It compares to a net loss of $315.2 million for 2016.
The two have inked an “exclusive global multiyear innovation partnership” to make stores attractive to connected Millennials in the future.
McQueen follows Saint Laurent, which joined the platform last week.
Saint Laurent joins brands including La Perla and Emporio Armani on the platform aimed at reaching China’s super wealthy online shoppers.
The alliance will further boost JD.com’s fashion appeal and will provide a counter to the Alibaba ecosystem.
Lam will launch for the first time in the Chinese market via the app operated by JD.com.
The winners and losers of third-quarter earnings, according to WWD.
Management said apparel would be challenged over the next two to three quarters due to brands coerced into leaving the platform.
Alibaba reported $25.4 billion in GMV for the 24 hours of Singles’ Day, while JD.com reported $19.1 billion for Nov. 1 to 11.
Stephanie Phair talked scaling in China, Style.com and tech solutions.