Zodiac USA, the popular footwear brand of the 1970s, has been relaunched and rebranded under new owner, Caleres. The rebrand will debut on August 5, featuring a spring 2020 collection of women's boots, sandals and flats.
The St. Louis, Missouri-based footwear company has announced plans to distribute footwear in greater China, including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, as part of a joint venture with Brand Investment Holding.
An impressive 20.3% increase in the sales of Caleres’ brand portfolio drove a solid revenue boost at the St. Louis, Missouri-based footwear company in Q1 2019, but was not enough to prevent a sharp decline in earnings.
Caleres-owned, comfort-focused footwear brand Vionic has named Jerry Williamson as senior vice president of global sales, and Angela Caltagirone as senior vice president of digital and brand marketing.
Women's shoe brand Naturalizer will open two new flagship stores in Chicago and New York City. The stores, located on State Street in Chicago and 34th Street in New York City, will open in early February.
Caleres announced today that Rick Ausick, president of Famous Footwear, will retire as part of a succession plan for the company this year. Ausick will remain involved in daily operations throughout the transition.
The warmest U.S. winter in years fueled higher sales at footwear retailers Brown Shoe Inc and Foot Locker Inc, and the companies are expected to benefit from tight inventory management in the next few quarters.
Brown Shoe Co Inc forecast a bleak year ahead as it grapples with rising costs, rapidly declining sales of once-popular toning footwear and wavering consumer confidence, sending its shares to their lowest in over two ...