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“Seymour Pierce analyst Kate Calvert called Burberry's performance "faultless" and said the broker will review its forecasts in light of the stronger-than-expected performance.”
“Here are my suggestions: Dune's "Nevanna" low wedges, £55, Nicole Farhi's burlap-soled "Gladis" more of a sneaker than an espadrille, but still very cool, £130 and Burberry's buckled leather espadrilles, £250.”
“There had been some concern that the euro-zone crisis and stock market fluctuations may have dampened demand for high-end goods, but Burberry's Cartwright said demand in Northern Europe remained strong, both locally and from travellers, while Southern Europe remained more subdued.”
“Chief Financial Officer Stacey Cartwright told reporters on a conference call that the slowdown in the Americas was caused by the company's decision to stop discounted sales to department stores in favor of full-priced merchandise, part of Burberry's strategy to maintain and improve the exclusivity of its brand.”
“Burberry's fiscal year ends March 31 and it reports fourth-quarter sales April 17.”
“Burberry's growth illustrates a stark divergence of fortunes for U.K.-listed retailers that has become more marked as the mid-market retailers have come under extreme pressure over Christmas, while demand for luxury goods booms.”
“RBS analyst John Guy estimated that Japan accounts for around 18% to 20% of Burberry's earnings before interest and taxes.”
“U.K. designers including Burberry's Christopher Bailey, Matthew Williamson, Giles Deacon and Richard Nicoll created dresses for the opening party, dressing the likes of Li Na (Deacon) and Ana Ivanovic (Williamson).”
“She's the face of Burberry's fashion campaign and is a regular at Chanel fashion shows.”
“Ms. Ahrendts, since taking over the top job in 2006, has overseen an overhaul of Burberry's behind-the-scenes operations, consolidating manufacturing of traditional trench coats at the main factory in Castleford, England.”
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