|By PR Newswire||
|April 22, 2014 07:00 AM EDT|
NEW YORK, April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Robert Graham is pleased to announce it has licensed Barton Como for men's jewelry. The collection, which will debut in Fall 2014 with cufflinks and tie bars, marks its entrance to the jewelry category to round out the men's product range of Robert Graham, including sportswear, premium denim, accessories, outerwear, and footwear.
"We are very confident that we found a great partner in Barton Como and their ability to make high quality men's jewelry," said Michael Buckley, Chief Executive Officer of Robert Graham. "As the brand continues to grow our product categories within the world of Robert Graham, we look forward to introducing a collection of truly dynamic and innovative men's jewelry to the marketplace."
"Our company is both excited and energized by our new partnership with Robert Graham," said Len Davis, President of Barton Como. "It is one thing to offer sophisticated product within an eclectic brand, but Robert Graham pieces are for 'collectors'. We are having fun as we extend our catalog to offer exclusive designs. I look forward to simultaneously creating a buzz on the sales floor and to the next generation of Robert Graham enthusiasts."
Robert Graham enjoys a robust and loyal consumer following who collect pieces due to the distinctive design elements and superior craftsmanship. The iconic fabrics and trims are designed in-house and are proprietary to Robert Graham.
ABOUT ROBERT GRAHAM
Robert Graham is 'American Eclectic.' Since its launch in 2001, Robert Graham was created on the premise of introducing sophisticated, eclectic style to the fashion market as an American-based company with an intention of inspiring a global movement. Robert Graham creates four menswear and women's wear collections a year—spring, pre-fall, fall and resort. Robert Graham now operates freestanding stores in locations including Los Angeles's Venice Beach, Houston, Las Vegas, Boca Raton, Palm Beach Gardens, New York's Long Island, Short Hills, New Jersey, Bleecker St in New York City and Mohegan Sun Resort and Casino. At the time of press, the following stores are being constructed: Scottsdale Fashion Square in Arizona and NorthPark Center in Dallas, Texas. The brand also sells at luxury department stores and boutiques including Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue and Bloomingdales nationwide, and Harry Rosen throughout Canada. Robert Graham has retail presence in more than a dozen countries around the world and has showrooms located in New York City, Los Angeles, Dallas, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, and Dusseldorf. (www.robertgraham.us)
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