Global Luxury Apparel and Accessories MarketPUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, March 6, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The global market size of Luxury Apparel and Accessories is $XX million in 2018 with XX CAGR from 2014 to 2018, and it is expected to reach $XX million by the end of 2024 with a CAGR of XX% from 2019 to 2024. Global Luxury Apparel and Accessories Market Report 2019 - Market Size, Share, Price, Trend and Forecast is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global Luxury Apparel and Accessories industry. The key insights of the report: Request Sample Report at https://www.wiseguyreports.com/sample-request/3781184-global-luxury-apparel-and-accessories-market-report-2019 1.The report provides key statistics on the market status of the Luxury Apparel and Accessories manufacturers and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the industry. 2.The report provides a basic overview of the industry including its definition, … [Read more...] about Global Luxury Apparel and Accessories Market Analysis, Growth Opportunities in 2019 and Forecast up to 2025
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By Julien Ponthus, Helen Reid and Danilo MasoniLONDON/MILAN (Reuters) - With sluggish growth translating into the most disappointing earnings in years, European stocks are set for a tough ride if a full blown Sino-U.S. trade war erupts following Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping's G20 dinner on Saturday.The ongoing tariff dispute has already made the Chinese economy sneeze and given a cold to some of Europe Inc's most iconic powerhouses due to their heavy exposure to the world's second biggest economy. This drag is set to continue even if Trump and Xi's meeting ends cordially. If relations between the economic superpowers deteriorate further, the impact on many of Europe's top firms could be profound. Upmarket German car makers like BMW <BMWG.DE> or French luxury houses such as Hermes <HRMS.PA> have already been tagged as collateral victims of the Trump administration's trade policy after sharp falls in their share prices this year. With about six percent or roughly 80 … [Read more...] about Chinese sneeze could give Europe Inc. a nasty flu
14 Comments By Laura Kusisto and Laura Kusisto The Wall Street Journal BiographyLaura Kusisto @LauraKusisto [email protected] Harriet Torry Harriet Torry The Wall Street Journal BiographyHarriet Torry @HarrietTorry Updated Aug. 21, 2018 4:03 p.m. ET One of the nation’s largest builders of high-end homes rode strong sales to a 30% jump in quarterly profit, bucking weakness in the broader U.S. housing market and bolstering evidence that the wealthiest Americans are spending big as the economy strengthens. Toll Brothers Inc. TOL 13.79% said the profit surge came as its revenue for the quarter ended July 31 climbed 27% to $1.91 billion. Customers of the Horsham, Pa., company added $165,000 on average toward the customization and design of their houses in the period, Chief Executive Douglas Yearley Jr. said on a call with analysts. High-end retailers also have reported robust results, another sign that many wealthier Americans feel flush. Nordstrom Inc. … [Read more...] about Toll Brothers Profit Jumps as Wealthy Americans Spend
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Day Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by A series of strategic shifts in the boardrooms and back rooms of the world’s biggest luxury groups — LVMH, Kering and Richemont — has been underway in recent months. ByElizabeth Paton and Vanessa Friedman June 30, 2018 On a sunny day low-rise building on the outskirts of Florence, Italy, walking by bright hand-painted murals of birds of paradise, wildflowers and dreamy-eyed women wearing turbans, T-shirts and rhinestone-encrusted sunglasses. The location? The new Gucci ArtLab. The occasion? An investor day for Kering, Gucci’s parent company, with Marco Bizzarri, the chief executive of Gucci, taking on a starring role in front of the assembled crowd. His topic: A master plan to make Gucci the largest luxury brand in the world. “It’s not a question of if,” he said, … [Read more...] about Luxury’s Chess Masters Prepare for a New Game
The Kate Spade brand could survive the death last week of its co-founder because Kate Spade the designer handed over the reins to her company years ago.But Spade’s suicide could compound the difficulties facing her newer label, Frances Valentine.Spade, who died Tuesday morning, co-founded her namesake company 25 years ago, bringing color and whimsy to a handbag market filled with dark leather goods. But she sold a majority stake to Neiman Marcus in 1999 and stepped away altogether in 2007. The brand has traded hands twice since and now belongs to Tapestry, the parent company of Coach, which bought it last year for $2.4 billion.“Kate Spade the brand now transcends Kate Spade the person, which is how you know this is a truly successful brand,” said William McComb, the former chief executive of Liz Claiborne (later renamed Fifth & Pacific), which owned the Kate Spade line from 2006 to 2017. “Kate created something that was simple and stylish, modern and fun … [Read more...] about Kate Spade stepped away from her brand a decade ago, but what happens now?