General manager of the fashion house since 2016, the manager would be in the process of leaving his role by the end of the month or the beginning of October


Gabriele Maggio, general manager of Moschino since July 2016, is about to leave the fashion house. The brand controlled by the Aeffe group has so far responded with a no comment.

However, a source said the separation was consensual and that May could be replaced by an internal candidate in the company.

Prior to Moschino, the manager spent six years at Gucci and over six years at Bottega Veneta holding senior management positions at international level. He joined Moschino three years ago, succeeding Corrado Masini.
In addition to the fashion house entrusted to the creative direction of Jeremy Scott, the portfolio of the Aeffe group includes Alberta Ferretti, Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini and Pollini, among others.

Aeffe ended a stable first half. Revenues reached 173.3 million euros, an increase of 1.3% from 171.1 million in the same period of the previous year. Revenue in the ready-to-wear division was 132.2 million euros, or 0.4 percent while the footwear and leather goods division increased 4.4% to 60.7 million thanks mainly to the good performance of Moschino .