Thursday, 10 June 2010
Some of Christian Lacroix’s spectacular creations will live again as part of France's national heritage. Lacroix tragically lost his label last year after enduring drastic cutbacks causing staff losses and subsequent licensing deals for only a few of his product lines including men's clothes, wedding dresses and perfumes. The current owners have confirmed a generous donation of 11 outfits for France’s Decorative Arts Museum.
The ministry said that an additional 3000 haute couture designs from collections dating from the inception of the label in 1987 to its end in 2009 would be lent by the company to national museums when required. Along with the Culture Minister, Frederic Mitterrand, we are thrilled that Christian Lacroix’s contribution to French haute couture will be preserved and exhibited to enhance national collections.
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