US: Excelled Sheepskin & Leather Coat to license Stacy Adams brand
Weyco Group-owned Stacy Adams has licensed New York-based leather outerwear company Excelled Sheepskin & Leather Coat Corp to manufacture and market men's outerwear under the Stacy Adams brand.
The men's outerwear collection will be introduced in the Fall 2008 Season, and the collection has a scheduled launch at the upcoming Magic Show in Las Vegas in February. Distribution is planned through major department stores and specialty stores in the wholesale price range of $75.00-$200.00.
"We proudly welcome Excelled Sheepskin & Leather Coat Corp to our group of licensees," said Brian Flannery, president of Stacy Adams. "We've been impressed with Excelled's product quality and distribution strength and we have high expectations about their partnership with Stacy Adams."
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