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US prestigious retailer offers Canadian Naked Brand line
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Nov '12
Naked Brand Group Inc is pleased to announce it has shipped its products to 39 of Nordstrom’s best stores across the country and on nordstrom.com, giving Naked an immediate distribution channel through one of the nation’s most sought after department stores.

The Nordstrom launch, which occurs this week, will be supported by a national public relations campaign and Nordstrom marketing campaign. Naked has the opportunity to expand into 117 Nordstrom full-line stores.
 
“We are excited about partnering with Nordstrom, a prestigious retailer who has long focused on providing premium products and high-quality service to its customers. Naked’s expansion into the number one rated luxury department store in the United States is a significant milestone for the Company as it builds a department store brand with universal appeal,” stated Joel Primus, President and CEO of Naked. He goes on to say, “Naked can now be found in two of North America’s top retail chains. We will continue to pursue additional distribution opportunities through other major US department stores.”
 
Nordstrom will carry all of Naked’s product lines including its underwear, undershirts and fashion t-shirts from its Naked Cotton, Naked Micromodal and Naked Microfibre collections. 
 
Naked’s Cotton collection is made with high gauge soft-to-the-touch Pima Cotton and its Naked Micromodal collection, made with imported fabric from Italy, is so luxurious and soft that it makes you feel like you’re wearing nothing at all. Nordstrom has grown from one downtown Seattle store into a nationwide fashion speciality chain with renowned service and a selection of the finest apparel, shoes and accessories for the entire family. 
 
This year Nordstrom announced that they would be expanding beyond the U.S. into Canada. Construction has now begun in Naked’s hometown of Vancouver on Nordstrom’s first BC location, featuring 230,000 sq. feet of shopping over three floors, which is expected to be their largest Canadian store. 
 
The initial order from Nordstrom will represent approximately 60% of year to date revenue for the Company at the time of shipment.

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