With each passing week, lockdown is getting eased across the globe and now Tapestry, Inc., which owns reputed fashion labels such as Coach and Kate Spade, has announced to slowly reopen its stores by the end of this week.
Much to the liking of the loyalists of the aforementioned fashion labels, Tapestry reportedly hopes 300 stores of Kate Spade, Coach and Stuart Weitzman in North America will offer store pickup service for shoppers – and this may happen as early as this weekend.
That’s not all! Around 20 stores in Europe and 35 in Japan too will offer in-store service for the shoppers.
Around 35 stores in Malaysia and another 30 in Australia will also be offering the same.
The fashion luxury house said in a statement that its store-reopening approach across the globe was built on the success of the same in countries like South Korea and China, where reopening of stores witnessed good surge in footfall.
Here it is important to note that the luxury house has introduced many safety measures like training its employees, initiating cleaning procedures as well as providing sanitisers and wipes. Besides, there will also be regular temperature and health checks for all employees once they reach their workplace.
Notably, Tapestry brands have together committed US $ 9 million to support COVID-19 relief measures.