The world's premier menswear show ended on Thursday evening with a positive outcome, welcoming 4,900 buyers in total, more than double the attendance of the June session, and auguring well for the rest of the season.
The Florentine show is the first event to take place in physical format at the start of 2022. Despite being hit by the renewed Covid-19 surge, it will showcase more than 500 exhibitors from January 11 to 13.
The Italian label brought in half a billion euros in the first nine months of the fiscal year, jumping more than 32% compared to the same period in the previous year, thanks to double-figure growth across all markets.
The Italian luxury label’s H1 net revenue amounted to €313.8 million, up 7.7% at current exchange rates over June 2019. Revenue is set to grow by around 20% in the current year, and will rise by 10% in 2022.