NEW YORK — Michael Glasser and Jerome Dahan are used to moving fast.
The sales and design team, who started the Los Angeles-based Seven For All Mankind label more than two years ago, saw the brand reach $64 million in just a couple of years in business. After an abrupt end and pending lawsuit against third partner Peter Koral, Glasser and Dahan launched a new brand, Citizens of Humanity, at the Fashion Coterie trade show here this week.
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