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Calvin Klein North America
   22.07 % of total Revenue
Calvin Klein International
   15.54 % of total Revenue
Calvin Klein Total
   37.61 % of total Revenue
Tommy Hilfiger North America
   20.05 % of total Revenue
Tommy Hilfiger International
   20.96 % of total Revenue
Tommy Hilfiger Total
   41.01 % of total Revenue
Heritage Brands Wholesale
   18 % of total Revenue
Heritage Brands Retail
   3.38 % of total Revenue
Heritage Brands Total
   21.38 % of total Revenue
 

Business Segments (Oct. 30, 2015)
Revenues
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
%
(of total Revenues)
(Oct. 30, 2015)
Income
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
%
(Profit Margin)
Calvin Klein North America
477.80 22.07 % 80.20 16.79 %
Calvin Klein International
336.30 15.54 % 0.00 -
Calvin Klein Total
814.10 37.61 % 80.20 9.85 %
Tommy Hilfiger North America
433.90 20.05 % 57.10 13.16 %
Tommy Hilfiger International
453.70 20.96 % 68.60 15.12 %
Tommy Hilfiger Total
887.60 41.01 % 125.70 14.16 %
Heritage Brands Wholesale
389.70 18 % 25.30 6.49 %
Heritage Brands Retail
73.10 3.38 % 0.50 0.68 %
Heritage Brands Total
462.80 21.38 % 25.80 5.57 %
Total
2,164.50 100 % 231.70 10.7 %

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Growth rates by Segment (Oct. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Revenue
%
III. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
%
(Oct. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Income
%
III. Quarter
Q/Q Income
%
Calvin Klein North America
4.19 % 33.39 % 4.84 % 73.97 %
Calvin Klein International
-5.96 % 15.81 % - -
Calvin Klein Total
-0.26 % 25.52 % -36.8 % -0.74 %
Tommy Hilfiger North America
-0.28 % 9.21 % -24.27 % -2.89 %
Tommy Hilfiger International
-8.25 % 9.75 % -14.36 % 76.35 %
Tommy Hilfiger Total
-4.52 % 9.49 % -19.16 % 28.66 %
Heritage Brands Wholesale
-2.31 % 24.27 % -24.48 % 46.24 %
Heritage Brands Retail
-17.31 % -19.76 % - -
Heritage Brands Total
-5.03 % 14.36 % -18.35 % 76.71 %
Total
-3.07 % 16.12 % -26.21 % 46.28 %

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Calvin Klein Business Overview

We believe Calvin Klein is one of the best known designer names in the world and that the Calvin Klein brands — Calvin Klein Collection, ck Calvin Klein and Calvin Klein — provide us with the opportunity to market products both domestically and internationally at higher price points, in higher-end distribution channels and to various consumer groups. In order to more efficiently and effectively exploit the development opportunities for each brand, a tiered-brand strategy was established to provide a focused, consistent approach to global brand growth and development. Each of the Calvin Klein brands occupies a distinct marketing identity and position that preserves the brand’s prestige and image. Products sold under the Calvin Klein brands in 2012 were sold primarily under licenses and other arrangements. As discussed above, Warnaco was our largest licensee and also paid us fees in connection with its sales of underwear, sleepwear and loungewear under the Calvin Klein brands, product categories for which it beneficially owns the trademark. As a result of the acquisition, we expect our directly operated businesses to account for a majority of Calvin Klein sales in 2013. Calvin Klein designs all products and/or controls all design operations and product development and oversees a worldwide marketing, advertising and promotions program for the Calvin Klein brands. We believe that maintaining control over design and advertising through Calvin Klein’s dedicated in-house teams plays a key role in the continued strength of the brands. In 2012, over $300 million was spent globally in connection with the advertising, marketing and promotion of the Calvin Klein brands and these expenses were principally funded by Calvin Klein’s licensees and other authorized users of the brands. Worldwide retail sales of products sold under the Calvin Klein brands were approximately $7.6 billion in 2012.

During 2012, our Calvin Klein business included (i) licensing and similar arrangements worldwide for use of the Calvin Klein brands in connection with a broad array of products, including jeans, underwear, women’s dresses and suits, men’s tailored clothing, women’s sportswear and performance apparel, men’s and women’s bridge, collection and golf apparel, fragrances, eyewear, hosiery, socks, footwear, swimwear, jewelry, watches, outerwear, handbags, small leather goods and home furnishings (including furniture), as well as to operate retail stores outside North America; (ii) the marketing of the Calvin Klein Collection brand high-end men’s and women’s apparel and accessories collections through our Calvin Klein Collection flagship store located in New York City and our Calvin Klein Collection wholesale business (the arrangements described in clause (i) and the Calvin Klein Collection business described in this clause (ii) together constituting our Calvin Klein Licensing segment); and (iii) our wholesale Calvin Klein dress furnishings and men’s better sportswear businesses, which operate principally in the United States and Canada, and our Calvin Klein outlet retail business (these businesses collectively constituting our Other (Calvin Klein Apparel) segment).

Our Calvin Klein men’s dress shirts, neckwear and sportswear target the modern classical consumer, are marketed at better price points and are distributed principally in better fashion department and specialty stores in North America, including Macy’s and Dillard’s, Inc. We also offer our Calvin Klein Collection and ck Calvin Klein dress shirts to the more limited channel of luxury department and specialty stores, as well as through freestanding Calvin Klein Collection and ck Calvin Klein stores operated by Warnaco and others.

Our Calvin Klein stores are located principally in premium outlet centers in the United States and Canada and offer men’s and women’s apparel and other Calvin Klein products to communicate the Calvin Klein lifestyle. We also operate one Calvin Klein Collection store, located on Madison Avenue in New York City, that offers high-end men’s and women’s Calvin Klein Collection apparel and accessories and other products under the Calvin Klein brands.

Warnaco’s Calvin Klein business includes men’s and women’s jeans and related apparel worldwide; jeans accessories in Europe and Asia; men’s and women’s underwear worldwide; and men’s and women’s swimwear in North America and Europe. Warnaco’s Calvin Klein products are distributed through all major channels of distribution. In addition, Warnaco distributes its Calvin Klein products through dedicated retail stores, including approximately 1,900 company-operated Calvin Klein retail stores worldwide, principally in Europe, Asia, Mexico and Brazil. Calvin Klein products are also distributed through Calvin Klein retail stores operated by third parties under retail licenses or franchise and distributor agreements.

An important source of our revenue is Calvin Klein’s arrangements with licensees and other third parties worldwide that manufacture and distribute globally a broad array of products under the Calvin Klein brands. Calvin Klein combines its design, marketing and imaging skills with the specific manufacturing, distribution and geographic capabilities of its licensing and other partners to develop, market and distribute a variety of goods across a wide range of categories and to expand existing lines of business.


Calvin Klein has approximately 50 licensing and other arrangements (after giving effect to the Warnaco acquisition) across the three Calvin Klein brands. The arrangements are generally exclusive to the applicable territory and/or product category licensed. Calvin Klein’s key licensing partners, and the products and territories licensed, include: Licensing Partner Product Category and Territory CK Watch and Jewelry Co., Ltd.
(Swatch SA) Men’s and women’s watches (worldwide) and women’s jewelry (worldwide, excluding Japan) CK21 Holdings Pte, Ltd. Men’s and women’s bridge apparel, shoes and accessories (Asia, excluding Japan) Coty, Inc. Men’s and women’s fragrance and bath products and color cosmetics (worldwide) DWI Holdings, Inc. / Himatsingka Seide, Ltd. Soft home bed and bath furnishings (United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, South America and India) G-III Apparel Group, Ltd. Men’s and women’s coats; women’s better suits, dresses and sportswear; women’s active performance wear; luggage; women’s better handbags (United States, Canada and Mexico with some distribution for certain lines in Europe and elsewhere) Jimlar Corporation Men’s, women’s and children’s better footwear (United States, Canada and Mexico); men’s, women’s and children’s bridge footwear (North America, Europe, Middle East and India); men’s and women’s collection footwear (worldwide) Marchon Eyewear, Inc. Men’s and women’s optical frames and sunglasses (worldwide) McGregor Industries, Inc. / American Essentials, Inc. Men’s and women’s socks and women’s tights (United States, Canada, Mexico, South America, Europe, Middle East and Asia, excluding Japan) Onward Kashiyama Co. Ltd. Men’s and women’s bridge apparel and women’s bridge handbags (Japan) Peerless Delaware, Inc. Men’s better and bridge tailored clothing (United States, Canada, Mexico and, on a non-exclusive basis, South America)


Tommy Hilfiger Business Overview

Tommy Hilfiger is one of few globally recognized designer lifestyle brands, with distribution in over 90 countries and more than 1,200 Tommy Hilfiger stores worldwide. The “classic American cool” spirit of the brand inspires a wide range of preppy, all-American designs that appeal to a diverse array of global consumers. Tommy Hilfiger occupies a unique position as a premium brand offering quality apparel, accessories and lifestyle products at accessible prices with a diverse consumer following. We believe the brand’s global awareness has been achieved through consistent implementation of a global marketing and communications strategy, product enhancements, increased marketing and an improved in-store experience. We continue to make significant investments in global advertising and integrated marketing programs, with the popular “The Hilfigers” advertising campaign as the current cornerstone of our marketing strategy, leading a global creative vision for the brand.

Tommy Hilfiger’s brand portfolio includes Tommy Hilfiger, Hilfiger Denim and Tommy Girl (which we refer to collectively as the Tommy Hilfiger brands). Tommy Hilfiger is targeted at the 25 to 45 year-old consumer, Hilfiger Denim is targeted at the 25 to 30 year-old, denim-oriented consumer and Tommy Girl is targeted at girls ages 12 to 18. Tommy Hilfiger product offerings by us and our licensees include sportswear for men, women and children; footwear; athletic apparel (golf, swim and sailing); bodywear (underwear, robes and sleepwear); eyewear; sunwear; watches; handbags; men’s tailored clothing; men’s dress furnishings; accessories; socks; small leather goods; fragrances; home and bedding products; bathroom accessories and luggage. The Hilfiger Denim product line consists of casual apparel for men and women with a focus on premium denim separates, footwear, bags, accessories, eyewear and fragrance. Inspired by American denim classics with a modern edge, Hilfiger Denim is more “fashion forward” and casual than the Tommy Hilfiger label.

We sell Tommy Hilfiger products at wholesale and retail in North America, Europe and Japan and license the Tommy Hilfiger brands for an assortment of products in various markets. Tommy Hilfiger products are also sold through joint ventures in which we are a partner in China, India and, since January 2013, Brazil, and by third party distributors, licensees and franchisees in Europe, Southeast Asia, Australia, Central and South America and the Caribbean. Worldwide retail sales of Tommy Hilfiger products were approximately $6.0 billion in 2012.

The Tommy Hilfiger wholesale business consists of the distribution and sale of products under the Tommy Hilfiger brands to distributors and licensees for resale, to stores operated by franchisees, licensees and distributors and to department and specialty stores. The European retail customers range from large department stores to small independent stores. Tommy Hilfiger has, since the Fall of 2008, conducted the majority of its North American wholesale operations through Macy’s, which is currently the exclusive department store retailer for Tommy Hilfiger men’s and women’s sportswear in the United States. Tommy Hilfiger re-launched a wholesale business in Canada with The Bay, Canada’s leading department store, in the Fall of 2011, initially offering men’s sportswear and more recently expanding into women’s sportswear.

The Tommy Hilfiger retail business principally consists of the distribution and sale of Tommy Hilfiger products in Europe, the United States, Canada and Japan through company-operated specialty stores and outlet stores, as well as through company-operated e-commerce sites. Tommy Hilfiger specialty stores consist of flagship stores, which are generally larger stores situated in high-profile locations in major cities and are intended to enhance local exposure of the brand, and anchor stores, which are located on high-traffic retail streets and in malls in secondary cities and are intended to provide incremental revenue and profitability. Company (outlet) stores in North America are primarily located in premium outlet centers and carry specially designed merchandise that is sold at a lower price point than merchandise sold in our specialty stores. Company (outlet) stores operated by Tommy Hilfiger in Europe and Japan are used primarily to clear excess inventory from previous seasons at discounted prices and also carry specially designed merchandise.

We license the Tommy Hilfiger brands to third parties both for specific product categories and in certain geographic regions, and generally on an exclusive basis. As of February 3, 2013, Tommy Hilfiger had over 25 license agreements. In 2011, we formed a joint venture in China in which we own a 45% economic interest. The joint venture assumed direct control of the licensed Tommy Hilfiger wholesale and retail distribution business in China from the prior licensee in August 2011. In addition, in September 2011, we acquired the perpetually licensed rights to the Tommy Hilfiger trademarks in India from GVM International Limited (“GVM”) and acquired from affiliates of GVM a 50% economic interest in a company that was renamed Tommy Hilfiger Arvind Fashion Private Limited (“TH India”). TH India was GVM’s sublicensee of the Tommy Hilfiger trademarks for apparel, footwear and handbags in India. As a result of the transaction, TH India is now the direct licensee of the trademarks for all categories (other than fragrance), operates a wholesale apparel, footwear and handbags business in connection with its license and sublicenses the trademarks for certain other product categories in the region. In November 2012, we formed, with an experienced local partner, a joint venture in Brazil in which we own a 40% economic interest. The joint venture holds an exclusive license for the Tommy Hilfiger brand in Brazil that became effective on January 4, 2013.


Tommy Hilfiger’s key licensing partners, and the products and territories licensed, include:
Licensing Partner Product Category and Territory American Sportswear S.A. Men’s, women’s and children’s sportswear, accessories and Hilfiger Denim distribution (Central America and South America (excluding Brazil)) Aramis, Inc. Fragrance, cosmetics, skincare products and toiletries (worldwide) BASECO SA DE CV Men’s, women’s and children’s sportswear, accessories (excluding footwear), Hilfiger Denim and Tommy Girl distribution (Mexico) Dobotex International B.V.
Men’s, women’s and children’s socks (Europe) Fishman and Tobin, Inc.
Boys’ and girls’ apparel (United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam (Macy’s stores only)) TH India* Men’s, women’s and children’s sportswear, accessories and Hilfiger Denim distribution (India) Marcraft Clothes, Inc. Men’s tailored clothing (United States and Canada) MBF Holdings LLC Men’s and women’s footwear (United States and Canada) Movado Group, Inc. & Swissam Products, Ltd. Men’s and women’s watches and jewelry (worldwide, excluding Japan (except certain customers)) Revman International, Inc. Bed and bedding accessories (United States, Canada and Mexico) Safilo Group S.P.A. Men’s, women’s and children’s eyeglasses and non-ophthalmic sunglasses (worldwide, excluding India) SK Networks Co., Ltd. Men’s, women’s and children’s sportswear and Hilfiger Denim distribution (South Korea) Swank, Inc. Men’s belts and small leather goods (United States, Canada and Mexico) Tommy Hilfiger Asia-Pacific, Ltd. Men’s, women’s and children’s sportswear and Hilfiger Denim distribution (Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan) TH Asia Ltd.* Men’s, women’s and children’s sportswear and Hilfiger Denim distribution (China) Tommy Hilfiger Australia PTY, Ltd. Men’s and women’s sportswear and Hilfiger Denim distribution (Australia) Tommy Hilfiger do Brasil S.A.*


All products, other than fragrances, watches, eyewear, jewelry and home furnishings (Brazil)

The results of our Tommy Hilfiger wholesale, retail and licensing operations in the United States and Canada are reported in our Tommy Hilfiger North America segment, and wholesale, retail and licensing operations outside of North America are reported in our Tommy Hilfiger International segment.

Heritage Brands Business Overview

Our Heritage Brands business encompasses the design, sourcing and marketing of a varied selection of branded dress shirts, neckwear, sportswear, footwear and underwear, as well as the licensing of our heritage brands (Van Heusen, IZOD, ARROW and Bass), for an assortment of products. The Heritage Brands business also includes private label dress furnishings programs, particularly neckwear programs. We design, source and market these products to target distinct consumer demographics and lifestyles in an effort to minimize competition among our brands. We distribute our Heritage Brands products at wholesale in national and regional department, mid-tier department, mass market, specialty and independent stores in the United States and Canada. Our men’s wholesale business represents our core business. As a complement to our wholesale business, we also market our Heritage Brands products directly to consumers through our Van Heusen, IZOD and Bass retail stores, principally located in outlet centers throughout the United States and Canada.

We intend to integrate Warnaco’s Speedo (swim products) and Warner’s and Olga (women’s intimates) businesses into our Heritage Brands business.


Heritage Brand Wholesale Dress Furnishings. Our Heritage Brand Wholesale Dress Furnishings segment principally consists of the design and marketing of men’s dress shirts and neckwear. We market both dress shirts and neckwear under brands including Van Heusen, ARROW, IZOD, Eagle, Sean John, Donald J. Trump Signature Collection, Kenneth Cole New York, Kenneth Cole Reaction, JOE Joseph Abboud, DKNY, Elie Tahari, J. Garcia, Ike Behar, MICHAEL Michael Kors, Michael Kors Collection and John Varvatos. We also market dress shirts under the Geoffrey Beene and Chaps brands and neckwear under the Nautica, Jones New York, Ted Baker, Axcess, U.S. POLO ASSN., Bass, Claiborne and Robert Graham brands, among others. Collectively, our product offerings represent a sizeable portion of the domestic dress furnishings market. We market dress shirts and neckwear under our owned and licensed brands, as well as private label brands, primarily to department, mid-tier department and specialty stores, as well as, to a lesser degree, mass market stores.

Heritage Brand Retail. Our Heritage Brand Retail segment operates stores under the Van Heusen, IZOD and Bass names, primarily in outlet centers throughout the United States and Canada. We believe these stores are an important complement to our wholesale operations because we believe that the stores further enhance consumer awareness of our brands by offering products that are not available in our wholesale lines, while also providing a means for managing excess inventory, as well as direct control of the in-store customer experience.

Our Van Heusen stores offer men’s dress shirts, neckwear and underwear, men’s and women’s suit separates, men’s and women’s sportswear, including woven and knit shirts, sweaters, bottoms and outerwear, and men’s and women’s accessories. These stores are targeted to the value-conscious consumer who looks for classically styled, moderately priced apparel.

Our IZOD stores offer men’s and women’s active-inspired sportswear, including woven and knit shirts, bottoms and activewear and men’s and women’s accessories. These stores primarily focus on golf, travel and resort clothing.

Our Bass stores offer casual and dress shoes for men, women and children. Most of our Bass stores also carry apparel for men and women, including tops, neckwear, bottoms and outerwear, as well as accessories such as handbags, wallets, belts and travel gear.

Licensing. We license our heritage brands globally for a broad range of products through approximately 40 domestic and 40 international license agreements covering approximately 145 territories combined. We believe that licensing provides us with a relatively stable flow of revenues with high margins and extends and strengthens our brands.

We grant licensing partners the right to manufacture and sell at wholesale specified products under one or more of our brands. In addition, certain foreign licensees are granted the right to open retail stores under the licensed brand name. A substantial portion of the sales by our domestic licensing partners is made to our largest wholesale customers. We provide support to our licensing partners and seek to preserve the integrity of our brand names by taking an active role in the design, quality control, advertising, marketing and distribution of each licensed product, most of which are subject to our prior approval and continuing oversight.

Our heritage brand licensing partners, and the products and territories licensed by them, include:

Licensing Partner Product Category and Territory Arvind Ltd. ARROW men’s and women’s dresswear, sportswear and accessories (India, Middle East, Ethiopia, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka and South Africa); IZOD men’s sportswear and accessories (India) Clearvision Optical Company, Inc. IZOD men’s and children’s optical eyewear and related accessories (United States) Cutie Pie Baby, Inc. IZOD newborn, infants’ and toddlers’ sportswear and outerwear; IZOD children’s outerwear (United States, Canada and Mexico) ECCE ARROW men’s and women’s dresswear, sportswear and accessories (France, Switzerland and Andorra) F&T Apparel LLC Van Heusen and ARROW boys’ dress furnishings and sportswear; IZOD boys’ sportswear; IZOD and ARROW boys’ and girls’ school uniforms; ARROW men’s tailored clothing; IZOD boys’ tailored clothing (United States and Canada) Gazal Apparel Pty Limited Van Heusen men’s dress furnishings, tailored clothing and accessories (Australia and New Zealand) Harbor Wholesale, Ltd. Bass and G.H. Bass & Co. wholesale footwear (worldwide); IZOD footwear (United States) Beijing Innovative Garments ARROW men’s dress furnishings, tailored clothing and sportswear (China) Knothe Apparel Group, Inc. IZOD men’s and boys’ sleepwear and loungewear (United States and Canada)
Madura Garments Van Heusen men’s and women’s dresswear, sportswear and accessories (India and Middle East) Manufacturas Interamericana S.A. ARROW men’s and women’s dresswear, sportswear and accessories (Chile, Peru, Argentina and Uruguay) Fashion Company S.A. Van Heusen men’s dress furnishings, tailored clothing, sportswear and accessories; IZOD men’s and women’s sportswear and accessories (Chile and Peru) Oracon Com. De Conf. LTDA ARROW men’s dresswear and sportswear (Brazil) Peerless Delaware, Inc. Van Heusen and IZOD men’s tailored clothing (United States and Mexico)
Seidensticker Private Label GmbH ARROW men’s dress shirts, sport shirts and neckwear (Europe) Thanulux Public Company, Ltd. ARROW men’s dress furnishings, tailored clothing, sportswear and accessories; ARROW women’s dresswear and sportswear (Thailand and Vietnam) Van Dale Industries, Inc. IZOD women’s intimates and sleepwear (United States and Canada); IZOD women’s accessories (United States) Weihai Dishang Fashion Brands Co., Ltd IZOD men’s and women’s sportswear and accessories (China)

Speedo, Warner’s and Olga. As part of the Warnaco acquisition we acquired the Warner’s and Olga women’s intimate apparel brands and a perpetual license with Speedo International Limited, the owner of such brand, that permits us to design, manufacture and market certain men’s, women’s and children’s swimwear, sportswear and related products under the Speedo trademark exclusively in the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean.

Speedo swimwear and accessories, including swim goggles, water-based fitness products, electronics and other swim and fitness-related products for adults and children, are distributed through all major distribution channels, sporting goods stores, team dealers, catalog retailers and the www.SpeedoUSA.com website.

Warner’s and Olga women’s intimate apparel is marketed at moderate to better price points and is primarily distributed in the United States, Mexico, Canada and the Caribbean through all major distribution channels.

   

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