PORTUGAL: Kyaia Extends Fly London Shoe Label To Apparel
Brand names derived from apparel, perfume, and even 4x4 vehicles and construction equipment are often extended to footwear, but it rarely happens the other way round. However, the Fly London shoe label by Portuguese footwear manufacturer Kyaia has proved so successful, particularly in the UK, that it will be extended to a new clothing range to be launched in January 2001. The range will also include accessories and bags.
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