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You have the Apple watch on your wrist or Sensoria smart sock on your feet, we have now entered an age where the internet of things, the quantified self and wearable tech is transforming the way we view design, digital and how we develop net new inventions for our customers. As as that sounds, that not the best part. The best part comes when the winning designers each receive a fully produced version of their item by Anna Wintour.QR codes are quickly becoming a part of any integrated marketing campaign.
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The stock dropped as much as 17 percent after the warning, the second such dive in less than two months, as analysts and investors questioned whether the company’s sales were faltering in the face of increased competition and supply chain problems.The Vancouver, British Columbia based company said on Monday its same store sales, revenue and earnings would be lower than it forecast in early December as traffic and sales slowed “meaningfully” in January.Lululemon, which was forced to recall some of its signature black stretchy yoga pants in March because they were too sheer, had already warned of a slowdown on December 12, acknowledging that sales had been hurt by negative press about the product recall and by comments by its founder on women’s body shapes.The company’s once stellar sales growth, however, had started to slow even before the recall.”It’s a bad morning for Lululemon shareholders, but I think all signs, every fundamental sign pointed to this type of earnings reduction,” said Brian Sozzi, chief executive of Belus Capital Advisors. His store checks showed pricey workout gear from those brands selling well through the holiday season.Cowen and Co analyst Faye Landes slashed her target for the stock to $48 from $90 and downgraded the shares to a “market perform” from “outperform” after the warning.The stock fell by $9.26 to $50.34 on Nasdaq. Over the past year, it has fallen about 30 percent.”Maybe Lulu customers have shifted to more of a replacement than stock up mode, which would mean fewer sales per person, and maybe competition is taking little bites out of Lulu’s business, especially among less hard core customers,” Landes wrote in a note to clients, which said supply chain problems could also be to blame.Lululemon did not say whether recent bad weather had played a role in the sales drop, but said it was on track to meet its sales and earnings guidance through the month of December.”Since the beginning of January, we have seen traffic and sales trends decelerate meaningfully,” Chief Financial Officer John Currie said in a statement.Sozzi said he does not see Lululemon’s struggles as part of an industry wide trend because its target customer is relatively wealthy, which he said makes the warning even more troubling.Lululemon said it now expects net revenue of $513 million to $518 million for the quarter, down from the $535 million to $540 million it forecast earlier.It forecast same store sales in the “negative low to mid single digits” on a percentage basis, compared with its earlier forecast of flat sales.Lululemon said it expected to earn between 71 cents and 73 cents per share.