When shopping, how many of you put a second to the places you’re shopping other than looking for something nice to wear. Do you know where these brands are based, where they source their clothing from and how much these brands are actually worth?

You may visit these stores weekly, monthly or even once in a blue moon, but how many of you actually know who owns these fashion giants. Did you realise a number are actually owned by the same holding companies and that some of these businesses are owned staggering amounts.

Investigating these high street kingpins, My Voucher Codes have an interesting infographic which shows the biggest high street fashion brands, you can see some of our favourite brands actually are only really owned by 3 main holding companies, their net income and brands under the umbrellawhich you can see here.

H&M Group – £1.7b

  • H&M
  • Cos
  • Cheap Monday
  • Weekday
  • & Other Stories

Inditex – £903m

  • Zara
  • Zara Home
  • Bershka
  • Massimo Dutti
  • Pull & Bear
  • Stradivarius
  • Oysho
  • Uterque

Arcadia Group – 205.1m

  • Burton
  • Topshop/Topman
  • Miss Selfridge
  • Dorothy Perkins
  • Wallis
  • Evans
  • Outfit

It’s not only established highstreets brands which are on their way up, new to the market are some fantastic online only brands taking fashion by storm :

Kamani Family – £9m

  • Boohoo
  • Pretty Little Thing

As well as those featured in the infographic and the My Voucher Codes research is online retailing ASOS. They have a very big online presence delivering worldwide selling a number of the brands featured above as well as their own ranges and designer clothing.