USA Outerwear Market Research Report 2015
Outerwear Opportunities abound. They can benefit from giving pop-up shops a mobile twist to indulging in collaborations, that the rest of the fashion industry can’t get enough of. Omni-Channel presence and M-Commerce is essential for all industries. Making products in America is seeing a resurgence. And for outerwear labels, sustainability (and highlighting it) is the key to staying competitive.
Double-digit growth for outerwear in the 2013 Fiscal Year was not uncommon. For their FY2014, G-III grew sales by +23% to $1.72 billion (a record year). The North Face, VF’s first $2 billion brand, grew 20% in the Asia Pacific region, and mid-single-digit increase in the Americas and Europe. Columbia Sportwear Company expects the Columbia brand to post double-digit growth in 2014, despite only growing 2% in 2013 due to company shifts.
High-end outerwear brands with fashion ties like Burberry and Moncler experience double-digit growth. Burberry saw revenue increase of 17%, Moncler saw a +18.7% rise.
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