NEW YORK — J. Crew Group Inc. said Monday that it expects third-quarter revenues to rise in the range of high-single to low-double digits from $555.8 million last year.
The retailer also expects comps to rise in the midsingle-digit range on top of a 10.4 percent increase in the same year-ago quarter. Direct net sales are estimated to rise in the high teens from $156.8 million last year.
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