NEW YORK — Desigual, the fast-growing Barcelona-based retailer and wholesaler known for its wildly colorful and graphic apparel, sees the U.S. market as fertile ground for expansion.
The company, which turns 30 in 2014, is on track to generate $1 billion in global sales this year. Its products span women’s, men’s, children’s, accessories, footwear and home and are sold in 347 Desigual stores worldwide and in 11,000 wholesale doors. The company also produces Desigual inspired by Cirque du Soleil and Desigual by Monsieur Lacroix, which are ongoing capsule collections.
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