LONDON — Tanner Krolle, the high-end British accessories brand whose clients include the royal families of Britain, Brunei and Norway, is making a quiet comeback.
The business, which in 2007 was struggling under a load of debt, has restructured its operations. It now has a clutch of individual private investors on board who are eager to relaunch the label on a small scale, according to John O’Sullivan, head of sales and marketing.
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