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Coach owner Tapestry, Ralph Lauren warn of slowing holiday season demand

Saunders said while spending has not collapsed, there has been a slight diminution of demand for higher-end accessories ...

Tapestry deepens push into China, undeterred by luxury market slump

Baoji will be Tapestry's second foray into a fourth-tier city after it opened a Coach store two years ago in Daqing.

Tapestry, Estee Lauder feel profit pinch from China lockdowns

Tapestry, which also owns Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman, said it was beginning to see a recovery in demand in China.

Retail appointments of the week

Toys 'R' Us Asia CEO exits; JD Sports' new CEO; Tapestry COO retires; and more.

Global brands continue to shutter stores across China as coronavirus spreads

Widespread temporary store closures continue across China as the coronavirus continues to spread throughout the country.

Tapestry CEO dumped as share price plunges

New York-based luxury accessories and lifestyle house Tapestry has ousted its CEO suddenly due to the company’s poor sal...

Chinese brand ambassadors severe ties citing sovereignty

Chinese brand ambassadors of fashion labels from Coach to Givenchy have severed ties with the companies over products wh...

Tapestry plans 100 more stores in Asia

Tapestry, the parent of Coach, Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman, plans to open about 100 stores in Asia this year, most of...

Coach Hong Kong judged best company to work for in Asia

Luxury leather goods retailer Coach Hong Kong has been awarded the “Best Company to Work for in Asia 2019” by HR Asia ma...

Tapestry CEO blames designs for lacklustre holiday sales

Tapestry CEO says his company’s performance fell short of expectations; blames designs.