Michael Kors, which acquired Jimmy Choo in November of last year, reported better than expected revenues from the brand for the second quarter of its financial year, ended on Sept. 30, with double-digit growth on a pro forma basis. A contribution of $116.7 million from Jimmy Choo helped boost the group's total sales by 9.3 percent to $1.25 billion. Net income declined to $137.6 million from $202.9 million. The share price fell steeply as the results were lower than expected, in spite of optimistic prospects from the recently acquired Versace business.