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Kenmark Eyewear renews partnerships with Vera Wang and Original Penguin

The eyewear company will continue to produce collections for the fashion designer and clothing brand

Vera Wang Livia frame

Kenmark Eyewear has renewed exclusive license agreements for the development, production and worldwide distribution of eyewear for Vera Wang and Original Penguin.

The Louisville, Kentucky-based eyewear company has partnered with the fashion designer, Vera Wang, since 2001 and extended the agreement to 2025.

CEO of Kenmark Eyewear, Mike Cundiff, said: “We are thrilled to be renewing our relationship with Vera Wang for an additional five years. This iconic brand has been and will continue to be a great partnership.”

Since partnering with Original Penguin in 2011, Kenmark Eyewear has launched collections of spectacles and sunglasses, as well as a children’s range. The agreement has been extended to 2024.

Director of product design at Kenmark Eyewear, Jason Wehlage, said: “The past eight years have brought us great success in producing a collection that resonates within the industry and to consumers at large, and we are eager for the future that lies ahead.”

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