The company had re-launched two years ago with John Ray at the design helm, and now sources say LVMH is selling the intellectual property.
Britons are headed to the polls for the third time in five years, beleaguered by Brexit and craving closure, but still ready to eat, drink — and laugh.
The British brand also opened a bespoke workshop in Vauxhall as a part of the relaunch scheme.
Pink’s bright, striped shirts became the badge for bullish financiers in Eighties Thatcherite Britain.
The New York-based company relies on local resources for its earrings, rings and charms.
The company has named Christopher Zanardi as his successor.
The merchandise will be available in the hotel store from Sept. 15 through the November election.
The runway shows were hosted by property owners The Crown Estate.