Italian's far-reaching plans

Forden, Sara Gay
February 1998
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;2/24/1998, Vol. 175 Issue 35, WWD Italian preview p4
Trade Publication
Talks about the plan of Italy's major apparel houses on expanding their traditional markets in Europe and United States. Features of Versace Classic V2 apparel line; Emporio Armani stores that will open in Europe and United States; Sales performance of Gucci.


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