On Tuesday, the athleticwear retailer will begin selling moisturizer, dry shampoo, deodorant and lip balm alongside its mega-popular leggings.
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The athleisure company will also focus on digital and international sales.
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The athleisure company, which has never launched a proper ad campaign, needs more eyes on its product in order to accelerate growth.
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It's starting to focus on store growth in Europe and Asia.
He feels it has "lost its way."
Men are already shopping the brand, and new creative director Lee Holman will be tasked with attracting more of them.
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