US: Perry Ellis lifts FY outlook after record Q1
By just-style.com | 23 May 2011
Perry Ellis International Inc has raised its full-year earnings guidance after strong sales of its golf and Hispanic lifestyle brands, the Perry Ellis Collection, and its new Rafaella women's sportswear business helped the apparel maker to a 37% hike in first quarter profit.
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