Revere Teams with Polo Association

Revere Mills and longtime apparel brand U.S. Polo Association have joined forces to create a collection of 12 solid and striped bath ensembles.The line was launched during market earlier this month.

For Jordache Enterprises-owned U.S. Polo Association, the partnership with Revere marks its entry into the home category. Six months ago, the brand embarked on its venture with the towel manufacturer; soon after, if also found a bedding supplier, Mytex, which also launched its U.S. Polo Association collection at market.

Isaac Mossery, president of the home division of the U.S. Polo Association, told HTT that with the brand well established in the men's, women's and children's apparel industry, "we are a lifestyle brand and to complete it, we must have home with it."

This partnership is also a milestone for Revere, which produces many private label programs for several retail partners but has not partnered directly with a brand in many years.

Revere's program consists of 10 solid-colored offerings — white, navy, American red, yellow, hunter, Caribbean blue, spice, moss, flax and coco — and two tonal striped patterns — navy stripe and coco stripe. The towels coordinate directly with bath rugs.

The goods are made by Revere at the company's mill in Pakistan. The towels weigh 18 pounds per dozen and are 100% Egyptian cotton loop. The bath towels measure 30-by-56. The rugs are also made by Revere and are 100% cotton.

The collection targets regional and better department and specialty stores.

Featured Video

  • Live From New York: Fashion Comes Across the Pond

    Camera Icon More Videos

Subscribe to
Home & Textiles Today eDaily
Receive the news you need to know about the trends in the industry delivered right to your inbox.


HTT Cover October 2017

See the October 2017 issue of Home & Textiles Today. In this issue, we look at the Top 25 Online Retailers.  H&TT's exclusive annual ranking of the biggest online sellers of home textiles finds that while pure play etailers continue to fly, bricks & clicks are digging into omnichannel. See details!