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Scott W. Anderson didn’t have to get into the rag trade. Born into a “silver crib” (his words),educated at Choate and Wharton, and taught to sail at the Newport Yacht Club, the 45-year-old descendant of an old-line New England merchant family already enjoyed a successful career as a entertainment-industry producer, and he had the means to live comfortably. But something was missing.
Anderson-Little, the clothing label that Anderson’s grandfather had incorporated in 1933, had been gone since 1998, after the latest buyer closed the brand down.