Stuart Weitzman Archives - Inside Retail Asia
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.
Alibaba Group sales soared 41 per cent in the December quarter as its customer based neared 700 million.
Growing engagement with millennials and reduced discounting has boosted profit for New York-based fashion group Tapestry.
Tapestry growth continues to be boosted by the inclusion of Kate Spade data, masking the company’s true performance.
Women’s shoe retailer Nine West, laden with billions of dollars of debt, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in New York.
Tapestry has taken back direct control of its Kate Spade China operations.
Former Stuart Weitzman CEO Wayne Kulkin has launched a new brand to take advantage of the fast-growing luxury sneaker category.
Supermodel Gigi Hadid has partnered with Stuart Weitzman on two exclusive footwear styles for launch this fall.
First quarter sales for Tapestry – the company previously known as Coach – were less than flattering.
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.
A 2000 sqft Kate Spade flagship store is planned for the heart of Paris.