By  on December 28, 2017

Two years ago, Johnny Was went from a family-owned business to a growing enterprise with much larger aspirations.

A little more than two years ago, private equity firm Endeavour Capital invested in the business, setting the stage for the ramp-up that’s happening. Johnny Was will have opened 10 stores, which includes a seasonal Southampton location, in 2017 to end the year with 28 doors. It’s got another 10 on the books for 2018, with a companywide workforce of 250, sales in excess of $100 million and profitability every year since it began in 1987. The line is also in more than 1,500 doors, a mix of department stores, such as Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom, along with specialty boutiques.

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