Cesarani Licenses Trybus for Clothing

by MR Magazine Staff

NEW YORK – Menswear designer Sal Cesarani’s S.J.C. Concepts has licensed Trybus Group to manufacture and market men’s tailored clothing and outerwear bearing Cesarani’s name.

The new collection of suit separates and outerwear will debut at the MAGIC Marketplace in Las Vegas August 27 to 30 and be shown in Trybus’s showroom at 12 West 57th Street, suite 1001, here.

Cesarani’s new tailored clothing group will be sold through department and specialty stores throughout the US.

The tailored clothing will be presented as separates, allowing for easy accommodation of various drop dimensions. Jackets will include unvented, single-vented and double-vented models and pants will be offered with and without pleats.

“I have always firmly believed that menswear should embody real function and versatility of wear, in addition to the hallmarks of fine craftsmanship and elegant styling,” Cesarani said. “This new offering marries all of these timeless principles in a way that modern American men will really appreciate.”