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Madewell brand : possible introduction en bourse

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Madewell brand en bourse cette année J. Crew annonce la très probable introduction en bourse de Madewell brand J. Crew a annoncé hier qu'il envisageait de transformer sa marque Madewell en une offre publique initiale qui se déroulera plus tard cette année. Lire la suite de l'article original < sur dn-mag.com : cliquez

Maus Frères to buy Paris fashion label The Kooples

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[M&A] Swiss fashion and retail company Maus Frères, which owns brands like Lacoste, Gant and Aigle, is in discussions to buy Paris-based fashion label The Kooples. Meanwhile, French investment company Eurazeo has sold its 4.8 percent stake in Italian outdoor label Moncler for around $505 million, generating an internal return

Prada shares tumbled down last Monday

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Prada shares tumbled down 11% Monday on Hong Kong stock exchange as investors worried about the brand's performance in China. Overall, Prada sales in greater China increased 8% last year but the company experienced a slowdown during the second semester in Hong Kong and Macau. Chinese tourists are reducing their spending because

Fashion and retail industry’s nightmare

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Victoria's Secret owner L Brands (LB) was the fourth worst stock, falling 59%. Victoria's Secret CEO Jan Singer resigned in November amid a sales slump and competition from young companies challenging the brand's grip on the lingerie industry. Victoria's Secret has been struggling to keep up with changing consumer tastes. Flashy

PVH to buy Gazal Corp

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PVH to buy Gazal Corp. [M&A] PVH Corp, the parent company of Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger among others, is buying its licensing partner in Australia, Gazal Corp, for AU$124 million (approx. €77.58 million). The deal, which still needs to be approved, will see PVH acquire the remaining 78 percent of Gazal

David Jones Plunging profits

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David Jones Plunging profits. [Retail & Commerce] Things continue to get worse for Australian department store David Jones. The store, which has been owned by South Africa's Woolworths Holdings since 2014, saw profits fall nearly 30 percent in the six months ended December 23, 2018 to AU$47 million (approx. €29.4 million).

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