US: G-III to develop clothing under Kensie brand
By Petah Marian | 2 November 2011
G-III Apparel Group today (2 November) said it has entered a license agreement with KMJ Brand Holdings, an affiliate of Bluestar Alliance, to develop clothing under the Kensie brand for the US and Canadian markets.
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