Called “I See Colors Everywhere” it runs at the Triennale Museum until Sept. 28
Benetton Group also named Tommaso Brusò as its new chief operating officer.
The Florence-based company designs, produces and distributes the Gianni Chiarini and GUM brands’ handbags and accessories collections.
The manager is also board member of Russia’s largest children’s retailer Detsky Mir.
The financial investments had been made in 2015 and the capital gain was not disclosed.
Controlled by Edizione Srl, a Benetton family financial holding company, Olimpias comprises an industrial structure of 12 plants in Italy and abroad and 3,000 employees, of which 700 are in Italy.
The capsule will be available online, as well as in 100 United Colors of Benetton stores, starting from Dec. 1.
Giorgio Armani among the 17 prominent personalities supporting Rome’s candidacy as host of the games’ 33rd edition.
Edizione channeled 106 million euros, or $117.6 million, in the new investments.