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Kathy Ireland extends license with PPI Apparel till 2023
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Dec '16
Clothing brand Kathy Ireland Worldwide has extended its partnership for Kathy Ireland Intimates and Sleepwear with PPI Apparel Group, a retailer of fashion intimates, shapewear and sleepwear till 2023. PPI Apparel first debuted the collection in Spring 2012 and has been able to reach revenues of $100 million sales from Kathy Ireland Intimates and Sleepwear.

The Kathy Ireland Intimates and Sleepwear collection includes functional, sophisticated, fashion-forward and on-trend bras, panties, shapewear and sleepwear. The new upcoming collections will see expansion in girls and the launch of underwear for men.

PPI Apparel Group products are sold in over 35,000 retail stores in the US, Canada and other countries. The group offer its expertise through a vast array of licensed properties and is also a source for private labels for many retailers.

Kathy Ireland Worldwide, which was founded in 1993 offers fashion, fine jewellery, intimate apparel, skincare, accessories, weddings, home, office and many more products. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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