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Jimmy Choo with record revenue

Jan 28, 2017 United Kingdom
Jimmy Choo with record revenue
The famous designer house reported sales growing by 15% in 2016, helped by strong growth in Asia, continued solid growth in Europe and Japan and improving trends in US retail
Jimmy Choo has reported revenue of 364 million British pounds for the period, up by 15% (2% at constant currency). Retail revenue grew by 17% reaching 244 million British pounds (4% at constant currency) and wholesale revenue by 8% totaling 107 million British pounds (-4 percent at constant currency).

Men’s products, such as shoes and accessories, atre the fastest-grwoing category, accounting for around 9% of all generated revenue.

The company’s retail network increase with 9 new Directly Operated Stores (DOS). During last year, 16 further DOS renovated in the New Store Concept.

Pierre Denis, CEO of Jimmy Choo PLC, commented: “In our 20th anniversary year, we have continued to grow and to build on the strength of the brand. I would like to thank all my colleagues for their hard work in delivering this excellent performance. We look forward to 2017 as we continue to deliver on our strategy of growth through the development of our collections, fashion leadership and the controlled expansion of our distribution network.”

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