Reportlinker Adds Global Branded Apparel Industry

Oct 18, 2010, 13:44 ET from Reportlinker

NEW YORK, Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Branded Apparel Industry

http://www.reportlinker.com/p090549/Global-Branded-Apparel-Industry.html

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Branded Apparel in US$ Billion by the following Product Segments: Men's Branded Apparel, Women's Branded Apparel, Children's Branded Apparel, and Sports Branded Apparel. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for each region for the period 2007 through 2015. Also, a seven-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. The report profiles 400 companies including many key and niche players such as Adidas AG, Reebok International Ltd., Arvind Limited, Benetton Group SpA, Ermenegildo Zegna Group, Escada AG, Esprit Europe GmbH, Fruit of the Loom, Inc., Giorgio Armani SpA, Guess?, Inc., HartMarx Corp., Hobo Clothing Company, H&M (Hennes & Mauritz) AB, Inditex, Joe Boxer Company, LLC, Jones Apparel Group, Inc., Levi Strauss & Co., Liz Claiborne, Inc., Naigai Co., Ltd., Nautica Enterprises, Inc., Nike, Inc., Nygard International Ltd., Onward Holdings & Co. Ltd., OshKosh B'Gosh Inc., Oxford Industries Inc., Phillips-Van Heusen Corp., Picadilly Fashions, Raymond Limited, Sanyo Shokai Co., Ltd., The Athletic Sportshow Inc., Tommy Hilfiger U.S.A., Inc., Tribal Sportswear Inc., Triumph Apparel Corporation, Valentino Fashion Group S.p.A., Vanity Fair Corp., and Warnaco Group Inc. Major retailers also discussed in the report include Ann Taylor Stores Corporation, Beall's Department Stores, Inc., Berkshire Hathaway, Charming Shoppes, Inc., Chico's FAS, Inc., Coldwater Creek, Inc., Gap Inc., Gymboree Corp., J. Crew Group Inc., Kellwood Company, Lands' End, Limited Brands Inc., M.R Simak Ltd., Macy's Inc., Sears Holding Corp., Syms Corporation, Stein Mart Inc., Talbots, Inc., Target Corp., The Children's Place Retail Stores, Inc., The TJX Companies, Inc., and World Co. Ltd. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.

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CONTENTS

1. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS 1

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations 1

Disclaimers 2

Data Interpretation & Reporting Level 2

Quantitative Techniques & Analytics 3

Product Definitions and Scope of Study 3

2. MARKET OVERVIEW 4

Men's Apparel: An Overview 4

A Return to Classic Clothing 4

Wearing a Younger Attitude 4

Building Fashion Consciousness Drives the Market 4

The Men's wear Retail Market Rejuvenates 4

Slimmer Trousers 5

Differences between Active wear, Sportswear and Denim Phasing

Out 5

Purchase Patterns 5

Difference in Men's and Boys' Purchase Patterns 5

Women and their Role in Decision Making in the Purchasing Cycle 5

Women's Apparel: An Overview 6

Value-Conscious Consumers 6

Major Players in the Women's Wear Industry 6

The Consumer Rules 6

European Women: Walking High on the Fashion Ramp 6

Children's Apparel: An Overview 7

Baby and Toddler Apparel - Unaffected by Fashion Trends 7

A Highly Fragmented Market 7

Product Differentiation Imperative to Maintain Competitive Edge 7

Children's Wear - Designers Join the Bandwagon 8

Licensed Sports Apparel Market Encouraged by Team Sports 8

Substantial School Uniforms Market Lures New Entrants 8

Style Governing Children's Apparel Purchasing Decisions 8

Growing Brand Awareness Influences Purchase Decisions 8

Brand Extensions Encouraged by Yuppie Parents 8

Distribution - A Vital Aspect 9

Customized Retailing - A New Facet 9

The Internet - Changing the Retail Landscape 9

Sports Apparel: An Overview 9

Sportswear for Sports Becomes a Thing of Past 9

Sportswear - A Dependable Growth Area for Major Players 9

The Technology Effect in Sportswear 10

Key Features Expected from Sportswear Fabrics 10

Intimate Sports Apparel - An Emerging Market 10

Growing Awareness in Consumers about Technical Specifications 10

What's on the Tracks - Sport-Specific Apparel? 10

A Growing Segment of Sportswear - Golf Apparel 10

Team Sports Apparel - Fueling Teamed Growth 11

Sportswear for Aging Baby Boomers - No More Function, Just

Fashion 11

Collection Sportswear - A Worthy Collection? 11

3. MAJOR TRENDS AND ISSUES 12

Impact of Recession: A Review 12

Market Becomes Increasingly Fashion-Oriented 12

The Changing Definition 13

Wearing a Niche Look 13

Upscale Market - Riding the Crest 13

Mid Market Segment - The Perfect Fit 14

Low-End Market - The Common Man's Paradise 14

Baby-Boomers - Torch Bearers of the Future 15

Mature Women - A New Segment Unto Themselves 15

Global Influence on Fashion and Fabrication 15

Better Fabrics Emerge Out 15

Bold Expressions at Work 16

Online Apparel Shopping Gaining Momentum 16

More Apparel Brands Try to Align with Popular Celebrity Endorsers 16

4. PRODUCT OVERVIEW 17

Coats and Raincoats 17

Suits and Ensembles 17

Indoor Jackets 17

Dresses 17

Skirts 17

Shirts 17

Outdoor Jackets (Anoraks Etc.) 18

Trousers Other than Jeans 18

Jerseys, Polo and Sweatshirts, Etc 18

Jeans 18

T-Shirts 18

Active Sportswear 18

Clothing Accessories 19

5. PRODUCT INNOVATIONS/INTRODUCTIONS 20

Champion Athletic Apparel Unveils Champion Supersuit 20

The Dockers® Brand Introduces Novel Khaki Line 20

Tommy Hilfiger Launches Marvel vs. Hilfiger Denim 20

Macy's to Introduce New Fashion Brands 21

Dunning Unveils Micro-Collection Sportswear Line 21

JOLT® Apparel Introduces 7 OZ. STYLES 21

CoastTM to Launch Winyah 22

Wacoal Rolls out Wacoal Sport 22

Zero Restriction Unveils Fall 2009 Apparel Collection 22

Levi's Introduces Curves 22

Moda Woman to Launch Designer Apparels 23

LIJA Rolls Out New Ranges of Golf and Sportswear Apparels 23

Burton Unveils The Quiksilver Range 23

PZI Jeans Introduces Skinny Jeans Range 24

Zegna Sport Rolls Out Spring/Summer 2009 Collection 24

Disney Consumer Products to Unveil Jonas 24

Givenchy Launches Spring/Summer 2009 Collection 25

GearWrench® Rolls Out Branded Apparels Range 25

Greg Norman Collection Introduces Global Spring Summer 2009

Collection 25

Bolzano Launches Charming in Silk Collection 25

Recreational Equipment Unveils Fall 2009 Collection 26

Cleveland® Golf/Srixon® to Launch Cleveland ClassicsTM

Sportswear Collection 27

FEW New Zealand Rolls Out Fall 2009 Collection 27

NinoMaxx Introduces Spring NinoMaxx 2009 Collection 28

Pringle of Scotland Unveils Spring/Summer 2009 Womenswear

Collection 28

Phillips-Van Heusen Licenses Studio Ray to Unveil IZOD Swimwear 28

Vandale Wins Contract to Design, Produce & Market IZOD Branded

Sleepwear and Intimate Apparel 29

Phillips-Van Heusen Launches Vintage Clothing Line IZOD/INDY 29

Charles River Apparel Launches New Active Wear for Fall 29

Jones Apparel Group Introduces Rachel Rachel Roy Diffusion Brand 30

Stella McCartney and GapKids Launches Kids Collection 30

Piperlime Launches Women's Apparel 31

Gap Launches Premium Jeans 31

BabyGap and GapKids to Launch Kids Collection 31

Hanes® Unveils Underwear T-shirts 32

JMS Just My Size® Introduces Plus Size Clothing Collection 32

Bali® Unveils Natural Uplift Bra 32

The Central Marketing Group Rolls Out Blue Bella Jeans Range 32

LazyMan Introduces Branded Apparels and Accessories 32

Zodiac Clothing to Unveil New Apparel Brand 33

Hasbro Clothing Rolls Out Probase 33

Kohl's Launches Jumping Beans 33

Spencer's Retail Introduces Beverly Hills Polo Club® 34

Burger King to Unveil Branded Apparels 34

Fairway Skins Rolls Out Butterfly Collection 34

Jack Spade to Introduce Fall 2009 Collection for Men 35

Second Skin Launches Spring 2009 Collection 35

Bosideng International Holdings Rolls Out Non-Down Apparels 36

LIJA Introduces Spring 2009 Collection 36

OmniaLuo Unveils Beauty Blossoms Apparel Range 37

Phresh Launches 2009 Apparel Collection 37

Pink Tee Rolls Out Golf Apparel Line 37

Fertile Goddess Introduces Yoga and Athletic Wear Line 37

Peter Scott Launches Spring Summer 2009 Collection 38

Nivo Rolls Out Spring 2009 NIVO Golf Collection 38

Wilson® Unveils Tennis Performance Apparel 38

KING Apparel Introduces Spring 2008 Collection 39

Chiripal Group Rolls Out ConneXions 39

FreeGirl Apparel Unveils 2008 Spring-Summer Collection 39

American Eagle Outfitters to Introduce 77kids 39

Nike Rolls Out Enforcer 40

Levi's® Launches the Levi's® Ultimate Lift 544TM 40

Target Unveils Fall 2008 Collection for Men 40

United Colors of Benetton Introduces Spring-Summer 2009

Collection 41

Sisley Launches Spring/Summer 2009 Collection 42

Playlife Unveils Spring/Summer 2009 Collection 43

Benetton Rolls Out Undercolours of Benetton Fall/Winter 2008/

2009 Collection 44

Raymond Launches GAS Spring-Summer 2007 Collection 44

Raymond Introduces ColorPlus Woman 45

Park Avenue Unveils Park Avenue Woman 45

6. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY 46

Perry Ellis Enters into a License Agreement with Fishman & Tobin 46

Virgin Group Selects Kappa as Technical Sponsor for Racing Team 46

PUMA Signs Agreement to Purchase Brandon Company 47

Liz Claiborne to Sign Buying Agency Agreement with Li & Fung 47

The Walt Disney Company and Hanesbrands Set Up a Disney

Design-a-Tee Store 47

O'Neill Signs Agreement with Pure Sport Apparel 48

Femella Fashion to Set Up New Stores 48

Tharanco Group Takes Over Greg Norman Collection 48

Brandhouse Retails and Oviesse Sign Joint Venture Agreement 48

Tarrant Apparel Group Signs Definitive Merger Agreement 48

Hardcastle Restaurants to Enter into Apparels Business 49

Bang Overseas and Aquarelle International Enter into a Joint

Venture 49

S Kumars Nationwide to Enter into a Joint Venture with DKNY 49

Calvin Klein Signs Licensing Agreement with Premium Golf Brands 49

Hampshire Group Enters Into Definitive Merger Agreement with

NAF Acquisition 50

Delta Apparel Takes Over Gekko Brands 50

Edelweiss Takes Over Millet 50

K2 Sports Takes Over Zoot Sports 51

Under Armour® Establishes New Outlet Store 51

Aeropostale Licenses Apparel Group to Introduce Aeropostale brand 51

True Religion Apparel Establishes a New Retail Store 51

True Religion Apparel Sets Up a New Retail Store 52

World Triathlon Corporation and K·Swiss Enter into an Agreement 52

Haggar Clothing Inks Licensing Agreement with Roytex 52

Paris Blues Selects Stone America Licensing as its Licensing

Agent 52

Levi's® Brand Inks a Licensing agreement with Oneworld Apparel 53

SKECHERS USA and Adjmi Apparel Group Sign Licensing Agreement 53

Esprit Holdings Announces Plans to Fully Acquire Esprit China 53

Squaw Valley USA Ski Resort Enters into a Partnership with

Signature Parking 54

TAG Enters into a Factoring Agreement with Coral Capital 54

SKECHERS Announces Plans to Enter Medical Apparel Market by

Beginning of 2010 55

Steve Madden Enters into a Licensing Agreement with l'Koral 55

Dickies Enters into a Licensing Agreement with Bioworld 55

Sanrio Announces Expansion of Hello Kitty-branded Apparel Pact

with Age Group 56

True Religion Apparel Announces Launching of a New Retail

Store in Texas 56

Liz Claiborne and Donna Karan International Enter into a

Licensing Agreement 57

Lilliput and Shenzen New World Development Company of China

Enter into a Joint Venture 57

Heart of Brands to Takeover Gul & Bla 57

NexCen Brands Divests Bill Blass Brand to Peacock

International Holdings 57

JAKKS Pacific to Takeover Disguise 57

TaylorMade-Adidas Golf Acquires Ashworth 58

Benetton Group Establishes a New Single-Brand Store 58

Undercolors Sets Up New Stores 58

Sears Mexico and Benetton Group Sign Agreement 58

adidas to Establish a Megastore in Beijing 58

Benetton Sets Up a New Store 59

Benetton Establishes a New Megastore 59

United Colors of Benetton Opens a New Megastore in Jaipur 59

Sisley Young Sets Up its Flagship Store 59

Levi Strauss Selects OMD as Media Planning and Buying Agency 59

Levi's® Sets Up New Store in Times Square 59

Sean "Diddy" Combs Purchases Fashion Brand Enyce 60

Liz Claiborne Divests Ellen Tracy 60

Liz Claiborne Divests prAna 60

Liz Claiborne Divests C&C California and Laundry By Design 60

Bloomingdale's to Set up Stores in Dubai 60

Macy's to Establish Three New Bloomingdale's Stores 61

Macy's to Set Up Bloomingdale's Store in Phoenix 61

PUMA Takes Over Majority Interest in Dobotex 61

Kellwood Company Divest its Two Business Units 61

(PUMA Extends Partnership with Egyptian Football Association

Egypt) 62

Talbots to Set Up New Stores 62

Adrenalina to Takeover Pacific Sunwear 62

Talbots Establishes Three New Stores 62

TapouT Signs Licensing Agreement with Kids Headquarters 62

Falconhead Capital Takes Over Interest in Not Your Daughter's

Jeans 62

Gap to Takeover Athleta 63

Mercury Brands Takes Over The Factoree 63

Charming Shoppes Divests its Non-Core Apparel Catalogs 63

Wo Kee Hong (Holdings) Ltd to Takeover a Majority Stake in SKC

Group Ltd 63

Onward Holdings Takes Over Jil Sander 63

J Lindeberg USA and People's Liberation Form a Joint Venture 64

Rachel Ashwell Designs Partners Jerry Leigh 64

Russell-Newman Takes Over KN Karen Neuburger 64

Amiee Lynn Accessories Acquires JBT Group/ Design Studio

International 65

Lerros and House of Pearl Fashions Entered into a Joint Venture 65

Top Form International to Takeover ACE Style Intimate Apparel 65

Marchpole Holdings Forms Joint Venture with Donna Karan

International 65

Microban International Signs Agreement with DyStar 65

New Equity Capital Takes Over Ginch Gonch Fashion 66

Monomoy Capital Partners Takes Over Missy Group 66

Blue Holdings and Headgear Sign Term Sheet to form Joint Venture 66

Horny Toad Activewear Takes Over Nau 66

GIC SI Takes Over Interest in Reid and Taylor 66

Raymond to Establish New Franchisee and Stores 67

Raymond to Unveil 'Baby Zap' 67

S. Kumar Nationwide Takes Over Internacionale 67

Barn Holding Purchases Nine Stores 67

S. Kumar Nationwide Takes Over a Controlling Stake in Klopman 67

Jones Apparel Group Enter into a Joint Venture with TSM

Capital, Rachel Roy and Damon Dash 67

Jones Apparel Group Acquires Interest in GRI Group 68

Reflex to Takeover Barnas Hus 68

Casual Male Retail Group Sings Agreement with Dahle Management 68

Reebok and Vulcabras Enter into a Joint Venture 68

Bombay Rayon Fashions to Takeover Guru 69

Lakeland Industries Acquires Qualytextil 69

Spencer Retail Establishes New Hyper Stores 69

Maidenform Brands and Donna Karan International Sign Licensing

Agreement 69

Bannari Amman Group and Brandot International Enter into a

Joint Venture 70

Real American Brands Takes Over Apocalypse Clothing 70

G&K Services Acquires Assets of Best Uniform Rental 70

Vulcabras and Adidas Enter into a Joint Venture 70

Phillips-Van Heusen Signs Licensing Agreement with Arvind Brands 70

Tommy Hilfiger Group and Delta Galil Sign Licensing Agreement 71

G-III Apparel Group Takes Over Andrew Marc 71

Nitches Takes Over Backwoods Equipment 71

Perry Ellis International Takes Over Laundry and C&C

California Brands 71

Sixty Group and Reliance Brands Enter into a Joint Venture 71

Effigi Takes Over Colimacon 72

Youngor Group Takes Over XinMa Apparel International 72

Ashworth Takes Over Sunice and Sun Ice Trademarks 72

Ever-Glory International Group Signs Joint Venture Agreement

with Shanghai La Chapelle Garment and Accessories Company 72

Utex Fashion Group Obtains US License 73

CFC Industriebeteiligungen Purchases a Majority Stake in

Delmod International Bekleidungsindustrie 73

Next Acquires Lipsy 73

NIKE Bauer Hockey Takes Over Mission-Itech Hockey 73

Chartreuse & Mont Blanc Takes Over Skis Rossignol 73

TOC Takes Over Hilo Hattie 73

Advent International Takes Over a Majority Stake in Gerard 74

VF Takes Over Interest in Mo Industries 74

Shane Hunter, LLC Takes Over Shane Hunter, Inc. 74

Dover Saddlery Takes Over Interest in Hobby Horse Clothing 74

GB Merchant Partners and Crystal Capital Take Over Como Fred

David 74

Shimano American Takes Over Pearl Izumi USA 74

Spyder Active Sports Takes Over Cloudveil Mountain Works 74

BCBG Max Azria Group Takes Over Dorotennis 75

Quad-C Management Takes Over Augusta Sportswear 75

FAST RETAILING Merges its Subsidiaries to Form GOV RETAILING 75

Bosideng International to Acquire Stake in Greenwoods Menswear 75

Lafuma Takes Over Eider 76

Panglobal Brands Takes Over Crafty Couture and Scrapbook Brands 76

Fairway Skins Set Up New Stores and Venues in Florida 76

True Religion Apparel Establishes a New Store 76

Camuto Group Signs Licensing Agreement with G-III Apparel Group 77

Kohl's and American Brand Holdings enter into a Licensing

Agreement 77

Bobby Jones to Establish a New Store 77

Koutons Retail India to Introduce its Innerwear Collection 78

Arvind Mills to Diversify its Business 78

SRS Group Sets Up its First Branded Apparel Store 78

Bosideng to Set Up Retail Stores in the UK 78

Sun Capital Securities Group Purchases Kellwood 78

Moschino Signs Agreement with Altana 79

Madura Garments to Expand Brands 79

Sports Direct Acquires Stake in Amer Sports 79

PUMA Establishes its New Croatian Subsidiary 79

PUMA Establishes its New Romanian Subsidiary 80

PUMA Extends Partnership with Italian Football Association 80

PUMA Enters into a Partnership with Moroccan National Team 80

PUMA Enters into a Partnership with Club Brugge 80

Tessuti Garments Enters into Men's Wear Category 80

VF Corp Acquires Seven For All Mankind and Lucy Actiwear 81

Cache Acquires Adrienne Victoria Designs 81

FAO Schwarz Acquires Best & Co 81

Iconix Brand Group Pockets Roc Apparel Group 81

Li & Fung Takes over Regatta 81

Hilco Equity and Genuity Capital Partners Acquire Effigi 82

Bergamo Pockets Exclusif 82

Liz Claiborne Acquires Scapegoat 82

VF Imagewear Acquires Majestic Athletic 82

Hartmarx Takes over Monarchy 82

Liz Claiborne Buys Stock in Narciso Rodriguez 82

TSM Capital Pockets Rachel Roy Fashions 83

NexCen Brands Enters Agreement to Manufacture and Distribute

Branded Apparel 83

Kellwood Pockets Royal Robbins 83

Fruit of the Loom Takes over VF Corp's Intimate Apparel Business 83

M1 Group Pockets Faconnable 83

Private Firms Acquire Halston LLC 83

Hilco Consumer Capital Takes over Apparel Holdings Group 84

Youngor Group to Acquire Smart Apparel and Xin Ma Apparel

International 84

CIC Holding Pockets MCORSET 84

Youngor Enters Agreement to Buy Smart Shirts 84

Li & Fung Pockets Liz Claiborne's Cloth Brands 84

7. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS 85

Manufacturers 85

Adidas AG (Germany) 85

Reebok International Ltd (USA) 85

Arvind Limited (India) 86

Benetton Group SpA (Italy) 86

Ermenegildo Zegna Group (Italy) 86

Escada AG (Germany) 86

Esprit Europe GmbH (Germany) 86

Fruit of the Loom, Inc (USA) 87

Giorgio Armani SpA (Italy) 87

Guess?, Inc (USA) 87

Hobo Clothing Company (Canada) 87

H&M (Hennes & Mauritz) AB (Sweden) 87

Inditex Group (Spain) 88

Joe Boxer Company, LLC (USA) 88

Jones Apparel Group, Inc. (USA) 88

Levi Strauss & Co (USA) 89

Liz Claiborne, Inc (USA) 89

Naigai Co., Ltd (Japan) 90

Nautica Enterprises, Inc (USA) 90

Nike, Inc (USA) 90

Nygard International Ltd. (Canada) 90

Onward Holdings & Co. Ltd. (Japan) 91

OshKosh B'Gosh Inc. (USA) 91

Oxford Industries Inc (USA) 91

Phillips-Van Heusen Corp (USA) 91

Picadilly Fashions (Canada) 92

Raymond Limited (India) 92

Sanyo Shokai Co., Ltd. (Japan) 93

The Athletic Sportshow Inc. (Canada) 93

Tommy Hilfiger U.S.A., Inc. (USA) 93

Tribal Sportswear Inc. (Canada) 94

Triumph Apparel Corporation (USA) 94

Valentino Fashion Group S.p.A. (Italy) 94

Vanity Fair Corp (USA) 94

Warnaco Group Inc. (USA) 95

Retailers 95

Ann Taylor Stores Corporation (USA) 95

Beall's Department Stores, Inc (USA) 95

Berkshire Hathaway (USA) 96

Charming Shoppes, Inc. (USA) 96

Chico's FAS, Inc. (USA) 96

Coldwater Creek, Inc (USA) 96

Gap Inc. (USA) 96

Gymboree Corp (USA) 97

J. Crew Group Inc (USA) 97

Kellwood Company (USA) 97

Lands' End (USA) 97

Limited Brands Inc (USA) 97

M.R Simak Ltd (Hong Kong) 98

Macy's Inc. (USA) 98

Sears Holding Corp. (USA) 98

Syms Corporation (USA) 98

Stein Mart Inc. (USA) 98

Talbots, Inc. (USA) 99

Target Corp (USA) 99

The Children's Place Retail Stores, Inc (USA) 99

The TJX Companies, Inc. (USA) 99

World Co. Ltd. (Japan) 99

8. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE 100

Table 1: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Branded Apparel by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan,

Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America, and

Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales

for the Years 2007 through 2015 in US$ Billion (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) 100

Table 2: World Historic Review for Branded Apparel by

Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia- Pacific

(excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of World Markets

Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales for the Years 2000

through 2006 in US$ Billion (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 101

Table 3: World 11-Year Perspective for Branded Apparel by

Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for

US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan),

Latin America, and Rest of World Markets for the Years 2005,

2010, & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 102

Table 4: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Men's Branded Apparel by Geographic Region - US, Canada,

Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America,

and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed by Annual

Sales for the Years 2007 through 2015 in US$ Billion (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) 103

Table 5: World Historic Review for Men's Branded Apparel by

Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific

(excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of World Markets

Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales for the Years 2000

through 2006 in US$ Billion (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 104

Table 6: World 11-Year Perspective for Men's Branded Apparel

by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for

US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan),

Latin America, and Rest of World Markets for the Years 2005,

2010, & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 105

Table 7: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Women's Branded Apparel by Geographic Region - US, Canada,

Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America,

and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed by Annual

Sales for the Years 2007 through 2015 in US$ Billion (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) 106

Table 8: World Historic Review for Women's Branded Apparel by

Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific

(excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of World Markets

Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales for the Years 2000

through 2006 in US$ Billion (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 107

Table 9: World 11-Year Perspective for Women's Branded Apparel

by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for

US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan),

Latin America, and Rest of World Markets for the Year

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 108

Table 10: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Children's Branded Apparel by Geographic Region - US, Canada,

Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America,

and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed by Annual

Sales for the Years 2007 through 2015 in US$ Billion (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) 109

Table 11: World Historic Review for Children's Branded Apparel

by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific

(excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of World Markets

Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales for the Years 2000

through 2006 in US$ Billion (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 110

Table 12: World 11-Year Perspective for Children's Branded

Apparel by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Value

Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding

Japan), Latin America, and Rest of World Markets for the Years

2005, 2010, & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 111

Table 13: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Sports Branded Apparel by Geographic Region - US, Canada,

Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America,

and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed by Annual

Sales for the Years 2007 through 2015 in US$ Billion (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) 112

Table 14: World Historic Review for Sports Branded Apparel by

Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific

(excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of World Markets

Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales for the Years 2000

through 2006 in US$ Billion (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 113

Table 15: World 11-Year Perspective for Sports Branded Apparel

by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for

US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan),

Latin America, and Rest of World Markets for the Years 2005,

2010, & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 114

9. THE UNITED STATES 115

A.Market Analysis 115

Current and Future Analysis 115

US Branded Apparel Industry - An Overview 115

Apparel Slips in Purchasing Priority - A Recession Impact 115

Clothing Companies Increase Spending on Advertisements To

Rally Men Back into Purchasing Apparel 116

Competition from Retailers' Own Brands 116

Impact Sales 116

Market Trends 116

Formal Wear on a Comeback Trail 116

Uniforms Divert the Economics of Children's Wear 117

Casual Wear Styles 117

Counterfeiting Strikes Young Men's Market 117

Attitude is Everything for the American Woman 118

Factors Influencing Purchase Decisions 118

Children Influence Parents' Purchase Decisions 118

Brand Names Dominate The Market 118

Innovation and Novelty: The Key to Success 118

Trends in Children's Wear 119

Imported Children's Wear Gaining Popularity in the US 119

Apparel for Obese Kids: Another Niche for Companies 119

Jeans and Sneakers Most Preferred Apparel by Teenagers 119

Competitive Scenario 119

Table 16: Men's Performance Apparel Market in the US

(2006): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Brand - Nike,

Under Armour, Duofold and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 119

Table 17: Women's Performance Apparel Market in the US

(2006): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Brand - Under

Armour, Nike, Adidas and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 120

Table 18: Sports Apparel Market in the US (2005 & 2006):

Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Brand - Nike, Adidas, Puma

and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 120

Table 19: Branded Apparel Market in the US (2006):

Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Distribution Channel -

Specialty Stores, Mass Merchants, Department Stores,

National Chains, Off-Price Retailers, Direct Mail, Factory

Outlets and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 121

Table 20: Leading Women Apparel Chain Stores in the United

States: Breakdown of Dollar Sales for the Year 2006 (In US$

Million) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 121

Table 21: Leading Youth Apparel Chain Stores in the United

States: Breakdown of Dollar Sales for the Year 2006 (In US$

Million) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 122

Table 22: Leading Family Apparel Chain Stores in the United

States: Breakdown of Dollar Sales for the Year 2006 (In US$

Million) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 122

Table 23: Leading Sports Apparel Categories in the US

(2006): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Category -

T-Shirts, Fleece Tops, Knit Shirts, Jackets and Caps/Hats

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 122

Table 24: Leading Men's Apparel Categories in the US

(2006): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Category - Knit

Sport Shirts, Jeans, Men's Furnishings, Woven Sport Shirts,

Tailored Clothing, Casual Slacks, Dress Shirts, Dress

Slacks, Sweaters and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 123

Table 25: Leading Women's Activewear Categories in the US

(2006): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Category - Sweats,

Swimwear, Active Sportswear, Sport Bras, Exercisewear and

Outerwear (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 123

Table 26: Leading Women's Sportswear Categories in the US

(2006): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Category - Knit

Tops, Woven Shirts, Sweaters, Casual Pants, Skirts, Jeans,

Shorts and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 124

Table 27: Leading Women's Activewear Fabrics in the US

(2006): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Fabric - Cotton,

Polyester, Nylon and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 124

Table 28: Leading Women's Outerwear Fabrics in the US

(2006): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Fabric -

Polyester, Wool, Nylon, Cotton, Leather and Others

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 124

Table 29: Leading Intimate Apparel Distribution Channels in

the US (2006): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Channel -

Specialty Stores, Mass Merchants, Department Stores,

National Chains and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 125

Table 30: Leading Men's Underwear Distribution Channels in

the US (2006): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Channel -

Mass Merchants, National Chains, Department Stores,

Specialty Stores and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 125

Table 31: Leading Men's Activewear Distribution Channels in

the US (2006): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Channel -

Specialty Stores, Mass Merchants, Sports Specialty,

Department Stores, National Chains, Off-price Retailers,

Direct Mail, Factory Outlets and Others (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) 125

Table 32: Leading Boy's Apparel Categories in the US

(2006): Percentage Breakdown of Sales at Mass Merchandisers

by Product Category - Tops, Bottoms, Furnishings,

Activewear, Outerwear, Suits & Sportscoats and Others

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 126

Table 33: Leading Men's Apparel Categories in the US for

2006: Percentage Breakdown of Sales at Mass Merchandisers

by Product Category - Tops, Bottoms, Furnishings,

Activewear, Suits & Sportscoats, Outerwear and Others

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 126

Table 34: Leading Girl's Apparel Categories in the US

(2006): Percentage Breakdown of Sales at Mass Merchandisers

by Product Category - Tops, Bottoms, Intimate Apparel,

Dresses & Skirts, Activewear, Outerwear and Others

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 126

Table 35: Leading Women's Apparel Categories in the US for

2006: Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Product Category -

Tops, Dresses & Skirts, Bottoms, Intimate Apparel,

Activewear, Outerwear and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 127

Table 36: Leading Swimwear Segments in the US (2006):

Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Segment - Women's, Men's,

Girl's, Boy's and Infant (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 127

Table 37: Leading Activewear Segments in the US (2006):

Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Product Segment - Tees,

Polo/Golf/Rugby, Swimwear, Tanks/Sleeveless, Sweatshirts,

Shorts, Outerwear, Pants/Slacks, Socks, Sweatpants and

Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 127

Table 38: Leading Sports Apparel Categories in the US

(2006): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Sports Category -

Camping, Golf, Swimming, Hunting, Fishing, Bicycling,

Aerobics, Running/Jogging, Bowling and Others (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) 128

Competitive Scenario - Historic Perspective 128

Table 39: Historic Review For Men's Branded Apparel Market

in the US (2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Leading

Brand - Hanes, Levi's, Wrangler, Fruit of the Loom,

Polo/Ralph Lauren and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 128

Table 40: Historic Review For Women's Apparel Market in the

US (2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Leading Brand -

Hanes, Levi's, Liz Claiborne, L'eggs, Calvin Klein and

Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 128

Table 41: Historic Review For Student Clothing Market in

the US (2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Brand -

Abercrombie & Fitch, PacSun, American Eagle, Old Navy,

Hollister, Gap, and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 129

Table 42: Historic Review For Children's Apparel Market in

the US (2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Brand -

Oshkosh B'gosh, Levi's, Hanes, Nike, Tommy Hilfiger and

Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 129

Table 43: Historic Review For Intimate Apparel Market in

the US (2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Brand -

Hanes, Victoria's Secret, Playtex, Vanity Fair, L'eggs and

Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 129

Table 44: Historic Review For Cotton T-Shirt Makers in the

US (2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Company -

Gildan, Fruit of the Loom and Others (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) 130

Table 45: Historic Review For Performance Swimwear Makers

in the US (2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Company -

Speedo, Tyr, Nike, Adidas and Others (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) 130

Table 46: Historic Review For Men's Khaki Pant Makers in

the US (2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Company -

Levi's, Unionbay, Plugg, Mossimo and Others (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) 130

Table 47: Historic Review For Men's/Boy's Underwear Makers

in the US (2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales at Mass

Merchandisers by Company - Sara Lee, Fruit of the Loom and

Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 131

Table 48: Historic Review For Men's Jeans Market in the US

(2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Brand -Levi's,

Wrangler, Rustler and Other (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 131

Table 49: Historic Review For Women's/Girl's Underwear

Makers in the US (2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales at

Mass Merchandisers by Company - Sara Lee, Fruit of the Loom

and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 131

B.Market Analytics 132

Table 50: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Branded Apparel by Product Segment - Men's Branded Apparel,

Women's Branded Apparel, Children's Branded Apparel and

Sports Branded Apparel Independently Analyzed by Annual

Sales for the Years 2007 through 2015 in US$ Billion

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 132

Table 51: US Historic Review for Branded Apparel by Product

Segment - Men's Branded Apparel, Women's Branded Apparel,

Children's Branded Apparel and Sports Branded Apparel

Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales for the Years 2000

through 2006 in US$ Billion (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 133

Table 52: US 11-Year Perspective for Branded Apparel by

Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for

Men's Branded Apparel, Women's Branded Apparel, Children's

Branded Apparel and Sports Branded Apparel for the Years

2005, 2010, & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 134

10. CANADA 135

A.Market Analysis 135

Current and Future Analysis 135

Table 53: Leading Apparel Distribution Channels in Canada

(2006): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Channel -

Specialty Chains, Department Stores, Discount Stores,

Independent Stores and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 135

Competitive Scenario in the Recent Past 135

Table 54: Historic Review For Underwear Market in Canada

(2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Brand -

Stanfields, Fruit of the Loom, Hanes, Jockey, Calvin Klein

and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 135

Table 55: Historic Review For Young Men's Apparel Market in

Canada (2004): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Retailer -

Sears, Zellers, Wal-Mart, The Bay, Sport Chek, Moores and

Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 136

Table 56: Historic Review For Young Women's Apparel Market

in Canada (2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Retailer

- Sears, Wal-Mart, Bootlegger, Suzy Shier, Bluenotes,

Reitman's and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 136

Table 57: Historic Review For Sports Coat Market in Canada

(2004): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Retailer - Moores,

Sears, Harry Rosen and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 136

Table 58: Historic Review For Lingerie Market in Canada

(2004): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Retailer - Sears,

Zellers ,The Bay, La Senza, Wal-Mart, Pennington's and

Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 137

B.Market Analytics 137

Table 59: Canadian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis

for Branded Apparel by Product Segment - Men's Branded

Apparel, Women's Branded Apparel, Children's Branded Apparel

and Sports Branded Apparel Independently Analyzed by Annual

Sales for the Years 2007 through 2015 in US$ Billion

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 137

Table 60: Canadian Historic Review for Branded Apparel by

Product Segment - Men's Branded Apparel, Women's Branded

Apparel, Children's Branded Apparel and Sports Branded

Apparel Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales for the Years

2000 through 2006 in US$ Billion (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 138

Table 61: Canadian 11-Year Perspective for Branded Apparel

by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for

Men's Branded Apparel, Women's Branded Apparel, Children's

Branded Apparel and Sports Branded Apparel for the Years

2005, 2010, & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 139

11. JAPAN 140

A.Market Analysis 140

Current and Future Analysis 140

Japanese Apparel Market - An Overview 140

Japanese Apparel Manufacturers Head for China 140

Competitive Scenario in the Recent Past 140

Table 62: Historic Review For Leading Women's Clothing

Makers in Japan (2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by

Company - World Co Ltd, Itokin Group, Onward Kashiyama,

Sanyo Shokai and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 140

Table 63: Historic Review For Leading Ladies' Undergarments

Makers in Japan (2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by

Company - Wacoal, Triumph International (Japan), Charle Co,

Gunze Ltd, Maruko, Lecien, DignityDuchess and Others

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 141

Table 64: Historic Review For Leading Men's Clothing

Companies in Japan (2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by

Company - Onward ashiyama, D'urban, Sanyo Shokai, World

Co., Tomiya Apparel, Levi Strauss Japan, Kosugi Sangyoand

Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 141

Table 65: Historic Review For Leading Shirt Makers in Japan

(2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Company -Tomiya

Apparel, CHOYA, Yamaki, Flex Japan, Yamato International

and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 141

Table 66: Historic Review For Leading Jeans Manufacturers

in Japan (2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Company -

Edwin Jeans, Levi Strauss Japan, Takaya Shoji, Big John,

Bobson, Eiko Shoji, and Others(includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 142

Table 67: Historic Review For Leading Sportswear Companies

in Japan (2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Company -

Mizuno, Asics, Nike, Goldwin and Others (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) 142

Table 68: Historic Review For Leading Work Uniform Makers

in Japan (2003): Percentage Breakdown of Sales by Company -

Jichodo, Matsuoka Apparel Group, Midori Anzen, Aitoz and

Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 142

B.Market Analytics 143

Table 69: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis

for Branded Apparel by Product Segment - Men's Branded

Apparel, Women's Branded Apparel, Children's Branded Apparel

and Sports Branded Apparel Independently Analyzed by Annual

Sales for the Years 2007 through 2015 in US$ Billion

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 143

Table 70: Japanese Historic Review for Branded Apparel by

Product Segment - Men's Branded Apparel, Women's Branded

Apparel, Children's Branded Apparel and Sports Branded

Apparel Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales for the Years

2000 through 2006 in US$ Billion (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 144

Table 71: Japanese 11-Year Perspective for Branded Apparel

by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for

Men's Branded Apparel, Women's Branded Apparel, Children's

Branded Apparel and Sports Branded Apparel for the Years

2005, 2010, & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 145

12. EUROPE 146

A.Market Analysis 146

Current and Future Analysis 146

B.Market Analytics 146

Table 72: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis

for Branded Apparel by Geographic Region - France, Germany,

Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe Markets

Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales for the Years 2001

through 2010 in US$ Billion (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 146

Table 73: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis

for Branded Apparel by Product Segment - Men's Branded

Apparel, Women's Branded Apparel, Children's Branded Apparel

and Sports Branded Apparel Independently Analyzed by Annual

Sales for the Years 2007 through 2015 in US$ Billion

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 147

Table 74: European Historic Review For Branded Apparel By

Geographic Region - France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain,

Russia And Rest Of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed by

Annual Sales For The Years 2000 through 2006 In US$ Billion

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 148

Table 75: European Historic Review for Branded Apparel by

Product Segment - Men's Branded Apparel, Women's Branded

Apparel, Children's Branded Apparel and Sports Branded

Apparel Independently Analyzed by Annual Sales for the Years

2000 through 2006 in US$ Billion (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) 149

Table 76: European 11-Year Perspective for Branded Apparel

by Geographic Region-Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for

France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, Spain, Russia and

Rest of Europe Markets for the Years 2005, 2010, & 2015

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 150

Table 77: European 11-Year Perspective for Branded Apparel

by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for

Men's Branded Apparel, Women's Branded Apparel, Children's

Branded Apparel and Sports Branded Apparel for the Years

2005, 2010, & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 151

12a. FRANCE 152

A.Market Analysis 152

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