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According to the complaint, Stitch Fix is an online retail fashion subscription service. Stitch Fix purchases clothing, shoes and accessories from name-brand manufacturers and designs more in-house that it has manufactured. Stitch Fix personnel then select and deliver curated boxes of items to “clients” to try on, buy what they like, and return the rest. While some or all of the items can be returned free of charge, clients are incentivized to accept the entire selection through a 25% price discount that is only applied if the client accepts the entire shipment.
The Class Period commences on June 8, 2018. On June 7, 2018, after the close of trading, Stitch Fix issued a press release and letter to shareholders announcing its third quarter of 2018 financial results for the period ended April 28, 2018. The press release emphasized that Stitch Fix had experienced growth in active clients, to 2.7 million, an increase of 30% year over year.
The complaint alleges that on October 1, 2018, after the close of trading, Stitch Fix issued a press release announcing its financial results for fourth quarter of 2018, the period ended July 28, 2018. In the press release, Stitch Fix reported 2.7 million active clients, disclosing that its new active client growth had stalled throughout 4Q18. Following this news, the price of Stitch Fix common stock fell more than 35%, or $15.69 per share.
The complaint alleges that throughout the Class Period, the defendants made false and/or misleading statements and/or failed to disclose that: (a) Stitch Fix’s active client growth had slowed to a crawl; (b) Stitch Fix had completely shut down its television advertising campaign for 10 of the 13 weeks in fourth quarter of 2018, dramatically decreasing the number of new active client additions; and (c) as a result, the company’s current business metrics and financial prospects were not as strong as it had led the market to believe during the Class Period.
If you are a member of the class described above, you may no later than December 10, 2018 move the Court to serve as lead plaintiff of the class, if you so choose.
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