NEW YORK — Market sources say Target Corp. is resurrecting the Gene Meyer label in a deal aimed at bringing a proprietary designer name to its department stores.

The retail giant has inked a license with the designer to distribute both men’s and women’s sportswear, tailored clothing and accessories under the Gene Meyer name in its "better divisions," according to sources, which would mean distribution in the company’s Marshall Field’s stores, and possibly the moderate-priced Mervyn’s chain.

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