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25 July 2019
The decision was made after a Paris commercial court judge rejected the lone remaining bidder for the company. The brand's six stores in France and Monaco, as well as its intellectual property and archives, will be sold.
1 July 2019
The three bidders are former Balmain Chief Executive Emmanuel Diemoz; a Paris-based family operating in the real estate and medical sectors; and a Chinese investor.
30 April 2019
30 April 2019 • By Laure Guilbault
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