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Banjo & Matiltda, Inc. (BANJ) Participates in a Booming Luxury Apparel Market

August 1, 2014

Located four miles east of the central business district in Sydney is one of Australia’s most famous beaches in the suburb of New South Wales, known as Bondi Beach. The beach is famous for festivals and events such as the Miss Bondi beauty pageant. The word ‘Bondi’ comes from an Aboriginal word meaning ‘noise breaking water over rocks,’ which gives some idea of the iconic imagery of that region. The area has risen so far in popularity that it is now a trendsetter in fashion, and Banjo & Matilda is capturing that beach culture lifestyle trend and bringing it to the world.

Best known as the designer, producer, and marketer of premium contemporary woman’s knitwear, Banjo & Matilda’s line of luxury apparel is now being stocked in a wide range of higher end retailers including Net-a-porter, ShopBop, Intermix, Neiman Marcus, Harvey Nichols, Kadawe in Berlin, Trilogy in UK and many more. The company’s product offerings include sweaters, cardigans, scarves, dresses, skirts, pants, sleepwear, and footwear; plus crew neck, vee neck, turtle neck, and travel garments.

The luxury and premium apparel market continues to be a sweet spot of growth for the $1.02 trillion fashion industry. This has been true for well over a decade and is expected to be true for the foreseeable future. A global strategist at Citigroup, Ajay Kapar, published a memo in 2005 to the private wealth management division titled “Plutonomy: Buying Luxury, Explaining Imbalances”, and the paper has literally become a cult economics classic. Essentially Ajay pointed out that the U.S., United Kingdom and Canada have become key plutonomies. In other words, with plutonomies the rich absorb a disproportionate chunk of the economy and have a massive impact on reported aggregate numbers like savings rates, current account deficits, consumption levels, and so forth. He then put together a hypothetical Plutonomy Stock Basket and noted it outperformed MSCI AC World Index by 6.8% per year since 1985.

For instance, if you owned the Italian luxury jewelry, watch, and fragrance company Bulgari, you nearly doubled your money over the past four and a half years. The Switzerland based luxury goods company, Richemont Brands, likewise did the same. Luxury handbags manufacturer Michael Kors has seen its stock rise 27.1% over the past year. While the poor and lower middle class have become extremely price sensitive, driving sales and stock valuations of companies like Dollar Tree and Family Dollar, the ‘aspiring to be rich’ middle class and the upper class elites have increased their spending on luxury goods consistently. In its July 30, 2014 earnings report, Kerings SA reported second-quarter revenue that exceeded analysts’ estimates as surging demand for Saint Laurent dresses.

As an upper middle class grows in the Asia Pacific region, the luxury product sales are expected to break through $318 billion. The premium area of fashion has always been unique in that it depends very highly and strictly on marketing and promotion to sell to a highly specified group of people. Luxury goods have always been about fulfilling an emotional need for prestige and a heightening of individualism. Banjo & Matilda has been capturing and fulfilling that emotional needs niche and have rapidly gained success with their line of playful 100% cashmere sweaters. Banjo & Matilda’s promotional abilities have been demonstrated as the company developed a strong celebrity following that includes well-known names like Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Miranda Kerr, Elle Macpherson, Nicole Richie, and Dianne Kruger.

The luxury apparel market is expected to globally grow at a consistent rate of 3 to 5% a year with the key drive or growth being the affluent U.S. shopper as well as those in developing markets. As the luxury apparel market is highly fragmented, Banjo & Matilda is a ground floor opportunity poised to capture market share.

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Banjo & Matilda, Inc. (BANJ) Australian Beach Lifestyle Brand of Knits Poised to Score Big Wins in North American Markets

July 25, 2014

Banjo & Matilda has won over a fast-growing following of consumers who are attracted to the carefree luxury beach lifestyle that is embodied in the company’s brand of premium quality knitwear and finer multi-ply cashmere basics. Emblematic of the company’s profile are facts like the material for their cashmere being ethically sourced from the incredibly soft undercoat of tiny Mongolian goats that only produce on average as little as 150 grams of this superb material each year. This level of concern for the sourcing and quality of the product resonates profoundly with the intended audience and has set up the brand to perform nicely as they roll out into more and more retail locations globally.

The company’s unique and attractive brand of knitwear cut its teeth and grew out of the popular Bondi Beach/Bondi Bay scene in Sydney, NSW, Australia. The name of the town and its surrounding suburb is practically synonymous with a trendy, up-scale (yet relaxed) beach lifestyle and Bondi Beach is widely known amongst Aussies from being featured in TV and film, as well as being home to a number of noteworthy celebrities and personalities. Australia’s top international short film festival, Flickerfest (think Cannes on the beach), even takes place at Bondi every year and the locale has become known as a kind of Mecca for surfers, exuding an almost Zen-like aura.

Banjo & Matilda’s focus on articles of clothing spun from the very best natural silks and organic cotton, which not only encapsulate the laid back Bondi Beach lifestyle as a brand, but also represent a conscious consumer choice that runs counter to the planned obsolescent world of fast fashion, is a particularly good niche marketing decision. The consumer in the primary target markets wants a lovable piece that can endure the passage of time with grace and which also represents a sustainable approach to textile manufacturing.

Banjo & Matilda has grown quickly from their origins in Australia, but they still maintain their design studios in Sydney, from which the company churns out a stunning array of new collections every season, lovingly designed to capture the imagination of shoppers. Today, BANJ’s selection of tops (cardigans, crew/vee necks, hoodies, turtleneck and statement sweaters), bottoms (pants and jumpsuits) and accessories (scarves, sleepwear and travel wear), are available all around the world from New York and Germany, to New Delhi and the Middle East, prominently featured at leading retailers such as Neiman Marcus, Harvey Nichols, Intermix, and David Jones.

The decidedly uncomplicated, yet opulent hand-crafted lifestyle brand clothing from BANJ really managed to make some killer waves during their latest Fall/Winter season, with record sales of $897k (reported July 8) and a 63% jump from the prior year’s Fall/Winter season. Thanks in large part to a successful retail distribution expansion from just 18 stores during the same period in the preceding year, to 129 stores as of late June, these latest sales figures are a glowing hallmark of where the brand is headed.

Powerful organic demand for the company’s “luxe casual” lifestyle brand offerings has really accelerated retailer traction for BANJ and the company also tapped top U.S. fashion agency, HATCH, to help increase throughput across North American markets even more. Already influential to sale and distribution growth, this move by HATCH and BANJ should lead to even greater brand presence in North America during the remaining 11 months of the campaign and particular emphasis will be paid to optimizing penetration into the Canadian retail space, seen by the duo as a real growth area. HATCH is known for working with some of the hottest, most unique designers in contemporary fashion today and the marriage to BANJ on this campaign feels as natural as the company’s clothing.

The Banjo & Matilda label’s exposure is set to grow by leaps and bounds in the U.S. over the next year or so and investors will want to keep an eye on the company for further indications of their distribution footprint’s expansion, as well as expressions of their ability to successfully connect with and win over a well-defined demographic, represented by continued sales growth.

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Banjo & Matilda, Inc. (BANJ) Sweater Exchange Initiative Passionate About Giving Back

July 18, 2014

Banjo & Matilda, a premium fashion lifestyle brand, has announced its annual Australian Sweater Exchange with intentions to roll the initiative out on a global scale. Info about the exchange can be found at www.thesweaterexchange.com.

The Sweater Exchange, established in 2011 and founded by Banjo & Matilda Co-Founders Belynda & Ben Macpherson, helps homeless and displaced women and children across Australia through the re-distribution of their sweaters during winter months. The initiative has helped thousands since its inception.

The Sweater Exchange started with after Co-Founder and Creative Director Belynda Macpherson read an article that every night across Australia over 50,000 women, many with children, are homeless. The impact on her was profound. It was at this point where the idea of providing luxury sweaters and knitwear for those more fortunate than these displaced and homeless women was conceived. Belynda could see how her business could make a positive difference in the lives of these people.

Belynda Macpherson notes, “We launched the Sweater Exchange in 2011 wanting to fuse philanthropy and fashion in a benevolent way. I wanted to make the initiative more inclusive than most charity projects however by having a call-to-action that didn’t involve donating money. The idea of donating your pre-loved sweaters – or literally the clothes off your back – resonated with our brand and also our community at large. Anyone able to afford a new sweater, would have to have an older one in their cupboard, thus the charity was born. It has been so successful to date, I think because no exchange of money is involved and it’s a genuine kindness that is the motivating factor, and we make it easy by providing a $50 gift voucher to spend in our online store. We plan to roll it out in other major cities like New York, London and Germany over the coming years.”

Since its beginning, The Sweater Exchange has been supported by many who are passionate about the cause and the initiative that addresses it. Celebrities such as Elle Macpherson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Nicole Richie and Miranda Kerr and others have donated to the exchange and helped promote the initiative over the years.

Banjo & Matilda, Inc. is a rising Australian premium lifestyle brand, best known as a designer, producer and marketer of premium contemporary woman’s knitwear. Inspired by the iconic Bondi Beach surroundings of its creative studios, Banjo& Matilda launched its first knitwear collection in 2008.

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Luxury Mega-Trend a Perfect Fit for Australian Fashion Brand Banjo & Matilda (BANJ)

July 17, 2014

Whether intentional or not, writer and aviator Antoine de Saint-Exupery delved the core of modern consumerism when he said, “There is only one true luxury, and that is the luxury of human relations.”

What successful brand is without a base of consumers that believes the brand is aligned with or meets their personal perception of luxury? Whether it’s the product itself, the purchase, or the item’s value as a means to something else, the luxury consumer is looking for a satisfying relationship with their purchase.

An interesting shift in consumerism is subtly demanding a change in the retail industry’s definition of luxury, however. There was a time when “old luxury” was displayed by ownership of products of stature such as mansions, visible branding, expensive cars and extravagant jewelry. Now, a new class of consumers increasingly shows a preference for individuality and self-expression rather than status symbol.

This “new luxury” encompasses products and services with higher levels of quality and taste than conventional goods in the category, but ones are not so expensive as to be out of reach.

Scott Keogh, CMO of Aui America defines the paradigm as follows: “Old Luxury is traditionally grounded in Europe. A Swiss watch, high quality, a traditional definition of prestige. New Luxury is evoking a ‘West Coast’ sensibility a more casual attitude … a sense of Zen and spirit.”

The Luiss Business School, Italy, describes new luxury as one that “means taking care of yourself, loving yourself, in order to improve your quality of life and personal satisfaction. It is a more personal experience than a social one, more and more available for a huge amount of people.”

An emerging beacon of this shift is the Australian fashion brand Banjo & Matilda, whose collection displays an eclectic blend of city and sand, mega-fashion and individuality. Founded in Bondi Beach, Australia, the brand launched its first knitwear collection in 2008, featuring cashmere sweaters designed as discreetly luxurious but that captured the freedom of a beach lifestyle.

Today, Banjo & Matilda’s collection maintains the brand’s initial focus, spun from premium natural yarns such as fine cashmere, silk and organic cotton, distanced from the concept of “fast-fashion” by demonstrating sustainability, longevity and endurance.

Banjo & Matilda’s target demographic is the consumer population seeking “new luxury,” showing an interest in quality of life and purpose rather than bold social stature. Founders Belynda and Ben Machpherson flagged and acted on the massive shifts from consumptive luxury branded goods (Gucci, Louise Vuitton, Prada) and disposable imitation fashion toward authentic, well-priced products with prices below old luxury but above fast-fashion.

The label is rapidly growing a loyal global following, available at more than 100 retail outlets, leading department and specialty stores such as Neiman Marcus, Net-a-porter, Harvey Nichols, ShopBop, Revolve, Stanley Korshaks, David Jones, Intermix, and in additional department and specialty stores in the U.S., UK, Europe, Middle East, Asia and Australia.

The MacPhersons have not only recognized the shift in consumer perception of luxury, they have demonstrated their ability to steer a luxury brand through the changing waters of mega-fashion to the shore of success and consumer acceptance.

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Banjo & Matilda, Inc. (BANJ) Steadfast Ocean Lifestyle Fashion Strategy Points to Global Growth

July 9, 2014

Banjo & Matilda, Paddington, Australia, was founded in Bondi Beach Australia and started its first knitwear collection in 2008. The collection included three cashmere styles woven in a business model aimed at creating an Australian beach-lifestyle sweater market.

Founders Belynda and Ben Macpherson wanted to create sweaters that were luxurious and fit the freedom of their beach lifestyle in a range of quality knitwear. The result became sweaters manufactured from premium, natural yarns like fine cashmere, silk, and organic cotton. The appeal would embody the opposite of fast-fashion in sustainability and longevity.

With a mindset of benevolence is the new luxury, Banjo & Matilda embarked on The Sweater Exchange in 2009. Partnering with Mission Australia, The Sweater Exchange collects previously owned sweaters from its global customer base and gives them to underprivileged women and children once per year. Belynda Macpherson says, By virtually giving the clothes off your back we facilitate an attitude of giving back which becomes more and more important for our generation and the generations of our children.

Globally recognized for their statement sweaters and cashmere basics, Banjo & Matildas produces new knitwear collections each season while shipping their products everywhere from New York to New Delhi from their design studios in Sydney, Australia. Stocked at recognized international retailers such as Net-a-Porter, Shopbop, Harvey Nichols London, Neiman Marcus, Intermix New York, David Jones Australia and major department stores in Germany and the Middle East, Banjo & Matilda continues to experience growth by adding new customers daily. With its emphasis on quality, BANJ cashmere sweaters are spun with natural and ethically sourced yarns from goats in the mountains of Inner Mongolia.

The company is actively seeking to add channel partners through its affiliate program. The invitation only arrangement is described in detail on its award winning website. Candidates are expected to have a first-class, fashion-forward website to be considered.

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Banjo & Matilda, Inc. (BANJ) Attains New Wholesale Sales Record

July 8, 2014

Today before the opening bell, emerging Australian lifestyle brand Banjo & Matilda reported its attainment of record wholesale sales of $897,000, a 63% increase in sales over last year’s pre-fall and pre-winter seasons. The Australian lifestyle company also reported an increase in the number of retail outlets stocking its fashion merchandise. As of June 26, 2014, the company’s product selections were available in 129 stores, up 617% from 18 stores in the same season of last year.

Among the retailers offering its fashion merchandise selection are major department and specialty premium stores including Net-a-porter; ShopBop; Intermix; Neiman Marcus; Harvey Nichols; Kadawe in Berlin; Trilogy in UK; and many others.

Ben Macpherson, Chief Executive Officer, stated, “As expected our sales continue to increase as retailers around the world adopt the brand and grow our distribution. Ultimately the rise in wholesale distribution through premium retailers is a result of consumer demand for our ‘lux casual’ lifestyle products and brand. We expect this momentum to continue as we build and develop a global network of premier retail partners that carry Banjo & Matilda.”

Banjo & Matilda’s pre-fall fashion product line was made available in stores as well as online on June 30, 2014. A rapidly growing Australian lifestyle company, Banjo & Matilda is best known for its work as a designer, producer, and marketer of premium contemporary woman’s knitwear. Having launched its standout knitwear collection in 2008, the company is quickly gaining traction as an emerging fashion luxury brand.

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Banjo & Matilda (BANJ) Rides Aussie Beach Lifestyle Waves to Record Revenue

June 30, 2014

Founded virtually on the sands of Bondi Beach, a world famous surfer’s paradise in New South Wales, Australia, Banjo & Matilda’s initial mission sounded sublimely simple: To take the Australian beach-lifestyle, described by Daily Vogue as “sun-kissed, athletic and effortless,” to the world.

Creating a line of iconic apparel embodying the style, beauty and casually elegant culture of what is frequently called the “quintessential Australian beach” was not, by a record-breaking Bomb A wave shot, as simple as it sounded. The young company’s co-founders, Belynda and Ben Macpherson, knew they had to do more than simply produce an alternative to expensive-but-still-ordinary clothing. They had to “encapsulate the freedom and uncomplicated, yet discreetly luxurious, Australian Bondi Beach lifestyle” in their designs, and execute them with topnotch quality and integrity.

Opulent, sensual, hand-crafted sweaters, they believed, were the perfect product line with which to launch the new venture. Sweaters did more than just “capture the freedom of the beach lifestyle — the freshness of the ocean, warmth of the sand, and soulfulness of the surf.” They could also be made of the finest natural, organic, and sustainable materials — elegant multi-ply cashmere from Mongolia, premium silk, and organic cotton. All selected, the Macphersons said, to be the opposite of “fast-fashion in sustainability, longevity, endurance, and lovability.”

“Cashmere keeps you cool [in summer] and warm in the winter months,” Belynda Macpherson says. “It will brighten up any day.”

Not to mention the electrifying effect it can have on a graph or spreadsheet. Now offering a full line of predominately cashmere pants, tops, dresses, sleepwear, hoodies, and accessories as well as their ever-expanding line of “beachy statement” fun-fashion sweaters, Banjo & Matilda revenues jumped 81.3 percent to $1,724,181 in fiscal 2013.

By mid-2013, having reached the outer limits of what they could achieve as a private firm, the Macphersons decided to go public in the United States to, the company said, “fund expansion and growth, and position us to benefit from current and future opportunities.”

Company CEO Ben Macpherson, a self-described “serial entrepreneur,” has also indicated that one of his key goals in bringing Banjo & Matilda to the market is to position the company for an APO (Alternative Public Offering), which could potentially offer significant timeline and equity-building advantages relative to a traditional IPO.

“As we celebrate our public listing and welcome new investors into the Banjo & Matilda family,” Macpherson continued, “it’s important to note that I believe this is just the beginning … by combining our unique designs and Australian beach-lifestyle heritage, and our approach to making beautiful products from the best materials and as sustainably as possible, we believe Banjo & Matilda fulfills a unique and very large segment of the global fashion and lifestyle market. Certainly to date our success is a very strong indicator that this is true.”

Already carried in stores and online by important international retailers such as Neiman Marcus, Harvey Nichols London, Stanley Korshaks, Net-a-Porter, Intermix New York, David Jones Australia, and major department and specialty stores in the U.S., UK, Europe, Middle East, and Australia, B&M increased the number of retail outlets carrying its garments by 122 percent in Q1. Based upon forward wholesale orders received, it expects to expand that number by more than 400 percent by the end of Q3.

In June 2014, the company appointed HATCh, Inc., a leading US West Coast based fashion sales showroom to help the company manage and expand its distribution in the North American market.

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Banjo & Matilda, Inc. (BANJ) is “One to Watch”

June 24, 2014

Banjo & Matilda is an emerging Australian lifestyle brand known globally for its fun sweaters and luxe cashmere basics. Big on quality and small on pretense, the company’s cashmere sweaters are spun with natural and ethically sourced yarns from goats in the highest mountains of Inner Mongolia, putting a little bespoke love into each garment with their signature XX logo hand-stitched into each right-hand corner.

Founders Belynda and Ben Macpherson wanted to create sweaters that were not only discreetly luxurious, but also captured the freedom of their lifestyle by the beach—the freshness of the ocean, warmth of the sand and soulfulness of the surf—in a range of knitwear made with supreme quality and integrity. The result being sweaters spun from the most premium of natural yarns such as fine cashmere, silk and organic cotton but supporting the opposite of “fast-fashion” in sustainability, longevity, endurance and lovability.

The brand, which has a rapidly growing loyal following, is quickly being stocked in important major and specialty retailers around the world, including Net-a-Porter, Shopbop, Harvey Nichols London, Neiman Marcus, Intermix New York, David Jones Australia and major department stores in Germany and the Middle East. Apparel is also shipped in other locations of the world through Banjo Matilda’s online store to loyal customers from Bondi to New Delhi.

Banjo & Matilda’s long-term vision is to grow distribution similarly to peers in the industry such as Vince Holding Corp. (NYSE: VNCE), which is now in more than 2,100 retail outlets, and Zadig & Voltair, which shares a similar growth pattern to the company. In just one quarter this year, Banjo & Matilda increased the number of retail outlets “doors” stocking its products by 122%. By September, the company is expected to increase the number of outlets by 433% from Q4 2013 based upon forward wholesale orders received.

For more information about Banjo & Matilda, please visit: www.banjoandmatilda.com

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