The company achieved a year-on-year global sales increase of 12% for the period. Regionally, EMEA generated revenue growth of 43%, thanks to the return of local and U.S. tourists.

North American sales were up 74% for the first half of the year, while the Asia-Pacific region saw a 27% decline as a result of Covid-19 restrictions in China. However, sales in Japan rose by 6% year-on-year.

As of June 30, 2022, Furla reported 432 points of sale across the world, a reduction from 452 in 2021.

Source: Drapers