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EUROPEAN APPAREL MARKET - SUMMARY Importadores y Distribuidores Lex van Boeckel – Searce March 2013. THE EU APPAREL MARKET. CONTENTS. Market size Market differences Fast fashion Apparel sub- sectors Knitted and woven clothing Price levels Trends and Future Opportunities.

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EUROPEAN APPAREL MARKET - SUMMARY

Importadores y Distribuidores

Lex van Boeckel – Searce

March 2013

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THE EU APPAREL MARKET

CONTENTS

  • Marketsize
  • Marketdifferences
  • Fastfashion
  • Apparel sub-sectors
  • Knitted and wovenclothing
  • Price levels
  • Trends and Future
  • Opportunities
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Theeuapparel MARKET size

Apparel

  • EU apparel market € 311 billion in

2010.

  • Europe (27 countries) is the largest

apparel marketin the world.

  • 30% of the global market.
  • Europe (EU 27) is followed by:
  • North America (USA + Canada) - 29%,
  • Asia Pacific (including Japan) - 27%,
  • Latin America - 6%
  • Other regions - 7%.
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THE EU market DIFFERENCES

Apparel

  • More differences than the USA.
  • EU market is hightly fragmented and competitive.
  • Diversity in outfits in the North, West, South and in the East being related to climate and culture.
  • Germany is the largest market.
  • Italy, France, UK leaders in fashion trends.
  • Consumer spending on clothing:
  • German consumers spent around

4.4% of their total expenditure.

  • Danish consumers spent 5.6%
  • Polish consumers spent 2.2%.
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euapparel MARKET DIFFERENCES

People in the West and the North

People in the West and North are relatively more detached.

  • Women are more emancipated by wearing what they want.

(mood or situation)

  • People in the North are more relaxed. The climate can be

extremely cold (-15 – 25) with many wet seasons (snow & rain)

 often they wear comfortable, practical (waterproof) clothing.

Dress codes at work are more casual. Formal - classics with a twist.

  • Women dress up for special occasions or when going out.
  • Consumers here are well aware of sustainability issues (transparency).
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euapparel MARKET differEnces

People in the South

People in the South are more extravagant,

leading a more ‘Bourgondian life’

    • There is more a ‘flirt culture’

women are dressed more feminine

men are dressed in style.

  • In Italy, France and Spain designs are

very diverse.

  • There is more personalisation by designs,

brands and lively colours.

  • Less ‘mainstream fashion followers’.

Brands here have a long tradition and a good reputation.

  • But large difference between people in cities and on countryside.
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euapparel MARKET differences

People in the East

People in the East are rather practical in their choice of clothing.

  • Younger people are attracted to western style clothing.
  • New countries increasingly exposed to western clothing

chains,hypermarkets, factory outlets and second-hand

outlets (e.g. Zara).

  • Big mainstream brands are very important = high quality.

Wages are still much lower

  • Formal clothing styles are quite pronounced

sometimes regarded as ‘kitsch’

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Fastfashion in THE eu

Apparel

Mainly for teens, tweenies (pre-teens 8 – 12 years), young people:

  • ‘Standardized outfits’
  • Fashionable
  • Low in price
  • Heavily promoted
  • Product development is vital
    • up to 6 collections per year – or more
    • Many teens want to look like adults and stars.

Fast fashion retailers: Inditex, Vivarte, Mango, H&M,

Bestseller, Esprit, Next, Arcadia, Benetton, C&A, etc...

 28,000 (fast) fashion chain outlets in Europe

        • incl. clothing discounters e.g. Primark, Takko, Kiabi, Gémo...
    • Independent fashion stores offering medium-high range,

non-mainstream fashion – many have a difficult time now.

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Eu apparelmarket sub-sectors

  • KNITTED AND WOVEN CLOTHING

Largest sub-sector covering trousers & shorts, shirts & blouses,

T-shirts, jerseys & cardigans, dresses & skirts, suits & ensembles,

jackets, blazers & coats.

  • LEATHER CLOTHING

Jackets, coats, belts, gloves, trousers, leggings, shorts, skirts,

dresses and vests.

  • BODYWEAR

Underwear, intimates incl. lingerie & shapewear, bras,

night & indoor wear and hosiery.

  • BABYWEAR

Baby jackets, coats, romper suits, vests, pants, napkins, gloves,

mitts and mittens.

  • SPORTS CLOTHING

Anoraks, tracksuits, swimwear, beachwear, special sportswear

(fitness, racket sports, teamsports, snowsports, golf), outdoor sports.

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Eu apparelmarket sub-sectors

Development 2006 - 2010

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Eu apparel MARKET sub-sectors

Knitted and wovenclothing

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Sub-sector - knitted and woven

EU Apparel – Product and Mainsuppliers

  • PRODUCTION
  • Around € 74 billion of knitted & woven clothing was made in Europe (Italy, France, Germany, Spain,

Portugal, UK, Denmark, Poland, Romania and Bulgaria).

  • Most was exported to the EU countries and to the BRICS-countries.
  • Due to more outsourcing (Asia), the number of medium-large sized textile

companies has decreased in the past two decades to 47,000 (2010).

  • Main importing manufacturers/brands were: Adidas, Valentino Fashion

(Hugo Boss), Benetton, Triumph, PPR/Gucci (Puma, Gucci), Bestseller

Group (Vero Moda, Jack & Jones, Only), Only the Brave (Diesel),

Pentland (Speedo, Elesse), LVMH (Louis Vuitton, Fendi, DKNY)...

MAIN SUPPLIERS (2010) EU imports € 95 billion (55% from DCs)

  • China (import share was 25%), Turkey (8%), Bangladesh (6%), India (4%), Morocco (2%), Tunisia (2%), Vietnam, Indonesia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Cambodia and Egypt...
  • Fast growing: Albania, Moldova, Mexico, Philippines, Laos, Honduras, Colombia, Nepal, Mongolia and Armenia.
  • Other EU countries, USA, Canada and Asian countries such as South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore are excluded here.
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EU Apparel MARKET

Price levels

There are in Western and Northern EU countries five different price-quality levels

  • The low-middle segments taking up high share of the EU apparel market.
  • Lower segments are more represented in Eastern EU countries.
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EU apparelmarket

MainTrends

  • Fast fashion is still rising - clothing retailers and hypermarkets

still expanding. Especially in the new EU member states.

  • Pressurized margins for all actors in the value chain.

- Fickle consumer demand

- Growing competition retailers

- Oversupply of cheap imports

- Increased cotton prices

- Rising wages China.

  • H&M and Zara are still doing well - compensation by new business

in Asia – and by diversification in e.g. home furnishings.

  • However - Fast fashion is slowing down:
    • Changing consumer behaviour & confidence
    • Growing fatigue to keep up with trends.
  • Move away from mainstream fashion.
  • Boho style and Vintage still popular.
  • Trading up to better quality clothing that is comfortable and lasts longer.
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euapparel MARKET

TheFuture

Aging population (in 2020 – 50% will be OVER 50 years)  new variations .

  • Consumers are:
  • more individualising
  • more professionalising
  • more influenced by media
  • more participatory – they want to interact more

with producers, retailers and ‘tailor-made’.

  • more keen on prices – value for money.
  • Private label quality has improved – Germany.
  • claiming more for social and ecological responsibility.
  • Ethical fashion market was € 10 billion in the USA and around

€ 1 billion in the EU (UK, Germany, Scandinavia, Switzerland,

Netherlands, France and Italy).

The Eastern EU markets are still expected to show growth

due to a growing middle class and expansion of chains.

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EU Apparelmarket

Opportunities

  • Around 100 countries supplied the EU with clothing and textiles in 2010.
  • Countries in Latin America produced less than 5% of the EU’s apparel supplies

Big challenge!

  • Smart combinations of Fashion – Comfort and Convenient/Functionality.
  • Fashion accessories (shawls, hats, gloves..) that go well with your e.g. dresses

collection.

  • Clothing for the plus size segment.
  • Diversity in the European consumers (immigrants) and the growing tourist market (China, Russia)
  • Eco and Ethical fashion e.g. by using organic cotton, sustainable principles

within the whole value chain incl. fair trade practices. More variation in styles !

  • On-line salesare still increasing due to busier lifestyles, new small

entrepreneurs in on-line selling.

Internet connections are still expanding.

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euapparel MARKET

Key Succesfactors

  • Good comprehension of your market potential and key target

markets and assessment of your risks and weaknesses (SWOT

analysis).

  • As the EU market is quite diverse focus on one country - or a

cluster of countries.

  • Clever product/market combinations based on a good knowledge of the market.

We will give an example on the German market for women’s control underwear.

  • Don’t just compete on price as the Asian countries do.
  • Strategy: Know how to (co-) design, assess future trends within your target market (seasonal,

short terms, long term), choose the right channel, sizing, pricing and promotion.

  • Supply: If you supply to fast fashion retailers try to be geared up to make short runs, do more preplanning and use collaborative software with your customer.