“We couldn’t find a better day to have this launch than on Nelson Mandela International Day,” said George Monyemangene, South African Consul General, speaking at a press conference Wednesday.
Held at the South African Consulate in New York, the event introduced 466/64 Fashion to the North American market. Dallas-based Company b secured the exclusive sublicense of 466/64 Fashion for the U.S. and Canada from Brand ID, a division of Seardel, South Africa’s leading clothing and textile manufacturer. Seardel is the brand custodian and the master license holder of 466/64.
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