The first results of the long-term partnership between the two iconic brands will be unveiled later this year.
Chairman and CEO Carlo Rivetti enthused about the growth potential of the brand in retail and market penetration in Asia and the U.S., while raising the bar on sustainability with Moncler.
Stone Island, which ranked first in the 2019 edition, follows Golden Goose and the Ermenegildo Zegna Group holds the third spot.
Moncler, together with Stone Island, “will offer to new generations a new concept of luxury, far from the traditional stereotypes in which young people no longer recognize themselves,” said the chairman and ceo of Moncler.
The Canadian brand is responding nimbly to the times, with an international pop-up strategy in markets where it’s sensing a rebound in demand.
The brand, which expects to close 2020 in line with 2019, has unveiled a new store in China and is opening a flagship in Miami in December.
The Swedish men’s underwear brand has plans to launch a subscription service and expand its offering and international presence.
In 1969, entrepreneur Don Fleisher, an Aspen-local entrepreneur, recognized the Colorado ski town’s need for a contemporary clothing destination, which is still owned and operated as a family-run business today, with David Fleisher at the helm.
The Italian sportswear brand was followed by Golden Goose and Valentino, which held the top spot in 2018 for the second year in a row.
Bluebell Group is more confident than ever about the Asian consumer as it further expands into new markets.