Lanvin staff will grill management and Fosun International at a works council meeting on Thursday, in an attempt to get guarantees about jobs after the Chinese group clinched a deal to buy a controlling stake in France’s oldest fashion brand on Friday, sources close to the matter have said.Employees at Lanvin, who by law must be informed when a sale is agreed, will also ask questions about future strategy, and about the Chinese conglomerate itself which has no track record of turning around a...
China’s Fosun International has beat Qatar’s Mayhoola and won the bidding contest for French fashion brand Lanvin against the odds in a deal that should lead to an investment of more than 100 million euros, two sources close to the matter have said.An announcement is expected to be made to Lanvin’s staff this week, they added. The sale agreement signed late on Friday comes weeks before France’s oldest fashion brand was expected to run out of cash.
China’s Fosun International and Qatar’s Mayhoola, which owns Valentino and Balmain, are competing to inject capital into Lanvin and buy control as France’s oldest fashion house could run out of cash as early as March, sources with first-hand knowledge of the matter have said.Luxury giants LVMH and Kering expressed interest when Lanvin was auctioned last fall but walked away, they added.
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