US: Kellwood buys Hollywould shoe, apparel label
By just-style.com | 6 December 2006
Apparel and soft goods marketer Kellwood Company has bought the Hollywould shoe, apparel and accessory brand that was founded in 1999 by Holly Dunlap.
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