NEW YORK (MainStreet) While working in finance, Sarah LaFleur found herself perpetually disatisfied with the sartorial options out there for professional women. Fashionable clothing came off as too sexy, and pant suits were frump-city. To rage against the dearth of stylish clothing options for female movers and shakers, she created M.M. LAFLEUR, a clothing line that is at once chic and business-like.
In this episode of What's wURKEN?, my sister, Nicole, and I found out more about LaFleur's business inspiration and strategy, including a special pairing with designer Miyako.
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