By Andrew Asch | Thursday, February 19, 2015
Since the late 1950s, Kennington Ltd. developed a reputation by mixing bright prints and paisleys with button-down and oxford-style silhouettes for men’s shirts.
The Los Angeles–area label reportedly had annual revenues of $100 million during its heyday in the 1970s.
In the 1980s, Kennington shifted gears and worked on private-label business. The label went on hiatus in 1992 but made a comeback in 2013 when it dusted off its archives and started selling its brightly colored button-down shirts to retailers such as Ron Robinson.
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