Big news from Stephanskirchen: Premium brand Marc O’Polo announces a new cooperation. From the coming Autumn/Winter 2020 season, the Modern Casual Brand will be cooperating with Katag AG for the first time as a new licensing partner for the Junior Section.

The company says that the aim is to bring the Junior collections even closer to the umbrella brand in order to exploit all market potential to the full.”The Junior segment is a strategically important area for us in order to inspire even small customers with our brand,” says Dieter Holzer, CEO of Marc O’Polo AG. “Katag AG is the ideal partner for this. It knows how to implement our design standards in the junior segment as well. Together we can bundle our respective strengths and use them successfully,” he continues.

Who is behind Katag AG?

Katag AG has been Europe’s largest fashion service provider since 1923 and is based in the East Westphalian city of Bielefeld. In addition to central purchasing, it also provides specialised consulting services and sales support to the specialist textile trade. “We are very pleased to be able to translate our expertise in children’s fashion into the strong premium brand Marco O’Polo in the future and thus further expand our portfolio in the upmarket segment,” explains Dr. Daniel Terberger, CEO of Katag AG.

20 years Marc O’Polo Junior

Founded in Stockholm in 1967, the premium brand has established itself over the past decades as one of the leading international brands. Marc O’Polo’s Uniqe Selling Point consists of a focus on natural materials, high-quality qualities and special details. The independent collections today include: Modern Casual, Denim, Shoes, Accessories as well as the licenses Bodywear, Beachwear, Eyewear, Home and Legwear. For 20 years, Junior Berech has also been supplementing the portfolio with sizes ranging from Newborn and Baby to Kids and Teens. Marc O’Polo is available in over 30 countries, including Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, Norway, Ireland, France, China, Poland, Russia and Eastern Europe. In addition, the collections are offered in 20 countries through the company’s own online shops.


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Images: Marc O’Polo