Lardini closed 2019 recording revenues of 94 million euros up 11.51%. The company is preparing itself for the listing on the Aim market of Borsa Italiana, expected by the first half of the year. For the Ancona-based brand founded in 1978, 2019 was an year of expansion of the retail channel, which saw the total number of single-brand stores up to ten, including direct and franchising. The last ones were a corner in the Corte Inglés in Palma de Mallorca and a store in Tokyo. A new boutique in Antwerp, Belgium, will be inaugurated on January 18th. Expansions in Spain and a monobrand in London are expected in the future. The export quota of Lardini is about 70 percent. Europe and Asia, especially Japan and Korea remain priorities. Lardini presented at Pitti Uomo a collection inspired by the theme of travel. Among the protagonists of the F / W 2020-21 season, we have the coat, made of noble materials (such as the Harris Tweed jersey yarn), and the wool, alpaca and mohair overcoats. Another new feature of the season is the Oslo model, a larger trousers with a 28 cm bottom, in micro check wool or in 500-row corduroy.