The company, which has recently inaugurated a flagship in Los Angeles, is closing 2017 with revenues of 147 million euros, up 36 percent compared to 2016.
The designer is focusing on his namesake brand as the company expects to close 2017 with an increase in sales between 20 and 25 percent.
The chairman and ceo will be succeeded by his son Marco Angeloni.
Upgraded product, a new retail design, e-commerce site and enhanced social media are all in the works.
The designer operates outside of the fashion system, but has gained a cult following by aiming to create special product that’s missing from the market.
The Bloodhound Project is aimed at building a car that can set a new World Land Speed record of 1,000 mph.
The Japanese fashion labels will present their fall 2018 men’s collections with back-to-back runway shows on Jan. 11.
The designer cut his teeth working for Thom Browne and Club Monaco before launching his eponymous brand.
The 7,900-square-foot space at 140 Maiden Lane opens to the public on Sept. 22.
The son of the founder of what’s been billed the most expensive store in the world has some new ideas for the business.