Having recently emerged from bankruptcy, the American brand licensing company has announced the appointment of Marc Schneider, the former CEO of Kenneth Cole Productions, as chairman of its board of directors.
Following Centric Brands’ bankruptcy filing, Marquee Brands has announced that it is taking back control of the BCBG Max Azria and BCBGeneration licenses, as part of its efforts to launch the Marquee-Direct platform.
Confirming reports that circulated at the end of last year, New York-based Centric Brands announced on Friday that it has purchased the Zac Posen brand and all related intellectual property for an undisclosed sum.
Having acquired a significant portion of Global Brands Group’s American business, the consumer brands company has announced that it has changed its name to Centric Brands and will be welcoming Jason Rabin as its new CEO.
The brand group announced on Wednesday that it has entered into an agreement to acquire the majority of the North American licensing business, which has a portfolio including Disney, Calvin Klein and Under Armour.
Differential Brands released on Monday its fourth-quarter and full-year financial results, which included an increase in net sales for both periods. It is also developing a new line of sportswear at its Hudson brand.
Differential Brands, which includes Hudson Jeans, Robert Graham and Swims, announced its positive Q1 2017 financial results with net sales increasing 19% in part due to developing the Hudson Jeans e-commerce site.