Matthew Williamson, the fashion designer famous for his friendships with stars including Kate Moss and Sienna Miller, plans to restructure and grow his business this year, after it made £1.6m pre-tax loss in 2012.
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Wednesday 20 July 1994
A MODEL wearing a long black transparent evening dress with bow from Givenchy's autumn/winter collection. Haute Couture is as much about gift wrapping as it is about razor sharp cutting and snug tailoring and at the Givenchy show yesterday, the decoration rarely overstepped the mark and the clothes were elegant, if a touch conservative - with emphasis on ribbons and bows on dresses, blouses and jackets, writes Tamsin Blanchard.
Sunday 22 August 1993
THE report from the Monopolies Commission into the luxury fragrances industry landed on Neil Hamilton's desk at the DTI last week. The industry was investigated after Superdrug complained that the 'cosy club' of parfumiers was unfairly refusing to supply it.
Monday 26 April 1993
HERMES has always been the most private of private companies. But not for much longer. In a few months the French luxury goods group known for its printed silk square scarves and saddle-stitched leather products will become the latest in a line of fashion names joining the financial markets.
Saturday 13 March 1993
Dame Elisabeth Frink has been awarded the Royal Society of British Sculptors' Gold Medal for 'Distinguished Services to Sculpture'.
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