By  on May 21, 2009

PARIS — Lanvin, fueled by the creativity of Alber Elbaz, can face the economic crisis “in a healthy way,” said executive vice president Thierry Andretta.

Disclosing fresh financial results to WWD, Andretta said the French fashion firm closed the books on 2008 with operating profits of 6.7 million euros, or $9.9 million euros, and no debt.

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