With a strong third quarter under its belt, Ann Inc. is moving on several fronts — from going international to downsizing Ann Taylor stores — to sustain the momentum.
The specialty retailer is also inserting more fashion items and fewer core and basic items into stores for the upcoming holiday and spring seasons. The Ann Inc. customer “has a very high appetite for fashion and less of an appetite right now for core investment pieces,” Kay Krill, president and chief executive officer, told WWD. “That’s due to the macro-environment, absolutely.”
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