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America's 20 Most Successful Fashion Brands

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1. Old Navy
> Founded: 1994
> Parent Company: The Gap Inc.
> What it sells: Casual clothes
> Stores worldwide: 1,080
> Revenue: $7.23 billion

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2. Victoria’s Secret
> Founded: 1977
> Parent Company: L Brands Inc.
> What it sells: Lingerie, undergarments
> Stores worldwide: 1,200
> Revenue: $7.38 billion

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3. American Eagle Outfitters
> Founded: 1977
> Parent Company: American Eagle Outfitters Inc.
> What it sells: Denim, casual apparel
> Stores worldwide: 1,047
> Revenue: $3.79 billion

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4. Gap
> Founded: 1969
> Parent Company: The Gap Inc.
> What it sells: Casual apparel aimed at youth
> Stores worldwide: 1,278
> Revenue: $5.32 billion

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5. Coach
> Founded: 1941
> Parent Company: Tapestry Inc.
> What it sells: Handbags, accessories
> Stores worldwide: 987
> Revenue: $4.22 billion

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