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A collection spanning t-shirts, polo shirts, cardigans and jackets will launch this autumn/winter.

Brandsdistribution.com signs as European apparel partner for University of Oxford

Oxford Limited has signed Brandsdistribution.com as the European apparel partner for the University of Oxford licensing programme. 

The five year exclusive deal, brokered by Global Icons Europe, will see the Italian company produce and distribute a University of Oxford branded clothing line.

The first collection will launch for Autumn/Winter 2016.

“We are thrilled to be entering a license agreement with such a dynamic and exciting apparel partner,” said Chris Evans, MD of Oxford Limited. 

“Brandsdistribution.com has turned the traditional fashion industry on its head and we are looking forward to working with such an innovative and successful partner to deliver branded Oxford University apparel across Europe.”

From September 2016, registered buyers of Brandsdistribution.com will be able to purchase Oxford University t-shirts, polo shirts, shirts, sweatshirts, sweater, cardigans and jackets through the online portal.

"We are very pleased with this new, prestigious partnership,” added Angelo Muratore, Brandsdistribution.com president. 

“The agreement for the production and the exclusive distribution of Oxford University’s products qualifies Brandsdistribution.com as the strongest player in the market.”

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