Kate Spade Archives - Inside Retail Asia
Luxury retailer Tapestry is working on an in-depth and comprehensive review on the business to address both near-term and long-term opportunities as the company posts mixed earnings for the quarter.
New York-based luxury accessories and lifestyle house Tapestry has ousted its CEO suddenly due to the company’s poor sales results.
Tapestry, the parent of Coach, Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman, plans to open about 100 stores in Asia this year, most of them in China.
Tapestry growth continues to be boosted by the inclusion of Kate Spade data, masking the company’s true performance.
Renowned fashion designer Kate Spade has died, aged 55.
Tapestry has taken back direct control of its Kate Spade China operations.
First quarter sales for Tapestry – the company previously known as Coach – were less than flattering.
Fashion company looks to “grow beyond” one identity.
Full-year trading figures show the Coach turnaround is making excellent progress.
Michael Kors has agreed to buy Jimmy Choo for about US$1.2 billion.
Mall owners should invest in online shops to “future-proof” their business, says Colliers Philippines.
Accessories and fashion brand Coach will buy Kate Spade & Co for US$2.4 billion in a deal announced months after rumours first surfaced of a buyout.