The Tod’s brand led the pack with a reported revenue result of €364.8 million, increasing by 23% year-on-year.

Looking at the product breakdown, the company reported that footwear brought in €566 million in reported revenue, up by 13%, while leather goods and accessories was up by 39% to €114.7 million.

Greater China remains Tod’s’ largest market, bringing in €211.3 million in the first nine months of 2022 but down by 6% year-on-year. Meanwhile, Italy was up by 16% to €176.2 million with the rest of Europe up by 26% to €159.8 million.

Finally, the Americas region saw growth of 37% to reach a result of €56.8 million, while the Rest of the World had the strongest growth at 54% and brought in €120.8 million.

Chairman and CEO Diego Della Valle said: “Considering the collection of orders for next spring/summer and the great attention of consumers for the quality and creativity of our products, even within a difficult and unpredictable global market, we are confident that we will be able to achieve good results also for the future.”