12 Oct 2022

Roberto Cavalli has reported its financial results for the 2022 financial year, achieving turnover up 45% to €84 million, reports ILM.

 

 

The brand reports that sales of footwear and accessories alone were up by 40% over its 2021 results. Cavalli also opened new stores in Rome, Las Vegas, Dubai and Houston during 2022.


Looking forward to 2023, Roberto Cavalli expects to bring in an additional €25 million thanks to new deals including the relaunch of Just Cavalli and a multi-year partnership with Swinger International, which will produce products for the Spring/Summer 2023 collection.

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