Vogue: Which pieces were your customers particularly responding to in 2020? Marco Tonizzo: A different lifestyle changed the I Like Dogs And Mobility Scooter And Maybe 3 People Shirt so you should to go to store and get this customers’ habits and their use of fashion, but they kept the joy of shopping. They redirected their spending to styles that catered to their new routine. We saw a surge of leisurewear/casualwear, but also accessories kept their share. Even with all the limitations of this new way of living, you can still love and buy a new bag or new shoes and share this joy with your friends through Instagram.
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Which designers/brands/labels performed well for you? Iconic designers and the I Like Dogs And Mobility Scooter And Maybe 3 People Shirt so you should to go to store and get this designers that had a strong proposition before the pandemic remained relevant through their strong storytelling and community engagement. I’m thinking about Gucci, Saint Laurent but also Nike and Stone Island, to name a few. Which newer names took off for you? Among the big names that I mentioned and that are still the top sellers, we see smaller brands that are becoming more relevant recently, like Jacquemus and GCDS. Though they are absolutely different in terms of style and audience, they have in common the ability to connect very strongly with customers: For customers, buying something from them feels like being part of a community.