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Audigier's Exit Plan... Karl in Motion... Reyes Branching Out...

Christian Audigier wants to sell his company and is in talks with private equity firms, apparel manufacturers, and European firms about buying the business.


GOING J.M. WESTON: Out to promote the creative possibilities of its bespoke service, luxury French men’s footwear brand J.M. Weston has asked five design talents to customize their dream shoe, including Frank Gehry, Kris Van Assche and Martin Szekely. The results, which will be available to order, will be unveiled in an exhibition dubbed “Moods” today at the brand’s headquarters on Avenue D’Iéna, ending Nov. 13. Styles include a triple-soled, platform Derby with playful perforations by Van Assche, and two booties by Gehry, one with a row of buttons curving up its side
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