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Esprit Holdings

Esprit Appoints New Leadership Team With Mark Daley at Helm

New blood at the struggling brand with Daley coming from Billy Reid and Augustinus Bader.

Esprit Quits Asia, Keeping Mainland China JV Only

Fifty-six stores across Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau to be shut.

In Germany, Some Retailers and Brands See Insolvency as the Easiest Option

Despite a trillion euro rescue package, Galeria Karstadt Kaufhof and Esprit are among those who found it…

Esprit Reattempts China With Mulsanne Joint Venture

Currently, mainland China contributes just 3.7 percent of revenue for the brand.

Esprit Replaces CFO Thomas Tang

Johannes Georg Schmidt-Schultes will succeed Tang effective Oct. 21.

Esprit Names Mia Ouakim as Chief Product Officer

Most recently in charge of Tommy Hilfiger menswear, Ouakim faces the challenge of redefining the Esprit…

Esprit Sets New Direction: Simplifying Brand, Cutting Staff

The struggling brand said it would drastically cut staff at its headquarters and simplify its assortment to…

Esprit Hints at New Strategy to Focus on Basics

"When we ask consumers what the brand stands for, nobody really knows," said ceo Anders Kristiansen.

Esprit CEO Calls Expected Loss ‘Very Disappointing’

A weak underlying business, store closure costs and accounting changes spell difficulty for the retailer.

Esprit Searches for New Chief Product Officer

Another major move signals a different era at the brand, soon to welcome a new ceo.

Esprit to Halt Australian, New Zealand Operations

The region's 67 points of sale are loss-making.

Still Floundering, Esprit Opts for New CEO

José Manuel Martínez Gutiérrez is leaving with former New Look boss Anders Kristiansen to take over the role.

Struggling Esprit to Shut Hong Kong Flagship and Causeway Bay Location

Its Peking Road store was unable to draw shoppers across the road from Harbour City, according to source.

Esprit Warns Investors of Expected Half-Year Loss, Citing China Slowdown

The sportswear brand is struggling in the face of shopping and industry changes.

Green Supply Chain Map Exposes China as Worst of Factory Polluters

Two environmental organizations collaborated on a map linking apparel brands to their Chinese factories.