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The recent Tory Burch deal, in which Chris Burch (Tory’s ex-husband) sold the majority of his 25% stake in the company for ~$813 million, acts as a reminder that Fifth & Pacific (FNP) is undervalued at current levels. It’s worth noting that Tory Burch is one of FNP’s closest comps. Estimates on Burch's top-line suggest a multiple north of 4x and ~3x 2012 and 2013 sales respectively. This lands right between FNP’s two publicly traded peers: KORS at 5.5x and COH at 3.5x 2012 sales and at the low-end of 2013 multiples.

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FNP on the other hand trades at less than 2x 2013 Kate Spade sales alone (not including Lucky or Juicy Couture, which FNP owns in addition to Kate Spade) – a 45% discount to the peer average. Hedgeye Retail Sector Head Brian McGough outlines the growth potential in FNP:

“We’re modeling Kate Spade sales approaching $800 million in sales for 2013 and over $1 billion in 2014; we expect profitability to continue to move upward toward the 20% level over the next 2-3 years. Assuming a 3x multiple of next year’s sales for Kate Spade alone that would imply a valuation close to a $2.5Bn for the brand – over 50% higher than the entire value of FNP today.”