2020 was a particularly, strange year for the luxury sector. Brands through all industries in the diverse strongholds, from watches, cars and leather goods had to pivot their operation to fit the times. They had to cope with unplanned extra costs. Statistics indicate that the luxury industry as a whole is anticipated to have reduced by about 20% in 2020, with brands suffering revenue losses worth tens of billions of dollars. It is important that when buying luxury brands especially in the fashion industry you make use of online reviews such as UK.collected.reviews, to know more about about fashion brands, and also to ensure you are buying from reputable shops. In this article the top valued luxury brands in 2020 are discussed.

Coach

Coach brand is arguably the most affected luxury brand by the pandemic. This is due to the fact that it has its headquarters in New York, one of the worldwide epicentre of the virus at a certain instance. Its value in 2020 dropped by 9.7% .It is likely that this apparel brand may take quite some time before it recovers from the pandemics effects fully.

Coach value in 2020: USD$6.81 billion
Coach value in 2019:
USD $7.54 billion
Growth rate:
-9.7%
Founders:
Miles Cahn, Lillian Cahn
Founded:
1941
CEO:
Joshua Schulman
Headquarters:
New York
Parent Organisation:
Tapestry

Dior

The apparel brand Dior, had a decent score in 2020. It experienced an 8.6% growth which can be attributed to its robust marketing and commendable sales strategies.

Dior value in 2020: USD6.86 billion
Dior value in 2019: USD6.32 billion
Growth rate: +8.6%
Founder: Christian Dior
Founded: 1946
CEO: Sidney Toledano
Parent organisations: LVMH, Semyrhamis SA.

ROLEX

The Swiss brand Rolex was hardly hit by the closure of  some of its showrooms and  had a 2.2% drop in revenue in 2020.

ROLEX value in 2020: USD $7.87 billion
ROLEX value in 2019:
USD $8.04 billion
Growth rate:
-2.2%
Founders:
Alfred Davis, Hans Wilsdorf
Founded:
1905
CEO:
Jean Frederic Dufour
Headquarters:
Geneva, Switzerland
Parent organization:
Foundation Hans Wilsdorf

Ferrari

The luxury brand Ferrari didn’t perform badly and based on factors such as staff satisfaction, marketing investment, loyalty, familiarity and corporate reputation, Ferrari was arguably the strongest premium and luxury brand globally, with its 2019 new models being attributed for its solid 9% revenue growth in 2020.

Ferrari value in 2020: USD$9.05 billion
Ferrari value in 2019:
USD$8.32 billion
Growth rate:
+8.7%
Founder:
Enzo Ferrari
Founded:
1947
CEO:
Louis C. Camilleri
Headquarters:
Maranello, Italy
Parent organisation:
Exor

Hermes

The French label Hermes remained strong in 2020 and came out with a great showing. Through its series of robust sales and marketing campaign it recorded a 9.1% growth in brand value.

Hermes value in 2020: USD $11.90 billion
Hermes Value in 2019: USD $10.92 billion
Growth rate: +9.1%
Founder: Thierry Hermes
Founded: 1837
CEO: Axel Dumas
Parent organization: H51 SAS

Chanel

Despite the uncertain times created by the pandemic, the French Icon Chanel still recorded an enormous growth rate. Having a brand value growth of 20% to attain an USD13.7 billion value. The brand showed an impressive result even after experiencing the pandemic adverse effects coupled with the fact that it was the first year since its long-standing creative director Karl Lagerfeld passed away.

Chanel value in 2020: UDS$13.70 BILLION
Chanel value in 2019: USD11.48 billion
Growth rate: +19.4%
Founder: Coco Chanel
Founded: 1910
CEO: Alain Wertheimer
Headquarters: Paris: France
Parent organisation: CHANEL International B.V.

Cartier

This is one of the apparel brands that was able to endure through the storm brought about by the pandemic. Its focus on its jewellery offering through 2020 led to its 10.1% growth in brand value.

Cartier value in 2020: USD $15.01 billion
Cartier value in 2019: USD 13.64 billion
Growth rate: +10.1%
Founder: Louis Francois Cartier
Founded: 1847
CEO: Cyrille Vigneron
Parent organisation: Cie Financiere Richemont SA

Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton was rated as one of the fastest growing brand in the year 2020. All through the pandemic, Louis Vuitton experience a 21% revenue growth and hit USD $16.5 billion.

Louis Vuitton value in 2020: USD $16.47 billion
Louis Vuitton value in 2019:
USD$13.57 billion
Growth rate:
+21.4%
Founder:
Louis Vuitton
Founded:
1854
CEO:
Michel Burke
Headquarters:
Paris, France
Parent organization:
LVMH

GUCCI

The Italian fashion brand Gucci experienced a 20% growth in 2020. Resulting to the brand receiving one of the greatest followings in fashion.

Gucci value in 2020: USD$17.63 billion
Gucci value in 2019: USD $14.66 billion
Growth rate: 20.2%
Founder: Guccio Gucci
Founded: 1921
CEO: Marco Bizzarri

Porsche

Porsche, recorded an increase of 16% in brand value attaining a $33.9 billion value, cementing itself as an epitome of luxury. The company was able to achieve the great results owing to its new model releases and sustainable practices.

Porsche value in 2020: USD 33.91 billion
Porsche value in 2019: USD $29.34 billion
Growth rate: +15.6%
Founder: Ferdinand Porsche
Founded: 1932
Headquarters: Stuttgart, Germany.

In conclusion, this article has provided 10 of the most valued luxury brands in 2020.