Trade G-III Apparel Group

G-III Clothing Group is an American apparel company that designs, manufactures and markets women's and men's clothing in the United States and internationally through a range of highly recognizable licensed and registered royal brand names, including Guess?, DKNY, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Andrew Mark, Levi Strauss & Co., Dockers, Harley Davidson Clothing, Kenneth Cole and Wilson. Aaron Goldfarb (1924-2012), a Polish-born Holocaust survivor, founded the company as an outdoor clothing brand, G&N Sportswear, in 1956, and in 1972 joined his son Maurice Goldfarb, the company's current CEO. G-III Clothing Group is now called, being a leading manufacturer and distributor of clothing and accessories under both owned and licensed brands as well as private brands. company has more than 30 brands including outerwear, shoes, dresses, sportswear, swimwear, ready-made clothing, women's performance wear. G-III-owned brands include Donna Karan, DKNY, Vilebrequin, Eliza J., Mark Andrew, Mark New York, Bass, and Jessica Howard.