growth in the Triomphe and 16 lines. Investments in its omnichannel strategy also played a key role in the Maison s new gains. Loro Piana saw solid growth and expanded its customer base. A number of high-profile initiatives contributed to this momentum: the launch of the Sesia bag, made of exceptionally high-quality leather; a collection designed with Japanese artist Hiroshi Fujiwara; and the renewal of the Maison s partnership with the European Team for the Ryder Cup golf tournament. Reaffirming its long- standing commitment to sustainable development, Loro Piana published its first environmental report to present the initiatives it has taken and share its vision for the future. Loewe also had a record year. Online sales grew significantly. Customers, the media and fashion professionals were all equally impressed with the wealth of inspiration and modernity displayed by Jonathan Anderson s collections. Alongside the Puzzle bag, the Flamenco line and the new version of the Amazona stood out. The Surplus Project, a Loewe initiative aimed at recycling leather from previous collections to create new designs, was presented at the IUCN World Conservation Congress. Givenchy reached a key milestone with the arrival in stores of Matthew Williams first collection and the launch of the Cut-Out bag and the 4G line. The second half of the year featured two ready-to-wear collaborations, with artists Chito and Josh Smith. 2021 was a year of new energy for Marc Jacobs,
with strong growth in the United States and a highly impressive surge in online sales. With its clearly affirmed style, the Maison was buoyed by the success of the Tote Bag in leather goods, Heaven in ready-to-wear and Jogger in footwear. The brand enjoyed positive responses to its fashion shows and a high level of engagement on social media. Berluti benefited from the development of a policy to build strong, personalized connections with its customers. Ready-to-wear sales were boosted by the launch of the Essentials collection. The lifestyle category saw the enthusiastic reception of its new Home & Office line. With a new color palette available in leather goods and footwear, the Patina Rainbow collection illustrated the Maison s unique expertise in the art of patina. A number of stores opened in China, and a flagship store was inaugurated in Tokyo s Ginza district in Japan. As borders gradually reopened, RIMOWA saw encouraging signs of recovery. Its Never Still soft bags saw promising success. The Personal line was expanded to include models made of aluminum, the Maison s iconic material. The luggage collection was enriched with the reintroduction of iconic designs, spotlighted through a new campaign and four renowned ambassadors. Kenzo announced the appointment of Japanese designer Nigo as Creative Director of its collections. Pucci named Camille Miceli as its Creative Director.