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Designer Brands Lifts Outlook On Q2 Beat

Designer Brands, Inc. raised its EPS guidance for the year after reporting sales and earnings topped Wall Street’s targets in the second quarter ended July 30. Comparable sales for the parent of DSW increased 6.2 percent on top of comparable sales growth of 84.9 percent for the second quarter of 2021.

Designer Brands To License Le Tigre Footwear

Designer Brands, Inc., the parent of DSW, announced an investment in and licensing agreement with Le Tigre, the American athletic apparel brand famous in the 1980s. Designer Brands will design and produce Le Tigre footwear to be sold primarily through DSW and The Shoe Company.

Designer Brands’ Q1 Sales Climb 18 Percent

Designer Brands Inc., the parent of DSW, reported sales grew 18.1 percent in the first quarter ended April 30 with same-store sales gaining 15.3 percent. Earnings topped Wall Street’s estimates and the company raised its EPS guidance for the year.

Designer Brands Debuts “Warehouse Reimagined” Store Concept

Designer Brands Inc., parent of shoe retailer DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse, has unveiled its new “Warehouse Reimagined” retail store format that elevates the company’s Owned Brands and product selections through shop-in-shops, full family offerings and head-to-toe lifestyle imagery. 

Designer Brands’ Q2 Profits Handily Top Wall Street’s Targets

Designer Brands Inc., the parent of DSW, reported earnings on an adjusted basis in the second quarter ended August 1 were more than double Wall Street’s targets. The company said it achieved record-setting second-quarter sales and gross profit at the U.S. Retail segment. Comparable sales were up 84.9 percent year-over-year.

Designer Brands Returns To Profitability

Designer Brands Inc., the parent of DSW, returned to profitability for the first time since the onset of COVID-19. Sales improved 45.6 percent against pandemic-depressed year-ago levels and the gross margin rate improved over the rate from the first quarter of 2019. Athleisure comparable sales in the U.S. Retail segment, or DSW, were up 92 percent in the first quarter year-over-year.