KAYO of California would be happiest if everyone had Tattoos, despite what your mom says. The company makes women's clothing (stretch jeans and pants, denim leggings, and Capri pants) in junior, missy, plus size, and maternity sizes under the KAYO and Tattoo Jeans labels. KAYO of California, established in 1968, also makes pants, jeans, and shorts for juniors under private labels, such as Organically Grown. They're sold online, in retail stores, and in catalogs. The company's products are sold through mass merchants and department stores, including J. C. Penney, Sears, Wal-Mart, and Target, as well as through catalogs such as Newport News and Nordstrom.
Simon Marketing makes copier and laser printer products, including pressure-sensitive labels, transparency films, blank CDs, and index tabs. The company also offers office products such as micro-shredders that make fine confetti out of confidential throw-aways. Simon Marketing makes cardboard storage boxes, as well. The company primarily serves the baking, food, and beverage industries and sells its products internationally through retailers such as Staples, OfficeMax, United Stationers, and Corporate Express.
Alterna, a hair-care maker launched in 1997, has developed high-end products that have been embraced by the likes of Jennifer Aniston, whose healthy, stylish hairdo became quite the "to do" in the 1990s. Alterna has made a name for itself through its progressive lines, such as Enzymetherapy, Color Hold, and The Science of Ten (which includes 10 ingredients from sources worldwide). It also boasts Caviar, Life, and Luxury lines, as well as a Hemp hair-care line and Private Reserve white-truffle oil shampoo and conditioner. Alterna's products are sold in specialty stores, as well as at retailers Ulta and Beauty Store & Salon. The company is owned by TSG Consumer Partners.
Nine West Group has put its footprints all over the shoe industry. The top designer and marketer of fashionable women's shoes sells footwear (casual, career, and dress), clothing, and accessories through more than 420 of its own retail and outlet stores and in department, specialty, and independent shoe stores in the US. Nine West also licenses its name for stores outside the US. The footwear firm makes and markets its shoes and accessories under several brand names. These include Nine West, Easy Spirit, Bandolino, and Enzo Angiolini. Manufacturers in Brazil, China, and Italy make the company's shoes. Nine West is owned by Jones Apparel Group, which acquired the company in 1999 for about $1.4 billion.
ABCO, founded in 1990, was acquired by Jami (office furniture holding company) in 1995. Jami sold the company to JSJ Corporation in 2008, and ABCO became a unit of JSJ's izzydesign business. ABCO Office Furniture offers mid-market solutions for a variety of corporate, institutional and educational applications with a broad product offering of workstations/desking, educational workstations, conference tables, training tables, multipurpose tables, stack seating, office panels, folding tables and folding chairs. An extensive fabric and finish palette allows compatibility with any setting.
Jacques Moret sounds like a French Impressionist but its business is in outfitting casual athletes rather than galleries. The company, which does business as The Moret Group, makes women's, men's, and kid's activewear and undergarments under the Jacques Moret, MoretUltra, and Jacques Moret Kids names. It also makes men's and women's undergarments marketed under the 2(X)ist and SBH Intimates monikers. Jacques Moret is the master licensee for Everlast Worldwide. The company also partners with the likes of Jockey, Mudd, DKNY, Spalding, Freestyle by Danskin, and Etonic. Jacques Moret's products are sold through department stores, mass merchandisers, and sporting goods chains nationwide.
Fibre-Craft Materials Corporation® has been a leader in the creative activities business for over 55 years. Established in 1953, Fibre-Craft® began by manufacturing wood fiber for handcrafting artificial flowers. Fibre-Craft expanded in 1959 to mass-market retail outlets for arts and crafts, floral supplies, doll supplies, and decorative accessories. Since then, Fibre-Craft have continued to grow into other areas, all the while taking care to maintain our high standards for quality and creativity. Today, stores across the world are proud to carry Fibre-Craft products.Fibre-Craft® has spent more than half a century earning its outstanding reputation for quality. Fibre-Craft invite you to compare Fibre-Craft products to any others in the crafting and creative activities business. You’ll see why Fibre-Craft customers insist on Fibre-Craft®, where Fibre-Craft put Fibre-Craft heart into all Fibre-Craft do!
Eileen Fisher founded Eileen Fisher, Inc. in 1984 in New York. Eileen Fisher -- the woman and the company -- cares about customer's comfort as well as their sense of fashion. The company makes and markets upscale women's business and casual clothing, including eco-friendly items. Eileen Fisher's apparel is sold through about 40 of its namesake boutiques and outlets in about a dozen states, as well as through upscale department and specialty stores (including Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Neiman Marcus) nationwide and in Canada. The company also offers personal shopping services for US customers.
Accantia Health & Beauty manufactures toiletries, skin care, and feminine hygiene products, including the Simple, Cidal and Wright's brands. Skin products are color- and fragrance-free. Baby and men's skin care products are also manufactured and distributed under the Simple name. In addition, the company operates a spa center in London's Covent Garden and plans to open more spa locations across the UK. Accantia, which was formed in 2000 following a management buyout backed by ABN AMRO Private Equity (now AAC Capital Partners), was sold in 2004 to Duke Street Capital.
Pegasus International Holdings (PIH) manufactures athletic, dress, and leisure footwear. The Chinese shoemaker's products include sports sandals, casual shoes, hiking boots, golf shoes, and athletic shoes for brand names such as NIKE, Timberland, Dick's Sporting Goods, and L.L. Bean. PIH's manufacturing operations are located in mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan and have the capacity to produce 25 million pairs of footwear per year. The company also engages in other investment activities and provides administrative services to its companies. The majority of its sales go to the US -- although domestic sales and sales to other Asian countries are growing.
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