Publicly Traded Women's Clothing Stores

U.S. Exchanges

List of Publicly Traded Women’s Clothing Stores Listed on U.S. Exchanges

If you shop for women’s clothing you will likely recognize numerous brand names on this list. Even if you do not avidly shop, it would be hard not to recognize many of the brand names on this list as there are over 10,000 women’s apparel stores collectively operated by these companies. Some of these stores sell fashion merchandise for all types of women and age groups, while other stores have a targeted demographic they are attempting to attract. For example, Ascena Retail Group owns (ASNA) Lane Bryant which caters to plus-size women and they also own Justice which targets girls between the ages of 7 and 12.

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List of Clothing and Footwear Companies

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List of Publicly Traded Retail Stores

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Women’s Apparel: Large-Cap Stocks

L Brands, Inc. (LB) (Diversified specialty stores: lingerie, personal care and beauty products; brands include Bath & Body Works, Henri Bendel , La Senza, PINK  and Victoria’s Secret)

Women’s Apparel: Small-Cap Stocks

Ascena Retail Group, Inc. (ASNA) (Retail stores focusing on women and tween girls; brands include Dressbard, Maurices, Justice, Lane Bryant Ann Taylor, LOFT and Catherines)

Cato Corporation (The) (CATO) (Apparel and accessories specialty stores: brands include Cato, Versona, It’s Fashion and It’s Fashion Metro)

Chico’s FAS, Inc. (CHS) (Boutiques and outlets for women’s apparel and accessories; brands include Boston Proper, Chico’s, Soma Intimates and White House | Black Market)

Francesca’s Holdings Corporation (FRAN) (Retail boutiques targeting female consumers between the ages of 18 and 35)

Kate Spade & Company (KATE) (Brands include Kate Spade New York: handbags, apparel, jewelry, watches and eyewear; Jack Spade: apparel, bags and accessories)

Winmark Corporation (WINA) (Diversified specialty stores: Brands include Once Upon A Child, Plato’s Closet, Play It Again Sports and Style Encore)

Women’s Apparel: Micro-Cap Stocks

Bebe Stores, Inc. (BEBE) (Specialty retail stores)

Christopher & Banks Corporation (CBK) (Women’s apparel stores: brands include Christopher & Banks (Petite sizes 4-16), CJ Banks (Plus Sizes) and MPW stores)

Destination Maternity Corporation (DEST) (Retail locations focusing on maternity apparel)

Ever-Glory International Group, Inc. (EVK) (China: retail stores focusing on women’s apparel)

New York & Company, Inc. (NWY) (Retails stores focusing on women’s fashion apparel and accessories)

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