10 reports

Luxury Timepieces in Australia

21 pages • By Euromonitor International

An increasing number of luxury timepieces companies announced the launch of smartwatches over 2015/2016 to offset any sales lost in this area, coinciding with Apple’s release of the Apple Watch in 2015. TAG Heuer launched TAG Heuer Connected in 2015, developed in partnership with Google. Michael Kors announced its launch of a smartwatch, the...

550 627 451
Nov 2016

Super Premium Beauty and Personal Care in Australia

20 pages • By Euromonitor International

Sales in super premium beauty and personal care continued to be driven by new formats, multifunctional benefits, niche brands and natural and/or active ingredients which justified their high price tag in 2016. The category benefited from consumers’ willingness to splurge on high-quality products, with new claims and breakthrough technology....

550 627 451
Nov 2016

Designer Apparel and Footwear (Ready-To-Wear) in Australia

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

Fast-fashion and lower-priced apparel pose a threat to the growth of designer apparel and footwear (ready-to-wear), with consumers becoming more likely to mix-and-match a designer piece with a fast-fashion item, such as a pair of Zara jeans. To combat this, designer apparel brands have considered collaborations and lower-priced lines to expose...

550 627 451
Nov 2016

Luxury Leather Goods in Australia

21 pages • By Euromonitor International

Customisation has become a more prevalent feature in luxury leather goods, as consumers seek individualised and unique products. Custom and bespoke services have increased, as consumers are becoming more demanding and seeking out personalised experiences. In 2016, Gucci launched a DIY service offering to customise its popular Dionysus bag....

550 627 451
Nov 2016

Luxury Eyewear in Australia

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

Celebrities have a strong influence on the purchase of luxury eyewear, with consumers often purchasing brands and similar styles to their favourite celebrities, as well as styles seen on social media sites such as Facebook and Instagram. To capitalise on this, eyewear companies have collaborated with and appointed popular celebrities as ambassadors...

550 627 451
Nov 2016

Luxury Portable Consumer Electronics in Australia

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

Luxury wearables is a category in its infancy, with many luxury companies entering the category or announcing launches in 2015/2016. TAG Heuer became the first Swiss timepieces company to release a smartwatch, TAG Heuer Connected, which runs on the Android Wear platform. In 2015, Apple announced a partnership with luxury company Hermès to...

550 627 451
Nov 2016

Luxury Writing Instruments and Stationery in Australia

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

The growth of electronic devices continued to negatively impact luxury writing instruments and stationery, as work and home environments shifted to electronic communications. Consumers tend to carry their smartphones with them at all times, allowing easy access to e-mails, notes, shopping lists and address books, decreasing the need to carry...

550 627 451
Nov 2016

Luxury Retailing in Australia - Industry Market Research Report

31 pages • By Ibisworld

Deep pockets: Increased tourist numbers have helped boost industry revenue Abstract Luxury Retailing in AustraliaThe industry consists of bricks-and-mortar retailers who primarily sell international luxury fashion items such as clothing, footwear and accessories. The industry excludes...

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Jul 2016

Luxury Electronic Gadgets in Australia

15 pages • By Euromonitor International

Luxury electronic gadgets continued to be impacted by mainstream smartphones in 2015, with consumers appreciating the higher functionality, bigger screen size, better battery life and various other technological advances of the latter. In 2014 Apple released the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and Samsung released its latest Galaxy smartphone ranges...

550 627 451
Dec 2015

Luxury Accessories in Australia

18 pages • By Euromonitor International

Luxury accessories experienced modest current value growth of 4% in 2014, supported by the demand for branded offerings, rising disposable incomes, tourist spending and the increase in affordable luxury brands, opening up the category to a wider audience. Consumers typically make multiple purchases in luxury accessories, following on-trend...

550 627 451
Dec 2015