The company noted that when excluding the 130 basis point headwind from currency due to the appreciation of the U.S. dollar, revenue increased by around 2%.
Gross profit for the quarter totalled US$1.1 billion with a gross margin of 72.5%, while net income was US$195 million.
Net sales were up by 3% year-on-year for Coach for a total of US$1.16 billion, while Kate Spade was down by 6% to US$303.2 million. Stuart Weitzman had a decline of 19% year-on-year to US$52.6 million.
Tapestry reported international revenue growth of 7% at constant currency, supported by increases of 12% in Japan and 9% in Greater China. North America, meanwhile, was flat year-on-year.
Direct-to-consumer revenue increased by 1% at constant currency, while digital was flat and represented around 25% of revenue.
Looking forward, Tapestry expected revenue of around US$6.7 billion in the full 2024 financial year, with constant currency revenue growth of 2-3% year-on-year.