Strong digital sales and improving sales at stores were tempered by concerns over spiking coronavirus cases.
Meghan Frank will take over the position Nov. 23.
Gibson’s addition to the team is part of the retailer’s extended global diversity and inclusion efforts.
Crevoiserat, who has been serving as interim ceo since July, is the first woman to lead the fashion company that houses the Coach, Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman brands.
Executives cite the team’s “agility” to adjust marketing and merchandising, chase orders and “lean” into the digital business.
Going forward, the company expects to see continued material adverse impact as a result of the pandemic.
Stores reopening in the U.S. and the EMEA regions are seeing sales productivity of approximately 80 percent and 60 percent, respectively.
Even with stores reopening in at least 17 states, the company did not address the impact of the coronavirus.
The partnership is part of the retailer’s sustainability efforts. But it comes in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic — when the future of resale is still uncertain.
The list now includes Urban Outfitters, Patagonia, Everlane, Abercrombie, Glossier, Nike, Allbirds and Apple. Others have announced limited store hours.