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Desigual turnover grows nearly 20 %

Desigual turnover grows nearly 20 %

Spanish fashion chain Desigual's turnover has grown 19.3 % in the first 9 months of 2014, to 740.6 million euro, mainly thanks to the brand's extensive expansion.

Fewer bright colours

Desigual opened another 71 stores in that time frame, bringing the total in September to 475 worldwide. To reach that huge market, it has decided to lower the amount of bright colours and patterns, its trademark up until now.

 

The Spanish brand has launched several collections these past few months to broaden its store offer, including a sports line and its own perfume. In May, it also announced it wanted 500 own stores by the end of 2014.

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