• 1982 Folli Follie brand is founded by Dimitris and Ketty Koutsolioutsos
  • 1994 Folli Follie launches first watch line
  • 1995 Folli Follie enters Japanese market
  • 1997 Folli Follie listed at the Athens Stock Exchange
  • 1998 Folli Follie enters key Asian markets
  • 1999 Folli Follie with subsidiaries in France and UK
  • 2002 Folli Follie enters key European and Chinese markets and develops the Travel Retail business.
  • 2005 Opening of “attica”, the biggest department store in Greece, in the center of Athens.
  • 2006 Folli Follie increases its stake at HDFS from 24,61% to 52,28%. HDFS acquires Links of London.
  • 2007 Acquisition of Elmec Sport via Hellenic Duty Free Shops.
  • 2008 Acquisition of Folli Follie’s affiliate in Japan
  • 2010 Merger of the companies Folli Follie, HDFS and Elmec Sport and creation of the FF Group. Links of London, appointed as the Official Jeweler of London 2012 Olympic Games
  • 2011 Fosun International enters the FF Group’s shareholder base through a capital increase and reaches successively a participation of 13,8%.
  • 2012 FF Group becomes the exclusive distributor of P&G PRESTIGE perfumes in Greece. A third “attica” department store opens in Thessaloniki.
  • 2013 Sale of the HDFS to Dufry AG, FF Group enters as a strategic investor to Dufry AG.
    Opening of the fourth “attica” department store inside “The Mall” Athens.
  • 2014 FF Group is granted the exclusive wholesale and retail distribution rights for the Juicy Couture brand in all Continental Europe, UK, Ireland and Cyprus.
    Opening of the fifth “attica” in the city centre of Thessaloniki.