Ike Behar Licensing LLC has signed a deal with DNA Studio for men’s and boys’ belts, small leather goods and men’s personal leather travel accessories.
Alan Behar, president of Ike Behar, said that although the brand is known mainly for its dress shirts and neckwear, the goal is to create a full Ike Behar dress wardrobe through its offerings in “tailored clothing, outerwear, jewelry, loungewear and hosiery.”
The leather goods collection will use Italian leather and will retail from $95 to $900.
DNA Studio is a new division of Dezine News Accessories.
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