NEW YORK — Sigerson Morrison and its contemporary counterpart, Belle by Sigerson and Morrison, are gearing up to unveil their first collections since founders Kari Sigerson and Miranda Morrison parted ways with the company last March.
“We’re calling this a refreshing of both brands, because what we’re doing is taking the heritage of each, taking all the things that have always been fabulous — and looking to make Sigerson Morrison and Belle even more relevant,” said Susan Itzkowitz, president of Marc Fisher Footwear, the parent company that acquired the 20-year-old footwear brand in 2006.
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