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June 2, 2005 - In a press released issued by Christian Lacroix Couture today, the famed French couturier announced that he would stay with the house that carries his name. His possible departure had been the subject of speculation ever since the house was bought from LVMH by the Falic Group in January 2005.

According to the release, M. Lacroix "will continue to design the Haute Couture collection, the next show scheduled for July 7, 2005, as well as all Ready-to-Wear lines and accessories."

For their part, the Falic family "confirms their intention to develop the label in the short term, notably in the American market, and to consolidate its presence in Japan (where Christian Lacroix already operates 30 boutiques and corners) as well as in Korea."


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