LONDON — Fabergé, the London-based high-end jeweler with roots in Russia, has closed its Kiev boutique due to “heightening security fears in Ukraine,” a company spokeswoman said Tuesday. The store is not expected to reopen before June.
“We have been told that all other competing brands have adopted the same strategy,” the spokeswoman said, adding, “Fabergé’s thoughts and support go to our partners to help them handle the situation as best as possible. The team will be spending some time with our Ukrainian partner in Basel [Switzerland], to talk through potential plans.”
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