Vera Wang has her Lavender label and now Nicole Miller is adding chartreuse.
According to WWD, Miller is entering the bridge arena with a new sportswear collection
called Nicole Miller Chartreuse Label. Miller inked a licensing deal
with The Rafaella Group to create the collection, which
is scheduled debut in fall 2009.
has been such fallout in that area that I think there is a lot of
opportunity," Miller said. "Also, I tend to have a younger,
less-serious look. Part of the problem with bridge is that it got so
sad and serious, and one of our strong points is color and print. I
think I can bring excitement to that area."
Miller said she could envision customers mixing and matching items from the bridge line with her other collections.
Chartreuse Label is expected to have a similar distribution to Miller’s
other apparel collections, which are sold at Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus,
Saks Fifth Avenue, Lord & Taylor and Bloomingdale’s, and 1,200
specialty stores. Chartreuse Label is expected to range in price from
about $90 to $400 at wholesale.
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