PARIS — Christian Lacroix, now a licensing operation following the exit of the founding designer and the shuttering of the couture house in late 2009, is continuing its march into fashion — and the home.
On Jan. 22, during men’s fashion week here, the Paris-based firm will unveil a new range of men’s bags, the first accessories volley in a broad licensing pact with French firm Groupe TWC covering men’s and women’s leather goods, jewelry and watches.
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