MILAN — Sales at Italian fashion group Aeffe SpA grew 10.2 percent in 2007 thanks largely to advances in Europe and Russia.
Aeffe, which operates the Alberta Ferretti, Moschino and Pollini brands, and produces collections for Jean Paul Gaultier, on Monday reported 2007 full-year sales of 293.2 million euros, or $401.9 million at average exchange rates for the period. The figure excludes revenues from a stake in the Narciso Rodriguez brand, which Aeffe sold to Liz Claiborne Inc. in May.
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