A woman walks past a Lanvin store in Paris, France, January 12, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
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Troubled French fashion house Lanvin is to be relaunched before the end of the year, with plans to expand into accessories and other luxury goods, the label told AFP Tuesday.Its new designer Olivier Lapidus, who replaced Bouchra Jarrar in July after only 10 months at the helm, told AFP that he was helping to prepare a major shift for the brand, which was founded in 1889 ."Madame Wang very much believes in the label," said Lapidus, who had only a month to put together his first women's collection for Paris fashion week in September.Lapidus denied he has any such plans.Lapidus, 59, a former menswear designer at Balmain and early adopter of hi-tech in the 1990s, had just created his own internet-based fashion house before the call came to replace Jarrar at Lanvin.
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