By  on March 7, 2018

MILAN — Brunello Cucinelli has a dream, which he confessed to analysts on Wednesday as the company that bears his name reported a 13.4 percent spike in net profits last year. “I would like the company to be owned by the family for centuries — although it won’t necessarily be managed by it. I have always said you inherit the property, but not the management.”

Cucinelli is a rare breed in the industry, taking the time to talk to analysts quoting a Russian author urging them to look at the sky and the stars when feeling downcast or in the throes of “an interior storm,” or pointing to the recent meeting of the North and South Korean leaders to “make peace.”

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