NEW YORK — Ted Kim, the 33-year old designer who has taken over the design reins at Anne Klein New York, has an effervescent personality and energy level that, if infectious, could just be what the brand needs as it turns to yet another page in its storied, and checkered, history.
Kim, who unveils his first collection at a retailers-only presentation during New York Fashion Week, seems so passionate about his role as vice president of design for the brand that he can hardly contain his excitement, talking a mile a minute about why he loves the Jones Apparel Group label and what he hopes to achieve there.
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