Financial Results

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    ​CCC online sales nearly match physical store sales in Q2


    In the second quarter, CCC , the international Polish-based shoe manufacturer and retailer, saw its online sales nearly match those posted by its physical stores due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdowns. Nevertheless, the surge of the e-commerce business did not fully offset the slump ...

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    H&M unit Sellpy launches in Germany


    Sellpy , the Swedish online second-hand retailing service owned at about 70 percent by H M , is being launched in Germany, marking its first move outside its domestic market. In a joint statement, the companies indicated that sustainable consumption and a circular textile economy are an integral part ...

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    Jimmy Choo impairment weighs on Capri’s Q4 results


    The U.S. fashion group Capri Holdings , that owns Jimmy Choo , Michael Kors and Versace , posted a net loss of $551 million in the fourth fiscal quarter ended on March 28 compared to a net income of $19 million in the prior year. The bottom line was ...

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    Shoe Zone has reopened 416 stores out of 470


    The British footwear retailer Shoe Zone has reopened most of its store network, which is exiting the lockdown streamlined, as the company decided to permanently close 20 locations. Meanwhile, online sales were up by 32 percent in the fiscal first half.

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    Shoe Carnival’s online sales soar


    After a difficult first quarter, Shoe Carnival is experiencing a strong rebound in sales, so much so that it has issued a business update. For this second fiscal quarter, which began on May 6, so far comparable store sales have surged by 28.1 percent from the same period ...

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    Designer Brands misses expectations in Q1


    The Covid-19 pandemic has taken its toll on Designer Brands , the American shoe retailing group previously called DSW . It recorded significantly lower sales and heavy losses for its first quarter ended on May 2 – both worse than analysts’ expectations - hampered by strong markdowns and store closures ...

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    Boohoo buys two brands, Oasis and Warehouse


    In the wake of its capital increase, that raised £197.7 million (€220.8m-$248.0m) in gross proceeds on May 15, the U.K. online fashion retailer Boohoo has bought two brands, Oasis and Warehouse , for £5.25 million (€5.9m-$6.6m) from Hilco Capital . The two brands will be integrated onto Boohoo’s platform, ...

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    Genesco ends first quarter deep in the red


    Genesco , the parent company of shoe retail chains such as Journeys and Johnston Murphy in the U.S. and Schuh in the U.K., faced a $79.3 million impairment charge in the first fiscal quarter ended on May 2, and ended with a net loss of $134.7 million, against ...

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    Zara’s parent wants 25% of sales online within 2 years


    Inditex , the Spanish group that owns the brands Zara , Pull Bear , Massimo Dutti , Bershka , Stradivarius , Oysho , Zara Home and Uterqüe , wants online sales to represent over 25 percent of the total by 2022, compared with 14 percent in 2019, ...

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    Caleres to accelerate store closures as e-commerce surges


    The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a dramatic surge in the importance of e-commerce in Caleres ’ sales, representing about a third of the company’s revenues in its fiscal first quarter, and prompting it to accelerate the closure of some 160 stores by the end of 2021.

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    Steve Madden posts $17.5m loss in Q1


    After a great year in 2019, Steve Madden was hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and posted lower-than-expected results for the first quarter. The New York-based company recorded a net loss of $17.5 million, compared with a net income of $34.5 million for the year-ago quarter. Revenues decreased by ...

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    Ugg’s decline offset by Hoka One One and Teva at Deckers


    Despite headwinds from Covid-19, and a nearly 18 percent decline for Ugg , robust sales at Hoka One One  and Teva  helped limit the damage for Deckers Brands ’s revenues in its fourth fiscal quarter.

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    VF claims it can navigate through the Covid storm easily


    In releasing its financial results for the fourth quarter ended on March 31, the management of VF Corp. insisted that the company is in a better position than some of its competitors to navigate through the “storm” caused by the coronavirus pandemic for several reasons, including good liquidity, a ...

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    Another difficult quarter for Grendene


    After several quarters of declining sales, Grendene was starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel in the opening months of the year, but Covid-19 dashed its hopes. Results for the first quarter were disappointing for the Brazilian group, which owns brands such as Ipanema ...

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    Heavy losses for Yue Yuen


    As China struggled with the coronavirus outbreak early in the first quarter, Yue Yen Industrial Holdings was strongly impacted by government measures to contain the spread of the disease. The world’s largest shoe manufacturer posted a net loss of $56.3 million for the period, against net income of $75.5 ...

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    Tod’s very prudent as Q1 sales drop nearly 30%


    In the first quarter, Tod’s sales fell by 29.4 percent to €152.8 million due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and the company’s “very prudent” delivery policy, both toward its stores and wholesale clients. At constant currency rates, revenues fell by 29.7 percent. All the group’s brands and geographies ...

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    Ferragamo sees strong signs of recovery in China, South Korea


    Salvatore Ferragamo  swung to a net loss in the first quarter of the year, but it has seen strong signs of recovery in sales in China and South Korea since early May.

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    Puma posts a 1.5% drop in Q1


    Doing better than some competitors, Puma reported sales declines of only 1.5 percent in euros and 1.3 percent in local currencies during the first quarter, leading to a 61.6 percent drop in net earnings to €36.2 million on sales of €1,299.8 million, although the company started the year with ...

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    Tapestry books huge impairment charges for Stuart Weitzman


    Tapestry , the parent company of Stuart Weitzman, Coach and Kate Spade , reported strong losses for its third fiscal quarter ended April 30. Net loss reached $677 million, against a net income of $117 million for the year-ago period. This is mainly due to impairment charges of $267 million ...