The New York-based company posted a quarterly profit compared with a loss a year earlier.
The AAFA — whose members include Ralph Lauren Corp and Tapestry — the CFDA and the FDRA sent a letter to the White House objecting to the president's expected tariffs on Chinese-imported goods.
This week, Ralph Lauren taps Alice Delahunt for the newly created chief digital officer role, while Abercrombie & Fitch executive chairman Arthur Martinez will step down at the end of the fiscal year.
The brand's pursuit of higher-quality sales channels and fewer discounts helped second-quarter revenue reach $1.66 billion, just above the $1.64 billion predicted by analysts.
Ralph Lauren's first quarter net income of $59 million exceeded Wall Street expectations, with reported revenue of over $1.3 billion.