Tod’s sales rose 17 percent in the first three months of the year, but analysts pressed for details on Diego Della Valle’s comments on the “further opportunities to be taken together” with LVMH and Chiara Ferragni’s appointment to the board.
With Chiara Ferragni, the Italian group is reaching out to a younger generation and pledges to continue to support solidarity projects.
Sales at the Tod’s group fell 30.4 percent in 2020, although the Italian luxury company reported strong business online and in China, while it has signed a credit agreement linked to sustainability targets for a maximum amount of 500 million euros.
The digital campaign features the French actress in a series of photos and short videos that pay homage to Charles Baudelaire’s classic poem “Les Bijoux.”
Third-quarter revenues at the Italian luxury group showed improvements.
Nominees at the 2020 CinéFashion Film Awards include actor Henry Cavill, as well as designers Iris Van Herpen, Guo Pei and Roger Vivier.
Many brands are continuing their philanthropic efforts by supporting breast cancer charities.
The Roger Vivier designer re-created the interactive experience of his physical presentations with a film-cum-game starring Isabelle Huppert.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic cut into the Italian luxury group’s bottom and top lines in the first half.
The goal of the Italian luxury company will be “to avoid injecting too much product on the market,” taking into account the possibility consumer spending might restart “in a slower way than expected.”
While revenues fell 29.4 percent, hurt by the lockdown in its main markets, the Italian luxury group sees signs of improvement in China.