The ceo said Urban is showing some positive momentum after a year of shrinking sales and profits.
The retailer said second-quarter comparable sales so far aren’t looking up.
The three styles will be sold at Anthropolgie next month.
The brand developed by Stark Waxing Studio owner Paz Stark seeks to produce uncomplicated beauty solutions.
The label has secured retail partnerships with Macy’s, Antropologie and Saks Fifth Avenue.
The herb-driven skin-care brand has launched on Anthropologie’s web site with seven products priced from $24 to $96.
Urban Outfitters chief executive officer Frank Conforti told investors that the namesake brand’s performance is being offset by a deceleration at Anthropologie.
The Montreal-based intimate apparel brand, which launched in 1988, is focused on providing newness along with core products and growing out its distribution within hotels and spas.