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RETAIL SALES GROWTH TAKES OFF IN SPAIN

The dominance of mega fashion groups Inditex, H&M and Mango, both on the high street and in shopping centres, has increased during the crisis years. The rise of fast fashion has coincided with a reduction of independent retailers, and the recession pushed many foreign brands such as PC City, GameStop and Dartto leave the market. In their absence, we have overwhelmingly seen larger retailers, who were perhaps more comfortable with the medium to long term outlook for Spain, re-entrench themselves in the best locations, in many cases consolidating locations into large flagship stores. In line with strengthening position of the largest retailers in Spain, they are also developing separately branded lines to target key consumer demographics. Mango has their sub brands of H.E. by Mango, Mango Kids and Violeta. Similarly, H&M is developing a discount line to compete with Lefties and has & Other Stories and Cos to diversify their offering into higher end fashion. The success of discount retailing has led new foreign brands to enter the market. Of note are Chinese low cost retailers such as Mulaya and Okeysi, which began mainly on secondary retail streets and have now begun to expand and take shopping centre space as well; i.e opening of Okeysi.

The major fashion brands that dominate the high street have all seen year on year growth in sales in 2014. Inditex saw year on year growth of 5%, H&M posted 12% growth, Mango’s growth in 2014 was 15%, while Primark reached 29%, driven predominantly by strong expansion during 2014. Given the positive outlook for Spanish retail and recent improvements in activity indicators such as retail sales and confidence, we expect more international brands to enter the market however the competition is stiff given the well-established position of existing powerhouse brands. As we begin to see new brands enter the market, there is already a lack of space in the best locations with prime vacancy rates in both shopping centres and high street very low. New brands to the Spanish retail market include Violeta by Mango, Brooks Brothers, Michael Kors, Coach, Uniqlo, Supertrash, & Other Stories, Okeysi, Dealz, URBN, Missoni and Mulaya.

Source: Knight Frank, 13th August 2015

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