×
77 206
Fashion Jobs
KOHLS
Full-Time Loss Prevention Supervisor
Permanent · Marietta
L'OREAL GROUP
Manager - DTC Operations
Permanent · Clark
L'OREAL GROUP
sr Manager-Supply Planning
Permanent · New York
SCOTCH & SODA
Scotch & Soda- Women's Buyer
Permanent · New York City
COTY
National Account Manager, Heb
Permanent · San Antonio
NIKE
North America, Consumer Direct Marketing Manager - Running
Permanent · Beaverton
JCPENNEY
Senior Legal Specialist, Property And Real Estate
Permanent · Plano
PUMA
Junior Product Line Management, Run Train Footwear
Permanent · Somerville
BLOOMINGDALE'S
Manager, Sales - Cosmetics/Women's Shoes
Permanent · Palo Alto
BLOOMINGDALE'S
Manager, Sales - Rtw/ia/Ladies Shoes
Permanent · Boca Raton
BLOOMINGDALE'S
Asset Protection Visual Security Officer, Part Time: Valley Fair
Permanent · San Jose
MICHAEL KORS (USA) INC
Director of Marketing Technology
Permanent · East Rutherford
ESTÉE LAUDER
Senior Analyst, Business Analyst, Global R&D Technology
Permanent · New York
ESTÉE LAUDER
Account Coordinator - Estee Lauder - 40 Hrs - Macys Millenia Mall - Orlando, fl
Permanent · Orlando
ESTÉE LAUDER
Vice President, Finance & Business Management - Brand Cluster, na
Permanent · New York
ATHLETA
General Manager - nw Hwy - Park Ridge (New Store)
Permanent · Park Ridge
GAP INC
Associate Analyst, Finance (Capital Accounting)
Permanent · Albuquerque
GAP INC
Finance Manager (Strategic Growth Office)
Permanent · San Francisco
RAG & BONE
Sales Supervisor (Full - Time) - Riverhead
Permanent · Riverhead
FOSSIL
Ecommerce Operations Coordinator
Permanent · Houston
KOHLS
Full-Time Loss Prevention Supervisor
Permanent · Round Rock
KOHLS
Full-Time Loss Prevention Supervisor
Permanent · Silver Spring
By
Reuters
Published
Jul 27, 2012
Share
Download
Download the article
Print
Click here to print
Text size
aA+ aA-

Fifth & Pacific loss narrows, Kate Spade sales up

By
Reuters
Published
Jul 27, 2012


Kate Spade / Photo: Fifth & Pacific
Fifth & Pacific Cos Inc reported a narrower quarterly loss on Thursday, helped by sales of its upscale kate spade brand.

Still, the company, which during the quarter changed its name from Liz Claiborne, said total sales from continuing operations fell 6.5 percent to $337 million, dragged down by declines in its Juicy Couture brand.

The clothier and retailer reported a second-quarter net loss of $52.1 million, or 48 cents a share, compared with a year-earlier loss of $89.9 million, or 95 cents a share.

Excluding one-time items, Fifth & Pacific had a loss from continuing operations of 9 cents per share, compared with analyst expectations for a loss of 12 cents, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.

In the past several years, the company has sold off many of its brands, including Liz Claiborne, to lessen its debt load and focus on the businesses where it sees the most potential.

Sales at kate spade rose 48.1 percent to $101 million, while sales of Lucky Brand jeans rose 15.3 percent to $112 million.

Juicy Couture's sales fell 10.4 percent to $105 million.

Fifth & Pacific reiterated its forecast for 2012 earnings of between $125 million and $140 million before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization.

© Thomson Reuters 2022 All rights reserved.