LOS ANGELES — After years of resisting offers to relinquish any piece of his company, Richard Tyler has struck a deal with Lucky Brand Dungarees co-founders Gene Montesano and Barry Perlman, and former Earl president Joe Krafka. The pact is designed to give his year-old secondary line Tyler a greater market presence.
Operating under the new holding company, Red Tiger, the investors have teamed up with the designer to form Tyler LLC.
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