Gap’s second quarter has proven to be mostly a continuation of the first, with negative results across nearly all segments of the business.
As usual, the latest results from L Brands show a tale of two companies: Bath & Body Works put in a blistering performance, while Victoria’s Secret lost ground.
At headline level, the latest Capri results looks to have been a good quarter for the fashion retail owner, with revenues up by a solid 11.9 per cent.
After a long run of fairly mediocre performance, Ralph Lauren has finally delivered a solid set of numbers.
The latest Amazon results are positive – but there is now a clear divergence in performance between the top and bottom lines.
Abercrombie & Fitch is on the right road to recovery.
The sudden departure of J Crew CEO Jim Brett worrying as it leaves the company leaderless at a time it desperately needs focus.
The Ralph Lauren results are “characteristic of a brand that is still not entirely confident about its place in the fashion world”.
The deep-seated problems at the Gap brand need to be resolved. And soon, says retail analyst Neil Saunders.
Tapestry growth continues to be boosted by the inclusion of Kate Spade data, masking the company’s true performance.
Positive comparable sales numbers indicate momentum at both the Abercrombie and Hollister brands for parent A&F.
Apple sales data shows tech giant “remains a phenomenal company, but it needs to regain the magic spark”.