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Nary Manivong, one half of the defunct label NAHM, has announced he will be striking out on his own. He founded NAHM with infamous wild child Alexandria Hilfiger (shown with Manivong and father Tommy Hilfiger at right), but the label never quite got off the ground, cancelling last season's runway show and ultimately shuttering in September. Manivong's own label will be priced somewhere between 'contemporary' and 'designer' (read: pricey) and will launch for fall 2013. [WWD]