By  on January 3, 2019

With Versace under its wing, how will Capri Holdings — formerly Michael Kors Holdings — make a run at the luxury accessories market? The company is hoping that Versace, plus its 2017 flagship acquisition Jimmy Choo, will add fire to its handbag and shoe business and help turn it into a true luxury group to rival the likes of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Kering and its U.S. rival, Tapestry.

If the runway is any indication, Versace’s December pre-fall 2019 show in New York could be a window into the group’s plans. In each look, models sported handbags and high-wattage footwear, with the label showing a complete range of quilted shoulder bags, fanny packs, evening clutches and luggage.

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