Pvh Corp   (PVH)
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 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 4,489
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 63
 Employees 40,000
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 9,134
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 182
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -327
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 297

Pvh Corp
We are one of the world’s largest apparel companies, with a heritage dating back over 130 years. Our brand portfolio consists of nationally and internationally recognized brand names, including the global designer lifestyle brands Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger, as well as Van Heusen, IZOD, Bass, ARROW and Eagle, which are owned brands, and Geoffrey Beene, Kenneth Cole New York, Kenneth Cole Reaction, Sean John, JOE Joseph Abboud, MICHAEL Michael Kors, Michael Kors Collection, Chaps, Donald J. Trump Signature Collection, DKNY, Elie Tahari, Nautica, Ted Baker, J. Garcia, Claiborne, Robert Graham, U.S. POLO ASSN., Ike Behar, Axcess, Jones New York and John Varvatos, which are licensed, as well as various other licensed and private label brands. We design and market branded dress shirts, neckwear, sportswear and, to a lesser extent, footwear and other related products. Additionally, we license our owned brands over a broad range of products. We market our brands globally at multiple price points and across multiple channels of distribution, allowing us to provide products to a broad range of consumers, while minimizing competition among our brands and reducing our reliance on any one demographic group, merchandise preference, distribution channel or geographic region. During 2012, our directly operated businesses in North America (United States and Canada) consisted principally of wholesale dress furnishings sales under our owned and licensed brands; wholesale men’s sportswear sales under our Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Van Heusen, IZOD and ARROW brands; and the operation of retail stores, principally in outlet malls, under our Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Van Heusen, IZOD and Bass brands. During 2012, our directly operated businesses outside of North America consisted principally of our Tommy Hilfiger International wholesale and retail businesses in Europe and Japan and our Calvin Klein dress furnishings and wholesale Calvin Klein Collection businesses in Europe. Our licensing activities principally related to the licensing worldwide of our Calvin Klein trademark for a broad range of lifestyle products and for specific geographic regions.

On February 13, 2013, we acquired Warnaco, which follows our transformational acquisitions of Calvin Klein in 2003 and Tommy Hilfiger in 2010, and reinforces our strategy to drive the Calvin Klein brand’s reach globally. Prior to the acquisition, Warnaco was our largest licensee for Calvin Klein products and paid us an administrative fee on sales of Calvin Klein underwear, sleepwear and loungewear, product categories for which it is the beneficial owner of the Calvin Klein trademark. Royalty and administrative fee payments to us by Warnaco accounted for approximately 37% of our Calvin Klein royalty, advertising and other revenue in 2012. By reuniting the Calvin Klein brand under one owner, we will have complete direct global control of the brand image and commercial decisions for the two largest Calvin Klein apparel categories - jeans and underwear. Under a single brand vision, we will be able to better coordinate product design, merchandising, supply chain, retail distribution and marketing, which we believe will strengthen the brand’s image, positioning and execution across all markets. The Warnaco acquisition also takes advantage of our and Warnaco’s complementary geographic operations. Warnaco’s operations in Asia and Latin America will enhance our opportunities in these high-growth regions, and we will have the ability to leverage our expertise and infrastructure in North America and Europe to enhance the growth and profitability of Warnaco’s Calvin Klein jeanswear and underwear businesses in these regions. The acquisition also brings the Speedo, Warner’s and Olga brands into our Heritage Brands portfolio. Warnaco also previously distributed sportswear and swimwear under the Chaps brand, but this license was reacquired by Ralph Lauren Corporation effective contemporaneously with the Warnaco acquisition. With a diversified brand portfolio and strong operations in every major consumer market around the world, we believe our business will be better balanced across geographies, channels of distribution, product categories and price points, and we will have the opportunity to realize revenue growth and enhanced profitability.

We completed the Tommy Hilfiger acquisition during the second quarter of 2010. Tommy Hilfiger is a global designer lifestyle brand under which we design, source and market menswear, womenswear, children’s apparel, denim collections and other products worldwide. We also license the Tommy Hilfiger brands worldwide over a broad range of complementary lifestyle products.

We intend to grow our existing Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger businesses, with particular emphasis on growth in Asia and Latin America, as well as to increase the revenue and profitability of our Heritage Brands business, through the execution strategies described below. In addition, we intend to capitalize on the significant opportunities presented by the Warnaco acquisition, particularly the opportunities to restore growth and improve profitability in Warnaco’s Calvin Klein jeanswear and underwear businesses.


We own the Van Heusen, Bass, G.H. Bass & Co., IZOD, ARROW, Eagle and Tommy Hilfiger brands, as well as related trademarks (e.g., IZOD XFG and the Tommy Hilfiger flag logo and crest design) and lesser-known names. These trademarks are registered for use in each of the primary countries where our products are sold and additional applications for registration of these and other trademarks are made in jurisdictions to accommodate new marks, uses in additional trademark classes or additional categories of goods or expansion into new countries.

Calvin Klein beneficially owns the Calvin Klein marks and derivative marks in all trademark classes and for all product categories within each class, other than underwear, sleepwear and loungewear in Class 25, which are beneficially owned by Warnaco. As a result of the Warnaco acquisition, we effectively own 100% of the Calvin Klein Trademark Trust, which is the sole and exclusive title owner of substantially all registrations of the Calvin Klein trademarks. The sole purpose of the Trust is to hold these marks. Calvin Klein maintains and protects the marks on behalf of the Trust pursuant to a servicing agreement. The Trust licenses to Calvin Klein and Warnaco on an exclusive, irrevocable, perpetual and royalty-free basis the use of the marks on the goods for which each has beneficial ownership.

Mr. Calvin Klein retains the right to use his name, on a non-competitive basis, with respect to his right of publicity, unless those rights are already being used in the Calvin Klein business. Mr. Klein has also been granted a royalty-free worldwide right to use the Calvin Klein mark with respect to certain personal businesses and activities, such as motion picture, television and video businesses, a book business, writing, speaking and/or teaching engagements, non-commercial photography, charitable activities and architectural and industrial design projects, subject to certain limitations designed to protect the image and prestige of the Calvin Klein brands and to avoid competitive conflicts.

Mr. Tommy Hilfiger is prohibited in perpetuity from using, or authorizing others to use, the Tommy Hilfiger marks (except for the use by Mr. Hilfiger of his name personally and in connection with certain specified activities). In addition, we are prohibited in perpetuity from selling products not ordinarily sold under the names of prestige designer businesses or prestige global lifestyle brands without Mr. Hilfiger’s consent, from engaging in new lines of business materially different from such types of lines of business without Mr. Hilfiger’s consent, or from disparaging or intentionally tarnishing the Tommy Hilfiger-related marks or Mr. Hilfiger’s personal name. The products that we are prohibited from selling include cigarettes, dog food and alcohol. Certain lines of business will not be considered “new lines of business” for purposes of the agreement, including apparel, fashion, eyewear, accessories, housewares, home and bedding products, personal care products, footwear, watches and leather goods.

Our trademarks are the subject of registrations and pending applications throughout the world for use on a variety of apparel, footwear and related products, and we continue to expand our worldwide usage and registration of new and related trademarks. In general, trademarks remain valid and enforceable as long as the marks continue to be used in connection with the products and services with which they are identified and, as to registered tradenames, the required registration renewals are filed. In markets outside of the United States, particularly those where products bearing any of our brands are not sold by us or any of our licensees or other authorized users, our rights to the use of trademarks may not be clearly established.

Our trademarks and other intellectual property rights are valuable assets and we vigorously seek to protect them on a worldwide basis against infringement. We are susceptible to others imitating our products and infringing on our intellectual property rights. This is especially the case with respect to the Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger brands, as the Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger brands enjoy significant worldwide consumer recognition and their generally higher pricing provides significant opportunity and incentive for counterfeiters and infringers. We have a broad, proactive enforcement program that we believe has been generally effective in controlling the sale of counterfeit products in the United States and in major markets abroad.

Calvin Klein Business

The tiered-brand strategy we created for the Calvin Klein brands establishes a strategic brand architecture to guide the global brand growth and development of all three brand tiers by differentiating each of the Calvin Klein brands with distinct marketing identities, positioning and channels. Additionally, branding product across three tiers allows flexibility from market to market to build businesses that address the differences between markets. After giving effect to the Warnaco acquisition, we have approximately 50 license arrangements with third parties across the three Calvin Klein brands. These arrangements grant rights to market a broad range of products worldwide or in specified countries and/or to open retail stores in countries outside of the United States. The Calvin Klein brands are as follows:
• Calvin Klein Collection — our “halo” brand under which men’s and women’s high-end collection apparel and accessories are sold both in the United States and overseas.
• ck Calvin Klein — our bridge brand, under which apparel and accessories are sold through specialty and department stores, as well as freestanding ck Calvin Klein stores in Europe and Asia.
• Calvin Klein — our white label “better” brand under which we sell men’s sportswear and license various other lines (including men’s and women’s footwear, handbags, women’s sportswear, dresses, men’s and women’s outerwear, accessories, and fragrance) and our ck one lifestyle brand.

Warnaco is our largest Calvin Klein licensee and also beneficially owns the Calvin Klein trademark for underwear, sleepwear and loungewear. Acquiring Warnaco presents us with additional opportunities to grow our Calvin Klein business. We believe that additional investments above our initial expectations are required to achieve our goal of rebuilding Warnaco’s global Calvin Klein jeanswear and underwear businesses. Therefore, we see 2013 as a year of investment and transition. These investments include (i) enhancing the existing infrastructure (systems and supply chain), (ii) upgrading Calvin Klein jeanswear product design and quality with an emphasis on geographic differentiation, (iii) investing in in-store marketing and the in-store customer experience, (iv) adding appropriate talent to fill key design, marketing and merchandising positions, (v) rationalizing global excess inventory levels, and (vi) reducing and restructuring the off-price and club sales distribution in Europe and North America. Our key strategies for the Warnaco Calvin Klein businesses include the following:

Improving execution for jeans and underwear and the “Calvin Klein” brand globally. Since we acquired Calvin Klein in 2003, global retail sales have grown at a compounded annual rate of approximately 12%. Product innovation, category extensions and a targeted global brand marketing message are key drivers for the Calvin Klein brands. By acquiring Warnaco, we have gained full control of the brand image and commercial decisions for the two largest apparel categories of Calvin Klein— jeans and underwear — for the first time. Our strategies to increase demand for Calvin Klein Jeans and Calvin Klein Underwear products include:

• Enhancing jeanswear design and improving coordination between design and in-country teams to address local market preferences;
• Aligning merchandise and presentation to be consistent with the global brand positioning of Calvin Klein;
• Optimizing product assortment across categories, channels and regions;
• Transitioning the Warnaco businesses in North America and Europe to our existing processes, supply chain and systems to enhance fulfillment of wholesale orders; and
• Creating a cohesive and consistent single brand message across categories, including sportswear, jeanswear, underwear and accessories.

Rebalancing distribution and improving profitability in North America. In North America, we intend to leverage our existing infrastructure and expertise to improve profitability of Warnaco’s Calvin Klein jeanswear and underwear businesses by:
• Rebalancing the mix of distribution among the full price, off-price and club channels;
• Leveraging our North American retail stores to better showcase jeans and underwear; and
• Expanding category breadth, where appropriate.

Leveraging our European operating platform and management team. We plan to integrate Warnaco’s European Calvin Klein businesses into our existing Tommy Hilfiger operating platform and leverage our systems and the expertise of our European management team to enhance execution and profitability of the Warnaco businesses, in addition to managing the Calvin Klein “bridge” business in Europe that we were to take over in 2013, by employing the following strategies:
• Streamlining the cost structure within the existing jeanswear and underwear infrastructure in Europe;
• Optimizing distribution mix by reducing distribution in the off-price channel;
• Utilizing the Tommy Hilfiger matrix model to improve product placement and execution at wholesale and retail on a country/regional basis;
• Improving the sales productivity by promoting the Calvin Klein lifestyle across Europe through more effective merchandising and marketing; and
• Coordinating the European jeanswear and underwear strategy with the re-launch of the bridge wholesale business.

Continuing expansion in emerging markets. The Warnaco acquisition provides us with an established presence and local operations in high-growth emerging markets in Asia and Latin America, where we were less developed. We plan to continue growing in these markets by:
• Continuing to grow retail square footage in China and Brazil;
• Improving operating margins through improved execution and leveraging of expenses; and
• Evaluating opportunities to leverage existing capabilities to introduce and/or accelerate growth of additional categories and brands.

Realizing identified cost synergy opportunities. We believe the Warnaco acquisition will create significant opportunities to reduce overhead and administrative expenses. We currently expect to achieve costs savings through synergies, principally with respect to certain corporate functions and duplicative brand management functions in North America and Europe.

Tommy Hilfiger Business

We have significantly grown the Tommy Hilfiger business since we acquired it in 2010. Our strategies for continuing to grow revenues and improve profitability include the following:

Continue to expand the European business. We believe that there is significant potential for further expansion in Europe. Among other initiatives, our current strategies for the European market include:

• Growing the business in product categories that we believe are currently underdeveloped in Europe, such as pants, outerwear, underwear, accessories and womenswear;

• Expanding the bags and small leather goods business, which we acquired from our former licensee in 2010;
• Developing a Tommy Hilfiger tailored division, a business we acquired from a licensee at the end of 2012;
• Concentrating on the development of the business in underpenetrated markets where we believe there is growth potential, such as France, the United Kingdom, Scandinavia and Central and Eastern Europe (including Russia), through both our own retail expansion and increased wholesale sales, which we intend to support with increased advertising and marketing activities; and
• Increasing Tommy Hilfiger’s presence in Europe through the opening of additional specialty and outlet retail stores (both by us and retail partners), including brand-promoting locations, such as those opened on Regent Street, London in 2012, Brompton Road, London in 2011, and the Champs-Élysées, Paris in 2010, and anchor stores in key shopping destinations worldwide, such as those opened in Frankfurt, Hamburg and Vienna since our acquisition of Tommy Hilfiger.

Grow and continue to strengthen the North American business. Our overarching goal in North America is to drive brand elevation in every channel and category in which we operate, while maximizing our current store portfolio and pursuing opportunities for growth. We intend to achieve growth in the North American business by:

• Enhancing our strategic alliance with Macy’s by leveraging our logistics capabilities and “preferred vendor” relationship with Macy’s, offering expanded merchandise assortments, adding and enhancing shop-in-shops in high-volume Macy’s stores, featuring Tommy Hilfiger products in Macy’s marketing campaigns and concentrating on brand enhancement and elevation through strategic marketing and investments in partnership with Macy’s;
• Expanding product offerings by Tommy Hilfiger and its licensees in both the retail and wholesale channels;
• Increasing Tommy Hilfiger’s overall presence and brand positioning through the opening of a limited number of specialty stores, as well as making focused capital improvements in our existing retail stores to improve image, presentation and productivity, and adding square footage in existing locations and opening new outlet stores, where appropriate;
• Elevating the product presentation and improving the visibility and exposure of the Tommy Hilfiger brand at The Bay in Canada;
• Investing in advertising and marketing initiatives, such as our well-received “The Hilfigers” marketing campaign, through TV, print and digital media, with an emphasis on growing our customer database and expanding our Hispanic marketing campaign; and
• Enhancing our merchandising focus by delivering the right product regionally and offering an engaging store experience.

Expansion of opportunities outside of Europe and North America. Our opportunities in the rest of the world can be achieved by:

• Leveraging Warnaco’s operational experience in Asia and Latin America to facilitate the growth of the Tommy Hilfiger business in these regions over time;

• Capitalizing on opportunities to grow the Tommy Hilfiger business by repositioning the Tommy Hilfiger brand image to be more consistent throughout the world, and elevating the brand’s visibility and positioning, such as through the opening of our first Asian flagship store on Omotesando in Tokyo in April 2012, and introducing regional sizing, enhancing product offerings and adopting other initiatives targeted at local market needs;
• Continuing the development of our joint ventures in China (operations started in August 2011), India (acquired interest in September 2011) and Brazil (operations started in January 2013) by expanding the brand’s retail footprint, enhancing product and increasing price points; and
• Continuing a balanced strategy of acquiring licensees, distributors and franchisees where we believe we can achieve greater scale and success compared to our partners, while at the same time licensing businesses for product categories and markets when we believe experienced and/or local partners provide the best opportunity for success.

Further improve the e-commerce channel. We intend to seek to improve the online capabilities and functions of the Tommy Hilfiger European and North American e-commerce sites to improve the shopping experience and increase sales.

Heritage Brands Business

Our Heritage Brands business remains an important part of our overall business mix. We intend to integrate Warnaco’s Speedo, Warner’s and Olga businesses into our Heritage Brands business. Our key strategies for the Heritage Brands business include the following:
Continue to strengthen the competitive position and image of our brand portfolio. We intend for each of our heritage brands to be a leader in its respective market segment, with strong consumer awareness and loyalty. We believe that our heritage brands are successful because we have positioned each one to target distinct consumer demographics and tastes. We will continue to design and market our branded products to complement each other, satisfy lifestyle needs, emphasize product features important to our target consumers and increase consumer loyalty. We will seek to increase our market share in our businesses by expanding our presence through product extensions and increased floor space. We are also committed to investing in our brands through advertising, sponsorships and other means to maintain strong customer recognition.
Pursue international growth. We intend to expand the international distribution of our heritage brands, including through licensing. We have approximately 40 license agreements, covering approximately 145 territories outside of the United States to use our heritage brands in numerous product categories, including apparel, accessories, footwear, soft home goods and fragrances. We believe that our strong brand portfolio and broad product offerings enable us to seek additional growth opportunities in geographic areas where we are underpenetrated, such as Europe and Asia.
In order to implement the strategies for the Heritage Brands business described above, we have a number of initiatives in place, including the following:
Maintain and protect our top-performing dress furnishings divisions. Our dress furnishings divisions continue to grow through cross-channel expansion and market share gains. We are focused on elevating the in-store experience in top doors and identifying brand and channel opportunities for additional growth.
Exit underperforming businesses. We successfully exited our Timberland and Izod women’s wholesale sportswear businesses in 2012 and continue to evaluate our businesses for productivity and profitability.
Targeting marketing spend. We target our marketing expenditures on initiatives that we believe will reflect each brand’s core image, resonate with the target consumer and enhance the in-store shopping experience or encourage sales.
Focus on turnaround initiatives where appropriate. We are focused on revitalizing the Izod men’s business at wholesale (including at J.C. Penney through the new full lifestyle presentation, upgraded product and complete shop-in-shop experience), as well as right-sizing the Heritage Brand retail divisions’ real estate portfolio, while elevating the in-store experience and making strategic product investments to refocus on the brand’s heritage and value proposition.

Other Strategic Opportunities
We intend to continue to build our brand portfolio through acquisition and licensing opportunities. While we believe we have an attractive and diverse portfolio of brands with growth potential, we will continue to explore acquisitions of companies or trademarks and licensing opportunities that we believe are additive to our overall business. New license opportunities allow us to fill new product and brand portfolio needs. We take a disciplined approach to acquisitions, seeking brands with broad consumer recognition that we can grow profitably and expand by leveraging our infrastructure and core competencies and, where appropriate, by extending the brand through licensing.


Our business generally follows a seasonal pattern. Our wholesale businesses tend to generate higher levels of sales in the first and third quarters, while our retail businesses tend to generate higher levels of sales in the fourth quarter. Royalty, advertising and other revenue tends to be earned somewhat evenly throughout the year, although the third quarter has the highest level of royalty revenue due to higher sales by licensees in advance of the holiday selling season. We expect this seasonal pattern will generally continue.


Our businesses depend on our ability to stimulate and respond to consumer tastes and demands, as well as on our ability to remain competitive in the areas of quality and price.

A significant factor in the continued strength of our brands is our in-house design teams. We form separate teams of designers and merchandisers for each of our brands, creating a structure that focuses on the special qualities and identity of each brand. These designers and merchandisers consider consumer taste and lifestyle and trends when creating a brand or product plan for a particular season. The process from initial design to finished product varies greatly but generally spans six to ten months prior to each retail selling season. Our product lines are developed primarily for two major selling seasons, Spring and Fall. However, certain of our product lines offer more frequent introductions of new merchandise.

Calvin Klein has a team of senior design directors who share a vision for the Calvin Klein brands and who each lead a separate design team. These teams control all design operations and product development for most licensees and other strategic partners.

Tommy Hilfiger seeks to reinforce the premium positioning of the Tommy Hilfiger brands by taking a coordinated and consistent worldwide approach to brand management. Products are then adapted and executed on a regional basis in order to adjust for local or regional sizing, fits, weather, trends and demand. Tommy Hilfiger management believes that regional execution and adaptation helps it anticipate, identify and respond more readily to changing consumer demand, fashion trends and local tastes or preferences. It also reduces the importance of any one collection and enables the brand to appeal to a wider range of customers.

Contingent Purchase Price Payments

In connection with our acquisition of Calvin Klein, we are obligated to pay Mr. Calvin Klein contingent purchase price payments based on a percentage of total worldwide net sales of products bearing any of the Calvin Klein brands with respect to sales made through February 12, 2018. Our obligation to make contingent purchase price payments to Mr. Klein is guaranteed by our domestic Calvin Klein subsidiaries and is secured by a pledge of all of the equity interests in our Calvin Klein subsidiaries and a first priority lien on substantially all of our domestic Calvin Klein subsidiaries’ assets. Events of default under the agreements governing the collateral for our contingent payment obligations to Mr. Klein include, but are not limited to (1) our failure to make payments to Mr. Klein when due, (2) covenant defaults, (3) cross-defaults to other indebtedness in excess of an agreed amount, (4) events of bankruptcy, (5) monetary judgment defaults and (6) a change of control, including the sale of any portion of the equity interests in our Calvin Klein subsidiaries. An event of default under those agreements would permit Mr. Klein to foreclose on his security interest in the collateral. In addition, if we fail to pay Mr. Klein a contingent purchase price payment when due and such failure to pay continues for 60 days or more after a final judgment by a court is rendered relating to our failure to pay, Mr. Klein will no longer be restricted from competing with us as he otherwise would be under the non-competition provisions contained in the purchase agreement related to our acquisition of Calvin Klein, although he would still not be able to use any of the Calvin Klein brands or any similar trademark in any competing business.


The apparel industry is competitive as a result of its fashion orientation, mix of large and small producers, the flow of domestic and imported merchandise and the wide diversity of retailing methods. We compete with numerous domestic and foreign designers, brands, manufacturers and retailers of apparel, accessories and footwear.

We compete primarily on the basis of style, quality, price and service. Our business depends on our ability to stimulate consumer tastes and demands, as well as on our ability to remain competitive in these areas. We believe we are well-positioned to compete in the apparel industry. Our diversified portfolio of brands and products and our use of multiple channels of distribution have allowed us to develop a business that produces results which are not dependent on any one demographic group, merchandise preference, distribution channel or geographic region. We have developed a portfolio of brands that appeal to a broad spectrum of consumers. Our owned brands have long histories and enjoy high recognition within their respective consumer segments. We develop our owned and licensed brands to complement each other and to generate strong consumer loyalty. The Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger brands generally provide us with the opportunity to develop businesses that target different consumer groups at higher price points and in higher-end distribution channels than our heritage brands, as well as with significant global opportunities due to the worldwide recognition of the brands.

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   PVH is expected to report next financial results on December 07, 2023. Next quarterly dividend pay out on December 18, 2023.

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