Tag : Kate Spade
Fashion retail's highs and lows of 2018Subscription
As this year comes to a close and a new one approaches, Drapers recaps the twists and turns in the retail industry over the past 12 months
Coach sales boost Tapestry first-quarter results Subscription
Luxury lifestyle and accessories brand owner Tapestry has reported net sales of $1.38bn (£1.08bn) for the three months to 29 September, boosted by sales from Coach.
Kate Spade purchase helps growth at Tapestry Subscription
Net sales at fashion group Tapestry Inc jumped 31% on a reported basis, to $5.88bn (£4.62bn) in the 52-week period to 30 June, compared with $4.49bn (£3.53bn) in the previous year.
Fashion designer Kate Spade was found dead in her New York apartment in 5 June.
Tapestry, the US owner of Coach, Stuart Weitzman and Kate Spade, has announced a 35% jump in net sales to $1.79bn (£1.28bn) for the second quarter of 2018.
Kate Spade to launch in BluewaterSubscription
Accessories brand Kate Spade New York is launching its first full-price standalone store outside London at the Bluewater Shopping Centre in Kent.
Coach to buy Kate Spade for $2.4bn Subscription
Coach has agreed to buy Kate Spade New York for $2.4bn (£1.9bn) to create “the first New York-based house of modern luxury lifestyle brands”, said Coach chief executive Victor Luis.
Handbag and accessories retailer Kate Spade New York has confirmed it is “exploring strategic alternatives” as it reported a rise in sales for the previous year.
House of Fraser’s head of buying – fashion accessories brands and concessions – highlights her top five womenswear brands
From teddy bear tea parties to LED tickers, Drapers looks at the techniques employed by Kate Spade New York, Timberland and Uniqlo to draw shoppers into their new or refurbished central London stores. Scroll through the gallery for the images and see below for more details on each.