NEW YORK — Sigrid Olsen, whose fashion label under Liz Claiborne Inc. peaked at $100 million in wholesale volume, has some new plans up her colorful sleeves.
The women’s sportswear company was shuttered in 2008, and Olsen lost the rights to her name. Last month, she got her label back from Fifth & Pacific Cos. Inc. (the former Liz Claiborne Inc.) and wants back in the fashion game.
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