PVH is one of the largest apparel companies worldwide. With an impressive collection of brands like CK, Tommy, Van Heusen etc. the company achieved a turnover of about $8.2 Billion in 2013. About 75% of of this turnover came from CK and Tommy(Growth brands) and balance came from the Heritage brands like Izod, Van Heusen etc.
The company does not disclose their sales of jeanswear separately, but it does give an indication that jeanswear is not one of their strongest segment and they need to provide much higher focus and attention to it.
We are giving below excerpts from the annual report from PVH which give some details on the financials, market distribution and growth directions for their global growth and heritage brands.
If we look at the pie charts below we will find that Calvin Klein & Tommy Hilfiger currently account for ~75% of PVH’s revenues and ~85% of PVH’s EBIT, where as heritage brands constitute the balance. We will then look at individual figures for Tommy, CK and Heritage brands.
Tommy, Calvin Klein, Heritage Brands
Tommy Hilfiger — Brand Overview
Tommy has over 1,450 Stores and over 10,000 Doors Globally in over 90 countries as of February, 2014 ~out of these 625 are Company Operated Stores.Following is the breakup of number of stores worldwide for Tommy.
No of Stores
Asia (excl. Japan)
Rest of World
Tommy Hilfiger — Business Overview & Financials
Tommy Hilfiger Europe – Overview
Europe accounts for ~50% of Tommy Hilfiger global reported revenues Since 2000, revenues have grown at a 23% CAGR.
Tommy Hilfiger North America – Overview
North America accounts for ~45% of Tommy Hilfiger global reported revenues • Strong retail presence of ~230 stores, which are primarily company stores.
Tommy Hilfiger Asia – Overview
Geographic expansion continues in Asia.Most regions experiencing double-digit growth.The sales in different regions in Asia is given below :
Southeast Asia and Australia
Calvin Klein — has a strong global presence with significant growth opportunities. Europe has most stores followed by Asia.
No of Stores
Nearly 3,000 retail locations and over 20,000 wholesale doors globally as of February, 2014 Approximately 1,700 Company Operated Stores
Calvin Klein — Business Overview And Financials
Calvin Klein — North America Overview
Calvin Klein North America revenues accounted for about 50% of Calvin Klein global reported revenues in 2013
The Company is not very happy about its Jeanswear business and says
“Jeanswear performance is challenging, but we are working to strengthen and rebuild the brand through strategic investments in our product, people, infrastructure and in-store presentations”
Calvin Klein — Asia Overview
Asia accounted for about 20% of Calvin Klein global reported revenues in 2013 • Primarily retail-oriented model (concession shops and free-standing stores) • High-teens operating margins for the region − China: ~40% of Asia revenues; Experiencing solid sales growth − Korea: ~30% of Asia revenues; Although still down vs. LY, the region is showing improving trends over prior quarters
Calvin Klein — Latin America Overview
Latin America accounted for about 6%* of Calvin Klein global reported revenues in 2013, primarily driven by Brazil
Calvin Klein — Europe Overview
Europe accounted for about 20% of Calvin Klein global reported revenues in 2013 • Categories: Jeanswear and related products, underwear, accessories, bridge apparel • Business model: 50% retail / 50% wholesale
Heritage Brands — Overview & Financials
PVH has the following Heritage Brands – IZOD, ARROW, VANHEUSEN, SPEEDO and WARNER’S OLGA.
Review Of 1Q14 And FY2014 Guidance
The Group achieved a turnover of about $2 billion in the first quarter of 2014 (a 2% growth over 2013) and aims to achieve a turnover of about $8.5 Billion in 2014 with an estimated growth of 3%.
1Q14 vs. 1Q13 %Growth
FY14 vs. FY13 % Growth
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