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Best Western Clothing Brands in Pakistan

There are Numbers of National and international clothing and other accessories brands in Pakistan today we will discuss the details of western brands in Pakistan. We will discuss all the men’s clothing brands. These top clothing brands for men are more demanding in not only in Pakistan but internationally also. Women clothing kids clothing, footwear etc. are also on top demand of these brands. Lets have a look at the list.

  1. Puma
  2. Pepe Jeans
  3. Nike
  4. Next
  5. Mango
  6. Mothercare
  7. Levis
  8. Giordano
  9. Dockers
  10. Adidas

1.     Puma:

Under the Puma brand, Puma SE is a German multinational corporation that designs and manufactures sports and casual footwear, clothing, and accessories, headquartered in Herzogenor, Bavaria, Germany. Puma is the world's third-largest manufacturer of sporting goods.

The company was founded in 1948 by Rudolf Dessler. In 1924, Rudolph and his brother Adolf "Adi" Dassler co-founded the Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik (Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory). Relationships between the two brothers deteriorated until they agreed to a divorce in 1948, forming two separate companies, Adidas and Puma. Both companies are currently based in Herzogenwich, Germany.

Puma has been a public company since 1986 and is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. French luxury group Kering (formerly called PPR) owns 9.8%, the largest shareholder Kering Groupe Artemis owns 29% share capital . Since July 1, 2013, the company has been headed by former football professional Bjorn Gulden (Chief Executive Officer).

As of 2017, Puma SE has more than 13,000 people worldwide and distributes its products in more than 120 countries.

2.     Pepe jeans:

Pepe Jeans was founded in 1973 by three brothers running a weekend kiosk at Portobello Road Market in London, then expanded to Carnaby Street in the 1980s and then to Europe.

In 1988, Pep Jeans belonged to Arun, Nitin, and Milan Shah.

In February 2015, Pepe Jeans and Hackett London (part of Pepe Jeans Group) were acquired by the Lebanese M1 Group and its subsidiary LVMH L Capital Asia. The companies were previously owned by Torreal Funds (31%), Artá Capital (16.4%), L Capital Europe (11.5%), and its managers.

In 2015, Pepe Jeans announced that the group was adding a new brand, Norton Clothing, a tribute to the British motorcycle brand founded in 1898.

In September 2019, Marcella Wartenberg became the CEO of Pep Jeans Group.

3.     Nike:

Nike is an American multinational corporation that designs, manufactures, and markets shoes, clothing, and accessories worldwide. The company is headquartered in the Portland metropolitan area near Burton, Oregon.

It is the world's largest supplier of sports shoes and clothing, as well as sporting goods. Is a major manufacturer, with revenues of over $ 37.4 billion in fiscal year 2020 (ending May 31, 2020). By 2020, it employs 76,700 people worldwide. The brand was valued at over $ 32 billion, making it one of the most valuable brands in sports companies. Nike ranks 89th on the Corporation's Fortune 500 list.

4.     Next:

Next plc (in the style of Next) is a British multinational retailer of clothing, footwear, and household goods, headquartered in Anderby, England. It has about 700 stores, of which about 500 are located in the UK and about 200 in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.

 It is followed by the largest textile retailer in the UK in terms of sales, surpassing Marks & Spencer in early 2012 [5] and 2014. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is part of the FTSE 100 Index.

5.     Mango:

Pinto Fa, SL, which trades as Mango, is a Spanish clothing design and manufacturing company owned by brothers Isaac Andek and Nachman Andek, based in Barcelona, Spain. Mango is a world-renowned multinational company. Which designs manufactures and sells women's and men's clothing and accessories.

In September 2020, the company launched its Teen Mango Tan line through a pop-up store at Rambla de Cataunya, 76, with a tick-tock stage for consumers in Barcelona. Also available on Line Mango's official website.

In early 2021, Mango launched a new Mediterranean-style store concept to meet the highest environmental standards.

6.     Mothercare:

Mothercare plc is a British retailer specializing in products for pregnant mothers and products for children under eight. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is part of the FTSE Small Cap Index.

Mothercare subsidiaries in the UK had more than 150 stores in 2017, but by 2019 the number had dwindled to 79, and in November 2019 the subsidiary was transferred to management, which closed all stores. Boots continue to sell products under the Mother Care brand, and the parent company continues to supply franchises to other countries.

7.     Levis:

Levi Strauss & Co., the world's largest trouser company, has distinguished itself by the name of Levi's (Registered Trademark) with its blue jeans. Its other products include pants, jackets, hats, shirts, skirts, and belts, and licenses to manufacture new items. The company is headquartered in San Francisco.

The company dates back to Levi Strauss (1829–1902), a Bavarian immigrant who arrived in San Francisco in 1850 during a gold rush to bring dry goods to miners. Hearing of the miners' need for strong trousers, Strauss hired a tailor to embroider clothes from the tent. Later, denim was replaced, and copper rivets were inserted into the seams of the pockets. The Strauss Society and its two brothers, Jonas and Louis, were founded in 1853.

After Strauss's death in 1902, the management of the company passed to the four nephews, and after 1918 to the matchmakers, the Haas family. The company's most impressive growth came after 1946 when it decided to abandon wholesale and focus on making clothes under its own brand. By the 1960s, Levi's and other jeans, once worn mostly by American cowboys, had become popular around the world. When the company went public in 1971, it operated in 50 countries. 

8.     INC:

It can be very difficult to find a single brand that makes all kinds of clothes. Inc., A South African brand that has decided to fight adversity and fill the "all in one" place in the clothing market. Initially, they were known for making great simple products, such as plain kami or plain t-shirts.

They then dropped him off the park with their blazers and sweaters. Today, Inc. is a brand that offers literally every type of clothing you can find, from casual t-shirts and highly intricately designed t-shirts, to all kinds of pants, to children's and teens' clothing. , As well as all kinds of clothing. For retirees!

9.     Giordano:

Giordano International Limited is an international retailer of men's, women's and children's clothing and accessories in Hong Kong, founded in 1981 by Jimmy Lee. Founded in 1981, Giordano now has more than 8,000 employees, with more than 2,400 stores operating in more than 30 countries and regions around the world.

The company is headquartered in Tin On Industrial Building, Cheung Sha Wan, Cologne.

The company now operates worldwide, including Hong Kong, the Philippines, Taiwan, China, Macau, South Korea, the Middle East, Brunei, Singapore, Malaysia, Mauritius, Thailand, Bangladesh, Australia, Canada, Russia, Japan, and Indonesia. Works Yanma, Vietnam, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Mongolia, India, Georgia, France, Zambia, South Africa, Cambodia. Jimmy Lai's relationship with the company ended in 1996. Dr. Peter Lau Kwok is the current chairman and CEO of Quinn Company.

10.    Dockers:

Dockers Levi Strauss & Co. Is an American brand of clothing and accessories.

Levi Strauss & Co., which then specialized in denim, introduced the Dockers brand in 1986. Dockers has become a leading brand of business casual wear for men under the leadership of Bob Siegel . In 1987, doctors introduced the women's line. The Dockers brand was introduced in Europe in 1993 under the leadership of Joe Middleton.

Doctors make belts, pants, leather wallets, shoes, and other clothes.

11.    Adidas:

Adidas is a German multinational corporation headquartered and headquartered in Herzegovina, Bavaria, which designs and manufactures footwear, clothing, and accessories. It is the largest manufacturer of sports equipment in Europe and the second-largest in the world after Nike. 

The holding company is Adidas Group, which includes sportswear company Reebok, 8.33% stake in German football club Bayern München and Austrian company Runtastic, which specializes in fitness technology. Adidas had revenue of 21.915 billion euros in 2018

The three straps are Adidas trademarks used as a marketing guide in the company's clothing and footwear designs. The branding, which Adidas bought from the Finnish sports company Karhu Sports in 1952 for 1,600 euros and the equivalent of two bottles of whiskey, was so successful that Dessler described Adidas as a "three-lane company".