The billionaire British petrochemicals tycoon and motor head Jim Ratcliffe has agreed to purchase Belstaff for an undisclosed price.
The Bloodhound Project is aimed at building a car that can set a new World Land Speed record of 1,000 mph.
The two British brands have decided to bring together boys’ and girls’ clothing into single collections.
The Hankyu Men’s Tokyo store will launch today, while Toronto’s Yorkville Village will open on Sept. 1.
Having sold Jimmy Choo, JAB is looking to find new homes for Bally and Belstaff.
OTB, the fashion and manufacturing group, has dismissed a report in The Sunday Times of London.
Having gone from having a lot of wholesale accounts to being largely direct-to-consumers, Basora said events such as the one at Blushington are “really great since people have been e-mailing inquiring where they might be able to try things on.”
Westwood, MCCVIII will also take part in the January shows.
British motorcycle and clothing brand Matchless London opens its first U.S. store in Los Angeles with a celebrity-studded dinner party.
Belstaff, Astrid Andersen and Bobby Abley will also unite their men’s and women’s shows.
The brand will open a further store in Kobe in September.