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  • NEW YORK, Feb 19- Michael Kors Holdings Ltd and Ralph Lauren Corp were among the top-mentioned brands by social media users during New York Fashion Week, the result of a push by fashion houses to build buzz among fans who otherwise would not be exposed to their shows. Both companies were among the top five brands that received. Michael Kors received 70,902 related...

  • "The traditional structure of Fashion Week, particularly in New York, has been shifting for the past few seasons," said Alexandra Ilyashov, a fashion editor at the lifestyle website Refinery29. More than 230,000 people attend the New York events in February to see the designs for the coming fall and in September, for spring fashion. In recent years, the fashion shows,...

  • *Ralph Lauren, Kohl's drag down other retailers. Feb 4- A jump in materials shares helped U.S. stocks eke out a second straight day of gains on Thursday, though disappointing forecasts from retailers and anxiety ahead of Friday's jobs report limited the advance. Adam Sarhan, chief executive of Sarhan Capital in New York, said the market is trying to bounce from "...

  • Feb 4- The S&P 500 and Nasdaq edged lower in choppy trading Thursday after disappointing forecasts from retailers and as investors braced for Friday's monthly jobs report. Ralph Lauren sank 22 percent to $90.15 while Kohl's fell 18.4 percent to $41.70, the two biggest percentage decliners in the S&P 500.. The Dow was in positive territory, helped by shares of...

  • *Weekly employment numbers rise more than expected. *Ralph Lauren, Kohl's drag down other retailers. Feb 4- The S&P 500 and Nasdaq were little changed while the Dow was up 0.26 percent in choppy trading on Thursday as oil prices pared earlier gains and investors awaited the monthly jobs report on Friday.

  • Kohl's shares plunged as much as 20 percent to a near seven-year low of $41.06. Ralph Lauren's stock fell 18 percent, touching a more than five year-low of $94.02. "The worry is that the winter stock is not being sold even with deep discounts," said Neil Saunders, chief executive at retail research firm Conlumino.

  • *Weekly employment numbers rise more than expected. Feb 4- U.S. stock indexes fluctuated on Thursday as equities tracked oil prices. "In the short term, we really need to see a decent payroll number tomorrow and for earnings season to conclude with no major surprises," said Bill Merz, investment strategist at U.S.

  • The company's stock fell as much as 15 percent to $43.44 in early trading, pulling down shares of other retailers. Kohl's said it now estimates 2015 earnings of $3.95- $4.00 per share, excluding losses from debt repayment. Kohl's had earlier expected earnings to be at the low end of its forecast of $4.40- $4.60 per share.

  • Feb 4- Luxury fashion retailer Ralph Lauren Corp reported a bigger-than-expected decline in holiday-quarter sales, hurt by unusually warm weather and fewer tourists visiting its stores in North America. Total sales at established stores fell 7 percent in the quarter ended Dec. 26. Ralph Lauren's net income fell nearly 40 percent to $131 million, or $1.54 per...

  • *Weekly employment numbers rise more than expected. Feb 4- Wall Street looked set to open lower on Thursday as oil prices slipped, pressured by oversupply and skepticism about the progress of efforts to lobby crude producers for output cuts. "Investors are still keeping an eye on oil with the market reacting as if oil is a clear signal on global demand," said Scott...

  • Feb 4- Luxury fashion retailer Ralph Lauren Corp reported a 4.3 percent decline in quarterly sales, hurt by unusually warm weather in North America, lower tourist traffic and a strong dollar. The company's net income fell to $131 million, or $1.54 per share, in the third quarter ended Dec. 26, from $215 million, or $2.41 per share, a year earlier. Net revenue fell to $1.95...

  • Ricki Lauren, Ralph Lauren and Dylan Lauren, left to right, attend a reception at Marion's Continental in New York, April 26, 2008.

    Designer Ralph Lauren, who built a fashion powerhouse on luxury designs inspired by country club chic, announced Tuesday he is stepping down as CEO.

  • Ralph Lauren steps aside

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports fashion icon Ralph Lauren is handing the reigns to a new leader - the Gap's Stefan Larsson.

  • Change is in the air at Ralph Lauren: Pro

    Dana Telsey, CEO & chief research officer at Telsey Advisory Group, discusses news that designer Ralph Lauren is stepping down as chief executive officer from the company that bears his name.

  • Ralph Lauren steps aside as CEO

    Old Navy Global President Stefan Larsson will take over as CEO of Ralph Lauren, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.

  • Retail trends for the fall

    Insight to shopping trends into the back-to-school and fall season, with Oliver Chen, Cowen and Company.

  • Materialism softening, recommend quality retail: Analyst

    Discussing the pressure on retail stocks, and where to put your money, with Oliver Chen, Cowen and Company. He likes TJX Companies & Costco.

  • Ralph Lauren Polo shirts are on display in a store window in New York.

    The results did not meet Wall Street expectations, and its shares dropped in premarket trade.

  • Ferrari's line Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, Calif., to celebrate it's 60th year anniversary in North America.

    The sale of 10 percent of Ferrari may be the ultimate auction for fans of the supercar. A look at the billionaires who might be ready to grab a piece of the action.

  • Power Rundown: Detroit's water crisis

    CNBC's Simon Hobbs, Morgan Brennan and Dominic Chu look at today's "Power Lunch" stories, including water shut-offs in Detroit, and Ralph Lauren's new smart shirts.