NEW YORK, United States — Fifth & Pacific Cos. agreed to sell its Lucky Brand Jeans division to private-equity firm Leonard Green & Partners LP for $225 million, part of a plan to divest assets and focus on the Kate Spade label.
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NEW YORK, United States — Kate Spade, the fashion label owned by Fifth & Pacific Cos., may become the next must-have accessory for acquirers in the retail industry.
NEW YORK, United States — Fifth & Pacific Cos Inc on Tuesday reported lower-than-expected second-quarter results as its Juicy Couture urban fashion brand continued to languish.
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NEW YORK, United States — Fifth & Pacific Cos Inc on Thursday reported a smaller first-quarter loss, as sales of its upscale Kate Spade handbag and clothing brand soared and the company offered fewer discounts on its Lucky Brand items.
Fifth & Pacific Cos Inc on Thursday reported a holiday-quarter profit that came in slightly above its own projections and reaffirmed its recent 2013 forecast. The company, once known as Liz Claiborne, confirmed its preliminary fourth-quarter sales performance, given in January. Same-store sales rose 27 percent at kate spade, its fast-growing fashion brand, and rose 3 percent at Lucky Brand, a more casual label. Same-store sales