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PEI deals with Bespoke Fashion for men's neckwear
27
Jul '12
PEI Licensing, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of Perry Ellis International announced that it has entered into a license agreement with Bespoke Fashion LLC, to design, manufacture and distribute men’s neckwear under the Perry Ellis, Original Penguin, John Henry and Axist brand names.

President and COO of Perry Ellis International Oscar Feldenkreis commented, “We are extremely pleased to once again have the opportunity to work with Danielle Mandelbaum, CEO of Bespoke Fashion, a former licensing partner with Superba and expert in the men’s neckwear industry.”

Under the agreement, Bespoke will distribute product to each of the brands’ current retail customers beginning January 2013.

“We are thrilled to partner with Perry Ellis International to create beautiful, quality neckwear for a multitude of its industry-leading brands. It is an exciting time at PEI and we are so grateful to be a part of it,” commented Danielle Mandelbaum CEO of Bespoke Fashion, LLC.

A top-level team has been assembled by Ms. Mandelbaum who will partner with the Perry Ellis International design staff and assist in defining each brand’s aesthetic with fresh and relevant designs. Both companies are excited about the creative collaboration and look forward to the launch of these new neckwear lines.

Perry Ellis International, Inc. is a leading designer, distributor and licensor of a broad line of high quality men's and women's apparel, accessories and fragrances, as well as select children's apparel.

Perry Ellis International


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