As of July 2012, Michael Kors handbags are made in China. The brand's handbags are manufactured by Sitoy Group Holdings Ltd, which also lists Coach, Prada, Lacoste, Fossil Inc. and Tumi among its clients.
The company Sitoy operated five manufacturing facilities, as of 2011. All five facilities were in the Guangdong province of China. Four of the facilities were in Dongguan, and one was in Yingde. The company began building another plant in Yingde in 2012 to boost its production capacity to 24 million handbags in 2014. Sitoy purchases raw materials for the handbags it produces from over 300 different merchants, most of which are located outside of China.