The New York-based fragrance company announced its financial guidance for fiscal 2021 on Tuesday, revealing hopes for a 49.1% year-over-year increase in diluted earnings per share after a difficult 2020.
Total revenue and profits may have slumped at Capri holdings in the latest quarter, but the owner of Michael Kors, Versace and Jimmy Choo was upbeat as Chinese demand recovered strongly and e-tail soared.
Having been strongly impacted by the Covid-19 crisis, the fragrance license specialist has experienced something of a recovery in the third quarter, notably reporting a 12% increase in its sales in France.
Capri Holdings has named a new CEO for Jimmy Choo. Hannah Colman, who has been interim CEO, takes over permanently at the helm of the luxury footwear label and will report to Capri’s CEO and chairman John D. Idol.