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Michael Kors Braces for Potential Price Increases Amid UK Sales Downturn


Michael Kors Braces for Potential Price Increases Amid UK Sales Downturn

Demand for posh items diminishes, leading to a marked decrease in Michael Kors’ revenue from the UK market during the previous year.

Michael Kors’ annual British turnover dipped by 10% at the close of the fiscal year in April, with in-store revenue experiencing a downturn. However, the brand experienced a solid showing in its digital storefronts, as stated in a This is Money analysis.

Confronted with elevating expenses for materials, Michael Kors has suggested the likelihood of progressively raising its prices. This strategy comes after the brand implemented an average hike of 6% the prior year.

These lackluster financial results are part of a wider shrinkage in spending among luxury clientele, a reversal from the surge seen shortly after the pandemic subsided.

In line with this, the UK’s esteemed fashion house Burberry disclosed a steep decline with a 36% plummet in its yearly operational profit, summing up to £418 million. The decline came amidst stiff competition in the market.

The predicaments for Burberry were magnified by a 12% slump in comparable store transactions during the final quarter of the financial year, which erased prior gains. This led to a year-end descent of 4% in revenues, settling at £2.9 billion by March 30th.

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