fashion is fashionable. You can't argue with valuations when the company is stylish and is growing. The problem here is that growth has been slowing down and intl operations need a restructuring. The opportunities ahead are many and diverse but after Guess I think the stock needs to correct more.
This should not be following AEO UP today. AEO is selling jeans for UNDER $30 to the masses. TRLG was founded during a housing and market explosion when people used their homes as ATMs. TRLG will suffer when the masses are suffering. It's not cool to strut around in expensive clothes when so many are shopping at the Salvation Army.