It was only a matter of time before the luxury fashion world reacted to the pandemic.
In times of trouble, people tend to revert back to what makes them feel good- and that is luxury goods.
This is evident in the continued growth of Kiton.
The Neapolitan luxury brand has seen a revenue increase of 32% in 2021, compared to 2020.
CEO Antonio De Matteis says they are expecting further growth in 2022, thanks to home orders being higher than last year. So if you're looking for some high-end fashion items to help you get through these tough times, look no further than Kiton!
Mainly known for their suits and blazers - They are one of the founders of Sartorial fashion - which continues the old traditions of artisan tailoring in order to handmake their pieces which are used by famous and rich people all around the world and they are one of the best known high fashion brands who help set trends.
Kiton's plan for 2022
Their plans are also for the continuation of international expansion, with the newly inaugurated pop-up store in Moscow, at the Tsum department store, and the new openings in China.
The second New York brand of the house is also expected to open shortly, at 692 Madison Avenue, dedicated to womenswear.
As their CEO Antonio De Matteis often says:
A series of milestones that the company cuts after the death of its founder Ciro Paone, who died last October at the age of 88.