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Nanette Lepore spoke with the Huffington Post about her career, balancing work with family and how she got started in the fashion business. It's pretty inspiring. Lepore's father mortgaged his house to give her funds to launch her line, and she "had to work for ten years" to pay him back; now as the CEO of her own company, she manages 100 employees. [HuffPo]