Italian light luxury brand Golden Goose attracts multiple bids, valued at 1.4 billion euros

According to Reuters, citing sources, the US private equity giant Carlyle Group plans to sell the Italian light luxury brand cheap golden goose, which has attracted multi-party capital bidding, including Vans parent company Fuwei Group and private equity fund Permira, with a valuation of 1.4 billion euros. As of now, the Carlyle Group has not responded to related news. Golden Goose had sales of about 100 million euros last year and is expected to record double-digit sales growth this year. It is worth noting that Permira, a potential buyer of Golden Goose, is planning to sell its shoe brand Dr. Martens, and Golden Goose’s current owner Carlyle Group is one of the bidders.