Two New Brands For De Rigo: Jean-paul Gaultier And Ermenegildo Zegna

De Rigo has come up trumps to replace the Fendi license, which it lost to Marchon when the agreement expired in December 2004. After taking on the important Escada and Chopard licenses, Europe's third largest eyewear producer has signed worldwide licensing agreements with two top names in fashion ? Ermenegildo ...

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