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Dreamgirl: Valentine’s Day Recommendations

“At Dreamgirl, one of our favorite holidays is Valentine’s Day, where all you need is your significant other to make it a very special day,” declared a company spokesperson.

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Corin’s Margaret 718 Bras: A Blaze Of Colors

For Spring 2021, Corin offers “a blaze of colors” with its Margaret 718 fashion collection.

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Comfeez Bralettes: Perfect In Many Ways

As sales for the new Comfeez bralettes from Shapeez have taken off, since it was introduced a little over a year ago, so has the number of ways customers are wearing them.

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John Mehas Out As CEO Of Victoria’s Secret

John Mehas, CEO of Victoria’s Secret Lingerie, has been replaced by Martin Waters. Waters joined parent company L Brands in 2008 as head of its international division. Mehas had served as CEO since February, 2019.

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Soma’s Q3 Net Sales Up 4.7% To $83.5 Million

Soma’s net sales rose 4.7% to $83.5 million in the third quarter ended October 31, up from $79.8 million in the same period last year.

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La Perla Lost €41.3M On Sales Of €27.5M

In the six months ended June 30, La Perla lost €41.3 million (about $48.8 million at current exchange rates) on sales of €27.5 (about $32.5 million), compared to a loss of €44.5 on sales of €40.3 in the six months ended June 30, 2019.

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Midnight Maddie, Now Available To U.S. Stores

Midnight Maddie, an amusing and exuberant sleep and lounge collection from Claudel Lingerie, will soon be available to retailers across the U.S.

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Lady Emprezz Lingerie Adds New High Brief

Lady Emprezz has introduced a new panty with matching bra.

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Triumph Closing North American Division 12/31

Triumph Holding AG, the international lingerie giant, announced yesterday that it “will discontinue operating its North American division,” which will entail the “closure of its headquarters in New York City, as well as its own retail stores and warehouse in Canada, by the end of 2020.”

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Hanes Innerwear Sales Up 8.4% Worldwide

Hanes Innerwear sales, worldwide in the third quarter, were “up 8.4% over last year,” (excluding protective garments which, as a result of the pandemic, now make up a significant portion of sales for the division). Innerwear sales in the U.S., however, declined slightly in the three months ending September 26, 2020.

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Lively Sales Were $17.8 Million In First Half

Six month sales at Wacoal International Corp., the division that covers all of the Americas, fell 16.8% to 8,511 million Japanese yen (about $82 million at current exchange rates) as the division posted an operating loss of 915 million Japanese yen (about $8.8 million).

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Comfeez: New Review, New Toronto Office

Comfeez bralettes, the latest introduction from Shapeez, are not only getting great reviews from consumers, as we noted in an article in BODY in August, but also now from retail store owners.

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Oh La La Cheri: Adding New Loungewear Line

Oh La La Cheri is working on something new: a loungewear collection that will launch in the next couple of months for late spring delivery.

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Daisy Corsets: Highly Successful Mask Line

Daisy Corsets has “become a very established face mask company in the seven months that we have been in this market,” according to co-owner Jennifer Reynolds. “With one of the largest collections of wholesale face masks on the market.”

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Playboy Reveals Losses As It Seeks To Go Public

Playboy face mask for sale on Yandy.com.

Playboy Enterprises Inc. revealed it lost $6.203 million in the first six months of 2020 on revenue of $66.3 million. The figures were included in an SEC filing by Mountain Crest Acquisition Corp., the public company with which Playboy is planning to merge.

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New From Charlotte Catanzaro: "L’Insolente"

Charlotte Catanzaro, the designer behind Impudique, has a new intimates collection, L’Insolente (The Insolent). In it she offers lingerie, and, for the first time, shapewear.

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Dreamgirl Now Shipping By Air As Sales Surge

Better than anticipated sales volume at Dreamgirl has caused the company to switch from shipping by freighter to jet for some styles.

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Yandy.com Parent Playboy Going Public

Yandy.com’s parent, Playboy Enterprises, announced today a deal that will return the famous brand to the public market, trading on the Nasdaq.

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Rigby & Peller Now Down To Six U.S. Shops

Yet another Rigby & Peller store has permanently closed, this one at the King of Prussia mall in Pennsylvania. This reduces the chain to just six stores in the U.S.

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Dreamgirl: Prominent Fashion Trends For 2021

Dreamgirl revealed many of the fashion trends that will lead the brand during the upcoming season.

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Maurice Reznik Starts New Face Mask Firm

Maurice Reznik has just launched a new company: The Only Facemask, offering five distinctly different styles, ranging in price from $4 to $19.

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WSJ Suggests Bras Are Dead, Then Backtracks

In late September the Wall Street Journal ran an article posing a question in the headline, “Will Working From Home Kill the Bra Forever?”

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25 Halloween Pop-Ups Vs. 275 For Party City

For several months, retailers and wholesalers who sell Halloween costumes and other products have been predicting dramatically lower sales than usual this year.

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Monique Morin Adds Plus Sizes To Collection

Monique Morin, the designer behind the eponymous lingerie collection designed to flatter a variety of different body types, while at the same time looking good from all angles (not just the front), has just added plus sizes.

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PVH Q2: Revenue -33%, Loss of $51.7 Million

PVH second quarter revenue decreased 33% to $1.581 billion, as the company reported a net loss of $51.7 million. Last year the company made $193.1 million on revenue of $2.249 billion in the three months ended August 4, 2019.

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Corin’s Virginia 21871 And 20871 Bras Profiled

The wireless Virginia 21871 bra.

Corin, the Polish bra brand distributed in the U.S. by Valens Lingerie, now offers two version of its popular Virginia bra, model 21871, a wireless bra designed for everyday wear or exercising; and model 20871, an ultra-lightweight nursing bra.

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Stores Around The U.S. Recommend Shapeez

Shapeez “Tankee” and “The Ultimate”

A key determining factor for a retailer contemplating the addition of a new bra to their store is the experience other stores have had with that brand.

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Mapalé Adds Sustainable Capsule To Collection

Mapalé lingerie made with Repreve lace.

Mapalé has taken steps to make a portion of its lingerie more sustainable by adding a capsule collection that uses Repreve lace made from recycled fibers.

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Aerie’s Q2 Sales Jump 32% To $250 Million

Offline “Goals Sports Bra” and “High Waisted Legging.”

Aerie sales jumped 32% to $250 million in the quarter ended August 1, “despite the impact of stores closures as nearly 70% of the revenue” was generated online, according to Jay Schottenstein, CEO of parent company American Eagle Outfitters (AEO). Aerie’s orders placed on its e-commerce channels rose 113% in the period.

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Rigby & Peller in VA Closes, Chain Dips To 7

Lingerie from the Marie Jo summer 2020 collection.

The Rigby & Peller store at Tysons Corner Center in McLean, Virginia has permanently closed, dropping the chain to just seven stores in the U.S.

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New Designs From Wood Men’s Underwear

Wood Underwear has introduced a new version of its popular biker brief.

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Bare Necessities Team Will Remain In Place

Delta Galil’s CEO, Isaac Dabah, confirmed to BODY that the Bare Necessities current team will remain in place now that it is under his company’s control.

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Dreamgirl Discusses Halloween 2020 Lineup

“At Dreamgirl, as summer comes to an end and we continue to sequester ourselves in our homes, thoughts immediately go to the fall activities we have looked forward to in the past. One of those moments is Halloween,” a company spokesperson told BODY.

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Soma Q2 Sales Fell 15.3% To $84.3 Million

Second quarter sales at Soma fell 15.3% to $84.337 million, down from $99.623 million in the three months ended August 3, 2019.

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Bare Necessities Now Moving To Delta Galil

Screen shot from August 26 on the Bare Necessitives site.

Bare Necessities, the online intimates retailer, is changing hands again. Delta Galil announced on August 25 it had signed a deal to acquire the store, which had just been bought by Walmart in October, 2018.

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Mapalé Lounge: Lots Of Halloween, Plus Items

BODY publisher Nick Monjo interviewed Mapalé co-owner Angela Tobon about her company’s latest loungewear collection.

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Victoria’s Secret: Has It Begun To Stabilize?

Victoria’s Secret and Pink second quarter sales in the United States and Canada fell 39% to $977.5 million, compared to $1.606 billion in the three months ended August 3, 2019.

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Delta Galil Q2: Loss of $53.3M, Sales Fall 27%

Delta Galil reported a loss of $53.3 million in the three months ending June 20, as sales fell 27% to $270.9 million. In the same period last year the company had net income of $5.1 million on sales of $373.9 million.

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Dreamgirl Acquired By Revzen And Partners

Dreamgirl has been acquired by Barry Revzen, who has been CEO/president for almost three years, along with Alma Canjura and Fernando Garcia (long time employees) who are now partners in the company.

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Reviews Are In For The New Comfeez Bralettes

Now that the new Comfeez bralettes from Shapeez have been sold for a while, consumer reviews have started coming in — and they are running strongly positive.

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Valens Distributing Ewa Bien Across The U.S.

Polish fashion brand Ewa Bien is now selling in a growing number of American stores, after its debut here at a recent trade show.

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Claudel Lingerie: Dealing With The Crisis

The ongoing pandemic has affected apparel businesses in a variety of ways. Claudel Lingerie, a Canadian producer, shared some of its experiences with BODY Magazine. In this interview publisher Nick Monjo spoke with Claudel’s Anny-Claude Lapierre.

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Sales ‘Almost Back To Normal’ At In The Mood

Karen Esposito

Retailers have reported a variety of experiences during the current pandemic. Karen Esposito of In The Mood Intimates located in Fairfield, Connecticut was interviewed by BODY associate publisher Ted Vayos.

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Bra La La: “Very Busy” Since Shop Reopened

Coping during the Covid19 shutdown and related restrictions has taken many different forms. In this interview, BODY associate publisher Ted Vayos interviewed Mary Jordan of Bra La La, an intimates store in Fulton, Maryland.

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Wonderform: Selling Lingerie For 50+ Years

 Gerry Petriello and daughter Amanda

Wonderform Intimates, a brand launched in Montreal in 1949, continues to prosper by focusing on “affordable lingerie for women,” according to the company’s Amanda Petriello.

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Hanes: Net +7.8% Aided By Gown & Mask Sales

Hanes second quarter net income jumped 7.8%, as sales only dipped slightly. Earnings rose because of its “ability to pivot to production and sales of personal protective garments (face masks and medical gowns) combined with relatively strong apparel performance in pandemic conditions, including 68% sales growth in the online channel.”

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NuBra: Then And Now, Made In The U.S.A

NuBra, a leading adhesive bra producer, made what many might consider an unusual decision when it began manufacturing its patented bras almost 20 years ago: it decided to make them in the U.S. And it still does so today.

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Q2 VS, Pink Sales Are Expected To Fall 40%

Second quarter sales for Victoria’s Secret and Pink are expected to be down about 40% due to pandemic-forced store closures, while direct channel sales “are up significantly versus last year,” according to parent company L Brands. Results will be announced in mid August.

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Calida: $10.8 Million Loss, Sales Fall 18.8%

Lingerie on the Calida website.

Swiss-based Calida Group reported a loss of 9.8 million Swiss francs (about $10.8 million at current exchange rates) in the first half, as sales fell 18.8% to 146.2 million Swiss francs (about $160.4 million) compared to 180.0 million Swiss francs (about $199.9 million) during the same period in 2019.

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Dreamgirl Debuts Fall, Holiday And Valentines

“Dreamgirl launched its Fall/Holiday 2020/2021 Collection, this month to a fantastic response,” according to a company spokesperson. “The orders have been so strong that we immediately sold out of certain items and rushed to reorder…. something we didn’t think would happen during these difficult times.”

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La Senza Shrinks From 130 To 75 Locations

La Senza has apparently permanently closed all but 74 of its company-owned stores in Canada, and all but one in the U.S., according to a review of locations listed on its website at the end of July.

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Victoria’s Secret Sales Fall, Direct Sales Up

Total third quarter Victoria’s Secret and Pink sales shrank to $1.353 billion, from $1.578 billion in the same period last year, with store and international sales down and direct sales sharply up.
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November Market Week Virtual, Not In-Person

The Underfashion Club sent out an email stating the November 2020 market “will be conducted in the same manner as the August Market – with virtual appointments being scheduled around the previously established dates of Sunday, November 1st to Friday, November 6th.”
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Q3 Revenue Jumps 41% At Canada’s iFabric

Revenue at iFabric jumped 41% in the three months ended June 30, to $3,214,465 Canadian dollars (C$) (about $ 2.4 million at current conversion rates), up from C$2,284,507 during the same three months last year.
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Late January Halloween Show Is Canceled

The Halloween & Party Expo, which had been scheduled for January 22 through 24, has been canceled.
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Consumer Electronics Show Canceled For ’21

The largest consumer electronics show in the world, CES 2021, has canceled its physical show that had been scheduled to run January 6-9, 2021, in Las Vegas.
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PVH Closing 162 Outlets, Firing 450 Staff

PVH announced it was closing its 162 Heritage Brands outlets and well as firing about 450 people, or 12% of its North American “office workforce.”
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Upcoming Offprice And Curve Shows Canceled

Curve New York for September 2020 has been canceled. The show had originally been scheduled for early August, then postponed to September 21-23 at New York’s Javits Center.
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Market Week: Virtual Or In Person, August 2-7

The Underfashion Club emailed a note stating it anticipates “there will be an August market,” based on “recent input from retailers, manufacturers, and suppliers.”
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Curve Annouces NY Show September 21-23

After exploring the concept and dates with wholesalers and retailers in recent weeks, Eurovet Americas announced it will be holding a postponed Curve show at New York’s Javits Center (Hall 1E) September 21-23, 2020.
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First Day Results: People Want To Shop

Discount Fashion Warehouse, which operate nine outlet stores across Ohio, reported a dramatic return to business on Tuesday, May 12, the first day it was allowed by the state to reopen its stores
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Preparing Your Intimates Business To Re-Open

With some states and stores across the country starting to open for business, lingerie store owners have begun to think about how to operate with the threat of Covid 19 on everyone’s mind — now and for a long time to come.
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May: Updated List Of Companies For Sale

As of the start of May, FMMG Advisors was working with a number of companies and brands for sale (see the list below). Contact Nick Monjo at (917) 602-9430 or Nick@FMMG.com for information.
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Online ‘Module’ Helps Reps Increase Sales

Tim McNamara of McNamara Publishing has created an online sales tool called the “Module,” designed primarily to be used by sales representatives or wholesalers.
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PVH Announces Many Furloughs, Other Steps

PVH announced an extensive list of steps it is taking, including furloughs and salary reductions, to “navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on its associates and the company’s business and financial position.”
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May Intimates Market Officially Canceled

With stores canceling or pushing back orders, and most seeing no need to travel to showrooms in the midst of the virus crisis, May Market for intimates, at least in a physical sense, has been canceled.
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Corin Begins Production Of Face Masks

Corin, the Polish bra producer, has began the production and sale of protective face masks to help in the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic.
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VS, Pink Now Close Online Stores Til 3.30

Victoria’s Secret and Pink announced Thursday afternoon, March 19, that they are closing their online stores through March 29. This comes after both brands had earlier announced the closing of their brick and mortar stores until March 30.
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Simon Closed All U.S. Malls, Outlets Until 3.29

Simon Property Group, “in recognition of the need to address the spread of COVID-19,” closed all of its U.S. malls, outlets and mills in the U.S. late yesterday, with openings scheduled for March 29.
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Soma Closes All Stores, Outlets Until April 1

Soma’s parent company Chico’s FAS announced it was closing all its stores in North America immediately and “for the next two weeks.”
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Aerie, Victoria’s Secret, Pink Shut Temporarily

Aerie, Victoria’s Secret and Pink are closing their U.S. and Canada stores temporarily in response to the continued spread of COVID-19.
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VS, Pink Sales Fell 8% In 2019 To $6.8 Billion

Days after announcing the sale of a majority stake in its lingerie divisions, L Brands reported that Victoria’s Secret and Pink store and direct sales for 2019 fell 8% to $6.8 billion, from $7.4 in 2018. Fourth quarter sales fell 10% to $2.3 billion, from $2.5 billion in the same quarter last year.
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Delta Galil 2019 Sales +13% To $1.69 Billion

Delta Galil sales in 2019 rose 13% to an “all time high” of $1.690 billion, from $1.498 billion in 2018. Fourth quarter sales jumped 11% to $504.8 million, up from $454.3 million in the same quarter last year.
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Sycamore Buying Majority Of Victoria’s Secret

L Brands announced it is selling a “majority 55% interest in Victoria’s Secret Lingerie, Victoria’s Secret Beauty and Pink” to Sycamore Partners “with L Brands retaining 45% minority stake, at a total enterprise value of $1.1 billion.”
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NILS: Over 200 Stores, Many New Brands

The New International Lingerie Show (NILS) has been signing new exhibitors and expects over 200 retailers for its Spring 2020 show, March 16 through 18, 2020 at the Tuscany Suites & Casino in Las Vegas.
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Hanes Q4 Innerwear Sales -4.1%, Profit +4.7%

Hanesbrands Innerwear segment sales fell 4.1% in the quarter ended December 28, 2019, while the division’s operating profit rose 4.7%. For the full year, sales were down 3.2% and operating profit was down 2.1%.
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Times Report: ‘Culture of Misogyny’ At VS

At the beginning of February the New York Times published a damning report under the headline “‘Angels’ in Hell: The Culture of Misogyny Inside Victoria’s Secret.”
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WSJ: Victoria’s Secret May Be For Sale

The Wall Street Journal reported recently, without naming sources, that L Brands’ CEO Leslie Wexner is in talks to sell all or part of Victoria’s Secret, naming Sycamore Partners as an interested party.
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Bankruptcy Petition Filed Against La Senza

MGF Sourcing and two other suppliers filed an involuntary bankruptcy case against La Senza International Canada, LLC, in an effort to get paid on about $43 million in what they claim are overdue bills.
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ThirdLove In Suit Over $5 Million In Damages

Magic Link, a producer of intimate apparel with production facilities in Asia, is in the midst of a court case with the retailer ThirdLove, in which Magic Link seeks damages in excess of $5 million.
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Official Announcment: Curve LA, Feb. 23 & 24

While executives have been quietly discussing the possibility for months, Curve has finally officially announced a new lingerie and swim show to be held this February 23 and 24 at the Westdrift Manhattan Beach Hotel in California.
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VS, Pink Q3 Comps -7%; Large Charges Taken

Victoria’s Secret and Pink parent L Brands reported a third quarter loss of $252.0 million on sales of $2.677 billion, compared to a loss of $42.8 million on sales of $2.775 billion in the same period last year.
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Analysts: Troubles Ahead For Amazon As Nike Departs

Nike recently decided to stop wholesaling its products to Amazon Retail, prompting a variety of assessments from analysts and the business media, many of them suggesting there are serious problems ahead for the online behemoth.
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Delta Galil Q3 Sales +20%, Net Income +46%

Delta Galil’s third quarter sales rose 20%, to $446.1 million, up from $370.8 million in the third quarter of 2018. Meanwhile net income jumped 46% to $14.0 million, compared to $9.6 million in the three months ended September 30, 2018.
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Tefron Q2: Revenues $40.2M; Profit $306,000

Tefron Q2 net income fell to $306,000 on revenues of $40.2 million, compared to a profit of $1.0 million on revenues of $41.8 million in the three months ended June 30, 2018.
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Hanes Innerwear: Sales -3.5%, Operating Profit -8.1%

HanesBrands Innerwear segment sales declined 3.5%, while segment operating profit fell 8.1% in the third quarter. For the company as a whole, however, total sales rose 1.0% and net income jumped 9.5% in the three months ended September 28, 2019.
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iFabric Q3 Sales -31%; Loss Hits C$646,819

iFabric sales in the third quarter fell by 31% to C$2,284,507 (Canadian dollars) or about $1.75 million (at current exchange rates). Meanwhile the net loss for the three months ending June 30, 2019 jumped to C$646,819 (about $495,000), up from C$171,701 (about $131,000) in the same period last year.
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Destination Filing Hits Many Apparel Firms

Asia Creative Limited /Dora Lau, a prominent intimates producer, as well as several other apparel makers, were among the creditors with the largest unsecured claims as the retailer Destination Maternity filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in late October.
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Apparel Firms Hit By Forever 21 Bankruptcy

Many apparel firms took a hit when Forever 21 filed its voluntary chapter 11 bankruptcy at the end of September. They make up many of the company’s top unsecured creditors.
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Kauffman Is President Wacoal America

Wacoal America announced at the start of October that Mitch Kauffman, who has been with the company for almost four years, most recently as SVP sales and marketing, has been named president, and will add the title of CEO in March 2020.
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Naked Cuts Debt, Delays Financial Reporting

Naked Brand Group Limited postponed reporting its financial results for the first half of fiscal 2020 (the six months ended July 31, 2019), saying it expects to present them “in the fourth quarter of 2019 in conjunction with a business update conference call.”
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PVH Reports Rise In Q2 Sales And Earnings

As he discussed PVH’s second quarter, CEO Manny Chirico affirmed that PVH’s “underwear business is one of our most profitable business categories that we operate.”
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Gilly Hicks Parent Posts $31.1 Million Q2 Loss

Lingerie brand Gilly Hicks received little mention as parent company Abercrombie & Fitch reported a second quarter loss of $31.1 million on sales of $841.1 million, compared to a loss of $3.9 million on sales of $842.4 million in the same period last year.
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Wacoal: Weak Sales At U.S. Department Stores

Wacoal reported “weak over-the-counter sales at department stores” in the U.S. for the quarter ended June 30, which led to a decrease in operating income. Exact details of the performance in this country was masked by the fact that the international firm combines the results for different continents in some of its reporting.
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Q2 Comps, Sales, Profits All Fall At VS, Pink

In the second quarter, combined online and comparable store sales for Victoria’s Secret and Pink in the U.S. and Canada fell 6%. Comps for those stores alone were down 9% from the same quarter last year.
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Delta Galil’s Q2: Sales +10%, Income -22%

Delta Galil’s Q2 sales rose 10% while net income fell 22%. For the three months ended June 30, 2019 the firm made $5.07 million on sales of $373.89 million compared to $6.46 million on sales of $338.91 million in the same period last year.
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