×
39 591
Fashion Jobs
CENTRIC BRANDS
District Manager - Orange County, California
Permanent · San Diego
ESTÉE LAUDER
Retail Beauty Sales Manager - Estee Lauder - Indianapolis, in
Permanent · Indianapolis
ESTÉE LAUDER
Retail Beauty Sales Manager Estee Lauder And Clinique - Fort Wayne, in
Permanent · Indianapolis
ESTÉE LAUDER COMPANIES
Manager, Indirect Procurement - HR Services
Permanent · New York
ESTÉE LAUDER COMPANIES
Corporate Account Executive
Permanent · Miami
JO MALONE LONDON
Retail Fragrance Sales Manager - jo Malone London - (The Grove) - Los Angeles, ca
Permanent · Los Angeles
CLINIQUE
Retail Beauty Sales Manager - Clinique - Birmingham, al
Permanent · Birmingham
LA MER
Retail Beauty Sales Manager - la Mer - (Polaris) - Columbus, oh
Permanent · Columbus
GAP
Senior Manager, CRM
Permanent · New York
GAP
Marketing Manager, Promotions - Gap Factory Online
Permanent · San Francisco
GAP
General Manager - Livingston
Permanent · Livingston
SAKS FIFTH AVENUE
Divisional Vice President, Omni Inventory & Shortage Control
Permanent · New York
HUDSONS BAY
Gift Registry Consultant
Permanent · Edmonton
SAKS FIFTH AVENUE
Cosmetic Business Manager - Armani
Permanent · Toronto
NEW BALANCE
Entertainment Marketing Manager
Permanent · Boston
NEW BALANCE
Vice President Global Lifestyle
Permanent · Boston
DVF STUDIO, LLC
Production Manager
Permanent · New York
MACY'S
Macy’s Green Acres Mall, Valley Stream, ny: Sales Supervisor
Permanent · Valley Stream
MACY'S
Marketing Manager - Wedding Registry
Permanent · New York
MACY'S
Macy’s Cross County Mall, Yonkers, ny: Sales Supervisor
Permanent · Yonkers
MACY'S
Supply Chain - Secaucus, nj - Operations Manager
Permanent · Secaucus
MACY'S
Macy’s Manhasset, Long Island, ny: Sales Supervisor
Permanent · Manhasset

Italy's fashion industry expects growth to stall in 2019 then rebound

By
Reuters API
Published
today Sep 5, 2019
Share
Download
Download the article
Print
Click here to print
Text size
aA+ aA-

Italy's fashion industry expects its revenues to stall this year, with growth of just 0.1%, a far cry from the average 3% annual growth rate it has achieved over the last decade and which it hopes to recoup in 2020.


Prada - Fall-Winter2019 - Womenswear - Milan - © PixelFormula


The business is the main exporting sector in Italy, which is home to firms including Prada, Gucci, Armani, Dolce & Gabbana and Salvatore Ferragamo, with around 75% of its turnover generated abroad.

"It's been a tough year, weighed down by an unfavourable international environment. Next year, we hope to return to the growth rates we are used to", Carlo Capasa, chairman of Italy's National Fashion Chamber, said on Thursday.

Fashion groups have blamed tensions related to the trade conflict between the United States and China, concerns about Brexit and the Hong Kong protests for lower sales.

© Thomson Reuters 2019 All rights reserved.