DLA Piper advises on acquisition of iconic British brand Nicole Farhi
DLA Piper has announced its involvement in the acquisition of iconic British fashion label Nicole Farhi by fashion and retail entrepreneur Maxine Hargreaves-Adams.
The acquisition will see Maxine Hargreaves-Adams take on the full Nicole Farhi brand, its six stores, its 10 concessions in department stores such as Harvey Nichols and House of Fraser and the wholesale business.
The deal was led by restructuring partners Rob Russell and Martin Keates who were supported by the employment, commercial and property teams at DLA Piper.
Zolfo Cooper acted as administrators of Nicole Fahri.
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