Gabrielle Maggio, general manager of the Italian luxury house, owned by Aeffe Group, joined the company in 2016 coming from Gucci.
Moschino restructures its helm. The Italian luxury house, owned by Aeffe Group, has restructures its team with the exit of its general manager. Gabrielle Maggio joined the company in 2016 after working six years in Gucci and Bottega Veneta.
After the exit of Maggio, planned for next October, the company expects that a high rank of Moschino will replace the executive, according to WWD.
The Italian company, owner also of Alberta Ferretti or Emanuel Ungaro, has closed the first half of its fiscal year 2019 with a net benefit of 5.3 million euros, 37.3% less than the same period last year.
The revenue of the group stalled during its first half, with a 1% increase, to 173.3 million euros compared to the 171.1 million during the same period last year.