MCS (fashion brand)

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MCS
Industry Fashion
Founded 1970s
Headquarters Italy
Area served Worldwide
Products Apparel and Apparel Clothing
Revenue 0.17 billion billion (2008)
Parent Emerisque Brands
Website http://www.mcsapparel.com/gb/corporate/

MCS (formerly Marlboro Classics) is an international fashion lifestyle brand based in Italy. Born in the 1970s as Marlboro Country Store, the brand changed name to Marlboro Sportswear in 1984, then became Marlboro Classics in 1987 and MCS in 2013.[citation needed]

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MCS is distributed in over 50 countries, has 180 stores, and over 1,000 shop in shops. Key retail partners include Galleries Lafayette, Coin, Printemps and Inno.[citation needed] It is also the official license partner for MotoGP[1] and Ford Mustang fashion products.

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