Risk is more fashion companies (such as Indicted, but you must Boss), which focus on the middle class, those most revenues will decrease as a result of the consolidation of public finances.
For the middle class when buying clothes to show two trends - first, could paradoxically tend to make better clothes, which, while more stationary http://www.ezine9.us/article/rural-functional-clothing-sandals-for-girls
But has a much longer life and a little timelessness or vice versa could lead to a strong spillover demand from the mid-luxury brands (e.g. Boss) in the sector of fashion chains such as Zara or H & M.
Luxury brand in the truest sense much at risk are not millionaires and billionaire’s consolidation of public finances will not hurt too much.
Some Italian fashion brand for the last time made considerable debts due to the expansion of the world market. It could be that some disappeared? http://www.ezine9.us/article/the-future-of-the-fashion-industry-in-pakistan-latest-pakistani-dresses
I think it's mostly been renowned fashion houses such as Dolce and Gabbana, Prada, Zegna, etc.
Their customers are wealthy and strong positive preference for luxury and fashion; you will not have much reason to change.
These companies could lose the strong demand from the middle classes, with her could bring negative effects of tax increases due to the consolidation of public finances.
The Italian luxury companies would not worry. http://www.ezine9.us/article/renowned-fashion-designer-mehmood-bhatti-latest-fashion-trends
Luxury brand in the truest sense of power are not threatened, millionaires and billionaires consolidation of public finances will not hurt too much.
And how the situation developed fashion brands from corporations such as PPR, or Valentino Group?