Sales for the brand Calvin Klein have skyrocketed after they released the campaign in which they teamed up with Jungkook from the K-pop group BTS. The collection that the singer modelled quickly sold out in multiple countries.
The company’s stocks also reportedly saw a significant rise after announcing the partnership. The owning company behind Calvin Klein, PVH Corp witnessed a 20% rise in their stock prices. The prices went from $72.26 per stock to $88.36 per stock in around four days.
Additionally, their social media post that confirmed the partnership became the page’s most-liked tweet in around 17 minutes. The engagement level for the account was their best yet as well.
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