“In fashion, one day you are in, the next, you are out.” – Heidi Klum
Luxury brands and high-end fashion are strong earners this season, and some brands and businesses are stronger than others. The fashion bottom line isn't dictated by name recognition or a popularity contest, or about which company makes the coolest commercials. Fashion is a brutal business.
So who was in this past season? Are any designers more »
PVH Corp. (NYSE: PVH), formerly known as Phillips-Van Heusen, has had a tough month. The New York-based parent company of Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Van Heusen, and Bass has slumped over 12% in the last four weeks, despite posting robust earnings on March 28. Analysts and investors are worried that PVH’s soft outlook for the next quarter and fiscal year point to acquisition digestion problems with its recent Warnaco more »
PVH Corp (NYSE: PVH) made some big money for funds a few days ago when it announced it would bring together the Calvin Klein underwear, jean and sportswear lines together by purchasing Warnaco Group (NYSE: WRC) for $2.8 billion. Before the deal, PVH sold Klein’s formal and sportswear, while Warnaco sold jeans and underwear. Warnaco will also bring other major brands like Speedo and Chaps to PVH’s more »
Everyone loves a good sale. Whether it is a new pair of shoes or a new car, there's more satisfaction when you think you are getting a deal. The same is true with the stock market; stocks trading at dirt cheap valuations can be quite enticing. However, the trick is to make sure you do enough diligence to make sure you are finding a diamond in the rough rather more »
PVH Corp. (NYSE: PVH) licenses, merchandises, distributes, and sells apparel lines such as Calvin Klein, Izod, Van Heusen, Chaps, Kenneth Cole, and Tommy Hilfiger. PVH is the largest shirt company in the world and sells its products through 17,000 retail venues, including department stores and 1,000 stores of its own.
The company has seen its shares increase 31% in the past year, yet it currently os one of more »