The two Florence-based companies team up for Kenya’s reforestation.
The Florence-based fashion company is waiting for a Milan Court judge ruling.
A Milan judge this fall will rule on the industrial plan and agreement with creditors presented by the company, which is expected to continue to be helmed by chief executive officer Gian Giacomo Ferraris under the new owner, Vision Investment Co. controlled by Dubai-based Damac Properties Group.
The designer, who cut her teeth at Roberto Cavalli and Ermanno Scervino, introduced her own line focused on glamorous eveningwear with smart inside constructions.
The Dubai-based property developer is said to be the party preferred by owner Clessidra.
The Dubai-based Damac property developer, which partnered with Cavalli on a hotel project last October, and the American Infinity Group, which has experience in consumer goods, are said to also be looking at the brand before the June 14 deadline to submit offers.
Built by real estate developer Grupo Peninsula, the Mare project will include 111 luxury apartments showing Roberto Cavalli Home interiors.
The papers revealed that, in addition to Bluestar Alliance, OTB and Philipp Plein, others that showed interest in the acquisition included Style Capital SGR SpA, Marquee Brands with English fund OpCapita LLC and Interparfums Inc.