In pre-market trade on Wednesday, luxury handbag maker Michael Kors (NYSE:KORS) was in focus, with shares up 7.89% to US$70.60.
The group unveiled earnings and revenues, which topped analysts' expectations.
It came after another successful showing by Coach parent Tapestry yesterday.
Its fourth quarter numbers beat EPS (earnings per share) and revenue estimates.
A US$52mln restructuring charge was made in the three months, mainly including workforce reductions and facility closures.
The firm had revenue of US$1.60bn against US$1.72bn, which had been projected.
Electric car giant and Elon Musk firm Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) is set to report after the bell later.
Shares are up 0.89% to US$336.95 in pre-market deals and closed 0.25% up on Tuesday.
The group is forecast to report quarterly loss at US$3.12 per share on revenue of US$3.28bn.