×
223
Fashion Jobs
LEVI'S
Key Account Manager
Permanent · London
TOMASZ DONOCIK
Digital Marketing And Sales Coordinator
Permanent · LONDON
PYOU
Wholesale Business Developer/Sales Manager
Permanent · LONDON
SHISEIDO
Demand Planner
Permanent · London
SHISEIDO
Commercial Finance Analyst
Permanent · London
SHISEIDO
Bareminerals Account Manager - bt2, Blanchardstown
Permanent · Chappaqua
SHISEIDO
Bareminerals Account Manager - Moores, Colearine
Permanent · Coleraine
SHISEIDO
Group Business Analyst
Permanent · London
SHISEIDO
Accounts Payable Manager
Permanent · LONDON
LEVI'S
Sales Stylist London o2 Arena 16 Hours
Permanent · London
HUGO BOSS
Assistant Store Manager - New Cathedral Street, Manchester
Permanent · Manchester
HUGO BOSS
Sales Associate - New Cathedral Street, Manchester
Permanent · Manchester
HUGO BOSS
Sales Associate - Southampton
Permanent · Southampton
HUGO BOSS
Sales Associate - Bristol Cribbs Causeway
Permanent · Bristol
HUGO BOSS
Brand Specialist - Birmingham Bullring
Permanent · Birmingham
HUGO BOSS
Assistant Store Manager - Bicester
Permanent · Oxford
HUGO BOSS
Assistant Store Manager - Bristol Cribbs Causeway
Permanent · Bristol
HUGO BOSS
Supervisor - Milton Keynes
Permanent · Milton Keynes
HUGO BOSS
Brand Specialist - New Cathedral Street, Manchester
Permanent · Manchester
CLERGERIE
Assistant Store Manager (Walton Street)
Permanent · LONDON
MAJE
Sales Assistant, Full Time - Selfridges, London
Permanent · LONDRES
BRUNELLO CUCINELLI
Senior Client Advisor - Chinese/Arabic Speaker
Permanent · LONDON
Published
Nov 18, 2016
Share
Download
Download the article
Print
Click here to print
Text size
aA+ aA-

Good news for Jimmy Choo as China is strong and comp sales rise

Published
Nov 18, 2016

Luxury footwear and accessories brand Jimmy Choo was upbeat on Friday as it issued a trading update that showed revenue rising since June 30 on the back of new store openings and improving retail trading in all regions.

Jimmy Choo is upbeat and China and new stores are strong - Jimmy Choo


The company, which has faced the same luxury headwinds as many of its sector peers, said it saw continuing strength in China and added that it is managing to attract new shoppers to its stores as well as retaining existing customers.

During the four-month period the company opened four stores, with three of them conversions to its new store concept. These included the Milan flagship that had been closed for two months during the refurbishment works. It managed to increase sales during the past few months despite such closures.

Jimmy Choo also said that comparable sales since the end of June have been positive and its focus on improving operating efficiency and cost management means it should see margin improvement and strong underlying cash generation for the full year.  

This will be helped by a weaker UK currency and “the resultant changes in client behaviour, notably in respect of the UK.”

Copyright © 2021 FashionNetwork.com All rights reserved.