On Tuesday, Coach reported adjusted earnings of 75 cents a share, ahead of Wall Street estimates for 74 cents a share. Revenue climbed 4% from the prior year to $1.32 billion, meeting analyst estimates. North American same-store sales rose 3%, topping forecasts for an increase of 2.2%. As in recent quarters, Coach was helped by a venture into more premium handbags such as its 1941 collection. Coach's sales of handbags priced above $400 rose to 50% of its retail store sales, up drastically from 30% a year ago.