NEW YORK — Women’s wear is making Tommy run — and it has big plans in plus sizes and misses’.

Accounting-related charges pushed Tommy Hilfiger’s first-quarter results $438.8 million into the red, but signs of gross-margin improvement helped the firm outperform Wall Street’s expectations and push its stock up 9 percent Monday.

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