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Hermès, Dior, Maserati, and HR Owen – News briefs

October 31, 2012


Hermès family members invest in jeweler
French jeweler Arthus-Bertrand has sold a 45 percent stake in its capital to the Guerrand-Hermès family, part of the family group that owns Hermès International, for an undisclosed sum, a spokeswoman for the firm said Oct. 30, per WWD.

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Robert Pattinson will be repping Dior fragrances
His on-again girlfriend Kristen Stewart is the face of a Dolce & Gabbana fragrance, and now it is Robert "SparkleVamp" Pattinson's turn to work with a high-end brand - in this case, Dior, who just signed him to a three-year deal, according to Racked.

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Fiat plans to launch 17 new cars in Europe by 2016
While European competitors close factories and get government bailouts, Italian car maker Fiat is banking on its under-exposed luxury brands to put idled Italian car plants to work and stem losses in its European operations, Bloomberg Businessweek reports.

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HR Owen driven by luxury car demand
Shares in HR Owen picked up speed yesterday after the luxury car dealership upgraded its full-year revenue and pre-tax profit guidance, according to the Financial Times.

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