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John Lewis sales dip but fashion stays strong

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It wasn’t a good week for John Lewis Partnership with its sales falling 1.6% to almost £211 million. But the John Lewis & Partners department store chain underperformed further with a 2.3% year-on-year fall in the seven days to October 13.


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Once again it was the Home directory that was the problem (more of that later) but at least Fashion could hold its head up high with a 4% sales rise. Menswear was up 3.1% and men’s cashmere powered ahead by 12%, presumably spurred by slightly cooler weather (even if real autumnal conditions still seem some way off).

The company also said that women’s accessories did well with a 4.1% increase while Beauty, Wellbeing & Leisure sales were up 16.7%. However, this latter surge might not add much to profits as the company mainly saw rising sales due to it price-matching a competitor.

Electrical and Home Technology sales were down 4.8%. However, accessories sales were up 2.5% due to strong sales within earphones.

And now for that Home directory. Its sales fell 6.2%. While the company hailed the strength of its House brand that saw sales rising 4.4%, as well as buoyant sales of Gifts and Candles (up 3.4%), and Christmas trees and Gift Food, there’s no denying that Home overall is something of a problem. Its sales have weakened for some time now and show no sign of reversing that trend. 

There have even been suggestions that John Lewis’s status as the go-to store for the British middle classes is under threat and a weak economy could only add to the trend for even affluent consumers to trade down.

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