Third quarter net revenue decreased 12.5 percent to $324.7 million and the net loss was $112.4 million, or $3.52 loss per diluted share, compared to net loss of $4.7 million, or 14 cents loss per diluted share, in the third quarter of fiscal 2022.
Oxford Industries, Inc., the parent of the Tommy Bahama, Lilly Pulitzer and Johnny Was brands, reported that consolidated net sales in the fiscal third quarter increased 4 percent to $327 million. Still, the company moderated its full year sales and EPS guidance.
Clarus Corp. reported it sees the potential recovery of $46.2 million related to a lawsuit it filed against HAP Trading, LLC and Harsh A. Padia regarding the recovery of short-swing profits in violation of securities laws.
Research Director Dr. Kelly Sheridan, who is also an Assistant Professor in Forensic Science (Textile Fibers) at Northumbria University, will reportedly step into the CEO chair, while Founding Director Sophie Mather will transition from the Board of Director to an advisory role, supporting “the continuity of the topic and the organization.”
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association reported it entered into a partnership with Backcountry to design apparel and host an online shop for the national governing body of Olympic ski and snowboarding.
Off Madison Ave acquired PR Agency CGPR from French/West/Vaughan (FWV), the Raleigh, NC-based marketing agency that acquired the company in February 2020. CGPR is the fifth merger and acquisition by Off Madison Ave since 2005.
Houdini Sportswear amplified its sustainability commitment at ISPO, previewing its 2023 Planetary Boundaries Assessment, due in Q1 2024 and debuted a collaboration with long-term partner Polartec.
Luxury outerwear brand Nobis opened three stores in Beijing and Shanghai, marking the brand’s entry into the Chinese retail space.
The survey, which was conducted in partnership with Morning Consult, surveyed active/causal lifestyle brand consumers ages 18 to 55 based in the U.S., UK, Germany, France, and Italy. It found that only one-third of respondents “Highly Prioritize” sustainability when making purchasing decisions, compared to other factors like “Good Value” (68 percent) and “Low Price” (57 percent).
The Placer.ai data revealed that Nike drew 324.9 percent more retail store visits on Black Friday 2023, Lululemon, for its part, saw a visit bump of 467.7 percent on November 24, bringing the brand closer to its pre-pandemic Black Friday frenzy levels.