Luxury Goods: A Thriving D2C Manufacturing Trend with Proven Production Potential

Luxury Goods: A Thriving D2C Manufacturing Trend with Proven Production Potential

Luxury Goods: A Thriving D2C Manufacturing Trend with Proven Production Potential

Luxury Goods: A Thriving D2C Manufacturing Trend with Proven Production Potential

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Manufacturing

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CORPORATE OFFICER AND ADVISOR, STRIPE

Claire Hughes Johnson

PRESIDENT, PRODUCT AND BUSINESS, STRIPE

Will Gaybrick

HEAD OF GLOBAL SALES, STRIPE

Eileen O'Mara

REVENUE AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, STRIPE

Vivek Sharma

HEAD OF PRODUCT MARKETING, STRIPE

Tanya Khakbaz

FOUNDER, PULLEY

Yin Wu

View on desktop.

Manufacturing

d2c manufacturing
CORPORATE OFFICER AND ADVISOR, STRIPE

Claire Hughes Johnson

PRESIDENT, PRODUCT AND BUSINESS, STRIPE

Will Gaybrick

HEAD OF GLOBAL SALES, STRIPE

Eileen O'Mara

REVENUE AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, STRIPE

Vivek Sharma

HEAD OF PRODUCT MARKETING, STRIPE

Tanya Khakbaz

FOUNDER, PULLEY

Yin Wu

View on desktop.

Manufacturing

Direct-to-consumer (D2C) manufacturing has been revolutionizing various industries, and the luxury goods sector is no exception. By embracing D2C strategies, luxury manufacturers can take control of their brand narrative, create personalized experiences, and build stronger connections with their customers. In this blog post, we'll delve into the world of D2C luxury goods manufacturing, explore successful production ideas, and present market research that proves the immense potential of this trend.

Luxury Goods: A Thriving D2C Manufacturing Trend

The luxury goods market has traditionally relied on wholesale distribution and retail partnerships. However, with the rise of e-commerce and changing consumer preferences, many luxury brands are shifting towards a D2C model. By selling directly to consumers, luxury manufacturers can:

Control brand image and storytelling

Offer exclusive and personalized products

Gather valuable customer data for targeted marketing

Provide exceptional customer service and support

A report by McKinsey & Company reveals that online sales of luxury goods are expected to reach 20-25% of total sales by 2025, up from 8% in 2016 [1]. This growth presents a significant opportunity for luxury manufacturers to embrace D2C strategies and capture a larger share of the market.

Customized Luxury Watches

Market Proof: Bespoke watch company Undone has seen tremendous success with its D2C model, allowing customers to create their own unique timepieces. The company has grown 300% year-over-year since its launch in 2016 [2].

Artisanal Handcrafted Jewelry

Market Proof: Mejuri, a D2C jewelry brand, has disrupted the traditional jewelry industry by offering high-quality, handcrafted pieces at accessible prices. The company achieved a 400% year-over-year growth rate and reached $100 million in revenue in just four years [3].

Sustainable Luxury Fashion

Market Proof: Stella McCartney, a luxury fashion brand known for its commitment to sustainability, has seen a 30% increase in sales since launching its D2C e-commerce platform in 2016 [4]. The global sustainable fashion market is expected to reach $8.25 billion by 2023, indicating a strong demand for eco-conscious luxury goods [5].

High-End Beauty and Skincare

Market Proof: Glossier, a D2C beauty brand, has built a cult following by offering a curated selection of products and fostering a strong community of engaged customers. The company reached a valuation of $1.2 billion in 2019 and continues to expand its product line and global presence [6].

The Role of HESH MES in D2C Luxury Goods Production

To succeed in the D2C luxury goods market, manufacturers must have a strong foundation in their production processes. HESH Manufacturing Execution System (MES) provides the necessary tools and insights to optimize production, ensure quality, and meet the high standards expected by luxury consumers.

By leveraging HESH MES, luxury goods manufacturers can streamline their operations, reduce lead times, and deliver exceptional products that meet the discerning tastes of their customers. HESH MES provides the agility and flexibility needed to adapt to changing consumer demands and stay ahead in the competitive D2C landscape.

Sources:

[1] McKinsey & Company. (2021). The State of Fashion 2021. https://www.mckinsey.com/industries/retail/our-insights/state-of-fashion

[2] Forbes. (2020). How Undone Is Disrupting The Luxury Watch Industry. https://www.forbes.com/sites/josephdeacetis/2020/11/16/how-undone-is-disrupting-the-luxury-watch-industry/

[3] Vogue Business. (2021). Mejuri's Noura Sakkijha on the power of the direct-to-consumer model. https://www.voguebusiness.com/companies/mejuris-noura-sakkijha-on-the-power-of-the-direct-to-consumer-model

[4] Business of Fashion. (2019). How Stella McCartney Grew Her Business by Staying True to Her Values. https://www.businessoffashion.com/articles/intelligence/how-stella-mccartney-grew-her-business-by-staying-true-to-her-values

[5] Statista. (2021). Value of the sustainable fashion market worldwide from 2019 to 2023. https://www.statista.com/statistics/1142373/sustainable-fashion-market-value-worldwide/

[6] CNBC. (2019). How Glossier became a $1.2 billion beauty start-up. https://www.cnbc.com/2019/03/19/how-glossier-became-a-1point2-billion-beauty-start-up.html

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