FRANCE: Rising fashion labels backed by LVMH chief
By Stuart Todd | 21 September 2010
Private equity fund L Capital, which is owned by LVMH chief Bernard Arnault and his family and Florac, has taken a 51% stake in SMCP, the holding company of rising French fashion labels Sandro, Maje and Claudie Pierlot.
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