Phillips-Van Heusen Corporation circa 1960s

Phillips-Van Heusen Corporation circa 1960s

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Phillips-Van Heusen Corporation circa 1960s

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In the prep-school classroom and the buttoned-down boardroom, Phillips-Van Heusen has fashion covered. The top US dress shirt maker sells clothes and shoes for men, women, and children under its Van Heusen, Bass, and Izod brands, as well as names licensed from Donna Karan, Etienne Aigner, and Geoffrey Beene, and private labels. The company distributes its products to department stores and other wholesale clients and sells them through nearly 700 company-owned stores operated under the names Van Heusen, Bass, Izod, or Geoffrey Beene (located in outlet malls). Phillips-Van Heusen has been trying to reposition its brands, some of which have lost appeal despite their well-known names (it sold the Gant brand). This famous certificate is one you won't want to miss!

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