UK: Tory Leader's Brother In Luxury Goods Role
By just-style.com | 17 September 2001
David Duncan Smith, brother of new Tory party leader Iain Duncan Smith, is attempting to build a British luxury goods house rivalling the best in Europe. Ofex-listed Cardington, which recently bought British couture houses Hardy Amies and Norman Hartnell, has appointed Mr Duncan Smith, former head of Prada UK, as chief executive of a new subsidiary, Luxury Brands Group.
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