NEW YORK — The WWD List, "Ad Hawk," that appeared Sept. 19 and featured the 20 biggest fashion and accessories advertisers in the U.S. for the first half of 2002, contained some data that was unclear or, in some cases, incorrect, according to...
NEW YORK — The WWD List, "Ad Hawk," that appeared Sept. 19 and featured the 20 biggest fashion and accessories advertisers in the U.S. for the first half of 2002, contained some data that was unclear or, in some cases, incorrect, according to several of the companies. The data was supplied by CMR, a Taylor Nelson Soffres company.The correct information below was provided by CMR or, where indicated, by the companies themselves.
2002: $195 million; 2001: $179 million
2002: $112.6 million; 2001: $117.6 million
*Polo Ralph Lauren
2002: $46.2 million; 2001: $38.5 million
Levi Strauss & Co.
2002: $38 million; 2001: $42.9 million
2002: $34.6 million; 2001: $49.7 million
Sara Lee Corp.
2002: $31.5 million; 2001: $22 million
2002: $31.3 million; 2001: $35.2 million
De Beers Consolidated Mines Ltd.
2002: $25.7 million; 2001; $24 million
*LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton
2002: $24 million; 2001: $14 million
2002: $12.5 million; 2001: $9.2 million
2002: $12.3 million; 2001: $7.9 million
2002: $12 million; 2001: $14 million
Skechers USA Inc.
2002: $11.5 million; 2001: $19.9 million
Tommy Hilfiger Corp.
2002: $10.9 million; 2001: $12.2 million
Giorgio Armani SpA
2002: $10.6 million; 2001: $11.9 million
Jones Apparel Group
2002: $9.6 million; 2001: $9.9 million
2002: $9.2 million; 2001: $11.8 million
Alfred Angelo Inc.2002: $6.2 million; 2001: $8.5 million
*Indicates company-supplied data. Other data supplied, as stated, by CMR.
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