Daily Mail Fashion house Jimmy Choo closes in on £550million deal Daily Mail By Daily Mail Reporter Fashion house Jimmy Choo is closing in on a sale to a German luxury goods group for around £550million, it was reported today. Labelux, whose other investments include retailer Bally, could...

Luxury British shoewear brand Jimmy Choo is acquired by Labelux from London based private equity firm TowerBrook Capital Partners LP. Two sources familiar with the deal said Jimmy Choo is bought for an estimated 500 million British pounds ($812 million). Towards the end of June the deal is...

A chic flower embellishment gives Jimmy Choo's strappy black leather cage sandals a romantic twist. Heel measures approximately 90mm/ 3.5 inches. Wear this ladylike pair with a tiered puff skirt and classic white shirt for cocktails uptown. You can buy Jimmy Choo`s sandals in...

Jimmy Choo has been on the market for over a year now, and was finally purchased this week by a London based private equity firm called TowerBrook Capital by Labelux. Reports state that Labelux dished out between ₤500-550 million 0r $850 million dollars for the footwear brand! Labelux is...

TPG Capital, a conglomerate of Investcorp and Labelux, and an unknown third bidder are reported to have moved forward with the sale. LVMHis also rumored to be a potential buyer. Despite the company still bearing his name, Choo sold his stake in the company in 2001 for £10 million and hasn't...

According to a statement released by the Vienna-based firm, Jimmy Choo founder and chief creative officer Tamara Mellon and CEO Josh Schulman will stay on board, and Mellon will take a stake in the new company being formed by Labelux. Co-founder and namesake Jimmy Choo, who sold his stake...

TAMARA MELLON'S BOOBIES WANT YOU TO BUY JIMMY CHOO'S FIRST FRAGRANCE By Channing Hargrove | January 3rd, 2011 Mellon is starring in the ads for the brands first fragrance for women, every woman. Perhaps that's where the boobies come in? World Wide Web- Jimmy Choo is launching the brand's...

Mellon, whoretainsa 17 percent stake in the brand,is understood to have made tens of millions of pounds from the deal, and she and Schulman are expected to make an investment alongside Labelux. "Jimmy Choo is a perfect fit for us, and we see ourselves as long-term strategic investors,"...

Jimmy Choo's signature 'Tokyo' designwill coordinate with just about everything, and will add a hint of bedazzlement to your summer footwear collection. Who said flats had to be boring? Expertly crafted from suede, leather and patent-leather, this crystal-embellished pairis grounded with a...

This comes after Jimmy Choo was bought out earlier this year by the London-based company Labelux, who also owns luxury brands like Derek Lam. Originally both Mellon and Schulman were expected to stay on at the company and hold a stake in it. There were rumours that Mellon would quit late...

 

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