The fashion chamber has implemented new initiatives as part of its #TogetherForTomorrow project to help young talent navigate through the crisis.
Unions claim the decision to move 170 employees to Milan is a strategy of “lay offs masked by a proposal of a mass transfer.”
The designer will continue to support health operators fighting the coronavirus.
The procedure is expected from Sept. 1, according to the unions.
The country’s National Institute for Statistics ISTAT released the figures on Monday ahead of the new government aid package expected this week.
As it plans to gradually reopen offices in Italy from May 4, the luxury company is also offering training courses and tutorials dedicated to the coronavirus.
The Milan-based luxury fashion label makes women’s ready-to-wear, men’s wear, intimates and activewear.
In the conversation with Liz Goldwyn launching on April 1, the designer says “the idea of sex is the idea of God. The idea of sex is the idea of energy.”
The retailer was just one of many companies to begin layoffs amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The decision was made in light of the coronavirus pandemic.