Robert Graham is expanding its reach.In a move that will mark the largest brand extension in the company's history, Robert Graham has signed four new licenses and two license extensions.The new licensees are Prodigy Brands for men's footwear, beginning this spring; Nouveau Eyewear for ophthalmic eyewear and sunglasses, also beginning this spring; Royal Heritage Home for home furnishings including sheets, comforters, duvets and decorative pillows beginning this fall, and Komar for men’s and women’s underwear, sleepwear, loungewear, women’s intimate apparel and daywear starting in the spring of 2019.“As we continue bringing the Robert Graham luxury DNA and lifestyle to new classifications for men, women and other passion points in which our collectors engage, we look forward to expanding our reach in the U.S. and beyond,” said Andrew Berg, president of Robert Graham.Robert Graham has also extended its licensing deals with RGA Leatherworks for men's small leather goods, accessories and bags, and British Apparel Collection, for hosiery. The company also has a fragrance license with Batallure Beauty and headwear with Henschel Hat Co.Robert Graham is a division of Differential Brands Group Inc., which also owns Hudson Jeans and Swims. The label is sold at high-end retailers such as Bloomingdale's, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom and Saks Fifth Avenue, as well as more than 500 specialty stores and its 13 Robert Graham stores.
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