FRANCE: British Designer Wins Role In Fath Revival
French fashion mogul Mounir Moufarrige on Monday named Lizzy Disney as chief designer for his Jacques Fath label as he prepares for its re-launch.
The 30-year-old British designer, whose ideas have caught the eye of celebrities including film director Sofia Coppola and rock star Courtney Love, will stage her first show for the classic French fashion house in Paris next month.
Moufarrige announced only last week he planned to create a new luxury conglomerate, France Luxury Group, to re-launch labels including Fath, Emmanuelle Khanh and Jean-Louis Scherrer.
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