LONDON — Tommy Hilfiger is withstanding retail’s rocky waters.
Today, the brand will report a 21 percent rise in group sales to 1.6 billion euros, or $2.27 billion, from 1.34 billion euros, or $1.9 billion in the year ended March 31, thanks to double-digit growth in Europe and North America and the integration of Hilfiger’s Japanese operations. The figures do not adjust for currency fluctuations or discontinued operations.
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