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Millennials behind Argent want to reinvent women’s office attire

Argent co-founder and CEO Sali (Sumer) Christeson '07 and Eleanor Turner. Photo provided by Argent appeared in the Forbes story.

Furman Business and Accounting graduate Sali (Sumer) Christeson (Class of 2007)  and Eleanor Turner are the millennial co-founders of Argent, a clothing company that aims to inspire women to take a seat at the table by reinventing women’s workwear. The lineup includes functional trousers, blazers, dresses and tops made for mixing and matching. In a Forbes magazine article, Christeson said, “Throughout my years working in banking and tech, it was crazy to me that shopping for workwear was such a cluster. Women face a number of challenges in the workplace and it’s confounding that figuring out what to wear is one of them.”

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