12 reports

Luxury Leather Goods in Mexico

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

Brands, such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Bottega Veneta, Gherardini and Yves Saint Laurent, all increased their presence in the country towards the end of the review period, with the aim of providing a wider range of luxury options to their consumers. Much of their growth was also supported by the increase in the number of department stores,...

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Apr 2017

Luxury Writing Instruments and Stationery in Mexico

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

This category has not only suffered from the recession but also from being less fashionable than other luxury goods. Moreover, given the rise in technology, such as computers and mobile phones, there is less demand for stationery, with consumers preferring to text or e-mail than write letters. However, luxury writing instruments continue to...

550 627 451
Apr 2017

Super Premium Beauty and Personal Care in Mexico

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Although Mexico’s economy witnessed the slowest growth among all of the largest economies in Latin America, consumers continued to treat themselves to affordable luxuries, such as super premium beauty and personal care. In response to the lack of growth in the economy in previous years, industry players expanded their product portfolios in...

550 627 451
Apr 2017

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

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

The tremendous growth of department stores and luxury brands in affluent cities as well as the launch of shopping malls in second-tier cities in the country widened the distribution of international brands, such as Bally, Lanvin and Givenchy in designer apparel and footwear (ready-to-wear). These are in addition to the more established luxury...

550 627 451
Apr 2017

Luxury Jewellery in Mexico

21 pages • By Euromonitor International

By 2016, consumers had become accustomed to the new regulations put in place during 2015 on money laundering in which purchases of luxury jewellery and timepieces with a retail value of MXN52,000 or over meant the consumer had to provide the retailer with their personal information. As such, the category was able to grow at a healthy rate. Euromonitor...

550 627 451
Apr 2017

Luxury Timepieces in Mexico

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

The growing use of electronic devices, such as smartphones and tablets, which display the time, is changing the reasons why consumers wear watches in Mexico. Consumers are therefore increasingly purchasing watches, especially luxury watches, as fashion accessories or as a status symbol, rather than for the purpose of telling the time. Moreover,...

550 627 451
Apr 2017

Luxury Portable Consumer Electronics in Mexico

18 pages • By Euromonitor International

During 2015 TAG Heuer disappeared from the category in Mexico due to internal strategy and highly niche consumption of the brand in the country, leaving only some inventory which was finally sold in 2016. As such, the only major brands left in the category are Blackberry Porsche Design and Tory Burch Fitbit Flex. Euromonitor International’s...

550 627 451
Apr 2017

Luxury Eyewear in Mexico

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

Luxury sunglasses in Mexico accounted for a 60% share of the category’s value sales in 2016. There are a large number of optical goods stores, through which these products principally retail, after which mixed retailers take the remaining share. Luxury brands and department stores are expanding rapidly in the country, with sales increasing...

550 627 451
Apr 2017

Luxury Electronic Gadgets in Mexico

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

During 2015 TAG Heuer disappeared from luxury electronic gadgets in Mexico due to an internal strategy and a very niche consumption of the product in Mexico leaving only some inventory which is expected to disappear in 2016. This situation leaves just Blackberry Porsche Design, from Research in Motion Ltd. Euromonitor International's...

550 627 451
Jan 2016

Luxury Accessories in Mexico

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

During 2015 leading luxury brand Michael Kors developed strong marketing promotions to support most of its portfolio. Special attention was paid to women’s luxury sun glasses, with these promotions visible virtually everywhere from bus stops to printed magazines. This situation helped women’s luxury sun glasses greatly; however, it also helped...

550 627 451
Jan 2016

Insight Report: The Rise of Luxury Goods in Emerging Cities 2019

64 pages • By GlobalData

Synopsis This report adopts a city-focused approach and looks at the market growth potential of 10 emerging cities for luxury brand expansion, as driven by the strong growth of HNWIs and UHNWIs living in cities, urbanization, the emerging middle class, and promising economic outlook. It provides an in-depth market analysis...

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Sep 2015

Luxury Goods Retailing in the Americas, 2014-2019; Market and Category Expenditure and Forecasts, Trends, and Competitive Landscape

85 pages • By GlobalData

Summary Luxury goods retail sales in the Americas generated sales of US$109.7 billion in 2014. The market recovered gradually, posting a CAGR of 5.5% during 2009-2014, after facing difficulties during the recession. Economic recovery, the growing number of UHNWI, increasing consumer confidence, and rising aspirational consumers are...

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Aug 2015