The segment Children's Apparel accounted for 16% of the Apparel revenue in 2020. The worldwide revenue of US$238 billion in 2020 represents a decrease from previous years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however it is expected to increase to US$341 billion by 2026. This report from the series of segment reports gives an overview of the Children's Apparel market for girls and boys from an international perspective.
All relevant sales figures and growth rates, including forecasts until 2026
Regional comparison: Europe, Americas, Asia, Africa, and Australia & Oceania
The Apparel segment Children's Apparel covers all types of clothes for girls and boys like coats, (outdoor) jackets, blazers, suits, ensembles, trousers, shirts, pullovers as well as sports- and underwear. The upswing in online shopping and the continuing expansion of major textile chains lead to an increasing pressure on price levels in an ever-growing total market, which is just one explanation for its steady growth. The most valuable fashion brands in the industry are Inditex, H&M, GAP, Fast Retailing and TJX. The COVID-19 pandemic caused a reduction in sales in the Apparel market, which hugely affected the year 2020.