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...

I think this sounds like a fine idea as Mr Choo has impeccable taste and class. I doubt that the dreadful collaborations with Ugg and Hunters would have happened on his watch. But most are skeptical about his chances, with things still a bit acrimonious with Tamara Mellon. I am hopeful that...

Unless your Tamara Mellon and your shoe brand is Jimmy Choo and your just released the advert for Jimmy Choo Parfums. The 43-year-old smoking hot Mellon poses in the campaign which was photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. The advert will begin running in February issues of...

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...

founder and Chief Creative Officer of Jimmy Choo, Tamara Mellon, the former fashion journalist, will remain in her current position, as will Chief Executive Joshua Schulman. The deal marks the fourth time the business has been sold in the 15 years since it was founded and is expected to be...

" Jimmy Choo sold to Labelux for £500m(Guardian) "Its killer heels are de rigueur for Hollywood actresses on the red carpet – and this weekend luxury shoe brand Jimmy Choo was sold for an A-list price tag of £500m.... Labelux's other investments include Swiss luxury brand Bally and the Derek...

On the selling block for the past year or so, Jimmy Choo has been bought from London-based private equity firm TowerBrook Capital by Labelux, a burgeoning luxury group which owns brands like Bally, Derek Lam and Solange Azagury-Partridge. Labelux reportedly paid between ₤500-550 million–around...

Jimmy Choo co-found, chief creative officer and face of the brand Tamara Mellon is leaving the luxury shoe brand that she helped launch. Along with CEO Joshua Schulman reports broke over the weekend that Mellon will be officially leaving the company at the end of the month. This comes after...

photo credit: Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin Clearly, shoes are not the only thing Jimmy Choo can make. Now, the Jimmy Choo fragrance is exclusively sold at Saks Fifth Avenue. Jimmy Choo's founder and chief creative officer Tamara Mellon (who's featured in the ad campaign) created a...

Jimmy Choo and Tamara Mellon founded JC in 1996 with a $240,000 loan from Mellon's father. TowerBrook Capital Partners is currently the majority stakeholder — Mellon still owns 15% of the biz, while Choo got rid of his stake a decade ago. The company has grown exponentially in the 15...

 

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