Nautica Apparel has signed a licensing agreement with Cavalier Fashion Group for the manufacture and distribution of men’s tailored clothing in Mexico.

The deal is effective beginning this fall and covers all of Mexico, including the Liverpool and Palacio de Hierro retailers.

“Mexico is one of our most important territories and we feel that this partnership will help evolve our business there,” said Brendan Sullivan, president of VF Sportswear. Nautica is a division of VF Sportswear.

“We are honored by the opportunity to work with VF and to join the efforts of a ‘reimagined Nautica’,” added Eric Levy, vice president of the Cavalier Fashion Group.

The fall collection will be available beginning later this month and will include men’s suits, jackets, overcoats, vests, dress shirts and ties. Suits will retail from $315 to $420.

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