Perry Ellis International Inc
Carmine Petruzello, president of Perry Ellis International's namesake division, has left the apparel business to pursue other opportunities.
Apparel business Perry Ellis is "disappointed" after swinging to a loss of US$28.2m during the fourth-quarter due to significant write-downs on some of the group's non-core brands and businesses.
In less than a week's time, senior sourcing executives from Marks & Spencer, Puma, Esprit, Perry Ellis, Under Armour, VF Asia, Luen Thai Holdings, Crystal Group and TAL Apparel will be sharing their views and insight with other industry stakeholders at Prime Source Forum in Hong Kong.
Apparel maker Perry Ellis International said it is "extremely disappointed" with its fourth-quarter and full-year results as it cut its outlook on poor weather and a challenging retail environment.
Apparel maker Perry Ellis International today (21 November) reported a "disappointing" third quarter after swinging to a loss on a drop in private label and direct retail revenues.
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