By  on August 11, 2009

Lanier Clothes, a division of Oxford Industries Inc., has renewed its license with Geoffrey Beene for men's tailored clothing.

The deal, which extends the agreement for another five years, was expanded to include both tuxedos and boy's tailored clothing.

"We are pleased to continue our long-standing association as the exclusive licensee for tailored products under the Geoffrey Beene marks," said Lanier president Jim Tuman. "Our organizations work closely to bring the best products to the marketplace and we look forward to continuing to grow the business in all of the tailored categories."

Lanier has made tailored clothing for the Geoffrey Beene label since 1997.

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