FGS Global is supporting Shanghai-based Lanvin Group as it begins trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Dec. 15 following its merger with Primavera Capital Acquisition Corp.
Lanvin Group is a leader in the global luxury market, owning brands such as Lanvin, St. John Knits, Wolford, Sergio Rossi and Caruso.
The firm posted a 73 percent surge in first-half revenues to $202M as CEO Joann Cheng reported “momentum continuing to build across all brands, in all markets and across all sales channels.”
She said going public is “a natural step for Lanvin Group” as it anticipates "further growth through geographic, channel, and product expansion for our brands combined with disciplined investment in the luxury fashion sector.”
Jeanne Lanvin founded the company in Paris in 1889. Lanvin is among France’s oldest surviving fashion houses, according to the Financial Times.
FGS Global has Richard Barton, Harry Florry and Louis Hung handling the Lanvin Group business.