There was a little slump last quarter, but shoppers are apparently back to buying up Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior.
Plans are still underway to separate Old Navy in 2020.
Don't worry, it's still making Kering plenty of money.
Luckily, online sales are still strong.
It looks like ousted CEO James Brett did have a positive impact on the company in his short tenure after all.
"Everything's on the table" as the company says it will reevaluate all aspects of its business.
Never underestimate the power of Alessandro Michele.
The brand is in a much better place than it was a couple of years ago.
The conglomerate continues to rake in the cash thanks largely — but not *only* — to Gucci.
Louis Vuitton continues to be a cash cow, with lots of excitement around Virgil Abloh's menswear debut.
Chanel has shown us the receipts by releasing annual earnings for the first time in more than 100 years.
In a landscape traditionally dominated by Net-a-Porter and Farfetch, this London-based luxury e-commerce business is not to be overlooked.
The activewear giant had a good, but not great, third quarter.
Will 2018 be the year it turns itself around?
The beauty giant reported a 17 percent spike in sales on Friday.
"We must evolve our business model from a traditional brick-and-mortar specialty retailer to a digital-first omnichannel business."
The teen retailer was on the up and up in its third quarter.
Buckle up, Yoox Net-a-Porter Group.
Is the activewear giant in trouble?