Tommy Hilfiger grants children’s shoe license to Elisabet
The clothing company Phillips-Van Heusen (PVH), which is among others the owner of Tommy Hilfiger, has transferred responsibility for the production and distribution of the Tommy Hilfiger children’s shoe line to the Italian group Elisabet.
US fashion giant PVH had a group turnover of 7.5 billion euros in 2016/17. The company has awarded the rights to produce and distribute Tommy Hilfiger children’s shoes for the spring/summer 2018 collection. The license covers markets in Europe, the Middle East. and Africa.
“We are delighted and honoured to be able to contribute our know-how to a brand of Tommy Hilfiger’s calibre,” Lara Vallasciani, Elisabet CEO, said of the shoe deal. “Tommy Hilfiger has an excellent reputation in the international markets which we expect to consolidate.”
The new Tommy Hilfiger shoe collection will be presented for the first time at Pitti Bimbo in Florence from 22 to 24 June.
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