Stargate apparel has been licensed by Byer California, the San Francisco family-owned company, to manufacture and market girls, junior and misses’ swimwear, as well as several infant and girls’ categories.
Swimwear styles include one pieces, tankinis and two-pieces with such details as ruffles, smocking, sequins, piping, skirted bottoms and bows. Florals, animal prints and dots are among the designs. Girls’ swimsuits wholesale from $10 to $12; juniors (swim separates) are $10 to $12; misses’ swim separates are $12 to $14, and one-pieces are $16 to $18, according to Morris Bailey, who handles business development at Stargate. The lines are produced in China.
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