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With a population of 237 million (2010) which is expected to reach over 250 million by 2020, Indonesia is not only South East Asia’s largest countries but also one of the fastest growing economies in the world, with an annual growth rate exceeding 5% in seven of the past eight years, thanks largely to its increasingly affluent middle class. Private consumption, the backbone of the economy, remained resilient, up 4.9% from a year earlier, matching the October-December rate.
A recent study by CLSA and Julius Baer Bank reveals that the number of high net worth individuals (HNWI) will triple in Indonesia to nearly 100,000 by 2015, the fastest rise in Asia and internationally, trailed by China and India. In a 2012 report by Standard Chartered Priority Bank Asia, high net worth individuals in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand had the shortest time-frame for tripling their prosperity, anticipating strong wealth creation by 2020. Indonesia will become the largest luxury market in Southeast Asia over the next few years, Ravi Thakran, LVMH’s head for South Asia, South East Asia & Middle East told CNBC in March 2012. The rather recent improved economic performance of the country, the high number of wealthy Indonesians still shopping abroad have been among the major factors determining a lack of confidence by major international luxury brands, especially in fashion and accessories. The image of close down sales, with discounts of up to 90% at the Harvey Nichols at the end of 2010, which went bust after less than 2 years of operation is still vivid in the minds of luxury players and consumers alike.
Jakarta is probably the South East Asian capital with the least developed infrastructure and poor public transport facilities. Jakarta welcomes mid in 2013 its fifth mall with a luxury retail component, the Ciputra World Jakarta Mall, a complex which will include the first Raffles Hotel in Indonesia, an all suite hotel with 171 luxury units. Several major international luxury brands still have only one store in Jakarta: Chanel (Grand Indonesia), Hermes (Pacific Place), Brioni (Plaza Indonesia) and Yves Saint Laurent (Senayan City).
The fact that none of the four malls has created an exclusive enclosing for the luxury brands, ideally with a separate entrance, is yet another deterrant for the savvy wealthy Indonesians accustomed to shopping abroad in mature destinations such as Singapore.
In terms of pricing, thanks to the appreciation of the Rupia in the past two years, prices of luxury branded goods in Jakarta are no longer much higher than in destinations such as Singapore – currently, at most 10% higher than in Singapore. The mix of brands at the four malls in Jakarta can also be a factor that would diminish the attractiveness of the existing luxury sections within the four malls. Notable absentees from the Indonesian luxury market: Ralph Lauren, Coach, Yves Saint Laurent, Tom Ford. It remains to be seen whether the announced Galeries Lafayette department store at Pacific Place Mall (scheduled 2013) would draw on the experience of Harvey Nichols and understand the importance of the brand mix and the luxury lifestyle experience which it needs to convey to consumers. Like in many other emerging markets, the big questions remains – why so many international luxury brands still prefer franchising operations in a market with the size and potential of Indonesia. In a review of the Indonesian luxury market, having surveyed 3 local retailers and 8 international luxury brands,  CPP Luxury Industry Management Consultants Ltd estimates the value of Indonesia’s luxury fashion and accessories market (including shoes and bags) at US$ 650 million in 2011, with a growth of 15% expected in 2012.


Actor Ed Weeks attends Ermenegildo Zegna Global Store Opening hosted by Gildo Zegna and Stefano Pilati at Ermenegildo Zegna Boutique on November 7, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California. Ermenegildo Zegna’s new store which is designed by Zegna’s in-house architects based on the creative concept developed by architect Peter Marino opens on Sloane Street in the heart of Knightsbridge. Ermenegildo Zegna store hosts a wide range of in-house products and services and is the ultimate men’s emporium. The inspiration for the store design has been the fabrics created at Zegna’s eponymous wool mill in Trivero, Italy since 1910. The new Ermenegildo Zegna Personalization Project has been created to meet the needs of customers who choose their own fabrics and finishing touches to create impeccable clothing and accessories.
The Ermenegildo Zegna Group is a leading luxury menswear brand and one of the most renowned businesses in Italy.
Prenez rendez-vous et vous serez a meme de choisir votre costume Su Misura,depuis la selection du tissu jusqu'au choix des finitions. Veuillez saisir une adresse ci-dessous pour obtenir la liste des boutiques situees dans votre perimetre. Peter Marino has successfully designed the stores echoing Zegna’s brand values and history through quality materials, integrity and modern style throughout the space. With the exception of Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior (soon Prada), all international luxury brands have been operating in franchising, the market being dominated by several players. Although mostly due to the brand mix (most of them unknown in Indonesia) and the pricing policy, most associate the closure of Harvey Nichols with a failure of Indonesia’s luxury market. The lack of an underground system and a poor bus service overcrowd the streets, traffic at peak hours provoking a stand still. Major international luxury fashion brands with limited presence in Indonesia: Burberry (one store), Chanel (one store). Brands such as Louis Vuitton, Ermenegildo Zegna, Coach and Prada have already confirmed their presence at Ciputra World Mall. The ideal solution for Jakarta would be to concentrate most luxury brands in one shopping mall, however, this seems rather unfeasible, given the rivalry between the owners and developers of each mall and the preferential relationships each retailer has, in time, developed with one mall or another.
With the cost of travel and accommodation, it hardly makes sense for wealthy Indonesians to make purpose shopping trips abroad, unless they are seeking THE luxury lifestyle. I was surprised to find in Indonesia mono-brand stores of Jean Paul Gaultier, Givenchy, Balenciaga or Celine, which I consider niche brands, normally present at concept stores or department stores, rather than free standing, mono-brand boutiques. Ralph Lauren will face a daunting task when it decides to formally enter Indonesian market, considering there is already a very popular local Polo brand, with a similar logo and designs, selling at a fraction of the price. Already, the fact that Galleries Lafayette is spread over three floors (a surface has yet to be announced) indicates a courageous move both from the part of Galleries Lafayette and their local partners (franchisee). The store compliments the brand’s use of quality materials, integrity and modern style within 327 meters of luxury selling space.
The collection is exhibited within individually designed areas that convey a unique and distinct vision.


The tactile adventure in-store begins with metallic strands in the windows, while the central staircase features an overlaid woven structure of crisscrossed polished stainless steel rods behind a glass curtain wall. This new program will debut in London at the Sloane Street store with an initial offering that includes personalized made-to-measure formal and upper casual attire as well as personalized accessories. Founded in 1910 in Trivero, in the Biella Alps, by the young entrepreneur Ermenegildo, whose vision was to ethically create the world’s finest textiles through innovation and the sourcing of the noblest fibres directly from their markets of origin, the company is managed today by the fourth generation of the Zegna family with Gildo Zegna as CEO. The extreme quality fabrics created at the Lanificio Ermenegildo Zegna since 1910, in Trivero Italy, have been a pivotal inspiration for the design. However, many analysists reckon the number of HNWI is at least 20% higher, considering many Indonesians’ offshore deposits.
Going forward, we believe the Indonesian market will be one of the big surprises,” said Thakran, who added that the country remains an under-penetrated market for high-end goods”. The largest local luxury retailer in Indonesia is Trans Fashion Indonesia, which operates in franchising the mono-brand stores of Giorgio Armani (including Emporio Armani), Salvatore Ferragamo, Valentino, Tod’s, Hugo Boss, Aigner, Jimmy Choo and Canali. Mention should be made that the Indonesian luxury consumer profile is very much driven by well known international brands, show off being part of a status symbol. A journey, which, off peak hours can be made in 10 minutes, can otherwise take 90 minutes at rush hours.
The first Prada store in Jakarta is due to open at Plaza Indonesia later this Fall and till late 2013 it will be the only Prada store in Jakarta. Luxury is not only about stores, but also about a luxurious lifestyle, environment and an entire experience, which is hardly available, for now, in Jakarta.
The luxury offering of the brand includes exclusive ‘Su Misura’ service, traditional Italian tailoring in contemporary silhouettes, and Zegna’s sophisticated ‘Upper Casual’ leisurewear collection. The first ever Ermenegildo Zegna store in the United Kingdom was opened in 1987 in New Bond Street. The buildings stripe metal and glass facade, the metallic strands in the windows as well as the intertwining of stainless steel echo the woven composition of textiles along with the fabric’s warp and weft yarns. Logos, prints and a recognizable design are a must for a luxury brand to succeed in Indonesia. The store also features the Zegna Sport line and is complemented by an extensive range of leather and textile accessories, as well as Ermenegildo Zegna’s licensing collection of ancillaries such as watches, fragrance, underwear and cufflinks & jewellery. The company today has three stores in London, two stores on New Bond Street alongside the new Sloane Street store.  Ermenegildo Zegna also enjoys strong distribution within Harrods and select department across the United Kingdom.
The materials and colours, sky blue and alpine green stones, come from Zegna’s strong commitment to nature, evident in Oasi Zegna, and represented through the masculine yet natural colour palette with sustainable woods, and stones.



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