Coach (COH) will increase its push to become a full lifestyle brand as it seeks to keep up with...


Coach (COH) will increase its push to become a full lifestyle brand as it seeks to keep up with Michael Kors and Tony Burch, but could face an uphill battle. The analyst take: Typically, high-end retailers have more success expanding into new products when dealing from a position of strength - instead of playing catch-up. Though early results for new shoe products have been promising, Coach faces some margin risk as inventories expand in new areas.

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  • Dividends For The Long Haul
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    COH looks like a great long term investment, and the push to become a lifestyle brand will support long term growth: seekingalpha.com/artic...
    30 May 2013, 11:41 AM Reply Like
  • bearishly
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    Didn't know Tory's brother Tony [Burch] is getting into the apparel business too...
    30 May 2013, 11:42 AM Reply Like
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