Revman Assumes License for Nautica Bed and Bath

NEW YORK-Revman has signed a license agreement with Nautica for the manufacture and distribution of Nautica-branded bedding and coordinating bath accessories.

Revman will begin distributing product this spring throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. The targeted retail channels will be department stores and specialty stores. Previously, Welspun USA had held this license, but that agreement expired recently.

A Nautica statement said the look of the collection "will be a fresh update to the product offering, drawing inspiration from the landscape and colors of the California coast."

Nautica has now joined Laura Ashley, Marimekko, Tommy Hilfiger, Vera Wang, Candice Olson, Tommy Bahama, Steve Madden and others in Revman's brand lineup.

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