NEW YORK — Keeping up growth in the consolidating fashion world has been one of Liz Claiborne Inc.’s specialties under chairman and chief executive officer Paul Charron, but great performers often are their own toughest act to follow.
Claiborne has built a diverse portfolio of more than 30 brands, including Juicy Couture, which are growing and profitable even as sales of the core Liz Claiborne line have fallen and licensing agreements for sportswear lines under the Kenneth Cole and City DKNY labels have declined in importance.
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