By  on July 20, 2018

MILAN — The owners of Roberto Cavalli are taking stock of the performance of the brand and are liking what they see, according to market sources. As a result, Italian private equity fund Clessidra SGR, which took control of the Florence-based brand in 2015, is said to be open to bringing in other investors to inject fresh capital and expand the fashion house.

One source said “the company’s reorganization is over, with revenues picking up and break-even expected for the year, in light of the first six months of 2018,” and that creative director Paul Surridge has been forging a path for the label with his first two shows in Milan and the men’s collection unveiled at Pitti Uomo last month. These are all elements that are leading Clessidra “to have great and growing confidence in the opportunities to further develop the brand.”

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