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Luisa Zargani

Bureau Chief, Milan

Luisa Zargani serves as WWD Milan Bureau Chief, overseeing its team of reporters and covering news in Italy and Europe. Luisa joined Fairchild Media Group in 1992 after graduating from Milan's University of Studies with a degree in foreign literatures and languages. As a correspondent for the Milan bureau, over the years she has covered financial, fashion, design and lifestyle news. Luisa was promoted to her current role in 2011.

More From Luisa Zargani

Bulgari Sees Robust Growth Carrying Into 2006

A strong holiday season and growth across all product categories in every region helped Bulgari SpA post a…

Missoni Sport Adds a Layer

A gym, rather than a boudoir, inspired the new innerwear collection that Missoni Sport will introduce for…

M Missoni on Growth Track

M Missoni is on a roll, and now it's capitalizing on the momentum by opening its own stores, with New York…

Designers Open More Doors in Italy

Gianfranco Ferre and Blumarine recently opened stores in Florence, a sign of the city's growing importance as…

Florence Retail Market Draws Designers

Gianfranco Ferré and Blumarine recently open stores here, Ferré dismisses speculation over any conflict with…

Staying the Course at Replay

As Replay marks its 25th anniversary this year, a team of designers and executives is working to ensure that…

Versace Celebrates Rome Store Opening

Valentino Garavani, Giancarlo Giammetti, Lavinia Biagiotti and the best of Rome's aristocracy, from…

Diesel’s Renzo Rosso Charges Into ‘Fifty’

Those looking for insight into Diesel and what makes its chief executive officer, Renzo Rosso, tick will find…

IT Holding’s New Concept: A Big Addition

IT Holding is banking on simultaneous temptation.

La Rinascente Details Revival Strategy

La Rinascente ceo Vittorio Radice, who transformed Selfridges into a hot store, has a plan to turn around…

Cavalli Inks Fur Deal With Ciwifurs

A new five-year license with Italy's Ciwifurs will provide Roberto Cavalli with a full-fledged fur collection…

Armani to Start Milan Fashion Week

Giorgio Armani will kick off Milan Fashion Week, tentatively showing on Feb. 19.

IP Conference Stresses Counterfeit Strategies

Research and innovation are key to combating counterfeiters, said attendees at a symposium on protecting…

Hotels Get More Fashionable

Two more fashion brands have jumped into the hotel business: Missoni and Byblos.

Luna Rossa Apparel Sets Sail

Capitalizing on its sailing experience, Prada will introduce a unisex line called Luna Rossa at Pitti Uomo…