NEW YORK — Vince, the contemporary sportswear brand, has signed a licensing agreement with Tawil Associates here to produce and market Vince children’s wear. The first collection will be for fall 2014 selling.
The line will draw on signature styles from Vince ready-to-wear, featuring clean and comfortable silhouettes. Vince kids will be available for girls and boys and will target such stores as Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale’s and Nordstrom, as well as select Vince specialty stores and vince.com. The line will retail from $39 to $289. Vince Girls will be carried in sizes 4 to 14, and boys in sizes 4 to 16, with infant/layette sizing to be introduced in 2015.
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