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Ralph Lauren, Tod’s, Anya Hindmarch and Halston- News briefs

August 8, 2013


Today in luxury marketing:

Ralph Lauren Q1 profits fall
Shares of Ralph Lauren Corp. fell nearly 7 percent in pre-market trading after the company posted a first-quarter decline in profits, according to WWD.

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Tod's H1 net profit rises 1.8pc boosted by Americas, Asia
Italian luxury shoemaker Tod's said Aug. 7 it sees further revenue and profit growth for the rest of the year after first-half net profit rose 1.8 percent to $100.82 million, boosted by double-digit growth in the Americas and Asia, per Reuters.

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Anya Hindmarch takes New York
Anya Hindmarch is opening a New York flagship later this month. The 2,000-square-foot space has been designed by Ilse Crawford, the company responsible for the interiors of chic members clubs Soho House NY and Babington House, British Vogue reports.

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Halston never paid Sarah Jessica Parker
The job titles president and chief creative officer usually imply hefty wages, but that was not the case when Sarah Jessica Parker acted as both for revived fashion label Halston Heritage from 2010 until 2011, according to the Telegraph.

Click here to read the entire story on the Telegraph