NEW YORK — The Levine-Tahari collaboration is clicking.
When former Kasper ASL chairman Arthur S. Levine teamed up with designer Elie Tahari to launch a new suit line for fall called Tahari by Arthur S. Levine, initial first-year sales projections were $75 million. But after a successful fall debut, the Tahari and Levine team said they expect to ring up sales of more than $100 million for the line’s first full year, and have their sights set on the $150 million mark for all of 2003.
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