"There are negotiations under way with various fashion groups and certain investment funds. We looking at the possibilities," Eva Cavalli, wife of the house's 62-year-old founder and chief designer, told Italian news agency ANSA.
Cavalli said she and her husband were still deciding whether to offer a majority stake in the label, which now has four lines.
The entry of a new partner into the Florence fashion house would "support our growth on new markets like Japan and China," Eva Cavalli said, cautioning that any action would be "taken very carefully."
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