Eyewear group Marcolin bolsters Asia Pacific presenceBusiness | 5 Nov 2018 5:23 pm
Eyewear maker Marcolin Group, whose brand portfolio includes Ermenegildo Zegna, Roberto Cavalli, and Tod's, has outlined plans for growth in Asia and bolstered the skills and its physical space at its Asia-Pacific office in Hong Kong.
Last month, the Marcolin regional office in Hong Kong doubled its floor space by moving to a location in the Harbour City shopping complex. The new office also houses a large showroom, sales offices, as well as a new team dedicated to the Hong Kong.
At the end of last year, the workforce of the Hong Kong based group's Asia-Pacific subsidiary was strengthened to support investments in the Region. A new team was set up for the optical market in Hong Kong and the design and product team dedicated to the development of "Asian-friendly” models was consolidated.
As a result of the joint efforts of the design and product teams of the headquarters in Langarone and Hong Kong regional office, all Marcolin Group's main brands will be able to rely on a greater number of "Asian-friendly" models and fittings to meet the tastes of consumers in the Far East, with specific products for Korea, Japan and South East Asia,the company says.
In July, the group began a collaboration with one of the leading logistics services providers and freight forwarders for the fashion and luxury industry in Asia. This allows the company to serve not only the local market, but all Asia-Pacific countries.
The Marcolin Group brand portfolio includes, Tom Ford, Bally, Moncler, Swarovski, Emilio Pucci, Balenciaga, Swarovski, Dsquared2, Guess, Diesel, Just Cavalli, Covergirl, Kenneth Cole, Montblanc, Timberland, Gant, Harley-Davidson, Marciano, Catherine Deneuve, Skechers, Candie’s, Rampage, Viva, Marcolin, and Web.