The Italian Calzedonia Group achieved a turnover of 1.85 billion euros in 2014, this is a 11 percent more than in 2013. Exports account for 50 percent of total sales.

The founder of Calzedonia Group, Sandro Veronesi, said that he expects the percentage of international sales to go up to 60 percent of the total, reports 'Il Sole 24 Ore'. Veronesi revealed that the company that he runs opened 300 new stores in 2015, almost all outside national borders.

Over the past year, Calzedonia saw revenue of entered 598 million euros, ahead of 548 million the previous year. Meanwhile, Intimissimi revenue totaled 586 million euros, well ahead of that of 2014. Meanwhile, Tezenis reported an increase in turnover from 443 million euros to 474 million euros.

However, the brand most dynamic within the group in the last twelve months has turned to be Falconeri, which achieved a turnover of 37 million euros, representing an increase of 85 percent over 2013 revenues.

In addition, 2015 will see the rebirth of the fashion house of luxury wedding dresses Atelier Aimée.


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