October 2013 Summary:
G-III Apparel Group, Ltd. (G-III) designs, manufactures and markets a range
of apparel, including outerwear, dresses, sportswear, women's suits and
women's performance wear, as well as luggage and women's handbags, small
leather goods and cold weather accessories. It operates in three segments:
wholesale licensed products, wholesale non-licensed products and retail
operations. The wholesale licensed products segment includes sales of products
under brands licensed by it from third parties. The wholesale non-licensed
products segment includes sales of products under its own brands and private
label brands. The retail operations segment consists almost entirely of
the operations of its Wilsons outlet
stores. The Company sells its products under its own brands, which include
Andrew Marc, Marc New York and Marc Moto, licensed brands and private retail
labels. In August 2012, the Company acquired Vilebrequin, a provider
of swimwear, accessories and resort-wear.
public companies here on Apparel Search.
If you find our directory to be
helpful, please like our site with the social media
links below. Your support is appreciated.|
If you are interested in discussing the
financial aspects pertaining to the company listed on this page,
please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
Discussion topics may include any business details that you
believe could potentially impact the financial strength or
weakness of the company. For example, the company may have
negotiated a new licensing deal that you believe is important.
Or possibly they have hired a new public relations firm or
received a unique celebrity endorsement. If any
interesting activity has taken place, please bring that issue up
for discussion and debate. You are welcome to provide
facts or ask questions about business strategy, corporate
executives, brand portfolios, historical stock prices, business
news, SEC filings, stock charts, etc. Anything relevant to
investor relations, the company's products or services,
financial information, or corporate policy is open for
discussion. Feel free to share your wisdom in the social
comment area below. Please keep all discussions directly
relevant to the topic of the company listed on this page.
powered by Disqus