- Apr 15, 2006
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It's a shame similar French clothier Pierre Cardin isn't making a good product anymore.Originally Posted by Jovan
The other YSL lines - Pour Homme, etc - are simply licenced garments, and quality is pretty low. I have seen, however, some older YSL licenced items at thrift stores, made in France, with decent cuts and fabrics.Originally Posted by VersaceMan
Today his empire, which he owns alone, is said to have an annual turnover of some six billion euros (7.5 billion dollars), and in 2005 Challenge magazine ranked him 59th among France's wealthiest people with a personal fortune of some 500 million euros.
But some reports have said parts of his empire, notably the restaurants and theatres, have slipped into the red.
He is apparently planning a comeback although like Issac Mizhari he did produce a private haute couture line in addition to the mass dross.Originally Posted by LabelKing