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Menswear brand Blue Collar Worker appoints Rogue Agencies to help grow stockists

Menswear brand Blue Collar Worker is looking to quadruple its number of stockists for autumn 13 after launching for the current season.

Fashion distribution company Tigerleash has appointed Manchester agency Rogue Agencies to assist in the UK sales of Blue Collar Worker.

The agency will sell the brand across the country, targeting retailers including mid to high-end indies.

Tigerleash founder Martin Todd said the brand currently had 10 accounts, however he expects this to double in the next few weeks. By autumn 13 the denim label will have 40 stockists.

The brand offers both forward and short order, which Todd said there was an “appetite” for in the industry.

“We are knocking on doors on a daily basis and finding indies withs ome budget left that they have allocated for in-season buying. People have kept their powder dry.”

Wholesale prices start at £35 for Japanese selvedge denim, with the brand offering retailers a three-times mark up.

For autumn 13 Blue Collar Worker has tripled the size of its collection. The expanded range includes T-shirts, wovens and chambray shirts alongside the denim.

Readers' comments (1)

  • well done Tim Brown,glad you have found your feet and another brit designer moves forward.

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