Real Simple Magazine To Offer Clothing Line In Partnership With SF Startup

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – A San Francisco company specializing in responsibly produced clothing and accessories is teaming up with Real Simple to offer clothing targeted to the magazine’s readership.

TechCrunch reports that Cuyana will produce four collections in a revenue split deal that will last a year.

The startup’s founder says she thinks the deal will help expose her brand to an additional 8 million readers of the magazine as well as a new online audience.

Cuyana will continue to create its own collection.

The company says the collection will “arrive” on May 15th.

 

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