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16 Dec

Toasting Lanvin’s Wall Street Debut

After ringing the opening bell on the Latest York Stock Exchange within the morning, jumping into the whirlwind of Wall Street for the primary time, Team Lanvin Group headed to Altro Paradiso in SoHo on Thursday night to have a good time. 

“It’s not for business tonight,” said Joann Cheng, chairman and chief executive officer of Lanvin, which raised $150 million and worn out its debt when it merged with the Primavera Capital Acquisition Corp. SPAC and have become a public company.

Cheng noted it was a deal that was each 15 months within the works and, for her a minimum of, featured a component of “destiny.” 

“I began my profession at KPMG as an accountant,” said Cheng, remembering back to when her then-new husband asked her to call three of her dreams. 

“As a really young accountant with none real romantic dreams, I gave him very wild ideas,” she said.

The primary was to walk the red carpet. Check. 

“My second dream was to get one company listed on the NYSE,” she said, noting that on the time she imagined being chief financial officer and never the CEO.


“The third dream, I cannot inform you straight away,” she said. “I’ll inform you when it comes true.” 

That bears watching as Cheng seems to have a way of constructing her dreams come true.

Witness the listing itself.

Mitch Garber, investor and Lanvin board member, had a degree when he described getting the deal through — with a SPAC and on this market — a “financial miracle.”

But being a public company requires making a financial miracle occur with some regularity. 

On that rating, Garber said Lanvin — which owns its namesake brand in addition to Wolford, Sergio Rossi, St. John Knits and Caruso — had some serious name recognition on its side. 

“If everybody knows the brands, then half the work is completed,” he said. 

The stock market a minimum of began to turn into more cooperative.

While shares of Lanvin went on a rollercoaster during their first day, trading up over 130 percent only to shut down 25.6 percent to $7.37 — the stock was rebounding by Friday, closing up 26.6 percent at $9.66.

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