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Despite the editorial acclaim the Jil Sander brand endeared under Raf Simons' reign, profits weren't anything to write home about. The Wall Street Journal reports that "During much of Simons's tenure, the company remained solidly in the red. Last year, revenue was up 14% and almost broke even, but that was due, in large part, to 'cutting costs and a more selective distribution." [WSJ]