No. 21, Brave Kid Sign Children's Wear Licensing Agreement
18 days ago - By WWD
MILAN - No. 21 has signed a five-year licensing agreement with Brave Kid, the children's wear arm of Renzo Rosso's OTB Group, for the production and worldwide distribution of the brand's collections for boys and girls aged four to 14.
No. 21 kids' wear collection was previously manufactured and distributed by Italian company Grant SpA.
The collaboration between the upper contemporary label founded and designed by Alessandro Dell'Acqua and Brave Kid will make its debut with the fall 2019 collection, which will be on sale at the manufacturing company's Milanese showroom starting in...
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