Gucci Essay Topics

Why Chinese Prefer Purchasing Luxury Goods

1. Working title Why Chinese prefer purchasing luxury goods, especially dresses, as compared to British people and what is the role of Chinese’s love for luxury in promoting the development of luxury goods industry? 2. Introduction The term “Luxury” is not easy to describe as it is the continuously growing, changing and prejudiced contemplation. The… View Article

Attitude of Young People of India Towards Luxury Brands

Introduction: A couple of generations ago, a typical purchase decision for the average Indian would be choosing between, say, clothes and electronic goods whenever they had a little cash to spare. Today, the customers’ dilemma involves making up their mind between Prada and Gucci, Merc and Lamborghini. Marie Antoinette would say, “If they can’t have… View Article

Luxury goods in China

Life is getting harder for purveyors of luxury in China, but the growth prospects are still fabulous Jun 8th 2013 | SHANGHAI |From the print edition “IT WAS AN AMAZING GOLDEN AGE,” REFLECTS GUILLAUME BROCHARD OF QEELIN, A CHINESE jeweller. From 2007 to 2011 many luxury-goods firms enjoyed double-digit annual growth in China, which became… View Article

Luxury Market

The luxury goods market may appear to many as a recession-resistant industry that generates over $1 trillion in revenue, but a closer look at the figures suggests otherwise. Luxury retailers, which were growing 9% annually a year before the recession, saw sales drop on average by more than 13 percentage points from 2007 to 2009…. View Article

Gucci Handbags

Gucci handbags are some of the most desired and most attractive handbags available in the market. Synonymous with elegance and quality, the price of Gucci handbags, from the bamboo-handled handbag which catapulted the Gucci brand into international fame in the 1940s (and still used today) to the sleek new collection for 2005, varies from an… View Article

A Case Study: Salvatore Ferragamo, SpA

I. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY This case describes the history and present dilemma facing Wanda Ferragamo and her six children, all of whom are involved in the family business. The House of Ferragamo, a Florence-based maker of high quality Italian clothing and leather good, was founded by Salvatore Ferragamo. Throughout his 57-year career, he achieved… View Article

Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy

Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy (LVMH) is a French multinational luxury goods conglomerate. Its headquarters are located in France, Paris. LVMH was formed after the merger of Louis Vuitton (fashion producer) and Moet Hennessy (cognac manufacturer) in 1987. The company controls around 60 subsidiaries which are often managed independently and each one of them manage a… View Article

Louis Vuitton Analysis

INTRODUCTION This is a report about the brand named Louis Vuitton in terms of brand analysis on the context of Marketing Lectures. We choose Louis Vuitton because it is an interesting brand to analyze since it is strongly established in the market and has been growing despite the economic crises. To do so, we are… View Article

Gucci, Louis Vuitton And Vertu

Creating luxury brands is a difficult marketing exercise. It requires heavy investment in marketing communications, excellent product/service quality, but above all these brands have to try to remain fashionable, which is notoriously difficult. Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Vertu are three successful so-called luxury brands, that retail to the high-end market. Both Gucci and Louis Vuitton… View Article

Case Tokyo Jane

Q1: How do Grut & Pfiffer define Tokyo Jane positioning, what does TJ brand stand for? The founders of Tokyo Jane want to offer affordable luxury product to their consumer. Grut and Pfiffer has a very vivid idea of how the brand and the product would look like in the mind of consumers, however they… View Article

Michael Kors International Vision

S.W.O.T analysis Strengths The first strength of MK brand is that it is resilient and adaptable. The manager of MK knows how to rescue and optimize the brand when the quality was not very high, especially at the beginning time when the MK just established. And the management of MK has been able to increase… View Article

Income elasticity of demand

Luxury product sales boost in the emerging marketing like China, which has extraordinary growth and strong potential consumers for the development of luxury goods in the China market. With gradually lower and lower increase of revenue in the European countries, Louis Vuitton (abridged as LV in the following sections) commits itself to set up more… View Article

Competitive Analysis Coach Inc

In 1941, Coach was first established as a small family run premium leather goods manufacturing business, which was seen as a premium brand with superior leather goods. In 1980, Coach opened its retail store and in 1985 Coach was sold to Sara Lee. Coach then began to experience paid expansion and growth including accessories, luggage,… View Article

Louis Vuitton in Japan Case Study

Introduction to Louis Vuitton Louis Vuitton, one of the oldest fashion houses in the world was established in France in the year 1854. It became famous for its impeccably handcrafted leather bags and trunks which were handcrafted to perfection. The brand opened its first overseas store in London in 1885 and has not looked back… View Article

Critical analysis of affected of economic crisis on the luxury brand market

I- Introduction Luxury Market has been important parts of the global retail market as well an important part of the global economy. Bain & Company (2011) estimate the value of traditional luxury market including fashion, jewellery and Dinnerware line represents approximately € 150 billion to € 200 billion in 2010 which is an dramatic increase… View Article

Louis Vuitton Case Study

The global luxury goods’ marketplace in the past decade has experienced nothing short of a complete evolution and transformation. This industry has endured global economic downturns in advanced economies such as the United States requiring them to branch out of their comfort zones and expand into emerging markets specifically the BRIC countries. These Asian nations… View Article

Global Strategy High Fashion Fights Recession

1. Using the Five Forces Framework, how would you characterize the competition in the luxury goods industry? 2. Why was discounting looked down upon by industry peers, all of which were differentiated or focus competitors? 3. What would be the likely challenges in emerging markets for luxury goods firms? OVERVIEW Pumping out fancy clothing, handbags,… View Article

Louis Vuitton Chain Value Analysis

The Louis Vuitton company was originally founded in 1854 by Louis Vuitton Malletier in Paris as a company producing trunks. Even in those early beginnings they were able to create their own name by coming up with unique and new design and innovation in materials. This made its position even among aristocracy, what really strengthened… View Article

Louis Vuitton Case Study

Louis Vuitton (LV) is one of the world’s most legendary barns and is synonymous with images of luxury, wealth and fashion. The company is known for its iconic handbags, leather goods, shoes, watches, jewelry, accessories, and sunglasses, and is the highest-ranked luxury brand in the world. It was 1854 when LV opened his first store… View Article

Analysis on Louis Vuitton Case Study

1.What has made Louis Vuitton’s business model successful in the Japanese luxury market? As the business model addresses “how the company makes money in this business”, Louis Vuitton’s business model in Japan can be simply explained as selling products through directly owned and controlled stores. A good business model can guarantee the success of business…. View Article

Louis Vuitton Case Analysis

Key Issue Louis Vuitton is a flagship group of LVMH, which had double digit growth during 2010 and 2011. Michael Burke, the new CEO of LV group is uncertain about whether the group can grow sustainable. The main issue he current encounter is that how to push LV to grow steadily and protect LV’s values… View Article

Coach Inc. case analysis

Coach, Inc. is an upscale American leather goods company known for women’s and men’s handbags, as well as items such as luggage, briefcases, wallets and other accessories (belts, shoes, scarves, umbrella…). The firm was founded in 1941, in a loft in New York as a partnership called the Gail Manufacturing Company. As of July 2,… View Article

External & Global Environment of Louis Vuitton in Japan

Introduction This case study is on the external and global environment of Louis Vuitton (LV) in Japan. For many years, Japan has been Louis Vuitton’s most profitable market but the economic crisis has had a negative effect on sales; sales have declined in the past few years. According to Tokyo Fashion News in November of… View Article

Burberry Case Study

1. The Burberry brand has be come a symbol of both luxury and durability. The brand has been repositioned to a niche market between cutting-edge fashion apparel, like Armani, and classic fashion apparel, like Polo Ralph Lauren. Burberry has also excelled in the accessories market, positioning itself between the Coach and Gucci brands. Burberry does… View Article

Burberry Case Study

1.0OVERVIEW OF THE CASE Overall, this case illustrates how the former Burberry Chief Executive Director (CEO), Rose Marie Bravo who stepped in as CEO in 1997, has succeeded in revitalising and revamping the company to become more successful in term of profitability and marketability. This case was took place in year 2003 whereby Ms. Bravo… View Article

LOUIS VUITTON enter CHINESE MARKET

Luxury product sales boost in the emerging marketing like China, which has extraordinary growth and strong potential consumers for the development of luxury goods in the China market. With gradually lower and lower increase of revenue in the European countries, Louis Vuitton (abridged as LV in the following sections) commits itself to set up more… View Article

Coach Inc.

Recommendations and Justification First, Lew Frankfort should continue to make new, high quality handbags that will impress customers. This will help Coach to continue to grow and prosper. New designs will help attract more customers to buy Coach products. The company can only benefit with new and unique products in the market. If Lew Frankfort… View Article