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Style Expert Ashley Fultz joined us live with the hottest spring shoe trends from Vince Camuto. To enter the giveaway that Ashley mentioned, which offers the chance to win a vacation at Palm Springs’ Villa Royale, plus an American Express gift card, visit the Vince Camuto Getaway Sweepstakes. To...
If you're in need of some new sandals for the summer season, Vince Camuto has plenty of trendy styles to shop — details
Vanessa and Stella Hudgens celebrated the season of giving with the popular shoe brand Vince Camuto. With the holidays right around the corner, the sisters made merry and posted to their Instagram showing their followers via their Stories the perfect gift guide featuring Vince Camuto products. Stella Hudgens is seen in a cream sweater, hugging the ever-popular slouchy Armonda boot in New Cream close to her. The boot is knee-length and perfectly matches the sweater she wears in her post. The actress added to the look with a fresh red manicure peeking in the frame. In a secondary post made to her story,...
Dec. 3, 2021: Coach is in the holiday spirit. On Thursday night in New York, the brand announced its multi-year partnership with Rockefeller center, which kicked off this season with the unveiling of Après Skate at Rockefeller Center presented by Coach, and the Coach Holiday Truck. Après Skate features a cozy dining experience from charming chalets, operated by a Rockefeller Center restaurant partner, which opens today through Dec. 31. In addition, the Coach Holiday Truck will be on display and available for purchase, featuring pieces from the Coach Holiday and Ski collections. To celebrate, Coach hosted an ice-skating party with...
Style expert Ashley Fultz joined us with the hottest fall shoe trends from Vince Camuto. To shop the looks seen in the segment and so many more, visit Vince Camuto’s website. For more information on Ashley, visit her website. This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on Oct....
The Camuto Group is entering a new era, while paying homage to the past. Despite 2020 being a year stacked with challenges, the Designer Brands Inc.-owned company is moving full speed ahead. Leading the charge is industry veteran Debbie Ferrée, vice chairman of DBI and president of Camuto Group. Ferrée, who has worked at DSW for more than 20 years, officially took over leadership of the Camuto division in June, although she’s been in the position on an interim basis since last August. In this permanent role, Ferrée is focused on growing its owned brand Vince Camuto and licenses Jessica Simpson and Lucky, while further integrating the business into the parent company. (Camuto Group was acquired in 2018 in partnership with Authentic Brands Group.)
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The opulent collection of Nine West cofounder and shoe magnate Vince Camuto, who died in 2015 at the age of 78, is soon to hit the auction block. The designer — who lived in a Greenwich, Conn., mansion named Château Ridge at the time of his death — was an avid collector of decorative arts, particularly those from the Italian Renaissance and pre-Napoleonic French courts.
Inside DBI’s New Strategy for Camuto Group: JLo, Vince Camuto to Relaunch As Company Trims Brand Roster
It’s been a rough ride for Camuto Group, but parent company Designer Brands Inc. is confident its new plan for the business will work as pandemic recovery takes hold. Camuto — which has been heavily impacted by the decline in dress shoe sales — saw total sales, including those to sister company DSW, decrease 49.5% to $52.2 million in the fourth-quarter. The company said it cut production by 40% in the fourth quarter, compared to 30% in the third quarter. There are signs of improvement, however: In the first quarter, it expects Camuto production to be down by about 15% compared with Q1 2020.