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A potential split of the successful intimates brand could come “maybe one day, but not today,” chief financial officer Bob Madore said in an interview on Bloomberg TV.
The lingerie giant is more vulnerable than at any point in its history, with sales declining and mounting criticism of its marketing. American Eagle, Rihanna and a host of start-ups are positioning themselves as Victoria’s Secret’s body-positive, inclusive successors.
American Eagle Outfitters forecast third-quarter profit below expectations, as the retailer spends more on wages and advertising to support the expansion of its popular Aerie line of lingerie.
The company was boosted by strong demand for its Aerie line of lingerie.
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Aerie, and parent company American Eagle Outfitters Inc., got a jump-start on other lingerie sellers by specialising in less-lined bras just as the trend took hold last year.