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Salvatore Ferragamo CEO Marco Gobbetti Aiming to Double Company Revenues

Click here to read the full article. MILAN — “Opportunity” was one of the recurring words Marco Gobbetti, chief executive officer and general manager of Salvatore Ferragamo, used Tuesday evening during a conference call with analysts to comment on the luxury company’s first-quarter results. So much opportunity does he see for the brand that Gobbetti laid out an ambitious plan that sees Ferragamo aiming to double revenues in four to five years and to double marketing and communication spending as a percentage of revenues beginning in 2023. This will lead to a cumulative investment of 400 million euros in the 2023-to-2026...
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Amazon, Fashion Designer Salvatore Ferragamo Help Shut Down Chinese Counterfeiter

Amazon’s Counterfeit Crimes Unit (CCU) played a key role in shutting down a Chinese counterfeiter who was making knockoff versions of Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A.’s Gancini belts, according to a company announcement Tuesday (April 26). The CCU and Ferragamo reported the counterfeiter to Market Supervision and Administration (MSA) authorities...
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Chinese Authorities Raid Warehouse and Seize Counterfeit Belts With Intelligence From Amazon and Salvatore Ferragamo

SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr 26, 2022-- Today, Amazon.com, Inc. (“Amazon”) (NASDAQ: AMZN), announced that its Counterfeit Crimes Unit (CCU) worked closely with Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A. (SFER:IM) to report a counterfeiter of Ferragamo’s iconic Gancini belt to the Market Supervision and Administration (MSA) authorities located in Yiwu City, Zhejiang Province, China. Following an investigation by the MSA and Amazon’s CCU, officials raided the criminal’s warehouse, seizing hundreds of counterfeit belts and buckle accessories that may otherwise have been sold through retail channels around the world. Amazon and Ferragamo will continue to assist law enforcement in investigating counterfeiters and preventing their products from entering the global supply chain, to help stop this illicit trade at the source.
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Mega-Deal Alert! These Salvatore Ferragamo Sunglasses Are $280 Off

Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services. What if we told you right now that you could grab a pair of Salvatore Ferragamo sunglasses for well under $100? Would you believe Us? We’re talking a gorgeous designer find typically worth over $300 — for 80% […]
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Maximilian Davis Becomes The New Creative Director At Salvatore Ferragamo

The emerging Trinidadian designer takes on his first major appointment. After presenting under his namesake label, Maximilian, in the Fashion East showcase during London Fashion Week for the second and final time, Maximilian Davis is taking on new territory. The Italian fashion house Salvatore Ferragamo has recently appointed Davis as the brand’s new Creative Director.
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Maximilian Davis, 26, Is the New Head of Salvatore Ferragamo

Maximilian Davis just made a major addition to his already lengthy list of achievements for a designer who’s just 26: the title of Salvatore Ferragamo’s creative director. “The clarity of his vision together with the level of execution and his powerful aesthetic make him one of the most brilliant talents of his generation,” the house’s CEO, Marco Gobbetti, said on Monday. “His work is defined by elegance, refined sensuality, and constant commitment to quality.” Through his “lens of contemporary sensibility,” Gobbetti continued, Davis “will write a new, exciting chapter for this house built on a heritage of creativity, craftsmanship, sophistication, and outstanding human values.” He succeeds Paul Andrews, the footwear designer who left the 95-year-old house last April.

Salvatore Ferragamo Shares Climb 11.3 Percent

Click here to read the full article. MILAN — Salvatore Ferragamo’s first set of results presented by newly installed chief executive officer Marco Gobbetti drove the brand’s shares up throughout the day on Wednesday, climbing 11.3 percent to 17 euros by noon and settling at 16.75 euros, up 6.7 percent at the end of trading. The evening before, the Florence-based company reported a return to the black in 2021, posting a profit of 81 million euros compared with a loss of 72 million euros in 2020, and a 29.5 percent increase in revenues to 1.13 billion euros.More from WWDA Complete Look of...
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Salvatore Ferragamo RTW Fall 2022

Salvatore Ferragamo design director Guillaume Meilland is determined to take the brand in a more modern, casual-luxe, gender-fluid direction. At the fall 2022 presentation, there wasn’t a bow in sight. To be expected, accessories were front and center, but they were trend-right, rugged, lug sole hiker and combat boots,...
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MFW: SALVATORE FERRAGAMO Fall Winter 2022.23 Collection

Luxury fashion house SALVATORE FERRAGAMO presented the Fall Winter 2022.23 Menswear Collection in the neoclassical Sala delle Cariatidi of Palazzo Reale, on February 26th, as a part of the ongoing Milano Fashion Week. The collection reconstructs the codes of casualwear and reimagines them with a spirit of liberated precision and fluid expression. Designer Guillaume Meilland created a collection that shows that casual wear can be made and worn with as much care, discernment, craft and irony as any tuxedo. With menswear collection, Salvatore Ferragamo explores fresh attitudes and contemporary character.

Salvatore Ferragamo Reports 29.6 Percent Growth in 2021 Revenues

MILAN — Salvatore Ferragamo SpA’s accelerated performance in North America and its strong digital business in the last quarter of 2021 contributed to lift the Italian luxury group’s revenues in the year ended Dec. 31. In 2021, Ferragamo’s preliminary consolidated revenues amounted to 1.13 billion euros, up...
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Michele Norsa to Exit Salvatore Ferragamo

MILAN — The Ferragamos are saying goodbye to a trusted executive, who helped support their luxury company as the coronavirus pandemic first shook up the industry – but he will still support the family in their other activities. Michele Norsa has resigned his role as executive vice chairman...
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