Retailers Michael Kors and Coach are set to report quarterly earnings next week. Michael Kors growth has been exponential, while Coach has been struggling. Retail analyst Marie Driscoll sits down with TheStreet to talk about what she's seeing at both stores for the fall season. Driscoll says while Kors is playing up its black accessories and Camouflage designs, Coach is returning to basics, focusing on leathers and a more classic look. That said, Driscoll adds that Stuart Vevers, Coach's new executive creative director, is restoring the quality of the merchandise, yet has "brought a little naughtiness to the brand look.

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