NEW YORK — Four years after closing her signature bridge sportswear business, Andrea Jovine is picking up right where she left off.
In a temporary showroom at 80 West 40th Street here, Jovine is bringing back a collection of bridge-priced knits that echo the signature look she once built into a $75 million business of subtly detailed sweaters and jackets aimed at women who were looking for a comfortable way to approach career dressing. But there is also a new emphasis on woven pants and jackets designed around the core knit components, reflecting an evolution in the way bridge customers have been dressing during Jovine’s hiatus.
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