part-time (2010)[2]DivisionsAbercrombie & Fitch abercrombie Hollister Co. Gilly
  2. 2. Nike • Nike, Inc. TypePublicTraded asNYSE: NKE S&P 500 ComponentIndustryApparels, accessories Founded1964 (as Blue Ribbon Sports)[1] 1978 (as Nike, Inc.)Founder(s)Bill Bowerman Phil KnightHeadquartersWashington County, Oregon, United States (Near Beaverton, Oregon)Area servedWorldwideKey peoplePhil Knight (Chairman) Mark Parker (President and CEO)ProductsAthletic footwear and apparel, sport equipments and other athletic and recreational productsRevenue US$ 20.862 billion (FY 2011)[2] Operating income US$ 2.844 billion (FY 2011)[2] Net income US$ 2.133 billion (FY 2011)[2]Total assets US$ 14.998 billion (FY 2011)[2]Total equity US$ 9.843 billion (FY 2011)[2]Employees38,000 (May 2011)[2]Website
  3. 3. Lacoste Lacoste is a French apparel company founded in 1933 that sells high-end clothing, footwear, perfume, leather goods, watches, eyewear, and most famously tennis shirts. In recent years, Lacoste has introduced a home line of sheeting and towels. The company can be recognized by its green crocodile logo.[1]
  4. 4. Lacoste contd. • Lacoste S.A. TypeSociété AnonymeIndustryRetailFounded Troyes, France (1933)Founder(s) René Lacoste, André Gillier HeadquartersCorporate: Paris, France. Distribution: TroyesProducts Apparel, Shoes, PerfumesWebsite
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  6. 6. adidas Adidas AG is a German sports clothing manufacturer and parent company of the Adidas Group, which consists of the Reebok sportswear company, TaylorMade-Adidas golf company (including Ashworth), and Rockport. Besides sports footwear, the company also produces other products such as bags, shirts, watches, eyewear, and other sports- and clothing-related goods. The company is the largest sportswear manufacturer in Europe and the second biggest sportswear manufacturer in the world.[3]
  7. 7. Adidas contd. • Adidas AG TypeAktiengesellschaftTraded asFWB: ADS, OTCQX: ADDYYIndustryApparel, accessoriesFounded1924 as Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik (registered in 1949)[1]Founder(s)Adolf Dassler HeadquartersHerzogenaurach, Germany Portland, Oregon, USAArea servedWorldwideKey peopleIgor Landau (Chairman) Herbert Hainer (CEO)ProductsFootwear, sportswear, sports equipment, toiletriesRevenue€11.99 billion (2010)[2] Operating income€894 million (2010)[2]Profit€567 million (2010)[2]Total assets€10.62 billion (end 2010)[2] Total equity€4.616 billion (end 2010)[2]Employees42,540 (end 2010)[2]
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  9. 9. Gucci The House of Gucci, better known simply as Gucci (Italian pronunciation: [ˈɡuttʃi]), is an Italian fashion and leather goods label, part of the Gucci Group, which is owned by French company PPR.[1] Gucci was founded by Guccio Gucci in Florence in 1921.[2] Gucci generated circa € 4.2 billion in revenue worldwide in 2008 according to BusinessWeek magazine and climbed to 41st position in the magazine's annual 2009 "Top Global 100 Brands" chart created by Interbrand.[3] Gucci is also the biggest-selling Italian brand.[3] Gucci operates about 278 directly operated stores worldwide (as of September 2009) and it wholesales its products through franchisees and upscale department stores.[
  10. 10. Gucci contd. • The House of Gucci TypeSubsidiary of PPR IndustryConsumer Goods Founded1921HeadquartersFlorence, ItalyKey peopleGuccio Gucci Founder Patrizio di Marco, President & CEO, Frida Giannini, Creative director ProductsClothing, watches, jewelry, shoes and leather goodsRevenue € 4.2 billion (31 December 2009)ParentPPRWebsite
  11. 11. Hugo Boss Hugo Boss AG is a German fashion and style house based in Metzingen, Germany. It is named after its founder, Hugo Boss (1885–1948
  12. 12. Hugo boss contd. • Hugo Boss AG TypeAktiengesellschaftTraded asFWB: BOS3IndustryLuxury goods Founded1924HeadquartersMetzingen, GermanyKey peopleClaus-Dietrich Lahrs (CEO and chairman of the managing board), Hellmut Albrecht (Chairman of the supervisory board)ProductsHigh fashion clothing, accessories, footwearRevenue€1.729 billion (2010)[1] Operating income€263.9 million (2010)[1]Profit €185.9 million (2010)[1]Total assets€1.355 billion (end 2010)[1]Total equity€361.2 million (end 2010) [1]Employees9,940 (end 2010)[1]Parent Valentino Fashion GroupWebsite
  13. 13. Calvin Klein Calvin Klein Inc. is a fashion house founded by American fashion designer Calvin Klein. The company is headquartered in Midtown Manhattan, New York City[1] and currently owned by Phillips-Van Heusen. Like other fashion brands, Calvin Klein established a monogram: the "cK" emblem.
  14. 14. calvin klien contd. • Calvin Klein Incorporated TypeSubsidiary Founded1968Founder(s)Calvin KleinHeadquartersNew York City, United StatesParentPhillips-Van
  15. 15. Hollister Co. Hollister Co., sometimes advertised as Hollister or HCo., is an American lifestyle brand by Abercrombie & Fitch Co. The concept was originally designed to attract consumers aged 14–18, at a lower price point than the parent brand.[2] through its SoCal-inspired image and casual wear.[5] Goods are available in-store and through the company's online store.[6][7] It was ranked as the second most preferred clothing brand of US teens on a long list of actual West Coast companies in 2008 by Piper Jaffray.[8]
  16. 16. H0llister co. contd. • Abercrombie & Fitch Co. brand Hollister Co. TypeDivision of Abercrombie & Fitch Co.LaunchedJuly 2000[1]Headquarters New Albany, Ohio, U.S.Key peopleMichael S. Jeffries (CEO )ThemeSoCalColor schemeSepiaTarget consumer age14 - 18 [2]Apparel styleCasual wearAbbrev.HCo. HCOLogoSeagullStore locations571[3] in: United States Canada United Kingdom Italy Germany Spain Ireland Sweden Hong Kong France Belgium AustriaRevenue US$ 1.553 billion (2010)[4]Website
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  18. 18. Louis Vuitton Louis Vuitton Malletier – commonly referred to as Louis Vuitton (French: [lwi vɥitɔ̃], commonly /ˈluːiː viːˈtɒn/), or shortened to LV – is a French fashion house founded in 1854 by Louis Vuitton. The label is well known for its LV monogram, which is featured on most of its products - this ranging from luxury trunks and leather goods to ready-to-wear, shoes, watches, jewelry, accessories, sunglasses, and books. Louis Vuitton is one of the world's leading international fashion houses; it sells its products through standalone boutiques, lease departments in high-end department stores, and through the e-commerce section of its website.[2][3]For seven consecutive years (2006-2012) Louis Vuitton has been named the world's most valuable luxury brand. Its 2012 valuation is 25.9 billion USD.[4]
  19. 19. Louis vitton contd. • Louis Vuitton Malletier TypeDivision of holding company (LVMH )IndustryRetailFounded1854Founder(s) Louis VuittonHeadquartersParis, FranceKey peopleJordi Constans (Chairman & CEO) Marc Jacobs (Artistic Director) Kim Jones (lead designer of menswear) Antoine Arnault (Director of Communications)ProductsLuxury goods Revenue€2.5 billion (2011)[1]ParentLVMH
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  21. 21. Levi Strauss & Co Levi Strauss & Co. (  /ˌliːvaɪ ˈstrɔːs/), also known as LS&CO or simply Levi's, is a privately held American clothing company known worldwide for its Levi's brand of denim jeans. It was founded in 1853 when Levi Strauss came from Buttenheim, Bavaria, to San Francisco, California to open a west coast branch of his brothers' New York dry goods business. In 1873 Levi Strauss and tailor Jacob Davis received a U.S. patent to make the first riveted men's work pants out of denim: the first blue jeans. The company briefly experimented (in the 1970s) with a public stock listing, but remains owned and controlled by descendants and relatives of Levi Strauss's four nephews. The company's corporate headquarters is located at Levi's Plaza in San Francisco.[2]
  22. 22. Levi Strauss & Co contd. TypePrivateIndustryClothingFounded1853Founder(s) Levi StraussHeadquartersSan Francisco, California, U.S.Number of locations470 company-operated stores [1]Area servedWorldwideKey peopleStephen C. Neal, Chairman of the Board Chip Bergh, President and CEO ProductsJeansRevenue$4.4 billion (FY 2010) Operating income$381 million (FY 2010)Net income $157 million (FY 2010)Total equity- $1.59 billion (2010)Owner(s)Descendants of Levi StraussEmployees16,200 (FY 2010)Website Levi Strauss HomepageReferences: Levi Strauss & Co.: Images of America, by Lynn Downey
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  24. 24. Burberry Burberry Group plc (LSE: BRBY) is a British luxury fashion house, manufacturing clothing, fragrance, and fashion accessories. Its distinctive tartan pattern has become one of its most widely copied trademarks. Burberry is most famous for its iconic trench coat, which was invented by founder Thomas Burberry. The company has branded stores and franchises around the world, and also sells through concessions in third-party stores. HM Queen Elizabeth II and HRH The Prince of Wales have granted the company Royal Warrants. The Chief Creative Officer is Christopher Bailey. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index.
  25. 25. Burberry contd. • Burberry Group plc TypePublic companyTraded asLSE: BRBYIndustryFashionFounded Basingstoke, United Kingdom (1856)Founder(s) Thomas BurberryHeadquartersLondon, United KingdomNumber of locations473Area servedWorldwideKey peopleJohn Peace, (Chairman) Angela Ahrendts, (CEO) Christopher Bailey, (CCO)ProductsClothing Accessories PerfumesRevenue£1,501.3 million (2011)[1] Operating income£302.1 million (2011)[1]Net income£206.3 million (2011)[1]Employees6,681 (2010)
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