The initiative launches on April 4 and will require either self-measurements from customers or a live chat with an associate.
The men’s underwear brand will use the investment to grow its product offering, expand internationally and improve its e-commerce operations.
The tailor is seeking $1.9 million in damages, according to his attorney.
The licenses could be placed in a trust run by the Trump children.
The brand opened a space in Bloomingdale’s 59th Street flagship in Manhattan.
The line of suits and furnishings will be introduced for spring.