ITALY: Bankruptcy protection extended to IT Holding
By just-style.com | 26 February 2009
IT Holding, the owner of luxury fashion brand Gianfranco Ferre, has gone into administration, in a move that will enable it to stay in business while being restructured.
Join now for increased access
There are various access options to choose from. All provide instant access to the latest news, insight and expert analysis.
If you're already a member, login here.
More articles related to this one
UK: Watchdog calls for supermarket ombudsman
The UK's Competition Commission has asked the government to set up an ombudsman to oversee the relationship between suppliers and retailers - in a move that has been welcomed by anti-poverty campaigners despite opposition from most retailers.
EGYPT: Forall menswear group secures Cerruti 1881 license
Italian men's wear firm Forall Group, which is 35% owned by Egyptian textiles and tailoring specialist Arafa Holding, has signed a five-year licensing deal for the Cerruti 1881 brand.
FRANCE: Christian Dior posts 27% drop in H1 profit
Lower sales of its couture lines in the US and Japan, coupled with retailers cutting their inventories, have pushed Christian Dior Group to a 27% drop in first half net profit.