More than 300 locations across North America will be open for curbside and storefront pickups by this weekend.
The endorsement marks the first deal with a fashion brand for Lin, and a new start for the brand to engage with the Chinese audience.
But for now, the retailer is navigating its way out of the crisis with curbside pickups, reduced inventory and possible rent abatements.
With unprecedented levels of stock to liquidate and consumers tightening their wallets, the platform jumps into the off-price game.
Essentially all of the company’s stores in China have reopened and results are slowly and steadily improving.
Tapestry will manufacture medical equipment for health-care workers by repurposing its existing 3-D printing capabilities.
Stores in North America and Europe will remain closed until at least April 10.
Meanwhile, fashion companies and brands fret over the coronavirus.
Rounding out the top five are Tom Ford, Christian Siriano , Coach and Oscar de la Renta.