NEW YORK — Three well-established brands are jumping into the already crowded designer-driven coat business just in time for what many expect to be a busy fall season.
Designer William Calvert has put the finishing touches on Perry Ellis and Perry Ellis Portfolio outerwear, which is licensed to the Utex Corp., based in Montreal; Ellen Tracy has tapped the Winlit Group here for its wool coats, and Pirelli, the Italian company widely known for its tires, is making inroads in the U.S. with its P. Zone label.
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