Gucci Ireland in 77% sales bounce as brand takes bigger Brown Thomas space

Irish arm of luxury clothes brand said trading had improved last year post-pandemic

Gucci: company employs 12 people in Ireland. Picture: Getty

The Irish arm of Gucci, the luxury Italian clothes brand, recorded a sales bounce of 77 per cent last year as retail returned after a Covid-impacted period.

Recently filed accounts show the firm’s turnover totalled €4 million in the year ended February 2022 – up from €2.3 million the year before. The results show trading at Gucci in Ireland is starting to return to pre-pandemic levels.

Gucci, which calls itself “one of the world’s leading ...