17 reports

Global Luxury Goods Overview

55 pages • By Euromonitor International

Luxury goods has entered a new phase, where conspicuous consumption is giving way to more meaningful luxury experiences. As consumers reassess their priorities, asking themselves what they truly value, a host of major trends have emerged: from the preference given to luxury experiences over “things”, to sustainable luxury. This report features...

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Mar 2017

Luxury Portable Consumer Electronics in the US

20 pages • By Euromonitor International

Luxury portable consumer electronics saw current value growth of 1% in 2016. This category remains negligible relative to the overall size of the luxury goods in the US. By category, current value sales of luxury mobile phones declined by 3% to USD11 million in 2016. Consumers do not look for luxury brands of mobile phones but inexpensive...

550 627 451
Nov 2016

Luxury Leather Goods in the US

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

Luxury leather goods registered current retail value growth of 2%, to reach USD15.6 billion in 2016. Volume sales saw a marginal decline in 2016. This is partly due to the lower sales to foreign tourists due to the strong US dollar. Instead, the average unit price of luxury leather goods increased because of changes in prices of materials...

550 627 451
Nov 2016

Designer Apparel and Footwear (Ready-To-Wear) in the US

30 pages • By Euromonitor International

The improved job market and rising pay has supported the local consumption. However, domestic consumers seem to have cut back on discretionary spending on clothing and other goods. Also, the presidential election was further causing consumer uncertainty and spending during 2016. Similarly, due to the strong US dollar, prices in the US have...

550 627 451
Nov 2016

Luxury Eyewear in the US

20 pages • By Euromonitor International

Luxury eyewear registered volume growth of 4% and current value growth of 6^ in 2016, as the general increase in consumer demand supports luxury eyewear sales growth. Luxury eyewear sales are largely driven by spectacle frames, as they accounted for 60% of total luxury eyewear sales in 2016. The demand for prescription eyewear stays strong,...

550 627 451
Nov 2016

Super Premium Beauty and Personal Care in the US

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

Luxury beauty brands continue to expand their social media presence, broadening their consumer base and driving strong overall growth. Whilst luxury fashion house Dior has had an official Instagram account since 2014, in March 2016 the brand initiated a distinct page for Dior Beauty, acknowledging the particularly persuasive role that social...

550 627 451
Nov 2016

Luxury Writing Instruments and Stationery in the US

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

Luxury writing instruments and stationery continued downshifting, as volume sales declined by 3% and current value sales were down by 2% in 2016. Demand for writing instruments and stationery continued to decline with the shift towards new technology, as many of the traditional physical writing tasks were replaced by electronic functions through...

550 627 451
Nov 2016

Luxury Jewellery in the US

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

Luxury jewellery registered current retail value decline of 2% down to USD11.2 billion in 2016. The decline was attributed to the lower Chinese and other foreign tourist spending as a result of a strong US dollar and China’s economic slowdown. The market also struggled with the lower sales to domestic luxury consumers in 2016 despite the continued...

550 627 451
Nov 2016

Luxury Timepieces in the US

21 pages • By Euromonitor International

Volume sales of luxury timepieces declined strongly by 8% and current value sales declined by 7% in 2016. The decline was attributed to the lower sales from foreign shoppers hampered by the appreciation of the US dollar and China’s economic slowdown. Foreign tourists are key consumers of luxury timepieces in the US, as they can avail themselves...

550 627 451
Nov 2016

Luxury Goods Retailing in the Americas 2015-2020; Market dynamics, trends and competitive landscape

120 pages • By GlobalData

Summary The luxury goods market in the Americas is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 3.8% during 2015 to 2020. The US is the largest luxury goods retail market in the Americas, accounting for a 91.8% share with a sales of US$102.1 billion in 2015. Though the US is a mature market, it is expected to observe the highest increase in value...

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Sep 2016

Luxury Accessories in the US

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Luxury accessories continued to perform positively in 2015, with current retail value growth of 3% to reach US$2.5 billion. Luxury sun glasses and costume jewellery together accounted for 98% of retail value sales in 2015. These products are key fashion items and luxury consumers continued to buy new products not only to replace old ones but...

550 627 451
Feb 2016

Luxury Electronic Gadgets in the US

16 pages • By Euromonitor International

Although the US is the world’s largest luxury goods market and many categories experienced growth in 2015, this did not translate into sales of luxury electronic gadgets. Retail value sales in luxury electronic gadgets grew by only 1% in current terms in 2015, to US$12 million. This category is negligible in terms of the overall size of luxury...

550 627 451
Feb 2016

Personal Luxury Goods Market in the US 2015-2019

75 pages • By Infiniti Research Limited

About personal luxury goods Personal luxury goods include luxury items used for personal use. Luxury could be defined by different individuals differently based on perceptions about products which could give them comfort and pleasure. On a larger scale, luxury is sometimes defined as products that have quality and have a high value attached...

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Oct 2015

The 2016-2021 Outlook for Luxury Goods in the United States

764 pages • By ICON Group

This econometric study covers the latent demand outlook for luxury goods across the states and cities of the United States. Latent demand (in millions of U.S. dollars), or potential industry earnings (P.I.E.) estimates are given across some 12,700 cities in the United States. For each city in question, the percent share the city is of it’s...

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Aug 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

Trends in Personalization in Retail; Case Studies

18 pages • By GlobalData

Summary “Trends in Personalization in Retail” report, published by Conlumino, gives a snapshot of some of the current examples of personalization in retail and the issues that arise. Key Findings - Retailers are utilizing a host of platforms, including mobile and social media to engage customers and offer them a...

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May 2015

Insight Report: Banking the Mass Affluent

39 pages • By Timetric

Synopsis Timetric’s 'Insight Report: Banking the Mass Affluent' analyzes the potential of mass affluent consumers in retail banking industry. Following the financial crisis, banks have been pressurized to re-evaluate their strategies and seek alternative sources of profit as economic conditions declined and competition increased....

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Apr 2015