Meanwhile, headwinds persist for the Michael Kors and Jimmy Choo brands, especially in Europe.
But strong digital demand, international growth and health and wellness trends leave the company looking to the future.
Especially online and abroad.
Despite nearly $52 million in losses, the company sees strength in its digital and international businesses.
Meanwhile, the luxury jeweler and LVMH have three more months to complete the $16.2 billion merger.
Company shares shot up more than 15 percent after the retailer announced a $34 million quarterly profit driven by its growing e-commerce businesses.
Meanwhile, turnaround plans continue for the Coach, Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman parent company.
The Wrangler, Lee and Rock & Republic parent company lost $33 million in the most recent quarter thanks to the global shutdown.
That’s on top of the $590 million loss reported just a few months ago.
Paris is offering free neighborhood tours for residents, while Milan has set up a “Yes Milano” web site.
The innerwear and activewear company sold $752 million worth of PPE, such as face masks and hospital gowns, during the quarter.