Fate of Lejaby to be decided in court hearing

The fate of French lingerie company Lejaby is set to be decided in a court hearing tomorrow, as reported by Just-Style.

Before Christmas, the commercial court in Lyon ordered the liquidation of the French brand, setting January 20 as the date by which the company must cease trading.

Two bids for the beleaguered company are reportedly under consideration.

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One is from a consortium consisting of Lejaby sub-contractor Isalys, Italian investment fund Fiduciaria San Babila, Christian Bugnon (son of the brand’s former owner) and Alain Prost (formerly both chief executive of La Perla and managing director of Chantelle).

The second bid comes from French nightwear specialist Canat.



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