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Tod's To Incorporate Its Units Italiantouch And Del.Com.
BRIEF-Tod's CFO expects 2019 results similar to H1
Tod's H1 Net Loss At EUR 6.0 Mln
TOD'S S.p.A. is a holding company. The Company creates, produces and distributes shoes, leather goods and accessories, and apparel. The Company operates in the luxury sector under its brands, TOD'S, HOGAN and FAY, and licensed brand, ROGER VIVIER. It produces shoes and leather goods in its plants, with partial outsourcing to specialized workshops. The Company offers its products to customers through a network of specialized stores. It relies on approximately three channels: directly operated stores (DOS), franchised retail outlets, and a series of selected, independent multiband stores. The TOD'S brand offers shoes and luxury leather goods. HOGAN brand offers shoe collections for women, men and children, and also crafts various leather goods items. FAY brand offers a product range of casual wear. FAY brand has seasonal men's, women's and junior's collections. ROGER VIVIER brand offers shoes, handbags, small leather goods, jewelry and sunglasses.
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Diego Della Valle
Executive Chairman of the Board
Umberto Macchi Di Cellere
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Andrea Della Valle
Executive Vice Chairman of the Board, Managing Director
Group’s Administrative and Financial Officer, Deputy General Manager
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The chairman of luxury company Tod's Diego Della Valle denied speculation over the possible sale of the group, whose majority is owned by his family.
Italian luxury brand Fay, part of the Tod's group, showcased its first collection under new designer Arthur Arbesser on Saturday at Milan's Fashion Week.
Italian luxury group Tod's will use multiple collections throughout the year to engage better with customers, chairman Diego Della Valle said on Friday, as more fashion brands adapt their strategies to the fast-moving market.
Italian luxury group Tod's said on Wednesday results from the company's new management team would be visible staring from the second part of the year, though admitting 2018 will be a "year of transition."
Tod's chairman and majority owner Diego Della Valle is starting to consider his future role in the company, after the Italian luxury group made a surprise appointment of a new CEO, sources familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.
Tod's Chairman and Chief Executive is considering reviewing his role in the company after the Italian luxury group appointed a new CEO, two sources told Reuters on Tuesday.
Italian luxury group Tod's <TOD.MI> said on Monday it was confident it would be able to deliver results "in line with market expectations", after posting a worse than expected 4.7 percent drop in its nine-month sales.
Italy's Tod's will press ahead without a chief designer, Group' Chairman Diego Della Valle said on Friday after its Spring Summer 2018 catwalk show in Milan.
Italian luxury group Tod's said on Thursday it was ready to make short-term sacrifices in margins and revenues in pursuit of medium-term growth as it turns away from fashion to focus on higher-end products.
The Chief Financial Officer of Italy's Tod's, Emilio Macellari, tells a post-results analyst call:
Italian luxury goods maker Tod's said on Thursday it would improve sales and profit margins "in the future" focusing on higher-end products, after posting a 2.9 percent fall in first-half revenues.
Fay, a unit of Italian luxury group Tod's, said on Friday its two designers were leaving, amid a general rethink of company strategy that aims to increase clients and sales.
Italian luxury group Tod's on Saturday launched a menswear capsule collection for Yoox Net-a-Porter in a bid to increase its reach to online customers.
Italian luxury goods company Tod's said it may struggle to meet market expectations for earnings this year after a bigger than forecast 4.4 percent drop in first-quarter revenue, driven by shrinking Italian and U.S. sales.
Italian luxury goods group Tod's posted on Friday a slightly bigger-than-expected 4.4 percent drop in first-quarter revenue hit by shrinking sales in its home market and the Americas and weakness in its core shoe business.
Tod's Chief Financial Officer Emilio Macellari tells a post-results analyst call:
Italian luxury group Tod's <TOD.MI> said on Tuesday its results would improve this year despite posting a 10.7 percent fall in 2016 full-year core profits due to falling sales in leather goods and accessories.
Italian luxury group Tod's <TOD.MI> said on Wednesday 2016 revenue in 2016 fell by 3.2 percent at current exchange rates, hit by shrinking sales of leather goods as well as shoes and weakness in the U.S. and Chinese markets.
The investment of Italian businessman Andrea Bonomi in Tod's will not change the luxury goods maker's industrial plan or its shareholding structure, the group Chairman and Chief Executive Diego Della Valle said on Thursday.
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