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The French luxury conglomerate is selling its 50 percent share of the label back to the designer after a 17-year partnership.
BoF has learned that the French luxury group is selling its 50 percent share in the label, with a formal transition process already in motion, according to a source with first-hand knowledge of the matter.
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BoF has learned that, after 17 years, the French luxury conglomerate has recently held discussions to sell its 50 percent share of the label to Ms. McCartney.
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