Mirabaud Lifestyle Impact and Innovation fund, run in partnership with David Wertheimer, has made investments in companies including Mycoworks, Diam Concept, Pangaia, La Bouche Rouge and Fusalp. Wertheimer talks to Vogue Business.
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On 20 December, French luxury skiwear brand Fusalp joined LVMH-owned watchmaker Zenith in Geneva to fête the brands’ new capsule collection, which includes the Defy Classic Skeleton Fusalp watch, priced between 9,900 and 10,900 Swiss francs (£8,800-£9,700), as well as a men’s and women’s snowsuit. The party bookended a milestone year for Fusalp: the 70-year-old brand is eyeing significant growth after receiving €15 million in funding in 2022, including a €7.5 million investment in May from private equity fund Mirabaud Lifestyle Impact and Innovation. In attendance at the party: the fund’s private equity partner and son of Chanel co-owner Gerard Wertheimer, David Wertheimer.
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