By  on July 11, 2018

LONDON — The heat is on at Burberry, which reported a 3 percent uptick in first-quarter retail sales to 479 million pounds, broadly in line with analysts’ projections, and which is fine-tuning its commercial model ahead of Riccardo Tisci’s runway debut in September.

Drivers behind the growth were Chinese tourists, who have shifted their attention away from Europe and to Asia-Pacific, and the U.S., which has begun to embrace Burberry once again.

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