Forbes has released its annual list of “the World’s Most Valuable Brands.” A mix of technology companies (Apple nabbed the top spots for the fifth year in a row, worth $145.3 billion, followed by Microsoft worth $69.3 billion and Google coming in at number 3 with a value of $65.6), food and beverage cos. (Coca-Cola is number 4 on the list and McDonalds is number 6), fashion brands, and others, the list spans 15 countries across 20 broad industry categories. According to a statement from the magazine, Forbes “required brands to have at least some presence in the U.S., which knocked out big brands like Chinese internet giant Tencent and multinational telecom firm Vodafone. Forbes valued these brands on three years of earnings and allocated a percentage of those earnings based on the role brands play in each industry, e.g., high for luxury goods and beverages, low for airlines and oil companies.” Here is how the fashion brands fared …

#14. Louis Vuitton, worth $28.1 billion. (down 6% from last year) — Revenue: $10.1B.

#18. Nike, worth $26.3 billion. (up 19% from last year) — Revenue: $28.3B.

# 33. H&M, worth $15.3 billion. (down 9% from last year) — Revenue: $21.2B.

#42. Gucci, worth $12.4 billion. (down 1% from last year) — Revenue: $4.5B.

#51. Hermès, worth $10.6 billion. (down 2% from last year) — Revenue: $5.3B.

#55. Cartier, worth $9.6 billion. (up 14% from last year) — Revenue: $6.5B.

#58. Zara, worth $9.4 billion. (down 7% from last year) — Revenue: $14.8B.

#63. Coach, worth $8.6 billion. (down 3% from last year) — Revenue: $4.5B.

#65. Rolex, worth $8.3 billion. (up 8% from last year) — Revenue: $6.4B.

#74. Prada, worth $7.3 billion. (down 9% from last year) — Revenue: $3.7B.

#83. Adidas, worth $6.8 billion. (down 14% from last year) — Revenue: $14.9B.

#85. Chanel, worth $6.8 billion. (down 4% from last year) — Revenue: $5.4B.

#89. Ralph Lauren, worth $6.6 billion. (down 1% from last year) — Revenue: $7.1B.

IMAGE COURTESY OF LOUIS VUITTON.