This research presents actual information about the market of luxury clothes, shoes and accessories and its state in January 2011. The purpose of this marketing research is to describe the situation on the Russian market of luxury clothes, shoes and accessories and to build a forecast for its development in the post-crisis period. Main goals for the research: 1. To evaluate the volume, structure and dynamics of the market 2. To describe the distribution geography of the luxury goods in Russia 3. To evaluate the impact of the crisis on the dynamics and structure of the market 4. To evaluate the changes in the purchasing power and consumer behavior under the influence of the crisis 5. To describe the main distribution channels on the market 6. To give a detailed characteristics of every channel 7. To give a detailed explanation of the main participants in the Russian luxury market, to evaluate their shares and sales volumes 8. To build a sales rating by the main luxury brands in Moscow 9. To describe the sales volumes and distribution specifications of the main luxyry brands in Russia
Research methodology:
1. Expert interviews with the main market participants. The specialists from "IndexBox" carried out a survey among sales consultants, managers, store ditectors from a number of market leaders (Mercury, Bosco di Ciliegi, Podium, Crocus Group, LandauFashion Group), separate mono-brand stores (Prada, Dolce&Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, YSL, Balenciaga, Jil Sander,Burberry and others), the representatives of foreign companies (LVMH, Christian Dior Group, Chanel). In total - more than 30 interviews. 2. Analysis of secondary materials - publications and analytical reports, annual and quarter reports of the market participants. The report about the marketing research of the market of luxury clothes, shoes and accessories contains data about the sales of 40 foreign brands from the luxury class in Russia: Dolce&Gabbana, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Chanel, Christian Dior, Giorgio Armani, Etro, J. Mendel, Ralph Lauren, Bottega Veneta, Hermes, Kenzo, Max Mara, Yves Saint Laurent, Moschino, Christian Louboutin, Loewe, Celine, Burberry, Marc Jacobs, Balenciaga, Diane Von Furstenberg, Jil Sander, Agent Provocateur, Maison Martin Margiela, Oscar de la Renta, Cesare Paciotti, Ermanno Scervino, Francesco Smalto, Marina Rinaldi, Corneliani, Emporio Armani, Jean Paul Gaultier, Alexander McQueen, Antonio Marras, Stella McCartney, Costume National, La Perla. The report contains 79 pages, 18 Figures, 1 Table

Table Of Contents

Contents:
1.

Methodology
2. Volume of the market 3. Influence of the crisis on the market of luxury: total, 2010 3.1. Demand of luxury in 2009 - 2010 3.2. Modification of consumer behavior in crisis conditions 4. Geography and volume of consumption of luxury in Russia 5. Structure of purchases of seasonal collections 5.1. Season autumn/winter 5.2. Season spring/summer 6. Distribution channels 6.1. Structure of purchase channels 6.2. Tendencies in modification of distribution structure 7. Trade streets 7.1. Kutuzovkij prospect 7.2. Trtiakovskij proezd 7.3. Stoleshnikov pereulok 7.4. Petrovka 7.5. Kuzneckij most 8. Trade centers 8.1. Crocus City Mall 8.2. Vremena goda ) 8.3. Barviha Luxury Village 8.4. Vesna 8.5. Petrovskij passaj 8.6. Lotte Plaza 8.7. TC "Tsvetnoy" 9. Department stores 9.1. CUM 9.2. GUM 10. Discount centers, outlets 11. Show-rooms 12. Mercury 12.1. Portfolio of stores and brands 12.2. Volume of purchases and financial results 13. Bosco di Ciliegi 13.1. Portfolio of stores and brands 13.2. Volume of purchases and financial results 14. Crocus Group 14.1. Portfolio of stores and brands 14.2. Volume of purchases and financial results 15. Podium Fashion Group 15.1. Portfolio of stores and brands 15.2. Volume of purchases and financial results 16. Jamilco 16.1. Portfolio of stores and brands 16.2. Volume of purchases and financial results 17. World brands on the Russian market: distribution and volume of purchases in 2010 17.1. Top 15 luxury brands by volume of purchases in Moscow in 2010 17.2. Dolce andamp; Gabbana 17.3. Gucci Group 17.3.1. Gucci 17.3.2. Yves Saint Laurent 17.3.3. Balenciaga 17.3.4. Bottega Veneta 17.4. Louis Vuitton Moet Hennesy 17.4.1. Louis Vuitton 17.4.2. Fendi 17.4.3. Celine 17.4.4. Marc Jacobs 17.4.5. Loewe 17.4.6. Kenzo 17.5. Prada Group 17.6. Chanel 17.7. Christian Dior Group 17.8. Armani Group 17.8.1. Giorgio Armani 17.8.2. Emporio Armani 17.9. Etro 17.10. J. Mendel 17.11. Ralph Lauren 17.12. Hermes Group 17.13. Max Mara 17.14. Moschino 17.15. Christian Louboutin 17.16. Burberry Group 17.17. Diane Von Furstenberg 17.18. Jil Sander 17.19. Agent Provocateur 17.20. Maison Martin Margiela 17.21. Oscar de la Renta 17.22. Cesare Paciotti 17.23. Antonio Marras 17.24. Ermanno Scervino 17.25. Francesco Smalto 17.26. Marina Rinaldi 17.27. Corneliani 17.28. Jean Paul Gaultier 17.29. Costume National 17.30. La Perla 17.31. Escada 17.32. Brioni 17.33. Monolo Blahnik 17.34. Dandamp;G 17.35. Salvatore Ferragamo

List of figures
Fig. 1. Volume and structure of luxury market in Russia in 2009, in millions of USD Fig. 2. Dynamics of luxury market in 2007 - 2011 (forecast) Fig. 3. Consumption of luxury goods in towns of Russia in 2010, in millions of USD Fig. 4. Average market structure of purchases (sale-mix) of female collection autumn/winter in 2010 Fig. 5. Average market structure of purchases (sale-mix) of male collection autumn/winter in 2010 Fig. 6. Average market structure of purchases (sale-mix) of female collection spring/summer in 2010 Fig. 7. Average market structure of purchases (sale-mix) of male collection spring/summer in 2010 Fig. 9. Volume of purchases of luxury clothes, shoes and accessories of Mercury company in 2010, in millions of USD Fig. 10. Incomes of Bosco di Ciliegi company in 2004 - 2010 Fig. 11. Volume of purchases of luxury clothes, shoes and accessories of Bosco di Ciliegi Company in 2010, in millions of USD Fig. 12. Incomes of Crocus Group Company in 2004 - 2010 Fig. 13. Volume of purchases of luxury clothes, shoes and accessories of Crocus Group Company in 2010, in millions of USD Fig. 14. Incomes of Podium company in 2006 - 2008 Fig. 15. Volume of purchases of luxury clothes, shoes and accessories of Podium Company in 2008, in millions of USD Fig. 16. Incomes of Jamilco company in 2004 - 2008 Fig. 17. Volume of purchases of luxury clothes, shoes and accessories of Jamilco Company in 2008, in millions of USD Fig. 18. Top 15 purchases of luxury clothes, shoes and accessories in mono-brand stores in Moscow in 2010, in millions of EUR

List of tables
Table 1. Volume of purchases of luxury clothes, shoes and accessories in mono-brand stores in Moscow in 2009 - 2010, in millions of EUR

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