NEW YORK — With a new album out Tuesday and her first apparel line slated to hit the sales floor in late June, 2008 promises to be a busy year for Sheryl Crow.
As first reported in WWD on Oct. 10, the nine-time Grammy Award-winning singer signed a manufacturing deal with Western Glove Works to develop and distribute a denim-based collection dubbed Bootheel Trading Co. by Sheryl Crow. The new line will be the second celebrity-backed denim collection for Winnipeg, Manitoba-based Western Glove Works, which owns the Silver Jeans and 1921 labels, and manufactures Victoria Beckham's DVB Denim collection.
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