Weak Traffic Slows Sales for Abercrombie & Fitch

Abercrombie & Fitch

Abercrombie & Fitch has posted earnings that came in ahead of analysts expectations in the second quarter, but weak traffic held back sales.

Guest Editorial: Inflation? Really, Where?

Jack Abelson

Jack Abelson: One only need check the mail to see why inflation will not be a problem in the near future: We have been a sale/rebate society for more than 30 years.

New & Novel Stores: Supply & Advise

Jonathan Eyal-FEATURED

Jonathan Eyal opened Supply & Advise in midtown Miami in June 2013. “We were searching for a permanent location, but decided to do something temporary timed for Art Basel.”

Billabong FY Loss Dips on Turnaround

Billabong 2014

Surfwear-led business Billabong International says its turnaround strategy is working after full-year losses were reduced and sales rose in Europe and Asia Pacific.

Guess to Close North America Stores as Q2 Profit Slides


Guess has said it will continue to rationalize its North America store portfolio after revealing a drop in second-quarter earnings and sales declines in all regions.

Charney Ousting from American Apparel – Update

American Apparel

The battle between American Apparel and ousted CEO Dov Charney appears to be gaining momentum. As the saga continues, just-style will keep you up to date with developments through our timeline.

Tilly’s Q2 Profit Slides and Cautious on Outlook


Tilly’s has reported a decline in second-quarter earnings due to continuing challenging market conditions, and offered a cautious outlook for its next quarter.

Brown Shoe Benefits from Realignment in Q2

Brown Shoe

Brown Shoe Company is continuing to benefit from its portfolio realignment efforts as it revealed growth in earnings and sales in its second-quarter.

Express Q2 Earnings and Sales Slide


Express Inc has booked a drop in second-quarter earnings and sales but said the opportunity remains to drive improvements in both in the second half.

Fitness Fashion Propels Athleta Towards $1bn Sales


Any talk of Gap Inc’s portfolio invariably focuses on its Gap, Banana Republic and Old Navy brands. But new number crunching suggests the company’s Athleta women’s athletic wear line is also gaining momentum.