Roberto Botticelli has signed a deal with Fairton International for the distribution of its shoes in China. The Chinese company, which is celebrating its 60th anniversary, will open mono-brand stores for the Italian shoe brand in ten cities in the next five years. The first one is scheduled to start up in Shenyang in August, followed by two others in Beijing and Hangzhou before the end of this year. Based in Hong Kong with offices also in Shanghai and Taipei, Fairton manages close to 400 stores in Greater China. It has agreements with brands such as Harmont & Blaine, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Kookai, Lloyd, Marina Rinaldi, Max Mara and others.