NEW YORK — After taking several months to size up its men’s business, Donna Karan International said Wednesday it will relaunch the line next fall.
Production was put on hold in May to give executives time to assess the brand positioning and sales strategy for its men’s wear. Since LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton took over the company last year, new management has been taking a close look at the distribution of all its lines and has made improving their image a top priority, notably by cutting its designer product from off-pricers and discount department stores.
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