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Sali (Sumer) Christeson '07 cofounded Argent in 2016. The women's workwear company has locations in New York and San Francisco.

Argent, a women’s workwear company cofounded by Sali (Sumer) Christeson in 2016, aims to simplify and streamline clothing options for women in the workplace. The 2007 Furman University business alumna speaks to CNN Business about how the company is changing the work attire conversation. Taking aim at women’s purses, Argent’s line includes highly functional blazers with more pockets than a pool table and other special features.

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