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Liz Claiborne
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    (March 31, 1929-June 26, 2007)
    Born in Brussels, Belgium
    Designs her own line of women’s clothing, fragrances, sportswear, watches, men’s apparel and handbags
    She sported large owl-like eyeglass frames and a very short, non-feminine haircut.
    She chose not to finish high school in favor of studying art in Europe.
    As a designer assistant, she repeatedly worked for various women’s clothing lines that would later go under.
    She married twice with her first marriage lasting a short time
    She formed her own line in 1976.
    Her namesake corporation became the first Fortune 500 company owned by a woman.
    Her charitable foundation provides grants to organizations that promote positive development for young girls, awareness of women’s issues and fighting domestic violence.
    Keeping in tune with fashion’s ever-changing trends, she acquired modern successful clothing lines such as Lucky Jeans, Mexx and Juicy Couture.
    Although her parents were American, she was born in Brussels.
    Her ancestor William C.C. Claiborne was Governor of Louisiana in the 1812 War.
    She died from complications of a rare cancer (diagnosed in 1997) that affected the lining of her abdomen.

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