Small brands can carve out a safe niche for themselves in an overcrowded fashion market, former Valentino chairman Matteo Marzotto said, adding that ideas count more than money in the crisis-hit luxury industry.
Ever since its arrival in the european market in 2004, the company Tichebox has had license to make Hilfiger’s bags and leather accessories, for which it has made a turnover of over 16.5 million euros in 2009, according to the group.
Italian fashion house Cavalli, best known for its animal print clothes, aims to increase its accessories and menswear businesses in the next two to three years to help expansion in Asia and the United States, its chief executive said.
Created in 1907, Polo de Deauville is central to the world of polo and takes its form today with a ready-to-wear collection which will be presented at Bread&Butter. First muse Georgia Jagger is also revealed.
Barneys New York's results so far this year are well ahead of its own projections, helped by revived luxury spending, though its debt load remains a drag, according to a source familiar with the matter.