New Bear on Campus: Pull&Bear Launches UCLA Fashion Pop-up

Pull&Bear brings its interpretation of UCLA fashion and lifestyle to the campus.

License Global

November 6, 2019

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Pull&Bear brings its interpretation of UCLA fashion and lifestyle to the campus with a new pop-up.

The international fashion retailer, headquartered in Spain, has launched an exclusive line of apparel in line with UCLA Trademarks & Licensing for its first on-campus pop-up. The UCLA x Pull&Bear collaboration features UCLA-branded denim jackets, hoodies, t-shirts and accessories such as backpacks, tote bags and beanies.

“We are excited to not only bring this unique collection of UCLA-branded apparel to market, but to collaborate with Pull&Bear, who is aligned with our goal to add more sustainable practices in what we do” says Cindy Holmes, director, UCLA Trademarks & Licensing. “This partnership gives [Associated Students UCLA] more opportunities to bring thoughtful and fashionable gear to the Bruin community in Los Angeles and to friends, fans and new followers around the world.”

The UCLA x Pull&Bear pop-up will run for three weeks before the collection launches globally on Nov. 15 at select Pull&Bear flagships worldwide.

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