MILAN — Dsquared2 has renewed its licensing agreement with Italian company ISA SpA, which manufactures and distributes the fashion label’s beachwear, underwear and socks collections. The partnership, which was first signed in 2013, has been extended through 2019.Dean Caten, founder and creative director of Dsquared2 along with his twin brother Dan Caten, expressed a belief in the potential of the category. “ISA SpA has been able to interpret the DNA of Dsquared2 and we are confident that together we will continue to grow further in these categories and achieve great results."ISA also develops underwear, loungewear and sock collections for a range of international labels, such as Roberto Cavalli, Just Cavalli, Jimmy Choo and Ermenegildo Zegna.“Dsquared2 holds a specific position within our brand portfolio due to its uniqueness and exclusivity. In these years of working together, we made a path and create targeted sales strategies for clients and specific geographic areas,” said ISA chief executive officer Mila Zegna Baruffa.Dsquared2 features additional licensing agreements, including one with Marcolin for eyewear and another with ITF for the production and worldwide distribution of its fragrances.
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