The luxury goods industry comprises the companies that manufacture and/or sell the high end market in terms of quality and price. It includes products such as luxury apparel, footwear, jewellery, watches, eyewear, handbags, cosmetics, fragrances and other accessories. It may also include automobiles and wines and spirits. Luxury brands are identified as the top of their class in their field in terms of the quality. High prices, limited supply, endorsed by celebrities are the elements that provide users with status symbols that give a special luxury feel.
Below is current consensus forecast data on unit economics, such as constant currency impact, forex impact and sales per store; financials, including total revenue and EBITDA; and key ratios, such as gross margin and inventory turnover.
These key luxury goods metrics aid market participants in identifying industry trends and future performance of luxury goods companies, such as LVMH, Prada, Richemont and Burberry.