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Christian Lacroix Lives Through Licensing

Recently troubled high-fashion brand Christian Lacroix will only remain in the market through licensing deals. Ready-to-wear and couture lines will cease. Last December, the label filed for bankruptcy.The latest licensing partners to sign on include Mondo

April 6, 2018

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Recently troubled high-fashion brand Christian Lacroix will only remain in the market through licensing deals. Ready-to-wear and couture lines will cease. Last December, the label filed for bankruptcy.

The latest licensing partners to sign on include Mondottica for sunglasses and optical frames (September), Libretto Holdings for luxury stationery (September), Marotte for decorative wood panels (June) and Designers Guild for home textiles (early 2011). Meanwhile, WWD is reporting that the label is preparing to license childrenswear and lingerie, as well as men's and women's accessories.

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