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Courreges Will Relaunch, With E-Commerce, in Time for Holiday

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Jacques Bungert and Frederic Torloting, the new owners of 1960s super-modernist label Courreges are planning on relaunching the brand later this year, with a new website and e-commerce capabilities hitting the web this November. WWD reports that the new site will sell signature updated Courreges pieces including A-line dresses and vinyl jackets. The new owners have also signed a fragrance licensing deal, and will relaunch Eau de Courreges and Empreinte by Mother's Day 2012.
· Courreges gets ready for a relaunch [WWD]