Plus, is this the end of fashion's creative "mafia"?
Plus, Tapestry CEO Jide Zeitlin resigns amidst internal investigation.
The animal rights organization took advantage of the recent stock market downturn to influence decisions at nearly a dozen fashion companies.
Plus, Prada signs first fashion sustainability-linked loan.
Victor Luis, once tasked with turning things around at Coach, is out.
Plus, Tapestry shares soar after earnings beat.
Plus, Tapestry's Victor Luis on what's next for the accessible-luxury group.
The New York-based conglomerate, which also operates Coach and Stuart Weitzman, saw its most recent revenues jump 31 percent.
Plus, Alexander Wang teamed up with Trojan Condoms on a capsule collection for Pride Month.
Giovanni Morelli resigned from the company suddenly last week, and this appears to be why.
And at Coach, look out for another Selena Gomez collaboration.
When consumers have emotional connections to clothing tags, how do houses relaunch? One serif at a time.
Plus, will Michael Kors Holdings and Tapestry Inc.'s desire to grow result in a handbags race?
The brand's recent acquisition by Coach parent company Tapestry, Inc. fueled her decision and a replacement has already been named.
The group formerly known as Coach, Inc. released its first earnings report since announcing its new identity and latest acquisition.
The rebrand becomes official October 31, 2017.