NEW YORK — As the early bird, Tommy Hilfiger is crowing.
Sure, every designer and their mother is targeting the better market for spring, but it’s home turf for Hilfiger, who confirmed last week that his formerly proprietary H collection will be sold in about 80 to 100 doors at Federated Department Stores beginning in February. Plus, Hilfiger’s already got his product together — the first of a wave of designers racing to a market that was formerly dominated by Lauren by Ralph Lauren.
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