Sofia Sanchez de Betak, Patricia Urquiola and Atip Wananuruks are among the individuals enrolled by the brand.
The fund has acquired the remaining 16 percent stake of the Italian fashion company it did not already own.
The footwear and apparel company will have to pay $750,000.
The Hong Kong-based group will produce and distribute the brand’s shoe collections starting with the fall 2019 season.
The French skater who oversees the Sole Technology portfolio of skate and snow brands has continued to weather market ups and downs on his own terms.
The annual event is considered the “Shoe Oscars.”
The collaboration is part of a move by the footwear retailer to include more fashion and quality in its offerings.
The lineup includes sparkling sneakers, kitten-heeled sling-back styles and pumps.