We believe that Brand Factory will continue to reel under the stress of a consumption slowdown for a couple of quarters. Ergo, the management has re-calibrated its expansion plans from 25 to 18 stores in FY20. While Brand Factory struggles, we believe Central will chug along and add 5 stores annually. We revise our DCF based TP downwards to Rs. 500 (earlier Rs. 550) which largely mimics the downward revision in FY21/22 EBITDA estimates by 8.8% and 11% respectively. Maintain BUY FLFL's revenue grew 3.1% YoY to Rs. 16.7bn (4.4% below estimated Rs. 17.4bn). Revenue was mainly impacted by the poor performance of its off-price format Brand Factory. While, top-line disappointed, margins were protected. Gross margins grew by 146 bps YoY to 34.9% (vs est: 34.5%). Adj. EBITDA margins (Pre-IND-AS) stood at 10.2% (vs est: 8.4%). The beat was a function of trickledown effect of a depressed top line. However better than expected cost efficiencies helped reduce the operational beat. The company reported Adj. PAT at Rs 0.57 bn.