NEW YORK — Outside of the fashion world, most people have never heard of Deborah Lloyd, Margareta van den Bosch or Kady Dalrymple. But with their designs bringing in respective annual sales of $1.9 billion, $5.9 billion and $1.5 billion, chances are that most people either own something one of these designers has created — or know someone who does.
Each of these women oversees design at three major retail specialty stores: Lloyd is executive vice president of design and product development at Banana Republic; van den Bosch heads design at Hennes & Mauritz, and Dalrymple is executive vice president of women’s design at Express.
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