I'm currently working with the following two situations:

$\mathbb A$ is a monoidal category, $\mathbb B$ is an $\mathbb A$-enriched monoidal category, and $\mathbb C$ is a $\mathbb B$-enriched category (and ${\mathbb A}\ncong {\mathbb B}$, ${\mathbb B}\ncong {\mathbb C}$, ${\mathbb A}\ncong {\mathbb C}$).

$\mathbb V$ and $\mathbb W$ are monoidal categories, $v$ is a $\mathbb V$-enriched category, $w$ is a $\mathbb W$-enriched category, and there is a monoidal functor $F:{\mathbb V}\to{\mathbb W}$.

I haven't been able to find much in Kelly's *Basic Concepts of Enriched Category Theory*, but surely others have come across these two situations before; there are lots of easy results (like, the image of $v$ under $F$ is a $\mathbb W$-enriched category) which must have been known for ages. Are there terms for the situations above? That would help me search the literature. If not, even just one paper on either of these cases with a bibliography would be a good foothold.

So far everything I've found on enriched category theory seems to focus on the case where there's only one enriching category in which all of the enriched categories are enriched (or the self-enrichment case where $\mathbb D$ is isomorphic to a $\mathbb D$-enriched category).

Thank you!