Tallia Orange is expanding its reach.

In a move that seeks to expand the collection into a full lifestyle brand, the fashion-skewed line from Peerless Clothing is adding four new licenses in men’s and boys’ wear.

Jimmy Sales has been licensed for men’s hosiery; Caulfeild Apparel Group Ltd. will assume oversight of Tallia Orange men’s dress shirts; Unified Inc. will be responsible for men’s and boys’ belts, small leather goods, wallets, key fobs, bags and dopp kits, and the company has chosen Bespoke Fashion LLC for men’s neckwear, tie pins and pocket squares.

Tallia Orange is the first brand owned and operated by the 90-year-old-plus division of the Montreal-based Peerless Clothing, which is owned by Alvin Segal and operated in the U.S. by industry veteran Ronny Wurtzburger.

Peerless has licenses for some of the industry’s top names including Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein and Michael Kors.

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