Chanel buys Scottish cashmere manufacturer

 The fashion house saves from closing the factory Barrie Knitwear, producing for them two-tone cardigan.

For 25 years, a small Scottish company sews legendary cardigans for Chanel. To avoid losing a partner, after the announcement of the possible closure of the company's well-known brand management decided to buy it from Dawson International Trading, which previously belonged to the manufactory.

The factory is located in the Scottish town of Hawick and produces more than 20 thousand. Copies of garments annually. This transaction Chanel acquire its own production of quality knitwear and help preserve jobs to employees of the factory. French fashion house also promises not to change the existing management Barrie Knitwear.