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Capri with revenue and earnings increase

Jun 3, 2022 / United Kingdom
The luxury fashion group reported that revenue and earnings for the full year of 2022 exceeded expectations. Total revenue amounted to 5.65 billion US dollars

Capri on the way to achieving full LWG certified sourcing

Dec 22, 2021 / United Kingdom
The group has said in its 2021 corporate social responsibility report that 85% of the leather sourced by its brands came from Leather Working Group (LWG) gold and silver-rated tanneries

Versace appoints Cedric Wilmotte as Interim CEO

Nov 18, 2021 / United States
The global fashion luxury group announced the appointment of Cedric Wilmotte as Interim Chief Executive Officer of Versace. This will be effective from the 17th of January onwards

Capri raises full-year outlook

Nov 5, 2021 / United Kingdom
The fashion luxury group has reported revenue of 1.3 billion US dollars in the second quarter of fiscal 2022, driven by strong performances of its brands Michael Kors, Jimmy Choo and Versace

Jonathan Akeroyd to leave Versace

Oct 20, 2021 / United Kingdom
Global fashion luxury group Capri announced that Jonathan Akeroyd will be stepping down as Chief Executive Officer of Versace to pursue another opportunity, enabling him to return to the United Kingdom and be closer to his family

A growing mode Capri will announce second quarter results in a month

Oct 7, 2021 / United Kingdom
The global fashion luxury group, owner of brands Michael Kors, Jimmy Choo and Versace, will disclose the results for the second quarter of the fiscal year 2022 on the 3rd of November

Capri raises fiscal 2022 guidance

Jul 12, 2021 / United States
The global fashion luxury group is raising its guidance for Fiscal 2022 revenue and adjusted earnings per share. This information and a broader view of Capri's vision, growth strategies and long-term outlook, was shared at the Company's Virtual Investor Day

Capri: Jenna A. Hendricks promoted to Senior Vice President Chief People Officer

Jun 3, 2021 / United Kingdom
Global fashion luxury group Capri announced that Jenna A. Hendricks will be promoted to Senior Vice President, Chief People Officer effective from the 1st of June 2021 onwards

Capri announces flat revenue

May 28, 2021 / United Kingdom
The fashion group reported a drop in sales of its Michael Kors brand - in the order of 4% in the fourth quarter. This contrasts with the success of the brands Versace and Jimmy Choo, whose sales increased by 10% and 16%

Michael Kors appoints new President for the EMEA region

May 26, 2021 / EMEA
The American-founded brand announced the appointment of Robin Gendron as its new President for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. Michael Kors is one of the brands of the Capri Holdings portfolio

Capri appoints Alejandro Martinez-Galindo as Chief Information Officer

Mar 3, 2021 / United Kingdom
The fashion luxury group announced the appointment of Alejandro Martinez-Galindo as Chief Information Officer of Capri Holdings, reporting to Thomas Edwards, EVP, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer. His start date is the 8th of March 2021

Revenue and earnings exceed expectations at Capri

Feb 12, 2021 / United States
The London-based group has announced third quarter results marked by a decline in revenue (-17.1%) and in earnings (-14.8%). Notwithstanding, Capri said they are encouraged by earnings meaningfully higher than anticipated

Capri reports revenue and earnings above expectations

Nov 9, 2020 / United Kingdom
The global fashion luxury group announced its financial results for the second quarter of fiscal 2021. John D. Idol, the Company’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, said revenue and earnings surpass the company's expectations

Capri appoints Hannah Colman as Jimmy Choo CEO

Sep 2, 2020 / United Kingdom
Company veteran Hannah Colman has been nominated as Jimmy Coo's new CEO. She started at the brand 24 years ago, as store manager at the brand's first boutique, in London

Capri with 70% plunge in first quarter sales

Jul 6, 2020 / United Kingdom
During the first quarter Capri' stores were closed roughly 55% of the period. Given the significant store closures, the gradual recovery in revenue and low wholesale shipments, first quarter fiscal revenue should decline by 70%
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