Luxury Goods Report 2019 – Luxury Eyewear

Statista Consumer Market Outlook - Segment Report

Luxury Goods Report 2019 – Luxury Eyewear The segment Luxury Eyewear accounted for 6% of the Luxury Goods revenue in 2018. The worldwide revenue of US$20 billion in 2018 is expected to increase to US$22 billion by 2023. This report from the series of segment reports gives an overview of the Luxury Eyewear market from an international perspective.


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  • All relevant sales figures and growth rates, including forecasts until 2023
  • Regional comparison with focus on Europe, United States, China and South America

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Luxury Eyewear is comprised of eyewear frames and sunglasses. The overall market definition follows the Consumer Market Outlook’s Eyewear market, while here only the super-premium to luxury price range is considered, and lenses and contact lenses are excluded. In comparison to the luxury core categories of leather goods and watches and jewelry, luxury eyewear is comparatively affordable with designer eyewear providing an entry way for many consumers into the world of luxury brands. Italy’s vertically integrated Luxottica is the biggest player in Luxury Eyewear. Apart from owned brands like Ray Ban and Oakley, sales of licensed brands are a main source of revenue for Luxottica. Among others, it holds licenses for Armani, Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Polo Ralph Lauren, Prada and Tiffany.

  • Language: English
  • Released: April 2019
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