Top 20 Luxury Ready-to-Wear Brands

Luxury Ready-to-Wear Sector

Luxury ready-to-wear apparel segment is set to reach USD 81 billion in global revenue in 2022, recovering from the pandemic dip. Factors contributing to this growth include a rise in online sales, a boom in social media marketing as well as rising disposable income and growing middle class in developing countries. Note: ranks are modeled using a mix of KPIs including total revenue, segment proportion/revenue, sales data and price ranges

Top 20 Ready-to-Wear Brands

  1. Chanel; Litor Limited; France
  2. Hermés; H51 SAS; France
  3. Gucci; Kering; Italy
  4. Burberry; Burberry Plc; UK
  5. Louis Vuitton; LVMH Moët Hennessy – Louis Vuitton SE; France
  6. Dior; LVMH Moët Hennessy – Louis Vuitton SE; France
  7. Fendi; LVMH Moët Hennessy – Louis Vuitton SE; Italy
  8. Prada; BELLATRIX SPA; Italy
  9. Hugo Boss; partly the Marzotto Group; Germany
  10. Giorgio Armani; Giorgio Armani S.p.A.; Italy
  11. Valentino; Mayhoola for Investments LLC; Italy
  12. Dolce&Gabbana; Dolce & Gabbana Luxembourg S.à R.L.; Italy
  13. Valentino; Capri Holdings Limited; Italy
  14. Saint Laurent (YSL); Kering; France
  15. Bottega Veneta; Kering; Italy
  16. Balenciaga; Kering; Spain
  17. Givenchy; LVMH Moët Hennessy – Louis Vuitton SE; France
  18. Alexander Mcqueen; Kering; UK
  19. Chloé; COMPAGNIE FINANCIERE RICHEMONT SA; France
  20. Balmain; Mayhoola for Investments LLC; France

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