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H&M
Logistics Wms Manager
Permanent · Burlington
CLINIQUE
Retail Beauty Sales Manager - Clinique - (Midrivers) - st. Peter's, mo
Permanent · Saint Charles
AVEDA
Director, Retail Marketing (Fss), Aveda North America
Permanent · Blaine
TAPESTRY
sr. Manager, Merchandising - Women's Outlet Bags
Permanent · New York
TAPESTRY
Project Manager, Store Construction
Permanent · New York
TAPESTRY
Senior Art Director - Brand Creative
Permanent · New York
TAPESTRY
Buyer, Men's Outlet
Permanent · New York
TAPESTRY
Director, Creative Project Management
Permanent · New York
ROSS STORES
District Manager
Permanent · Birmingham
ROSS STORES
sr. Manager, Cross Dock & Store Delivery Transportation Procurement
Permanent · Fort Mill
ROSS STORES
sr. Manager, IT (Store Systems)
Permanent · Dublin
ROSS STORES
sr. Accountant, Inventory Control
Permanent · Dublin
ROSS STORES
Vice President, Workforce Strategy & Analytics
Permanent · New York
ROSS STORES
sr. Manager, Store Strategy And Method Improvements
Permanent · Dublin
ROSS STORES
IT Senior Manager (Supply Chain Warehouse Core Systems)
Permanent · Fort Mill
ROSS STORES
IT Manager i (New Store Openings, Store Systems)
Permanent · Dublin
ROSS STORES
Real Estate Law Attorney, Director
Permanent · Dublin
ROSS STORES
Merchant Operations Manager (Compliance)
Permanent · New York
ROSS STORES
Loss Prevention Associate
Permanent · Rock Hill
ROSS STORES
Coordinator, Legal Compliance
Permanent · New York
ROSS STORES
IT Manager i (Host Security Delivery)
Permanent · Dublin
ROSS STORES
Loss Prevention Associate
Permanent · Fort Mill

Business

Hong Kong and Claudie Pierlot woes mean guidance downgrade for SMCP

Hong Kong and Claudie Pierlot woes mean guidance downgrade for SMCP

Problems in Hong Kong and at its Claudie Pierlot label led SMCP to reduce its guidance on Friday, although the company said that all other regions and brands are continuing to perform.
today
Ready-to-wear
Business
Reitmans sales fall in Q3 as plus-size banners disappoint

Reitmans sales fall in Q3 as plus-size banners disappoint

Reitmans announced on Thursday third-quarter results that did not meet company expectations, primarily due to the disappointing financial performance of its plus-size banners. 
today
Ready-to-wear
Business

Ulta posts sales gains and higher than expected earnings

The American cosmetics retailer announced increased sales and diluted earnings per share for the third quarter on Thursday, beating analysts’ expectations and sending shares in the company up 8% in the extended session.
today
Perfume
Business

Tiffany Q3 profit misses on slow Americas, Hong Kong demand

Luxury jeweler Tiffany & Co, which is being bought by France's LVMH, missed market expectations for quarterly profit and sales on Thursday, hit by lower spending by foreign tourists in the United States and Hong Kong.
today
Jewellery
Business

Trade shows

Sergio Rossi to relaunch men’s footwear line at next Pitti Uomo

Sergio Rossi to relaunch men’s footwear line at next Pitti Uomo

Having suspended the men’s line for three years, the Italian footwear label is jumping back into the segment with a strong presence at the Florentine menswear show and a dedicated store in Tokyo.
today
Footwear
Trade shows
Kingpins Amsterdam announces venue change for 2020

Kingpins Amsterdam announces venue change for 2020

The move will grow the Kingpins Amsterdam venue area by more than 40%, from a 70,000-square-foot space to a 100,000-square-foot space.
today
Textile
Trade shows

White shirts created in honor of Karl Lagerfeld will be on show at Pitti Uomo

Officially presented last September, the collection "A Tribute to Karl: The White Shirt Project" will take pride of place at the next Pitti Immagine Uomo fashion industry show.
today
Ready-to-wear
Trade shows

Pitti Uomo to focus on cutting-edge fashion with Stefano Pilati and Telfar Clemens

The designers of Italian label Random Identities and American label Telfar will bring their respective visions of contemporary fashion to Florentine menswear show Pitti Uomo on January 9.
today
Ready-to-wear
Trade shows