Belgian lingerie group Van de Velde (Marie Jo, Andres Sardà, PrimaDonna) has published its consolidated results for 2018. Revenue reached €205.2 million, down 1.8% compared to 2017, as anticipated in January.
The Belgian lingerie specialist, parent company of brands including Marie Jo and Primadonna, has published negative preliminary results for the first half of the year, confirming the warning issued in April.
Rigby & Peller may be most closely associated with its lingerie heritage in most consumers’ minds but its decision to widen its remit on the product front appears to have paid off, as far as turnover is concerned.
Belgian lingerie group Van de Velde (Prima Donna, Marie Jo, Andres Sarda, Rigby & Peller, etc.) has announced that Erwin Van Laethem will replace its current CEO, Ignace Van Doorselaere, who is stepping down.
Belgian lingerie group Van de Velde has hired Yan Aerts as International Retail Director.The former Sales Vice-President of Mexx will be tasked with improving the performance of the group's retail branch.
After reporting a 5% increase in revenue in 2015, Belgian lingerie group Van de Velde made a statement on the 20% rise in current profit, announcing at the same time the departure of its CEO at the end of 2016.