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Karl Lagerfeld to Bring Jewelry to U.S. in Licensing Deal With Frederick Goldman

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The first collection is scheduled to launch this fall.

Frederick Goldman and Karl Lagerfeld have inked a licensing deal through which the German fashion designer will bring his jewelry to the U.S. and other major markets, writes Rapaport. The article says the deal calls for Frederick Goldman to produce and distribute Karl Lagerfeld-branded bridal jewelry in the U.S., with the first collection scheduled to launch this fall. Frederick Goldman will introduce the first designs at the Luxury JCK show in Las Vegas starting May 31.

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