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UCLA Launches Women’s Collection in France

The university is kicking off its 101st year with a women’s collection in France.

License Global

August 19, 2020

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Following the conclusion of a yearlong festival celebrating its first hundred years, UCLA has kicked off its next century with a special collection in France.

The collection is a fresh take on classic campus silhouettes – crew sweatshirts and hoodies, tees and joggers. It is presented exclusively by Don’t Call Me Jennyfer throughout their store locations in France, Southern Europe, Middle East

and Northern Africa as well as online.

“We are thrilled to have this upbeat and fresh UCLA collection launch in France,” says Cynthia

Holmes, director, trademarks & licensing, UCLA. “With fantastic support from our European

licensing agent, Plus Licens AB, and licensing partner, Stone Kids, this new UCLA collection,

presented by Don’t Call Me Jennyfer, captures the energy and confidence of young women who are passionately and perpetually engaged with the world around them.”

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