Maternity maven and mother of two, Liz Lange forever changed the way society viewed the baby bump — making a woman's burgeoning belly something that should be celebrated in clothing, not covered.
Her high-end apparel stocked the shelves of Liz Lange Maternity boutiques on Madison Avenue, in Beverly Hills and on Long Island giving wealthy women who were "with child" outfits they could shine in. The designer also styled pregnant celebrities from Julia Roberts to Reese Witherspoon. Then in 2002, Liz brought that same pregnancy glow to the masses with her Liz Lange for Target line.
According to Women's Wear Daily, earlier this month "The company was sold to Bluestar Alliance for an estimated $50 to $60 million, industry sources said."
And yesterday, Page Six suggested that Liz won't be slowing down anytime soon. It said:
"(Lange) is penning a follow-up to her "Guide to Maternity Style" to be called "The Fourth Trimester: A No-nonsense Guide to Feeling Good, Looking Great, and Doing Your Best as a New Mother (And as a Woman)."