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Monday, November 25, 2013

Vince Holding Corp. (VNCE) began trading on the NYSE on 22 November 2013

Contemporary clothing maker Apparel Holding Corp. changed its name to Vince Holding Corp. (NYSE: VNCE) immediately before its Friday IPO on Friday. The company sold 10 million shares at $20 a share, above the expected range of $17 to $19. Vince Holding makes high-end apparel under several brand names that are sold in department stores like Bloomingdale’s and Neiman Marcus. The stock opened at $29.50 and closed at $28.66, about 43% above the IPO price.

The company visited the NYSE on Monday, November 25, to celebrate its Friday's IPO. Vince executives including CEO Jill Granoff, CFO Lisa Klinger and President Karin Gregersen rang the NYSE Opening Bell.

Vince billboard


Vince Holding Corp, formerly Apparel Holding Corp., is a diversified apparel company. The Company designs, manufactures, and markets a collection of fashion brands which include Vince, Rebecca Taylor, David Meister, Sag Harbor, My Michelle and XOXO, along with numerous private label businesses for retailers. The Company operates in four segments: Vince, American Recreational Products (ARP), Juniors and Moderate. Vince, contemporary fashion apparel and accessories sold under the Vince brand name through wholesale distribution to department stores and specialty stores as well as direct-to-consumer through Vince’s retail stores and the Website. American Recreational Products (ARP), recreational apparel and products sold under Kelty, Sierra Designs, Ultimate Direction, Slumberjack, Wenzel and Isis brand names.


6th Floor, 1441 Broadway
NEW YORK, NY 10018
United States 


Key stats and ratios

Q3 (Aug '13)2013
Net profit margin-4.39%-14.92%
Operating margin6.78%2.85%
EBITD margin-3.77%
Return on average assets-7.60%-23.21%
Return on average equity--

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