By  on January 16, 2014

MILAN — Expansion of its retail network and a 52.5 percent jump in sales in China helped Brunello Cucinelli SpA report a 15.4 percent rise in preliminary revenues to 322.5 million euros, or $425.7 million, in the year ended Dec. 31. This compares with revenues of 279.3 million euros, or $357.5 million, in 2012.

Chairman and chief executive officer Brunello Cucinelli said orders for spring and a strong reception of the brand’s fall men’s collection should result in double-digit revenue and profit growth this year.

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