US: Liz Claiborne acquires half of Narciso Rodriguez
By just-style.com | 8 May 2007
A week after reporting sharply lower profits resulting principally from weakness in its moderate brands, Liz Claiborne Monday (7 May) took its first tentative steps into the luxury market by buying a 50% stake in the name and trademark of Narciso Rodriguez.
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