Licensed Fashion Properties Reports and Charts

$247.00

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Fashion designers and labels primarily fall into three groups — apparel (and accessories), footwear, and home/interior design. Within these broad groups fall non-personality-driven labels, such as OP, Burberry, and Carter’s, and designer names, such as Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, and Norma Kamali.

Fashion-rooted licensing programs typically enable the brand to expand into categories where the licensor has little or no expertise in manufacturing, marketing, design, or distribution, or where licensing is more profitable than maintaining an in-house operation.

All data is available in Excel format:

  • Easy-to-use breakdown of global retail sales covering years 2008-2017.
  • Updated breakdown of the fashion market.

The Fashion Report is divided into the following parts:

  • Retail Sales of Licensed Merchandise, Based on Fashion Properties, U.S. & Canada, 2008–2017
  • Retail Sales of Licensed Merchandise, by Product Category, Based on Fashion Properties, U.S. & Canada, 2016–2017
  • Share of Retail Sales of Licensed Merchandise, Based on Fashion Properties, by Product Category, U.S. and Canada, 2017
  • Retail Sales of Licensed Merchandise Based on Fashion Properties, by Distribution Channel, U.S. and Canada, 2017
  • Royalty Rates of Fashion-based Licensed Merchandise, U.S. & Canada, 2003–2017

Site licenses are available for those who wish to share TLL publications with their colleagues. Please contact Jen at jen@plainlanguagemedia.com or 888-729-2315 for details.


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