Analysts at MKM Partners sent Michael Kors Holdings (KORS) stock tumbling 1% to $35.54 in premarket trading Tuesday after the firm initiated coverage of the company with a "sell" rating and $26 price target. 

The price target represents a potential downside of 27% from the stock's previous closing price. 

The firm says that there is a slow infusion of innovation at the company and there is a threat that Kors will shift its focus to lower margin products. 

"Operating margin is structurally headed lower from the shift to retail, investments in omni-channel, and product mix shift to lower margin categories," analyst Roxanne Meyer wrote. 

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Watch out, Apple: Louis Vuitton Tuesday unveiled its first smartwatch coined the Tambour Horizon in a bid to cut into Apple Inc's (AAPL - Get Report) hold on the wearables market, TheStreet reports.

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