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    Stuart Weitzman significantly reduces its losses


    In the fiscal third quarter ended on March 27, Stuart Weitzman managed to significantly cut its operating losses thanks to higher revenues and a reduction in expenses. The brand, which is owned by the American group Tapestry , posted net sales of $57 million for the quarter compared ...

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    Stuart Weitzman cuts expenses as sales fall


    In the fiscal second quarter ended on Dec. 26, Stuart Weitzman managed to lift its operating profit despite a decline in revenues thanks to aggressive cost savings. The brand, which is owned by the American group Tapestry , posted net sales of $85 million, down by 27 percent ...

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    ​Stuart Weitzman’s Q4 sales plummet to $33 million


    In the fiscal fourth quarter ended on June 27, Stuart Weitzman posted net sales of $33 million, down from $85 million in the same period of the prior year, largely due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. The brand, which is owned by the American group Tapestry ...

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    Tapestry’s CEO resigns less than a year in the job


    Jide Zeitlin , the chairman and chief executive of Tapestry , has resigned with immediate effect for personal reasons, less than one year after becoming CEO. Tapestry, a New York-based luxury goods house, owns the brands Coach , Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman. In September 2019, Zeitlin replaced ...

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    Stuart Weitzman exits Japan


    Stuart Weitzman , the luxury footwear brand that is part of the Tapestry group, will close all of its three directly operated stores in Japan before the end of August. The American brand, which opened its first Japanese shop in 2018 at Isetan’s department store in Tokyo, does not ...

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    ​Stuart Weitzman parent company reopens over 300 stores in North America


    Tapestry and Columbia Sportswear , like many other retailers, are reopening stores in North America, after U.S. sales of clothing and footwear fell by over 89 percent year-on-year in April due to the lockdown imposed to combat the Covid-19 pandemic.

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    Stuart Weitzman continues to decline


    Tapestry said that Stuart Weitzman ’s sales fell by 7 percent to $116 million in the fiscal second quarter ended on Dec. 28. At constant currency rates, the decline narrowed to 6 percent. This came after declines of 9 and 8 percent for the footwear brand in the first quarter. ...

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    Another CEO for Stuart Weitzman


    Eraldo Poletto will quit on March 1 as chief executive and brand president of Stuart Weitzman , the American footwear company owned by the Tapestry group, to be replaced by Giorgio Sarné . The group, formerly called Coach , acquired Stuart Weitzman in 2015 for more than $530 million, but ...