NEW YORK — IT Holding is restructuring its stable of Italian brands under a newly relocated commander of its U.S. operations, who has ambitious retail plans for labels including Gianfranco Ferré, Just Cavalli and Romeo Gigli.
The company said last week that brand operations are now under the control of Enrico Di Muccio, chief executive officer of IT Holding USA, a 13-year veteran of the Italian conglomerate who recently relocated to New York. Di Muccio is expected to strategize growth opportunities for several IT labels in the wake of a restructuring of the company’s long-standing relationship with Dolce & Gabbana, which brought the marketing and sales side of its licensed D&G collection back in house.
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