Setting up your business or a subsidiary
The fashion industry is one of the most influential and creative business sectors to be part of. It has created iconic styles that have defined periods of time, individuals and organizations on both a global and local level.
We strive to match the ambition, determination and creativity of our clients in fashion and work with them to grow. They rely on us for our ability to help them meet their long term aspirations, safeguard their success and maintain it for the future.
Creating solutions for you
Fashion and design today is about having an idea and then venturing out into the market place with something unique to show the world, whether in a flagship store, through the media or via online trading, reaping the rewards of your creativity. Our role is to guide you through the myriad of challenges along the way.
We are proud to be able to say that have been assisting some of the most prestigious names in the worlds of fashion, fragrance and beauty for more than 25 years. While we advise you on how best to deal with your legal needs, you can get on with what you do best.
Protecting your creations now and in the future
We understand that behind every well-tailored suit, dramatically ripped pair of jeans, anatomically designed pair of trainers or elegant new scent are creative individuals with long term aspirations and the desire to pass on their success to families and loved ones.
Structuring and succession planning is vital for ensuring you make the most of your success and your future plans are carried out according to your wishes.
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