Police launches fashion collection
14 Mar. 2013
Police launches Apparel CollectionItalian eyewear brand Police, owned by De Rigo Vision Group, will launch its apparel collection. The new collection is part of a series of events celebrating the brands 30th anniversary. Events have already started, and began with a special event held within Mido - read our report here on sportswearnet.com.
The new collection will be produced according to a licensing agreement with Moda Fashion Srl, a specialist apparel manufacturer based near Padua. It will start being distributed from F/W 2013/2014 and will offer a 46-item men's total look focused on sportswear, outerjackets, knitwear and jeans.
De Rigo Vision closed 2012 with a €217 million turnover, +1.4% compared to 2012. Police represents 30% of its sales and this brand alone has 1,500 employees. De Rigo Vision also owns the Lozza and Sting brands and produces under licensing agreements brands such as Guess, Fila, Ermenegildo Zegna, Lanvin and Givenchy.
Maria Cristina Pavarini
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