Ralph Lauren delivered strong results this quarter surpassing revenue expectations of Wall Street as a result of solid growth across all key regions. The global operating environment was volatile, but the company has driven high-quality new consumer onboarding. Ralph delivered solid consumer metrics, which include increased net promoter scores, purchase intent, and global brand consideration through an engaging mix of performance marketing and purpose-led investments. This helped drive an earnings beat. The company’s special releases and product launches include the campaign activations of the global polo shirts, which include the company’s limited-edition vintage Cobble Hill: Upcycled Polo Shirts, Athletic Club, and its foremost unisex Stirrup eyewear collection. In the quarter, there has been continued progress on its sustainability and citizenship journey, which includes the announcements of its foremost Cradle-to-Cradle product that is certified with its luxury iconic cashmere crewneck sweater, also the new Live On Promise. As a part of its continued digital efforts, Ralph Lauren launched additional digital sites in vital markets worldwide, including Israel and India. We provide the stock of Ralph Lauren with a ‘Hold’ rating and a revision in the target price.
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