SINGAPORE — Following the launch of a new concept store in Hollywood later this year, British men’s wear label Spencer Hart will look to grow via licensing and expansion in Asia, its founder said.
“This is the end of our [current] development strategy as it is,” said Nick Hart, Spencer Hart’s founder. “We now want to develop retail and controlled licensing.” His 10-year-old label, which is backed by celebrity investors such as British singer Robbie Williams, is known for its clean-cut black suits and white shirts made from lightweight fabrics.
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