Michael Kors to shutter up to 125 stores in next 2 years

Is Michael Kors a luxury brand any more? As I mentioned in a previous article about the luxury fashion pyramid , Michael Kors is located in the aspirational luxury segment. But after their uncontrolled growth strategy, betting for every channel, we can argue about it. If you see the same bag many times in your daily … More Michael Kors to shutter up to 125 stores in next 2 years

Diversification and Segmentation in Fashion retail

Many brands have evolved into groups that focus on different customer profiles. On the one hand, we have companies such as GAP, H&M, Inditex, Mango, Armani…that are focus on many segments in order to respond to different income, gender, style (e.g. COS vs H&M), size (e.g. Violeta by Mango) or categories (e.g. beauty, homewear) profiles. … More Diversification and Segmentation in Fashion retail

Maslow, evolution and Luxury Fashion

Consultants like tables, diagrams and charts… Fashion is not a science (some might disagree…) but using this “figure” makes easier to understand and organize something so complex as “needs”. Maslow was an American psychologist and was best-known for creating in 1943 the hierarchy of needs, or Maslow´s pyramid. As I said, using a pyramid is … More Maslow, evolution and Luxury Fashion

Fashion Luxury elite meets at IESE

IESE Business School celebrated the 17th edition of Fashion and Luxury Goods industry meeting created by Professor Nueno seventeen years ago. Watch the video  summary of the meeting. Once again, many CEOs were representing the luxury industry, mainly fashion and beauty houses. Patrizio di Marco (Dolce Gabbana), Alessandro Varisco (TWINSET Simona Barbieri), Giorgio Presca (Golden Goose), … More Fashion Luxury elite meets at IESE