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Japanese clothing firm Renown collapses

Japanese heritage clothing firm Renown, majority owned by China’s Shandong Ruyi, has filed for bankruptcy after the closure of department stores cut its cashflow.

Struggling Shandong Ruyi fails to fund Bally buy

Chinese apparel group Shandong Ruyi has been unsuccessful in raising funds to settle its planned purchase of Swiss luxury brand Bally.

Lycra to launch elastane made with recycled content

Fibre and technology firm The Lycra Company is launching its first branded elastane made with recycled content.

Lycra to launch elastane made with recycled content

Fibre and technology firm The Lycra Company is launching its first branded elastane made with recycled content.

Three SMCP boutiques in K11 Musea open at once

Shandong Ruyi’s three SMCP Parisian fashion brands – Sandro, Maje, and Claudie Pierlot – have all opened stores in K11 Musea Hong Kong.

SMCP to buy men’s luxury brand De Fursac

Chinese-controlled affordable luxury fashion group SMCP has agreed to buy French menswear luxury label De Fursac.

SMCP to buy men’s luxury brand De Fursac

Chinese-controlled affordable luxury fashion group SMCP has agreed to buy French menswear luxury label De Fursac.

Shandong Ruyi seeks to raise $500m in US IPO to pay for

Chinese textile and retail investment company Shandong Ruyi will list an IPO for its recently acquired The Lycra Co. in the hopes of raising around US$500 million.

Shandong Ruyi buys global Lycra business

Chinese textile and retail investment company Shandong Ruyi has bought the US-based Lycra business for an undisclosed sum.

Shandong Ruyi buys global Lycra business

Chinese textile and retail investment company Shandong Ruyi has bought the US-based Lycra business for an undisclosed sum.

Sandro, Maje parent SMCP unphased by trade spat

The parent of affordable luxury fashion labels Sandro, Claudie Pierlot and Maje appears unphased by the Sino-US trade spat.

Sandro, Maje parent SMCP unphased by trade spat

The parent of affordable luxury fashion labels Sandro, Claudie Pierlot and Maje appears unphased by the Sino-US trade spat.