Jmmy Choo, CEO Pierre Denis leaves in May. Pierre Denis, CEO of Jimmy Choo, will leave the ground role next May. The manager has led the luxury shoes brand for eight years, taking over from Joshua Schulman in 2012. Denis structured the listing process of Jimmy Choo on the London Stock Exchange in 2014, together with the parent company of the time, Labelux (today Jab Holding). In 2017, Jimmy Choo was also taken over, for $ 1.35 billion, by Michael Kors Holdings, who became Capri Holdings after the acquisition of Versace. Capri Holdings closed the third quarter of the year with revenues of 1.57 billion dollars, up 9.2%, against the + 6.9% expected by analysts, as reported by Reuters.

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