Monday, May 6, 2013

Branded From Oversea, The World Fashion

Brands From England

Every country have brand for many stuffs, including fashion. If you are one of woman who love dress fashion with the famous brand, of course you are familiar with some of good branded in the world.

As we know England is a major player on the global economic front, home to a number of corporate giants that effects the economy, not only of the United Kingdom (comprising England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland).   

London is home to impressive assortment of some of the world’s most successful names.
Do you know one of famous brand in England for fashion is Burberry. Of course everybody know, Burberry is brand for clothing, accessories and fragrances.

After that, what most brand in England. Reebok. This brand famous for sports wear brand was started in Cheadle in 1890 years ago, but it now owned by the German company. Mmmm, other famous English Clothing Brands are Gio-Gio, Bodyamr, Charles Tyrwhitt, Jasper Conran, Crombie, Hackett London, Norton & Son, Swaine Adeney Brigg, Swedish Navy Clothing, Ted Baker, The Look Presents, The-affair and Turnbull & Asser.

Brand From Europe

Top Fashion Retailers in Europe – new brands on the rise

Ever heard of Uniqlo, Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister, Primark or Forever 21? These new names are making European consumers’ hearts beat faster.
The mood in Europe’s fashion industry is currently set by the Spanish Inditex group, Sweden’s H&M, and the Dutch company C&A. With its brands Zara, Bershka, Pull & Bear, Massimo Dutti, Stradivarius, Oysho and UterĂ¼e, the Inditex group operated more than 5,400 stores in 2011, 4,200 of which are located in Europe. H&M currently operates around 2,500 branches, with three fourths located in Europe.
 C&A has a total of over 1,500 stores in 19 (exclusively) European countries. These top 3 by turnover in Europe’s fashion market are now being subjected to increased competition from other parts of the world.
The US-American brand Forever 21, which can be considered a direct competitor of H&M,
Germany is planned for 2013 in Munich. Ireland’s Primark has been active in continental Europe since 2006, and has already been represented in Germany with seven stores since 2009

. The company is poised to enter Austria in 2012 with two shops. Hollister and Abercrombie & Fitch, both popular American brands, also began their expansion into Europe in 2007. Last but not least, the Japanese brand Uniqlo is also mixing things up on the European market – in the United Kingdom, France and Russia for now. Market entry in Germany is to follow soon.

Sources : Many internet


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